RAWALPINDI,(Pakistan Point News - APP -25th Augst,2016) Rawalpindi Solid Waste Management Company (RSWMC) will remove around 7000 tons waste in Rawal and Potohar town areas during Eid-ul-Azha. "The company has finalized a comprehensive cleanliness plan for Eid-ul-Azha to get rid of entrails and offals of the slaughtered animals. All available resources will be utilized to accomplish the task," Managing Director Solid Waste Management Irfan Qureshi told APP here Thursday.
Around 2500 sanitary workers will be deployed during the drive, adding special honorarium would be given to them. He said 45 additional dumpers, 150 mini dumpers, 250 handcarts, 40 compactors would be part of the special drive to remove the remains from every nook and cranny of the city. According to the plan, he said, Rawal Town has been divided into four sectors to make the effective cleanliness arrangements for Eid-ul-Azha while a control room would also be set up.
Commercial Market, Satellite Town, Sadiqabad, New Katrian, Pindora and other areas will be included in Sector A. Mukkha Singh street, Millat Colony, Muslim Town, Afandi Colony, Mohala Cha Sultan, Araya Mohala, Amarpura and other areas will be included in Sector B. Main commercial areas of the city including Raja Bazaar, Shah Nazar Dewan, Jamia Masjid Road, Liaquat Road, Kartarpura, Akalghar, Banni,Kohati bazaar and adjacent areas will be included in Sector C.
Peerwadhai, Khayaban-e-Sir-Syed, Dhoke Matkal, Dhoke Hassu, Fauji Colony and surrounding areas will be in sector D. All the four sectors will work underthe control room. The residents have been asked to contact on Helpline number 1139 for any complaint, Qureshi said. The MD informed that the leaves of the staff have been cancelled and 2500 sanitary workers and officials of the department to ensure cleanliness during the Eid days. He said banners would be displayed at all main points of the city to create awareness among masses about the cleanliness campaign. Nine collection points would be set up for the convenience of the residents at Union Council level, he informed.