43 units fined for breeding of mosquitoes: NDMC

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NDMC worker checking a water container for larva breeding

From police stations to government office premises, 43 institutions have been penalized and 1498 served notices by the New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) in July for breeding of mosquito larvae in their premises, officials said on Friday.

According to a statement, the NDMC issued challans and notices including to government buildings, private buildings, hospitals, electrical substations, police stations, markets and residential colonies.

During the drive, as many as 310313 houses and premises were visited and 567408 water containers were checked, out of which 1541 were found positive for larva breeding.

The anti larval action teams of the NDMC visited Lok Nayak Bhawan - Khan Market, Multi Story Building - Pandara Road, UPSC Building - Dholpur House, Jam Nagar House, PM House, Parliament House, Doordarshan House, White House - Bhagwan Das Road, CAT premises, Punjab House, Haryana Bhawan, Himachal Bhawan, Paryawaran Bhawan, Mausam Bhawan, IIC, IHC and Chinmaya Mission, it said.

The health department teams of NDMC also checked  government buildings of different ministries,  departments and offices, hospitals and dispensaries, major parks and gardens and NDMC residential colonies along with many private offices, markets, commercial buildings and police stations.


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