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Latur deputy mayor fed up of Lazy employees, locked office

News Track 2019-06-11 02:57:00

Latur: Fed up with the rudely and absurd attitude of the officers and staff of Maharashtra's Latur Metropolitan Municipality (LMC), Devidas Kale, the deputy mayor of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), decided to work in his own unique fashion on Monday. In an unprecedented move, kale shut down the office of the Critical city Planning department, giving a major setback to the entire municipal administration.

The news spread like wildfire, a number of activists and officials wandered in and out of nowhere, to escape the outrage of the black and return to their workplaces. Confirming the information, Black has blamed the then Congress regime in the civic body for the current lazy work culture.

Kale has told the press that, "for the last two years we have been trying to do something good here. But the old habits of the Congress rule have not yet been completely eliminated. I had to resort to this uy to give a stern warning. "The last six months have led to a pile-up of files, and no administrative decision is being taken for public welfare.

 

 

 

Latur: Fed up with the rudely and absurd attitude of the officers and staff of Maharashtra's Latur Metropolitan Municipality (LMC), Devidas Kale, the deputy mayor of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), decided to work in his own unique fashion on Monday. In an unprecedented move, kale shut down the office of the Critical city Planning department, giving a major setback to the entire municipal administration.


The news spread like wildfire, a number of activists and officials wandered in and out of nowhere, to escape the outrage of the black and return to their workplaces. Confirming the information, Black has blamed the then Congress regime in the civic body for the current lazy work culture.


Kale has told the press that, "for the last two years we have been trying to do something good here. But the old habits of the Congress rule have not yet been completely eliminated. I had to resort to this uy to give a stern warning. "The last six months have led to a pile-up of files, and no administrative decision is being taken for public welfare.