Udupi: Zilla panchayat CEO drives vehicle collecting garbage

Daijiworld Media Network – Udupi (MS/HB)

Udupi, Sep 24: CEO of zilla panchayat gave a surprise visit to Badagubettu waste collection centre and drove the waste collection vehicle himself.

The CEO drove the vehicle from house-to-house and got the waste collected on Saturday September 24. Everyone was taken by surprise by this move of the officer.

The act of an IAS rank officer has inspired waste collection civic workers.

Gram panchayat members, development officers, chief planning officers of zilla panchayat and other eminent personalities were present.



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  • Babu Shenoy, Mangalore

    Sat, Sep 24 2022

    One must see whether this officer has a license to drive a truck orelse this would be be a big misadventure and frought with danger for the public. He is required to do what is his duty and not undertake someone else's work. Only if he has a heavey vehicle driving license and if the driver on duty did not show up, then I would appreciate his emergency service. Otherwise, it is just some show off business.

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  • Reynbo, Kuwait

    Sun, Sep 25 2022

    IAS Cadre officer can drive the truck without license as he has to give surprise checking. No issue in that. Don't question everything.

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  • aithappa moolya, manglaore

    Sun, Sep 25 2022

    i think living in desert land for too long has made you crazy. ias officer can drive without licence? what a stupid statement

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  • Thomas, Udupi

    Sat, Sep 24 2022

    This is just an eye wash! A long time ago the MLAs and MPs also posed with brooms to keep city clean! Poor and uneducated naive good hearted people in villages need such type of showmanship to win votes! The truck does not even meet garbage collection specs neither does his attire. Looks like he has nothing better to do.

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  • Sunil K, Mangalore

    Sat, Sep 24 2022

    Wear gloves when you collect garbage and ensure your employees are given proper sanitation material so that they don't fall sick from the germs. Zilla CEO looks like doing a PR stunt

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  • real kujuma, kodial

    Sat, Sep 24 2022

    what nonsense is happening in this state and country...people who are meant for a particular job are wasting their time doing menial work...this clearly shows that this CEO has no work and generally passes time...how come a person of such position can waste time driving the vehicle and collecting garbage? as a CEO he should look into more planning and development and increase the efficiency of waste collection and seggregation....

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  • CA Girish, Mannapalla

    Sat, Sep 24 2022

    Noble cause....even elected representatives should join

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  • Vinod Kumar, Mangalire

    Sat, Sep 24 2022

    When this happens be rest assured that elections are just around the corner. This never happened before nor it will happen in future only for the moment for a reason. Election winning tactics come in different form, shapes and sizes and different for different parties. Don’t take it seriously and Don’t be fooled. Vote wisely to AAP.

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