Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal
NEW DELHI: Chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday seen Gol Market place within his New Delhi meeting constituency and led NDMC officials to repair the issues being confronted by the natives, such as a smelly compost plant.
Kejriwal led the New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) officials to fix the issue of stench emanating from the plant in 10 times or closed it down,” said a Delhi government announcement.
The ministry visited the plant in the industry 4 of the Gol Market region and the inhabitants complained that there was a menace of parasites and flies because of it.
“The chief minister has given a deadline 10 days to the NDMC officials to guarantee cleanliness in the region and said that in case the issue isn’t addressed by August 20, the plant will be closed down,” said the announcement.
Kejriwal also implanted a medicinal sapling at a park and fulfilled members of those resident welfare institution at the region.
He led officials to expedite work to fix issues of drinking water, electricity cuts, and non-pruning of trees as recorded by the natives, ” said the announcement.