The Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs Tuesday reported that Karnataka’s Mysuru had made sure about a five-star rating in the ‘Star Rating of Garbage Free Cities’ overview for 2019-20. Mysuru and five different urban areas — Ambikapur in Chhattisgarh, Rajkot and Surat in Gujarat, Indore in Madhya Pradesh and Navi Mumbai — had been guaranteed as 5 star.
The study gave 65 different urban areas 3-star evaluations, and 70 urban areas 1-star appraisals. The ‘Star Rating Protocol’ was propelled in January 2018 by the service to make mindfulness on the significance of sanitation and rouse inhabitants to accomplish higher degrees of neatness.
Mysuru city was the double cross victor of India’s Cleanest City tag in 2014 and 2015, in the Swachh Survekshan overview.
“Mysuru bagged a five-star rating because of the efforts of our Pourakarmikas, people of the city, corporators and the corporation by the officials,” Mysore City Corporation (MCC) Mayor, Tasneem said.
Mysuru District in-charge Minister S T Somashekar said, “Mysuru has, again, proved that it is one of the cleanest cities in India, which is a proud thing for us. It is not an easy task to be placed among the top six cleanest cities of the country, I am hopeful the city will continue to remain as clean as it is.”