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Two municipal supervisors suspended

Administrator, Municipal Corporation Peshawar (MCP), Rasheed Ahmad Khan Friday suspended the municipal supervisors of union councils Andher Shehr and Gulberg over poor cleanliness situation in their areas. He suspended these municipal officials during his visits to the areas to check cleanliness situation in the city.

The administrator yesterday also presided over a joint meeting of municipal officials and traders for bringing improvement in the cleanliness situation and directed joint efforts along with traders in this regard. The administrator along with the leaders of trading community conducted a detail visit to different localities of Qissa Khwani. He during four-hour long visit inspected cleanliness situation in Mohallah Jangi, Qissa Khwani, Mohammad Ali Jauhar Road, Chowk Nasir Khan, City Circular Road, Cinema Road, Kabuli Bazaar, Andher Shehr, G.T. Road, Ashraf Road, Chowk Yadgar, Faqirabad and other areas of the city.

On the complaint of the trading community leader, Zafar Khattak he suspended Supervisor of Andher Shehr and directed inquiry against him. He also collected information from the standing by people and traders about cleanliness situation. Later, on special directives of the Chief Minister the administrator MCP along with MPA Arif Yusuf visited Nauthia, Gulberg and Fawara Chowk and suspended Supervisor Gulberg over the poor cleanliness situation and also directed inquiry against him The administrator also visited Karimpura and reviewed arrangements regarding Eid Milad.

Copyright Business Recorder, 2014


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