Ganesh Chaturthi 2019: Register complaints against unauthorised pandals and noise pollution
BMC has made a provision for complaints against the unauthorised pandals erected on the roads and footpaths during the festive season
As the city is gearing up for the Ganpati festival, the BMC has made special provision to keep a tap on pandals erected on the roads and noise pollution. The civic body has appointed a special officer in each ward officer to deal with the complaints. Citizens can register their complaints through toll-free numbers, MTNL landlines, emails or through WhatsApp.
BMC has made a provision for complaints against the unauthorised pandals erected on the roads and footpaths during the festive season and even for the grievance against unauthorised posters, banners and noise pollution prevention. BMC has already published an information and a list of designated officers appointed in all police station on http://portal.mcgm.gov.in (Home - Quick links- more).
Citizens can make a complaint on toll-free numbers -155304, 1800223467. The service is available on MTNL also. Anyone can register complaints against the pandal which occupies roads or footpaths or making noise beyond the permissible limits on 1292 or 1293 through MTNL. People can send a message on 9920760525 WhatsApp number. Even BMC has provided firstname.lastname@example.org account to send complaints regarding pandal, unauthorised posters, banners and noise pollution.
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