DC reviews IMC working

ITANAGAR, Jun 13: Capital Complex Deputy Commissioner cum Administrator of Itanagar Municipal Council (IMC), Prince Dhawan held a meeting with all the officers and officials of the IMC, including the administrative officers, to review the working of the IMC as well to brief them about their roles and responsibilities.
He stressed upon them to adopt strict work culture. To ensure transparency and accountability, he informed that e-office would soon be introduced in the office.
He also had a detailed discussion regarding future course of action, wherein he directed the administrative officers to carry out regular drives to evict the stray animals. The community mobilisers were also directed to put up the proposal of street vending zone in coordination with the engineering wing of IMC in the notified vending zone by 6 July, 2018. He also informed that a new order would be issued soon regarding roles and responsibilities with regard to hoardings.
The DC also discussed regarding sanitation and directed them to provide the sanitation workers with basic necessities, like raincoats, gumboots, etc.
He also encouraged the labourers and workers to carry out the sanitation works with sincerity and dedication, and urged everyone to work in coordination with each other.
Various other issues pertaining to office like shortage of vehicles, office management, etc were also discussed.
Itanagar EAC cum IMC Hengo Basar also stressed that management of any system is coordinated effort and sought cooperation of everyone. He also stressed that all official correspondence should be done as per the rules and regulations.
MEE Er Tadar Tarang also briefed about the various initiatives of the IMC to improve the face of Itanagar from the third dirtiest city tag to a Smart City. He also briefed about the role of the Engineering wing of the IMC.
Earlier, Municipal Secretary Dacha Bagang briefed about the roles and responsibilities of every officer and official associated with the IMC. He also stressed upon the staffers to learn to exercise their power and to bring to the notice of the concerned authorities if any irregularities are observed in the official correspondence. (DIPRO)