Alok Mittal, IPS Commissioner Gurgaon is often in talks for his public participation. He studied in Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, Uttrakhand. He belongs to Allahabad. In view of social work, he happily took part in Campaign for 'Eye Retrieval before post mortem', which was flagged off on the 8th women's Car Rally in Gurgaon. For Road Safety, Police Chief launched 'Traffic Tau' campaign and urged all the people to help police in making the traffic smooth. He also actively takes part in the various
Joint Police commissioner Traffic/ Headquarters, 1988 batch IPS officer Bharti Arora also participates in social activities organized by the people of Gurgaon. She was present in the District level street play competition for bring awareness about Road Safety among people. She also motivated residents of city to participate in large number in Raahgiri Event to make the city Eco friendly.
The problems of each society in Gurgaon is taken care of by the MCG Councilors. Nisha Singh Councilor of wards 30, participates in various social activities. She lives in sector 45 and have completed her MBA from London Business School. Apart from various other events, she participated in the Rivokids Forums- discussions and questions on Parenting & Child Development.
Mangat Ram Bagri (BJP), Councilor ward 10, is also designated as Chairman of Rural & Slum Development Committee. He initiated a signature campaign for reopening of Daultabad, Railway Crossing, representing electricity problems in Gurgaon. He also demonstrated so that their demand to change 50 years old water supply pipelines at Dak Khana Chowk could be meted out.
Such participation by civic bodies in social activities brings public credibility. People also feel secure.
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