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App to ease access to civic services launched


Mysuru: In a bid to render the method of availing public services prolonged by way of the Mysuru City Corporation (MCC) for the benefit of citizens significantly easier, district in-charge minister GT Devegowda on Monday introduced the ‘My Clean City’ app introduced by way of the civic body.
The minister also disbursed three-wheel cars to specially-abled people. The cars were procured by way of the civic body underneath the corpus of funds allocated for the physically handicapped.

“The differently-abled must be handled with respect,” mentioned Devegowda. Appreciating the efforts made by way of corporators and officials to handle cleanliness in the city, he added, “Each corporator has stepped up to make sure his or her ward is kept clean. Basic amenities similar to consuming water, underground drains, parks and electrical energy were advanced. These initiatives will assist Mysuru reclaim the highest spot in Swachh Survekshan.”


Meanwhile, Mysuru mayor Pushpalatha Jagannath asked the minister to get a sum of Rs 300 crore sanctioned for MCC. “Most of the corporators were elected to the MCC Council for the primary time and are desperate to put into effect their new concepts. But the civic body does no longer have the funds that may see these concepts materialise,” she mentioned.


Devegowda also unveiled the Shaktiman Multipurpose Hydraulic Machine that has been procured by way of the MCC to prune trees alongside the sides of the road.


Chamaraja MLA L Nagendra, deputy mayor Shafi Ahmed and MCC commissioner KH Jagadeesh were present on the ceremony held to mark the release of the civic body’s app.




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