Thursday, July 7, 2022
HomeAppointmentAshwini Kumar, Gyanesh Bharti take charge as Special Officer, Commissioner of unified...

Ashwini Kumar, Gyanesh Bharti take charge as Special Officer, Commissioner of unified MCD

New Delhi [India], May 22 (ANI): Ashwini Kumar (IAS) and Gyanesh Bharti (IAS) took charge as the Special Officer and the Commissioner respectively of the united Municipal Corporation of Delhi on Sunday.

Newly appointed Commissioner Gyanesh Bharti welcomed Special Officer Ashwini Kumar and also introduced him to the officers of the Corporation. He gave a brief description of the functioning of the Municipal Corporation to the Special Officer.

Bharti also apprised them about the various schemes of the municipal corporations as well as the challenges. On this occasion, high officials of various departments of the corporation were also present and they congratulated the special officer and the commissioner.

Ashwini Kumar takes charge as Special Officer in united Municipal Corporation of Delhi today. (Photo: ANI)

Kumar is a 1992-batch AGMUT cadre officer. He was earlier served as the chief secretary in Puducherry and principal secretary, Public Works Department (Delhi).

Gyanesh Bharti is a 1998-batch AGMUT cadre officer. Prior to this, he was working as Commissioner of Southern and Eastern Municipal Corporation.

Gyanesh Bharti takes charge as the commissioner of unified Municipal Corporation of Delhi. (Photo: ANI)

Delhi Municipal Corporation (Amendment) Act, 2022 was passed by Parliament to unify all the three municipal corporations of Delhi– North Delhi Municipal Corporation, South Delhi Municipal Corporation, and East Delhi Municipal Corporation– into one entity.

With the move, the three present municipal corporations of Delhi will be treated as one Municipal Corporation of Delhi from today.

The move comes almost one month after the Rajya Sabha on April 5 passed with a voice vote the Delhi Municipal Corporation (Amendment) Bill, 2022 to merge the three municipal corporations of Delhi into a single entity.

The Act sought to unify the three municipal corporations into a single, integrated and well-equipped entity to ensure a robust mechanism for synergised and strategic planning and optimal utilisation of resources.

Disclaimer :- This story has not been edited by The Sen Times staff and is auto-generated from news agency feeds.
Source: ANI


Lateset News

Most Popular

%d bloggers like this: