TMC Joins Civic Workers

 (KMC) to clean up Brigade Parade Ground after Saturday’s rally. At the end of the day, the ground was ready for the usual cricket matches.

KMC deployed over 1,500 civic workers to clean up the ground. Officials said the 
clean-up
 work was started as soon as the rally ended on Saturday afternoon. “Work went on throughout the night and continued on Sunday and most of the ground was cleaned up,” an official said.

Earlier, mayor Firhad Hakim held a meeting with solid waste management, parks and squares, sewerage and drainage and water supply departments to chalk out a conservancy plan to clean up the ground and areas across the city where the rally supporters had stopped.

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Civic workers said they started the clean-up 
operations
 at Brigade Parade Ground and on the streets in the adjacent areas even before the rally ended. The entire ground was sweeped. The discarded plastic bottles, food packets and containers, disposable plates, glasses and tea cups scattered all around the ground. About 50 garbage trucks, comprising movable compactors, automatic mini dumpers and mechanical sweepers were deployed.

Hundreds of Trinamool workers also joined in the clean-up operations as senior leaders requested the rally supporters to help. The bamboo poles that were put up on the ground were, however, yet to be removed and the bamboo fences were also yet to be dismantled. KMC officials said that all the temporary structures would be cleared by Monday.
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