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Garbage collection firm threatens to stop work over 100 crore dues

JAIPUR: The tussle between the garbage collection company and Jaipur Municipal Corporation (JMC) was once out in the open on Monday. The company gave an ultimatum that if their pending dues of more than Rs 100 crore don't seem to be cleared, they're going to forestall the garbage collection program in the Pink City, Tuesday onwards.

An emergency meeting was once known as up by the JMC officers and in spite of everything it was once decided inside per week Rs 24 crore due for 2019 12 months will be cleared and by May 15, 2019, all their dues deducting the penalty will be cleared. After the reassurance has been given to the company officers, company agreed to proceed the garbage collection program.

Vishnu Lahta, mayor of Jaipur city stated, "As per the contract, their dues will be cleared. The garbage collection will not be hampered in the city at all."

This has been lengthy a status call for of the company that JMC isn't clearing their dues and they have been dealing with losses. A few days back, financial institution forfeited around 15 automobiles of the company for no longer paying the loan instalments. They had even stated that the company has been picking up around 1500 tonne to 1800 tonne of rubbish which is higher than what was once agreed in the contract.

JMC denies the claims made by the company but concurs to the section that the cleanliness pressure in the state has been affected in the city. A few days back, mayor despatched a letter to the election commission asking permission for establishing a meeting to watch the sanitation and cleanliness condition in the city which has been critically affected.

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