Mayor discusses measures to enhance utility of ITMS

Central Chronicle News
Raipur, Jun 01: Mayor Pramod Dubey reviewed ongoing works under Smart City Mission in Raipur city. He gathered information about the works that have been accomplished under various programmes besides inquiring about the new proposals at the meeting, attended by Raipur Municipal Corporation executive engineer (planning) Rajesh Sharma, assistant general manager Hemant Sharma and Raipur Smart City Limited officers.
During review of programmes, Mayor Dubey instructed officers to take effective steps to enhance utility of Integrated Traffic Management System ‘Daksha’. He said that several residential colonies in the city should be brought under purview of this system. Arrangements should be made under this system to link the cameras installed in residential colonies directly with the command centre, he said. According to him that linking of colonies with ‘Daksha’ system would be helpful in crime control. People would feel sense of security by being under constant surveillance of cameras, he said, maintaining that this would make citizens aware of utility of ‘Daksha’ system.
According to Mayor ‘Daksha’ system is proving its utility in controlling crime, accident, incidents of missing and natural calamity. People under adverse circumstances can contact nearest police help centres to know identity of criminals and seek help in case of accident.
Several projects including construction of Kankali Hospital and Mangalam Bhavan, renovation of Kanji House and funeral with the use of IWC technique at Devendra Nagar Shamshan Griha are on the verge of completion, it was informed at the meeting. Moreover several other projects such as renovation of Anand Samaj Library, Nagar Ghadi Chowk, Azad Chowk, Bicycle Track, Motibag, development of healthy heart track and first phase of renovation of Shahid Smarak Bhavan have been completed, it was informed. The Mayor instructed to remove illegal mutton shops from vegetable markets.
Raipur Smart City Limited has started working for preservation of 36 ponds under its innovative project to enhance underground water level. Apart from water purification, water harvesting technique is being used to improve the level of under-ground water level, it was informed. Smarty City chief finance officer Arvind Mishra, DGM Amit Sharma, manager (civil) Sanjay Sharma, manager (electrical) Pramod Bhaskar, company secretary Gunjan Dubey, assistant engineer Anshul Sharma, Nitish Jha, assistant manager Amit Sharma, Arjita Diwan and engineer Kriti Sharma were also present at the meeting.

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