The Opposition and, the Ruling Party Corporators, too, missed several opportunities to push the NMC Administration to the wall. Now, they would certainly receive an opportunity to “clear the slamming backlog” in the General Body Meeting to be held on July 18. The NMC Administration will have to pacify and also meet the demands Corporators over a whopping 129 burning questions related to various departments.
Nagpur News: The “backlog of blasting the NMC by Corporators” over various crucial issues is likely to explode in the General Body Meeting of Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) to be held on July 18. The previous five General Body meetings witnessed discussions over very very important people-sensitive issues like water supply, OCW’s third degree treatment to consumers, scams and scandals and the likes of other. The agendas in the earlier five meetings overshadowed several other important issues like Star Bus, slums, TDR scam, and health.
The Opposition and, the Ruling Party Corporators, too, missed several opportunities to corner the NMC Administration. Now, they would certainly receive an opportunity to “clear the slamming backlog” in the General Body Meeting to be held on July 18. The NMC Administration will have to pacify and also meet the demands Corporators over a whopping 129 burning questions related to various departments. The Corporators are sulking as no concrete decisions were taken by the NMC Administration to resolve their problems actually bombarded by their respective Ward citizens.
The significant agendas of the adjourned meetings held on February 15, March 16, May 18, June 3, and another meeting held sometime in January, would be discussed in the meeting of July 18 during Question Hour. The Question Hours in the past meetings were deserted on one reason or the other and seriousness was shown by the NMC Administration. This aspect left several Corporators fuming as no proper response to their small but important questions was given by the NMC Administration. Generally, big issues get the importance and are discussed in the General Body Meeting.
The number of crucial questions steadily increased to massive proportions following frequent adjournments of Question Hours. Dozens of Corporators had raised many questions in the past five meetings including 13 questions by Congress Corporator Praful Gudadhe Patil, 8 questions by Pravin Datke, 7 by Parinay Fukey, 5 by Opposition Leader Vikas Thakre, 5 by Congress Corporator Abha Pande, 3 by BSP Corporator Kishore Gajbhiye, and other many questions of other Corporators. Now, these Corporators are expecting proper response from the NMC Administration in the July 18 meeting.
COMMITTEE ON WEAKER SECTIONS: There is a provision to set up a Committee of Weaker Sections of people to monitor expenses on backward class welfare schemes. The Chairman or Chairperson of this committee is selected from backward class Corporators. There is a possibility of Independent Corporator Savita Sangole occupying the chair.