Delhi Nagar Nigam- Jagdish Mamgain
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The Delhi government has been sending its MLAs and other people’s representatives to the country and abroad for work efficiency. After getting majority in MCD (Delhi Nagar Nigam), once again the Delhi government has sent some of its public representatives to learn better techniques of waste management. However, experts have questioned the government’s move. He says that waste management is the work of the Municipal Corporation and till now it has been doing it properly, so the Delhi government should not waste public money only in the name of better technology.
Jagdish Mamgain, an urban affairs expert and chairman of the construction committee of the unified Municipal Corporation of Delhi, has objected to the visit of the Delhi Legislative Assembly Committee on MCD to Pune to study best practices in solid waste management and sanitation, making it a matter of concern for Delhiites. Misuse of money. The Delhi Vidhansabha Committee constituted on MCD can play a role till it runs under the Corporation Act and gives information and suggestions to the corporation councilors and officials towards improving the functioning, but cannot run the corporation in their place or interfere in the corporation’s work.
He said that now that the 250 councilors of the Municipal Corporation of Delhi have been elected by the people of Delhi, it is their responsibility to plan and study on solid waste management and sanitation, which are among the core functions of the corporation. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal had given the title of Mini Councilor to Delhi’s RWA during the election and RWA also has an effective role in waste management segregation method, in such a situation involving all the stakeholders including corporator, corporation officer and RWA in the study program Was Needed.
Mamgai said that the visit of the committee of MLAs can only be considered as traveling and having fun at the government expense, it is a clear misuse of government money for personal enjoyment. The AAP government of Delhi has repeatedly accused the central government of violating the rights of the elected government of Delhi, so now they are also violating the rights of the elected councilors of the corporation and that too when their party’s councilors are in majority . He asked whether Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal will now run the Municipal Corporation of Delhi as a proxy system?