The team would identify open spaces for tree plantation, setting up of CCTVs and take up development activities. The officers would also identify locals and motivate people to take part in the programme. The participants would be given t-shirts and caps. Each nodal officer would have to identify 15 members comprising people of eminence from their units. Out of these 50 per cent would have to be women members. Each unit is allotted Rs 50 lakh.
Conducting orientation programme for 400 nodal officers and other senior officials who are part of the programme participated, the chief minister said that the responsibility for cleaning up Hyderabad will be entrusted to all the leaders and officials. The campaign aims at making the city dirt-free and smart by removing debris, garbage and dust. 800 vehicles will be used for the initiative.
Asking all government officials and the general public to turn Hyderabad into a clean city, Rao drew the attention of the members on the deplorable conditions in the city. He cited the way vegetables are sold on pavements.
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