G’bl Municipality launches anti-polythene drive
Ganderbal, Oct 3: Municipal Committee Ganderbal on Monday launched an anti-polythene drive and seized a large quantity of polythene from the shopkeepers and traders.
A team headed by Municipal Committee Ganderbal, Executive Officer, Muhammad Anees Chowdhary and members of the civil society visited various markets in the town including Beehama, Duderhama, Tawheed Chowk and adjoining areas and seized a large quantity of polythene bags from various shopkeepers and traders. Later, the seized polythene was destroyed.
The officials warned the traders, shopkeepers and the general public not to use polythene.
Talking to Greater Kashmir, Muhammad Anees Chowdhary said, that they had launched the drive to make Ganderbal polythene-free. “The drive will continue in future also. We appeal to all the residents of the district to cooperate with us”, he said.
Meanwhile, joint the soldiers of 24 Rashtriya Rifles, traders and Sarpanch of Kangan-A, cleaned the Siddique Public Park at Kangan town, which is also the Jinazah Gah.
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