3711 trash points removed under village cleanliness programme.
LAYYAH -- Deputy Commissioner Wajid Ali Shah said neat and clean village programme was a step leading towards healthy society as clean environment helped keeping people safe and secure from diseases.
He expressed these views in a seminar on Clean Villages here at district council hall. Describing the first phase of cleanliness programme, the deputy commissioner observed that 3711 trash points were removed in 48 union councils. About 2002 workers took part in the campaign and removed such a huge amount of trash with help of 859 tractor trollies.
He informed that the government had issued funds Rs 50,000 for each union council for the second phase of the cleanliness programme and hoped that it would surely help improve cleanliness and offering neat environment.
On this occasion, assistant commissioner Layyah Abid Kalyar, assistant commissioner Chobara Safat Ullah and other officials were also present.