'Safai nisf Eman hai' cleanliness drive underway.

RAWALPINDI -- A two-week-long cleanliness drive titled "Safai nisf Eman hai" initiated by the Rawalpindi Waste Management (RWMC) is in full swing to keep the city neat and clean, under which rubbish and garbage are being removed from different city areas.

Waste containers were being repaired during the campaign while mechanical sweeping of roads, metro bus stations, and washing were also ensured.

Chief Executive Officer RWMC, Rana Sajid Safdar, told reporter that the sanitation staff of RWMC had removed thousands of tonnes of garbage and rubbish from Rawalpindi city.

He said that all available resources were being utilized to accomplish the task while de-silting, street washing twice a day, cleaning and spraying, eliminating standing water, special cleaning in slums, removal of wall chalking, banners, flakes, posters, cleaning of mosques...

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