Bhilai Nigam: 25 crores are being spent in cleaning the city, yet the outbreak of diarrhea and dengue, officials are looking for the reason – न्यूज़लीड India

Bhilai Nigam: 25 crores are being spent in cleaning the city, yet the outbreak of diarrhea and dengue, officials are looking for the reason


Cleaning of the city in the hands of the contracting agency

After the tender for cleaning of Bhilai Municipal Corporation, the cleaning system of the city is in the hands of private agencies. In the General Assembly, the budget for cleanliness was kept around Rs 25 crore. According to the 60-point contract signed with the corporation, the vehicles and e-rickshaws used for the cleaning work have been made available by the corporation. About 1450 employees are cleaning 56 wards of the corporation area. But even after this the corporation is lagging behind in the cleanliness ranking. Meanwhile, the negligence of the corporation is also coming to the fore in the toilets and SLRM centers, treaching ground of the corporation. Even before this, complaints were also made against the concerned agency in the matter of PF and salary payment of the employees.

Two died due to diarrhea, treatment of more than 100 people continues

Two died due to diarrhea, treatment of more than 100 people continues

In the year 2018, more than 50 people died due to dengue bite. In which most of the children were involved. Many families have not been able to forget this wound till now. Now with the death of two people due to diarrhea in Bhilai city, more than 100 people are admitted in different hospitals. Dengue victims were confirmed by doctors. This incident has created a stir in the city, CMHO Dr. JP Meshram told that in every other house people who drink water from the corporation’s tap are troubled by complaints of vomiting and diarrhea. The Health Department has organized health camps in Ward 31, 32. The treatment of the victims is going on in Lal Bahadur Shastri and private hospitals.

Collector gave instructions, clean the tanks

Collector gave instructions, clean the tanks

In this incident, earlier 13 people were reported to be suffering from diarrhoea, which was taken lightly by the health staff of the corporation, as a result of which common citizens are now suffering. In Ward-32 JP Nagar Camp-1, people suddenly started vomiting and diarrhea since Tuesday evening. After this, one after the other sick people started reaching Lal Bahadur Government Hospital in Supela for treatment. Durg Collector Pushpendra Kumar Meena along with the Corporation Commissioner and the Mayor immediately inspected the affected sites of the camp area. Met the victims in the hospital, after which instructions were given to improve the sanitation system and source of dirty water in the affected area of ​​the corporation. Along with this, instructions have been given to clean the water tanks here.

Diseases in Bhilai as a result of negligence of officials: BJP

Diseases in Bhilai as a result of negligence of officials: BJP

Now, in this matter, BJP councilor Piyush Mishra and Ram Janmotsav Committee chairman Manish Pandey have told the officials of the corporation responsible for this. BJP councilor Piyush Mishra filled dirty water and gave it to the officials during the demonstration at the corporation headquarters. Piyush Mishra alleged that diarrhea and dengue have spread in the city due to the mistake of the officials of the corporation. For this, crimes should be registered against them.

Risking public life, giving work to loved ones: Piyush

Risking public life, giving work to loved ones: Piyush

Councilor Piyush Mishra said that water tanks have not been cleaned in the city for a long time. In order to get the work of cleaning 77 MLD and 66 MLD plants and all water tanks to their people, the people sitting in the ruling party are putting the lives of the people of Bhilai at risk. The officers of Municipal Corporation Bhilai are also fully involved in this. He has demanded action against them by giving a memorandum to the Collector and Commissioner Municipal Corporation Bhilai.

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