ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: Waste material of more than 60, 000 sacrificial animals has been disposed off in the Federal Capital as the Sanitation Directorate of Metropolitan Corporation of Islamabad (MCI) has successfully completed cleanliness operation on the eve of Eid-ul-Azha.
The Deputy Mayor of MCI Syed Zeeshan Ali Naqvi visited different sectors, model towns and urban areas as per directions of the Mayor of Islamabad and Chairman Capital Development Authority (CDA) Sheikh Ansar Aziz, and inspected arrangements made by the Sanitation Directorate in connection with special cleanliness operation.
The Director Sanitation Sardar Khan Zimri, officers of other relevant formations and local representatives were also present on the occasion.
Sardar Khan Zimri also visited different areas of the city on the first, second and the third day to make this operation more successful.
While appreciating the arrangements of cleanliness operation, MCI Deputy Mayor said that all staff and officers of relevant formations participated in the cleanliness operation with full devotion and for this reason the operation remained successful and efforts of officials and officers in this regard are commendable.
Syed Zeeshan Ali Naqvi said that cooperation of the resident of the city was among the key factor for making this operation a success.
During the visit, the Director Sanitation apprised the Deputy Mayor of MCI that according to action plan 60 deep ditches and trenches were dug up at 25 different locations the city where the remains and offals of sacrificial animals were disposed off scientifically.
The MCI Deputy Mayor was apprised that in order to make this operation a success, Islamabad was divided into six zones for collection of offals, entrails other waste remains of sacrificial animals to achieve the target.
Syed Zeeshan Ali Naqvi personally supervised the operation and expressed his satisfaction over the successful operation.
While appreciating the arrangements and successful cleanliness operation carried out by the Sanitation Directorate, the Deputy Mayor of MCI urged that the staff will continue the work with same zeal and enthusiasm to keep Islamabad more clean and green.
The Deputy Mayor of MCI said that CDA has taken effective measures to equip Sanitation Directorate with latest machinery to keeping the Federal Capital neat and in tidy condition.
The Deputy Mayor also lauded the cooperation of residents as well as media due to which the cleanliness operation remained successful.
Residents of the capital city have also lauded the efforts of MCI to keep the city clean and in tidy condition.