The Rawalpindi Waste Management Company (RWMC), in its ongoing campaign to create awareness among the people about cleanliness, set up a camp at Sasta Bazaar Committee Chowk on Monday.
According to RWMC spokesman, the communication teams distributed pamphlets among the citizens who came for shopping inscribed with messages and information about preventive measures against various diseases. The teams also delivered a message about hygiene measures and appealed to them to keep their homes and workplaces dry and clean to avoid breeding and growing dengue larvae. RWMC has appealed to the citizens to refrain from throwing garbage and plastic bags in nullahs and drains, which cause hindrance, adding that RWMC would utilize all its resources to keep the city environment-friendly. In case of any complaint, citizens were asked to register their complaints on helpline number 1139, which would be rectified immediately, he added.
He urged the people to cooperate with the RWMC staff in its cleanliness drive and throw the garbage and other material in the trash trolleys placed in every union council of the city.
Meanwhile, Commissioner Liaquat Ali Chatta on Monday visited Double Road and LiaquatBagh free flour distribution points and reviewed the arrangements made to facilitate the citizens.
The commissioner reviewed the arrangements and monitored the national identity card scanning and record entry process at different counters set at free flour distribution points. The Commissioner inquired from the citizens about the behaviour of the officials and the supply of flour. He expressed satisfaction on the arrangements made by the administration and issued instructions to the officials concerned to provide guidance to all the citizens who visit the points to get free flour.