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Wanaparthy: Officials told to continue 30-day action plan in villages, municipalities

Wanaparthy: Officials told to continue 30-day action plan in villages, municipalities
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District Collector Swetha Mohanty while taking part in a review meeting with regard to implementation of the 30-day action plan

Wanaparthy: District Collector Swetha Mohanty while taking part in a review meeting with regard to implementation of the 30-day action plan, directed the mandal-level officials and peoples' representatives to continue the implementation of the action plan and at the same time take steps to complete the pending and ongoing works taken up as part of the plan.

Addressing the officials in Wanaparthy on Wednesday, she said, "The 30-day action plan should not be confined as a onetime affair. This novel development programme must be continuously implemented in the municipal and rural areas. Every month, the peoples' representatives at the gram panchayat-level and municipal-level must review their past work, complete the pending works and at the same time take up action plan for the next 30 days. This would help the people to resolve their problems and at the same time it will initiate new development programmes and bring a complete face change."

Every month the authorities must ensure whatever works they have first initiated must be completed first. If any work or issue was not getting resolved at the village, they can approach the next higher level at mandal and district and address them at the earliest. The works by electricity department is taking a lot of time and it needs to be speeded up. The works like removal of unwanted bushes and cleaning of drainages must be taken up on a regular basis. In every village, the authorities must ensure they set up dumping yards and graveyards. The household garbage collected must be segregated into wet and dry waste and later dumped accordingly in the dumping yards, she suggested.

The collector advised the officials to supply dustbins to every household in the urban and rural areas. She also said that every household must have a sink pit and also an Individual Household Latrine. The Collector also said that every village must have nurseries and from green fund, these nurseries must also have boundaries erected to protect them from stray animals. Collector also directed the officials to take green replacement drive to replant the trees in place of those trees which have died. She directed the authorities to make sure every Thursday, the officials supply water to the saplings planted under Haritha Haram programme.

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