Gurugram: Even after the end of the two-day strike of the sweepers, the sanitation system in the city has not improved. On Wednesday, garbage was seen scattered on the streets in various places in the city. In particular, the main roads of the old city are littered with garbage. Garbage is being thrown on the streets. The local people are suffering due to the garbage and its foul smell. On the other hand, corporation officials say that orders have been given to private cleaning agencies to fix the cleanliness system.
Trash piles at these places:
Garbage piled up on the main road in front of the Girls Senior Secondary School in Jacobpura. Garbage has been thrown on Madanpuri Road itself. Garbage is spread on the main road in Bhimnagar on the Old Railway Road. Local people are facing problems due to the dumping of garbage in front of Khandsa market.
Even with 200 crores of rupees, the city is not being cleaned:
The Municipal Corporation of Gurugram spends around Rs 200 crore every year on cleaning. Despite this, the city is not getting cleaner. Heaps of garbage have also been put on vacant plots. This problem is further aggravated due to the non-collection of garbage. Seven private agencies are also working on the cleanliness work in the municipal corporation. Apart from this, the employees of the corporation are also engaged in cleaning up the wig. If this situation continues, the city's cleanliness ranking could also be affected.