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Palam Vihar littered with garbage as MCG's sanitation wing falters
A survey by Gurgaon's deputy mayor Parminder Kataria and councilors has found that sanitation wing of Municipal Corporation of Gurgaon (MCG) has failed drastically in fulfilling its responsibility of keeping the city clean and hygienic.

After getting a number of public complaints, Kataria along with councillor Mangat Ram Bagadi decided to inspect the current situation of sanitation in and around Palam Vihar area of the city. To their surprise, the two found garbage everywhere.

They also listened to the grievances of people on spot and immediately called up the medical officer and head of sanitation wing of MCG, Sumit Dhankhad and sanitation contractor of the area. "We called them both and asked them the reason behind this careless attitude," Bagadi said.

The contractor promised to clean the area within a few days on priority, and Dhankhad assured to form a team to look after the issue and to clean the area. "We will immediately make a team of officers who will take control over the contractors, make them clean the area and start surveying the whole city and look for those areas which need attention," Dhankhad said.

He also assured that no such chaotic situation would arise in the future. "It is important to clear this filth as soon as possible because it leads to many diseases" Bagadi told.

"Monsoon is also approaching and it become more important to make our surroundings clean and hygienic otherwise things will go worse," Kataria said.

"All money which is being used for the city's administration is coming from people's pocket and thus it becomes administration's responsibility to give them better and healthy way of life. People's satisfaction is most important and should be the top priority of administration and the government," Bagadi said.

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