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Guwahati Municipal Corporation(GMC) asks people not to throw banana trees on road post Diwali

The Guwahati Municipal Corporation(GMC) appeals to the people of the city to dispose of the Banana trees properly, after being used during Diwali celebrations.

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The Guwahati Municipal Corporation(GMC) appeals to the people of the city to dispose of the Banana trees properly, after being used during Diwali celebrations.

Taking to the social media platform X, the GMC authorities asked the shopkeepers, puja pandal committees and common citizens not to throw Banana trees on the streets and to rather dispose of the Banana trees in GMC garbage cans.

GMC posted on X: “Don’t toss the Banana trees on the streets. Call GMC on our helpline number, and we’ll pick them up! Whether they’re unsold or used, we’ll ensure proper disposal. Let’s light up the city without littering it. Together, we can make a difference!”

GMC has also shared a helpline number for proper disposal of trees. The number is 8811007000. 

 

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