BMC removes political hoarding, banners following model code
   Date :12-Mar-2019


Staff Reporter,


THE Bhilai Municipal Corporation has started removing political hoarding and banners mounted on Highway road and other places in city on Monday, following introduction of Code of Conduct launched by Election Commission of India ahead of Loksabha Election. It may be mentioned that the political parties have been informed that banners, hoardings and wall writings have been prohibited in the city. BMC Commissioner, SK Sundrani issued strict instruction BMC officials and employees in the same context and also directed them for accelerating the removing work of political hoarding and banners from every part of city.

Hoardings, banners and other publicity material in the city, which are in violation of the model code of conduct ahead of the Loksabha Election, are being undertaken by BMC as per directives issued by Election Commission The code of conduct for the approaching Loksabha Election came into force on Sunday evening.