Subsequent upon assuming the charge of GVMC Commissioner upon the directives of SEC, Nagalakshmi said her focus areas will on sanitation, drinking water, street lights, infrastructure facilities and city beautification of the city.
Feeling elated on being assumed as the Commissioner of the GVMC body, she thanked the people’s representatives and officials. After enquiring about the role and functions of the concerned officials, she underscored the need to work collectively to ensure smooth conduct of the GVMC elections, which are slated for March 10. Along with the elections, she called upon the officials to ensure the smooth implementation of Swachh Survekshan 2021 and Covid-19 vaccination programmes.
She also reviewed various arrangements being made for the elections. Nagalakshmi held discussions with officials about strong rooms, ballot boxes, election stationery, and other material. She asked them to focus on the implementation of the Model Code of Conduct.
GVMC Chief Engineer M Venkateswarlu said strong rooms were being set up in all zones and facilities for 1,712 polling stations have been provided. He said that vehicles for 204 routes were also being deployed. Additional commissioner P Asha Jyoti, AV Ramani, Sanyasi Rao and others took part.