The Public Works Department (PWD) today continued fogging drive for the second consecutive day to tackle the outbreak of vector-borne diseases in the national capital.
Close to 200 small machines and 25 big machines were stationed to carry out the work in different parts of Delhi, the state government said in a statement.
The drive has been planned in a manner that at least seven to eight fogging machines will be operational in every constituency at a given time and fogging will be done in every street and locality on alternate days, the statement said.
"The special fogging drive is to supplement the efforts of the civic agencies, since there is a great demand from the public to fumigate their respective residential areas," it stated.
The special drive was flagged off by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday.
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