Gandhinagar: Street vendor policy implemented to provide basic facilities like water, sewerage and light to street vendors – Gandhinagar: Street vendor policy implemented to provide basic facilities like water, sewerage and light to street vendors

by Ana Lopez

The responsibility for this work has been assigned to the Urban Management Company, which will conduct a survey and submit a report. The company has identified as many as 22 locations where facilities can be set up. At present, these facilities are being created for vendors dealing in vegetables, fruits and clothes in Sector 24.

Gandhinagar: Initiation of work to provide basic facilities like water, sewer light to street vendors by Municipal Corporation

Implementation of Street Vendor Policy in Gandhinagar

Due to increasing urbanization in the state, there is a problem of traffic, pressure, pollution, or there are fairs coming to the city from the rural areas to get daily bread and business planning with lorry galla. A new street vendor policy is planned to be implemented.

There are street vendors standing larry galla in Gandhinagar to get daily bread due to traffic problem due to the increasing area of ​​Manpa Metropolitan Municipality under a policy to create more facilities in Gandhinagar and make the dream of a clean, beautiful and pollution free metropolis come true under a new policy. A pilot project has been started at Gandhinagar Sector 24.

So that about 400 lorry drivers doing business there will get benefit in which parking with paver block has also been arranged by the municipality. Which will directly benefit the street vendors and the shopping public. Also you will get rid of dirt with parking.

Regarding the upcoming planning, Jaswant Bhai, chairman of the Standing Committee of the Municipal Government, told TV9 that at the speed with which Gandhinagar has developed, the people of the surrounding area and local people are employed in the medium of lorries or tents to get employment. For that, the work of making street vending and parking policy is going on by Manpa to provide light, sewerage, water facilities.

The responsibility for this work has been assigned to the Urban Management Company which will conduct the survey and submit the report. The company has identified as many as 22 locations where facilities can be set up. At present, these facilities are being created for vendors dealing in vegetables, fruits and clothes in Sector 24. Implementation of this policy will end the problems caused by traffic, pollution and accidents when lorries are parked on paved roads or public places.

Regarding the facility, Ward 3 Councilor Bharat Gohil said that paver block facilities are being created for more than 400 lorries, so that vendors of fruits, vegetables, and clothes will get relief from mud and cattle torture. These facilities will be set up in different sectors of Gandhinagar. Usha Ben, driving a fruit lorry, said that we have been doing business here for 35 years, good facilities have been created by the municipality, there used to be mud here in monsoon and cows were also suffering, but now facilities will also be provided with arrangements.

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