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Haryana: Fix officials tenure for effective execution of waste management

Source: Hindustan Times, Date: May , 2015

Almitra H Patel, member, Supreme Court Committee on Solid Waste Management, India, on Friday said that officials working at local bodies should have a minimum tenure of two years for effective execution of garbage management plans. She was here to oversee the work under 'swachhta abhiyan', started by the Karnal municipal corporation in three pockets of ward no 2 of the city. She said that removal of commissioners and other senior officials from the civic department was one of the major hindrances for making the waste management plans a success. The 79-year-old environmentalist added that she had written to the Haryana government on May 3, asking them to explain the state's tenure policies for the officials of the local bodies.

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