Conversion: LED street lights will help cut expenses

Mayor says IMC elected representatives commi tted to serve the people


Our Correspondent April 05, 2018
PHOTO: Ledluxor.com

ISLAMABAD: Converting streetlights from conventional to LED lights will help save electricity expenses, said Islamabad Mayor Anser Aziz.

“Islamabad Municipal Corporation (IMC) has set a new standard of public service,” he said speaking at the inauguration of the new office of Union Council No33, Markaz G-8.

Mayor Aziz said that IMC came into being for the first time in the history of Islamabad and responsibility of the development of city has been assigned to the elected representatives of the local government through the municipality.

He said IMC is fully functional and committed to provide the best ever civic amenities.

CDA installs 21,000 LED street lights in capital

He expressed his hope that residents of the federal capital would feel a pleasant change in the availability of civic amenities. “IMC has worked out a plan to convert the existing street light system into LED light system, which will help reduce electricity charges,” Aziz said.

Regarding the water situation Aziz said: “Due to shortfall of rain, people are facing drop in water supply.”

However, the mayor said, better water management in the upcoming rainy season will help improve the water supply situation.

As for current problem, he directed the Water Management Wing to ensure provision of water tanker service in the areas with acute water shortage.

MCL to replace existing street lights with LEDs in Lahore

Aziz directed chairmen of all union councils to attend their offices on daily basis and observe punctuality so that the issues of the people could be resolved.

On this occasion, Deputy Mayor Zeeshan Naqvi, UC No33 Chairman Raja Waheedul Hassan, UC Sector I-9 Chairman Chaudhry Riffat Javed, Sardar Mehtab Advocate and elected chairmen of different UCs were also present.

Published in The Express Tribune, April 5th, 2018.

COMMENTS

Replying to X

Comments are moderated and generally will be posted if they are on-topic and not abusive.

For more information, please see our Comments FAQ

E-Publications

Most Read