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SMC launches sanitation drive, removes unwanted grass, poppy

SRINAGAR, FEBURERY 10: Srinagar Municipality Corporation’s Sanitation Squad today launched extensive sanitation drive across Srinagar Bypass Stretch, besides removing unwanted grass and poppy at Paandrethan.

Under the supervision of Chief Sanitation Officers a squad of 60 sanitary workers removed unwanted grass and poppy at various spots of Jhelum Bund in Paandrethan, besides cleaning various spots Srinagar Bypass.
Commissioner, SMC, Gazanfar Ali visited various areas to take stock of the drive.

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