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DDA launches app to get citizen inputs on parks

DDA launches app to get  citizen inputs on parks
In order to get feedback on the maintenance of its parks, the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) on Monday launched a new web-enabled application which can be accessed from the DDA website through the homepage link ‘Feedback for Maintenance of DDA parks’. Through the application, citizens can register their feedback regarding <g data-gr-id="17">maintenance</g> of the green covers under the authority all over Delhi.

Launching the application, Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung said that the DDA has done <g data-gr-id="23">good</g> job in increasing the green cover <g data-gr-id="24">specially</g> the bio-diversity parks which are of international standards. He also added that the application will facilitate not only providing a healthy feedback but will also provide a window through which citizens will be participants and partners in the maintenance of parks and various other green zones developed by the DDA.

Emphasising the importance of IT, he said: “It is our lifeline now and though it has not been adopted on a large scale by the government, it needs to be implemented to make governance citizen-centric. This application should be reviewed/audited after every three-four months to find out the ground reality and scope for improvement etc.”

Speaking on the occasion, DDA Vice-Chairman Arun Goel said: “This is a new initiative which will start a new era of feedback/public interface in the DDA through various applications. It will provide a platform through which there will be <g data-gr-id="19">direct</g> interface between users and those executing various works. This initiative needs to be further improved and expanded to give better service to our citizens.” 
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