BBMP starts online survey to improve Bengaluru’s swachh ranking
| Thursday | 16th January, 2020
To this end, the civic body has started an online survey seeking feedback from citizens.
Last December, the civic body declared the city open defecation-free, which made the city earn 100 points in the Swachh Survekshan survey.
In the meantime, the civic body is also working on setting up bio-methanisation units in all eight zones immediately.
“Instead of asking people to give a positive feedback, BBMP should work on ensuring that there is cleanliness.
“In some areas where BBMP has fared well, citizens should give a positive feedback.
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