The new civic chief of Nashik, who took charge today, said that among his priorities was to provide online services to the people and to keep the city clean.
Indian Administrative Service official Tukaram Mundhe, who today took charge as Nashik Municipal Corporation commissioner from outgoing civic head Abhishek Krishna, added that tackling the issue of pollution of Godavari river would also be high on the agenda.
He told reporters that the NMC would set up its own public transport service and also work towards mitigating parking woes plaguing the city.
Mundhe said that he would try to provide online services to the public. and also urged civic employees, especially those associated with cleanliness, to put in their best efforts.
He assured that the garbage disposal mechanism of the city would be modified and urged people to dispose it after segregating garbage into wet, dry and e-waste.
The commissioner would be surveying hotels and shops in the city later today, officials informed.
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