Andhra pradesh Chieef Minister N Chandrababu Naidu on Thursday hailed off thirty Solid Waste Management machines which incorporate waste gathering trucks, street clearing, drain cleaning machines and tree pruning machines among others in Andhra pradesh capital Amaravati.
These machines will serve in Vijayawada and Guntur Municipal Corporations while additionally being accessible in Visakhapatnam and Tirupati. Tending to on the occassion, Chandrababu said that the Andhra Pradesh government is concentrating on streets and drainage cleaning for which they have launched the Swachh Andhra Corporation.
Expressing that aim to achive and to set up greenery and landscape corporation to guarantee clean condition, Andhra pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu additionally said that new machines are being used to clean street lights and pruning trees.
The Chief Minister declared that 22 lakh toilets will be finished in next a half year in the state separated from the LED lights, cement streets and drainages to be given. Remembering the need of toilets, the Chief Minister stated, “Young ladies and ladies should live with sense of pride.
For that, each house needs a can. We are dealing with making the state 100% ODF by March 2018. For that, we take promise today. We need to develop 22 lakh more toilets by March 2018.
In that task, we need to include even kids. Chieef Minister N Chandrababu Naidu said previously Tirupati, Narasaraopet, Visakhapatnam and Guntur got best municipality awards for achie-ving cent per cent resul-ts in cleanliness.
Tirumala temple bagged the cleanest temple award in the country .A third-party assessment committee declared seven municipalities in the state as ODF and the assessment of remaining municipalities will be completed within a couple of days, he said.