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Mayor's Message

Ms. Preety Aggarwal


Dear Delhiites, 

It is my proud privilege to be elected as Mayor of North Delhi and I am thankful for this opportunity being given to me.

It is my personal experience from public life that mutual understanding and goodwill between citizens and the civic body are essential for better delivery of civic services. At times, if understanding and goodwill are not present, much of the good work accomplished by the Corporation is not properly appreciated whereas people remain unsatisfied thinking we are unable to perform. We, in North DMC, therefore, want to develop bridges of understanding and goodwill between us and ensure that communication and feedback channels remain open between us.

I would like to assure you that North DMC is fully alive to its responsibilities and committed to giving the city its due pride of place amongst the best cities of the world. For us, improving the quality of life is not just the top priority, it is the only priority. For this great task, the Corporation will mobilize all resources at its command so that it could discharge its functions in an efficient and effective manner. I know we as an organization are not perfect and still there is lot of scope for improvement. As Mayor, I assure and promise you that I will take all possible steps to ensure that we meet the expectations of the public at large.

On the other hand, we also have great expectation from you. While we do our duty to the best of our capability, we in turn expect you to help us in a number of ways to keep Delhi clean, green and healthy.

You can make Delhi a better city by observing simple civic rules:

  • If you are a property-owner, pay your tax in time. Pay all your dues and taxes in time.
  • While going to construct a house, obtain permission from the Corporation.
  • Ensure that mosquito genic conditions are not created in and around your premises.
  • Keep parks, gardens and other public places clean.
  • Don’t urinate in open.
  • Don’t litter in public places.
  • Don’t spit on the roads.
  • Don’t use polythene bags.
  • Don’t throw garbage into drains.
  • Don’t burn the garbage.
  •  Don’t allow pet animals, cows, etc. move freely on roads.

Remember, Delhi is home to all of us. While we have certain rights as citizens, we also have certain duties as enlightened citizens.

I would like to conclude the message with the assurance that North DMC would do its best to discharge its responsibilities for improving the overall quality of life in the city and with your cooperation and support, I am absolutely certain that it won’t be long before we become one of the best cities in the world.

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