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Officials to face action if polythene ban not followed

gurgaon Updated: Jan 06, 2013 00:06 IST
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After tightening the noose around mall owners last month, Municipal Corporation of Gurgaon (MCG) commissioner Vijay Singh Dahiya on Saturday warned the district officials of stern action if polythene bags were found being used in malls falling under their respective jurisdictions.

The MCG commissioner has assigned malls and other mega shopping complexes to each official defining their respective jurisdictions.

Dahiya said the officials could issue a challan immediately if they found polythene bags being used and not wait for permission from the senior authorities.

The MCG commissioner said the step had been initiated to stop the use of polythene bags with immediate effect.

MCG joint commissioner Anju Chaudhary will look after MGF Metropolitan and MGF Mega malls as well as Gurgaon Central mall. The three malls are located along MG Road.

Satyendra Dohan, sub-divisional magistrate (SDM), will look after MGF Mega City, MGF Metropolis and DLF City Centre malls. Narender S Yadav, estate officer (EO-1), Haryana Urban Development Authority (Huda), will look after Nine X City

Mart, Omaxe Gurgaon mall, Universal Trade Tower, Vatika Business Park and Omaxe City Centre.

The other officials include Manoj Khatri, EO-2, Huda; YK Garg, superintending engineer (SE-1), MCG; SK Sharma, SE-2, MCG; Balraj Ahlawat, regional officer (RO-1), Pollution Control Board; Umashankar, (RO-2), Pollution Control Board, Pradeep Kumar, executive engineer, public health; and Anil Dabas, district town planner (enforcement).

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