Lahore Waste Management Company (LWMC) has released its special cleanliness plan on the sacred occasion of Eid Milad-un-Nabi. The objective is to ensure waste free surroundings in the city especially on the 100 major routes of processions. The company has issued a duty roaster of some 1000 dedicated workers including officers who will perform duties in three equal shifts during 11 and 12 Rabbi-ul-Awal.
According to the plan, sanitary crew along with machinery will be deployed on procession’s routes on town levels. Besides manual sweeping, mechanical sweeping and washing of the major roads where processions are expected will be ensured earlier. On the major procession routes, timely emptying of waste containers will also be made sure. In this regard, instructions have been issued to Albayrak and OzPak, both Turkish companies. This cleanliness plan also includes the washing of city’s major mosques and sprinkling of water and liming of pavements in order to give a neat and clean look to the city.
LWMC will especially focus on Walled city, Shahdra, Thokar Niaz baig, Jallo More, Islam Pura, LDA Avenue, Railway Station, Nishtar Town and Chungi Amr Sadhu. Managing Director LWMC Bilal Mustafa Syed, Deputy General Manager Operations Asif Iqbal, Senior Manager Operations Mr. Sohail Malik, Murtaza Chaudhary and other officers will remain in field to supervise the operations and ensure the timely implementation of the plan.
Further Chairman LWMC Col. (Rtd) Mubashir Javed and MD LWMC Bilal Mustafa Syed has expressed best wishes for all the Lahorites on this holy occasion. They have requested the communities to observe cautions regarding cleanliness of the overall city while celebrating Eid Milad UN Nabi with traditional spirit and zest.
According to company’s spokesperson, though this cleanliness plan focuses on 11th-12th Rabi ul Awal, but in actual it has been chalked out for the whole month of Rabbi-ul-Awal keeping in view its religious significance so that citizens may observe their sacred occasion in a waste free environment and the waste generated through multiple activities across the city, can be collected and transported without any delay.
MediaBites Editorial: Mudabbir Ali & Imran Malik
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