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    187 ‘Prajavani’ applications received by GHMC

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    The Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) received 187 grievance applications at the Prajavani programme on Monday. Many complaints were related to the Town Planning department. GHMC Commissioner Ronald Rose and Mayor Gadwal Vijayalakshmi were present at the event. Rose instructed officials to inform applicants about the time required to resolve their grievances in writing, and warned of strict action if complaints were re-submitted due to missed deadlines. He emphasized the importance of prioritizing ‘Prajavani’ and solving people’s problems proactively.

    During the programme held at various offices, 67 applications were submitted in person. The Charminar zone received six applications, Secunderabad zone received 17, Kukatpally zone received 58, Khairtabad zone received four, L B Nagar zone received 17, and Serilingampally zone received 18.

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    Before the ‘Prajavani’ event, Commissioner Rose had received requests through a phone-in programme and advised officials to address the problems reported by residents. He instructed officials to notify all complainants in writing about the duration for grievance resolution. Mayor Vijayalakshmi directed officials to provide a report on resolved complaints to the commissioner by Saturday.

    Several officials including ENC Ziauddin, CE Devanand, Chief City Planner Rajendraprasad Naik, Additional Commissioners Nalini Padmavathy, Chandrakanta Reddy, Geetamadhuri, Chief Medical Health Officer Dr Padmaja, Chief Veterinary Dr Abdul Vakil, Chief Entomology Dr Rambabu, Chief Valuation Officer Kulkarni, and others attended the event.

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