Min inaugurates dispensary, park, 3 Chhath ghats, public toilet, 2 roads renamed
Union Power Minister R K Singh and SDMC Mayor Anamika today inaugurated a dispensary, a park, 3 Chhath Ghats, a public toilet and renamed two roads in Central Zone’s Hari Nagar Ward.
Appreciating the efforts of the SDMC, Singh said ensuring development in unauthorised colonies is a challenging task but the civic body is ensuring development of these colonies through its honest efforts.
With the inauguration of dispensary, public toilet, park and Chhat Ghats people will avail the service in their close proximity.
He said land will be provided for park and cremation centre in this area. On the occasion, Leader of Opposition in Delhi Assembly Rambir Singh Bidhuri, Commissioner Gyanesh Bharti, Additional Commissioner Randhir Sahay, Additional Commissioner AA Tajir, Deputy Commissioner Awanish Kumar and senior officials from SDMC were also present.
Anamika said despite the financial crisis, SDMC is trying to maintain civic services. She said that carrying development works without adequate fund is difficult but the SDMC, through the efficient financial management, has been delivering the projects.
She said apart from inaugurating dispensary, public toilet, park and Chhath Ghats, renaming of Tanki Road was done on the name of Maharana Pratap and road between Meethapur Chowk and Jaitpur Village on the name of Guru Govind Singh.
Commissioner Gyanesh Bharti said SDMC has completed various developmental works with the help of Power Ministry.
The Civic Agency has replaced nearly 4 lakh LED bulbs/lights and has installed rooftop solar plants on 209 buildings and generating 9.3 MW energy with the help of the Power Ministry.
He said installation of rooftop solar plants on 177 buildings is in full swing. Besides this, a Waste to Energy Plant is also being set up in Okhla with the Ministry’s help.