Message of Strict Adherence to plans conveyed by City of Jaipur Mayor in Meeting

We have been telling through our different blogs how government is cautious for the rapid development to make the life of Jaipurites hassle-free. In this direction, one more decision has been taken in the Joint Meeting held in Nagar Nigam Head Office.

Low-floor buses are to be removed from the Parkota (the Old Jaipur area) and they are going to be replaced by the small buses. Complaints related to rash driving of low floor buses in the heavily populated areas of Jaipur including Johari Bajar, Chaura Rasta, Choti and Badi Choupar and the connected areas has been an area of concern for the officials. Also looking at the size of low floor buses, it becomes difficult for the drivers to drive the buses. So finally it has been decided to withdraw the services of low floor buses in Parkota and start the services of small buses.

In the meeting, the mayor of Jaipur Nirmal Nahata ordered the officials to strictly adhere to the plans.

Major decisions of the meeting

  • Heavy penalty shall be imposed on the people pasting banners or posters on e-rickshaws and the walls making them dirty;
  • Illegal constructions in Parkota shall be destroyed;
  • Proceedings shall be held on wholesale dealers of polythene;
  • People shall be stopped from sleeping on tourist places, dividers and footpaths;
  • Cable operators shall be strictly asked to remove the hanging wires;
  • Proceedings to be held on people throwing wastage in vacant houses;
  • Parking facility shall be ensured for new programme venues

Harmony in work and implementing the plans in the field were the core objectives of meeting and the Mayor strictly warned the officials to leave the conventional approach and adopt a better approach to fulfil the plans.

The meeting was attended by various esteemed officials responsible for smooth conduct of the operations of pink City. Collector, various officers of JDA and commissionerate were all present in the meeting.


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