STAFF REPORTER Assistant Commissioner City, Ambreen Chaudhary visited a dengue and polio awareness camp here in Fauji Colony – UC 28 to monitor the ongoing clean and green drive initiated by the Punjab government. During the visit, AC talked to the people regarding cleanliness condition and services besides he was given a detail briefing on RWMC Compost, Landfill and Dump site process. She appreciated the cleanliness operation conducted by communication teams of Rawalpindi Waste Management Company (RWMC) and Albarak and said that without prompt and effective cooperation of public, alone department cannot achieve its objective. On the occasion, she also administrated polio drop to the children under under five years age in the camp of health department and said there is a dire need to raise awareness in public against polio virus, adding that public must show cooperation to make this country polio-free, she said. AC city also distributed saplings under the tree plantation campaign initiated by Parks and Horticulture Authority (PHA) and said the purpose of the campaign was to motivate people to plant more and more saplings as trees play an important role in maintaining environmental health and overcoming pollution.