Delhi Turns Into `Garbage Capital` Under AAP Rule; MCD Workers Continue Strike:- Today I am Sharing With You Latest News From The Cpital Of India It’s Delhi Today Is Also Know As Garbge Capital Under The Aam Aadmi Party Rules And Regulation Municipal Corpporation Department. The residents of Delhi are not just facing huge traffic jams due to heaps of garbage lying on the roads, but are also facing a harrowing time due to stink in the air. Why Mcd Workers continue strike in delhi? Around 12,000 safai karamcharis of Delhi have been on strike since Friday due to non-payment of salaries for three months by the municipal corporations in Delhi.AAP government, MCD employees faceoff intensifies, garbage dumped on Delhi streets. The BJP controlled MCD, meanwhile, blamed the AAP government of turning a blind eye to the problem and promised to pay wokers soon.
Delhi Turns Into Garbage Capital
AAP MLAs even picked up the broom to clean the streets of the city themselves. The BJP controlled MCD, meanwhile, blamed the AAP government of turning a blind eye to the problem and promised to pay wokers soon. A huge environmental hazard looms over the Capital as the city’s three landfill sites – Okhla, Bhalswa and Ghazipur – continue to accumulate garbage beyond their shelf life.The ‘safai karamcharis’ will rejoin work tomorrow and have a major task ahead – to clean up the roads of East Delhi on which they have been dumping garbage for the past few days over non-payment of salaries for months.
The capital’s new government, of the Aam Aadmi Party led by Arvind Kejriwal, had refused to come to the aid and asked the BJP-ruled municipal corporations to instead approach the central government.Today, Kejriwal wrote a letter to Delhi Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung and reiterated his demand to hand over the reins of the municipal corporations to his government.
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