Mumbai, Jan 4 (UNI) Additional Municipal Commissioner R A Rajiv, who introduced the clean up campaign in Mumbai with the help of marshalls today said that he was not happy with the response the clean up drive has received in Mumbai.
Speaking to reporters today, Rajiv said, ''BMC has collected Rs 19,00,600 since the drive started, but in terms of increasing awareness, the drive has not worked.'' The ambitious drive was started on November 15 last year, in most of the wards in city with the help of four security agencies.
''The drive was started with the intention of making the city cleaner and to make aware people of cleanliness, rather than collect fines, hence the results are not satisfactory,'' Rajiv added.
In order to assess the shortcomings of the project, Rajiv will conduct a three day workshop tomorrow.
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