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    The Aam Aadmi Party has announced a year-long cleanliness campaign in Delhi. It is not just for the G-20 summit. Durgesh Pathak, the MCD in-charge, has prepared a nine-point agenda to ensure the campaign continues systematically. The agenda includes cleaning empty plots, drains, parks, and market areas twice a day. The MCD will ensure proper work and take action against violators. The goal is to get rid of garbage piles in Delhi quickly.

    Durgesh Pathak, a senior leader of the Aam Aadmi Party, held a press conference to commend the councilors, MCD employees, and government representatives for their hard work in making the G-20 event a success. He clarified that the cleanliness campaign in Delhi will continue for 365 days, not just for the G-20.

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    Pathak emphasized that cleaning Delhi is a big challenge. In cleanliness surveys conducted in 48 metropolises across the country, Delhi ranked 47th until last year. Despite being in the top 10 cities during the BJP’s 15-year rule, Delhi consistently ranked lower. The cleanliness campaign in Delhi will continue for 365 days with nine points to improve cleanliness and reduce pollution.

    Pathak discussed the nine points of the cleanliness campaign. The first point is to remove garbage from vacant plots in unauthorized colonies. The campaign aims to eliminate garbage heaps in Delhi quickly. Proper disposal of garbage is also addressed to ensure it is thrown in the right places. If people don’t follow government instructions, the MCD will take action. The goal is to eliminate garbage in Delhi quickly.

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    The campaign also focuses on cleaning drains and repairing manholes. Parks in Delhi will be cleaned daily, and market areas will be cleaned twice a day. The MCD 311 app has been successful in identifying waste dumps. Feedback will be regularly taken from employees, and resources will be provided to sanitation workers. The MCD will monitor the cleanliness of markets regularly.

    Overall, the Aam Aadmi Party’s cleanliness campaign in Delhi aims to improve the city’s cleanliness and reduce pollution.

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