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NDMC to construct 40 public toilets on PPP mode

NDMC to construct 40  public toilets on PPP mode
R<g data-gr-id="32">esponding to Pri</g>me Minister Narendra Modi's call for ‘toilet first, temple later’, the NDMC has decided to construct 40 public toilets in areas under its jurisdiction.

“The NDMC is planning to construct 40 public toilet utilities (PTU) at the roadside, market areas and other busy places. There are already 190 such utilities available in NDMC areas. Toilets in public places are of utmost importance to maintain cleanliness,” chairman of the civic body Naresh Kumar said. To save on construction and maintenance costs as well as earn revenue, the civic body has taken up the projects on the public-private partnership mode.

“Tenders have already been floated for the PPP projects. Our Prime Minister has also encouraged roping in of private partners for the task. The work for 10 PTUs has been entrusted to National Buildings Construction Corporation Ltd (NBCC). The project will also include construction of masonry dustbins and garbage stations in the toilets,” Kumar said.

“Also, there is a plan to construct Roll Call Shelters with washing and toilet facilities for ‘safai <g data-gr-id="26">karamcharis</g>’, and to procure good quality fluorescent mesh polyester jackets for them as well as other field inspectorate staff of NDMC,” he said. As part of the ‘Swachh Bharat Mission’, the NDMC has deployed mechanical compactors and auto-tipper trucks for collection and transportation of garbage. 

The NDMC has deployed auto-tipper trucks to collect garbage from its residential and market areas. Mechanical sweepers are being used for cleaning roads.

NDMC to auction restaurant in Lodhi Garden 
The New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) has decided to lease out a Lodhi Garden restaurant afresh through e-auctioning to boost revenue. 

“The restaurant is NDMC's property and was leased out at lower rates, causing revenue loss to the civic body. We have decided to conduct a fresh auction instead of renewing the licence. Given the location of the plot, we plan to set higher rates,” a senior NDMC official said. 
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