New Delhi: Keeping in view the vision of “Swachh Bharat Mission” as well as the objective of beautifying the surroundings of New Delhi, special arrangements have been made by the New Delhi Municipal Corporation (NDMC) to welcome the New Year 2023. It is located in the heart of Delhi to celebrate the new year and the council welcomed them in style.
Satish Upadhyay, Vice Chairman, NDMC, CitySpidey said, “Keeping in mind the G20 summit, arrangements are being made by the Health and Horticulture Department of NDMC to beautify New Delhi. We are all geared up to maintain the unity, unity and culture of the country in the New Year.”
He said that more than 50 NDMC employees have been deployed in the health department, especially at Connaught Place, and the number of garbage collection vehicles has also increased. Apart from this, in other places like Khan Market, Janpat Market etc., extra measures have been taken for cleanliness on the occasion of New Year celebrations.
Upadhyay announced 12 big floral plaques like Palika Kendra, Mandi House Roundabout, Tilak Marg Entry Point, Hyderabad House, PM House Roundabout, Rashtrapati Bhavan Roundabout, Rashtrapati Bhavan Roundabout, 11 Murti, Teen Murti Roundabout, York with New Year message and G20. Roundabout, Shanti Path-Panchsheel Marg junction, Tilak Marg entrance, Kautilya Marg-Shanti Road roundabout have been installed by Horticulture Department.
Connaught Place Inner Circle, Minto Road Entrance, Ram Manohar Lohia Roundabout, Shershah Suri Marg, Tughlaq Roundabout, Mathew Circus, Sardar Patel Marg, Dalhousie Road, Rajiv Gandhi Bhawan, Near Leela Hotel, Key Point-Taj Mansingh Hotel, Aurobindo Marg-Puri Road crossings etc. were decorated with 12 small flower boards at prominent places.
Windsor Place, Rashtrapati Bhavan, PM House, Kautilya Marg, Samrat Hotel and Tin Murthy Roundabout were decorated with 24 flower fountain designs. These decorated boards carry messages like G20, Vasudhaiv Kutumbakam, Nation-First, One-Earth, One-Family, One-Future etc.
Adankotun Chelayah, Director Horticulture North, Rahes Ali, Director Horticulture South and Dr. Ramesh Upadhyay, Health Officer of the Special Mission, said, “In the New Year, we should work on the motto ‘Nai Shapat, Nai’.” Sok, Nai Umang” It is a matter of great pride for us that the country is progressing fast and self-sufficient. We all citizens must prove ourselves. It is necessary to live for the country, for the culture of the country. We must all work together for the unity and unity of the country. Let’s protect our climate, work to develop our culture and the challenges the country will face in the coming days.
Upadhyay requested the visitors to cooperate with NDMC in keeping New Delhi clean and green. He urged the Government of India to follow the Covid guidelines issued from time to time to prevent the spread of new variant of Covid BF.7.