Itanagar: IMC imposed penalties for littering in public places
IMC Commissioner informed that such inspection will be held regularly in view of the G20 meeting scheduled to be held this month (March).
ITANAGAR– Following the High Court Order, Itanagar Municipal Corporation ( IMC ) today inspected various business establishments, and private properties along the National Highway and imposed penalties for littering in public places.
Speaking to the media, Commissioner –IMC Likha Tejji informed that, Corporation has already issued notices and intimations regarding the High Court Orders and Penalties against defaulters through various platforms of mass media. So, today as per the Court orders we have inspected various establishments along the National Highway, and if found any kind of violation we are imposing penalties as per the IMC law, added Commissioner.
Tejji also informed that such inspection will not be held for a single day, but it will continue in the coming days too so that our state capital gets a hygienic environment. Moreover, it is not only the duty of IMC, but every denizen has to take responsibility to keep the city clean and green, stated IMC Commissioner while adding that similar inspections will also be held in sectors and colonies of IMC Jurisdictions.
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He further informed that such inspection will be held regularly in view of the G20 meeting scheduled to be held this month (March). Tejji also stated that, during today’s inspection, IMC has imposed penalties for illegal banners, littering in public places, and illegal construction materials along National Highways.
Among others, the Assistant Commissioner-IMC, Magistrate, Law Officer-IMC, Revenue Officer-IMC, police personnel, and workers of IMC joined the inspection cum clearance drive.