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Friday, July 6, 2007

Pune Municipal Corporation goes online


Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) has promised under its citizen-friendly initiative in association with the Citizens’ Empowerment Forum (CEF).Complaints related to roads, water-logging, uneven manholes or choked drains can be reported on the website.
Municipal commissioner Pravinsinh Pardeshi said complaints registered on the website will be transferred to the concerned junior engineers and contractors via SMS.

Action will be taken within 72 hours of registering the complaint and if it is not attended to, the lapse will be informed to the head of the concerned department. The CEF will constantly monitor the website and keep track of whether the PMC is resolving problems.....PMC goes online-Pune-Cities-The Times of India

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