Subashri's death: 4,000 banners removed after techie's death
| Sunday | 15th September, 2019
By Express News ServiceCHENNAI: Following the public uproar over illegal banners installed across the city, after the death of 23-year-old techie Subashri, the city Corporation has removed 4,000 of them since Friday afternoon.
“There has been a joint meeting with officials of all zones in the city and we have instructed them to monitor illegal banners round-the-clock,’’ said a corporation official.
Meanwhile, the citizens can now make a complaint instantly through phone if they come across illegal banners in public places, thanks to the city corporation’s special toll-free phone numbers.
Additionally, with the help of city police, three patrol vehicles have been deployed to monitor illegal hoardings.
Illegal printing presses will also be shut.
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