Drainage Cleaning: Lack of Monitoring in Drainage Cleaning Work | Jaipur News

Jaipur: City councilors have alleged that cleaning of drains was hampered due to lack of supervision by municipal officials. Last week, Ward 104 councilor Arun Sharma joined the cleaning process after receiving regular complaints from residents. “It is a common problem that contractors who clean stormwater drains before monsoon do not work efficiently. They keep the sucked waste out of the drain, which flows back into the drain,” said Sharma. On Tuesday, JMC Greater Commissioner Rukmani Riar directed officials to conduct regular field inspections for three hours in the morning to carry out cleanliness work. tnn

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