Beautification to continue even after G20 summit, agency to maintain fountains, statues: Delhi govt

“From tomorrow, PWD officials will be on the ground to see that the beautification work begins in areas other than the areas beautified for the G20 summit,” he said.

Asked about measures being taken to protect the fountains, statues and other creations installed for the G20 summit, Atishi said, “We have appointed a maintenance agency to protect the statues and fountains installed for the summit.”

Urban Development Minister Saurabh Bhardwaj said that Public Works Department (PWD), Urban Development (UD) and Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) will work together to keep the national capital beautiful in the future as well.

Saurabh Bhardwaj said, “We would like to congratulate the two crore people of Delhi for their cooperation in making the G20 Summit a success. Only with their tax money can we make Delhi beautiful.

The urban development minister said that the people of Delhi had locked themselves in their homes for three days. He also had to face traffic jams for several days. Will continue to work together with PWD, MCD and many other departments to make Delhi beautiful in future also.

According to PWD Minister Atishi, the people of Delhi say that the beautification of the city should continue and he also held a meeting regarding this on Monday.

Atishi said, “We promise the people of Delhi that this process of beautification will continue. During the G20 Summit, mechanical road sweeping and road washing work was going on smoothly. This will still be continued by MCD.

“If required, the Delhi government will help them purchase additional machines to keep the national capital clean,” the PWD minister said. We will not wait a day. I called a review meeting today (Monday) morning. From tomorrow I will be present to review the places where the beautification work will be done.

Atishi said that there are 1,400 kilometers of roads under the Public Works Department and they will carry out beautification work on them including ornamental gardening.

Asked about non-disclosure of data on dengue cases in Delhi in recent weeks, Bhardwaj said, “We have asked the MCD to share the data on dengue cases in the national capital. We have asked the health department and the chief secretary to launch a dengue awareness campaign.

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