Ali Anan Qamar, chief executive officer of the Lahore Waste Management Company, took action against the organization’s laziness and sacked nine officers for hiding phantom employees, corruption, malpractice, and not doing job.
During his unexpected visit, the LWMC operative team’s corrupt mafia was exposed. During the emergency field visit of the new CEO, Ali Anan Qamar, those personnel who were discovered to have committed misconduct have been subjected to severe punishment.
The officers were from Allama Iqbal City. Five supervisors of UC-113 and 114 were promptly fired: Arsalan Yaqoob, Hafiz Rizwan, Chand Ali, Salman Ali, and M Javed. Two supervisors and one ZO were sent back to MCL: Ashraf, Yaqoob, and Jahanzeb Bhatti. The town manager of Allama Iqbal Town, Umar Fayyaz, was also fired. Shakeel Wahid was given charge of the morning shift in Allama Iqbal Town, while four supervisors were given a final warning to change their behaviour. The town manager of Wagah Town, Abdul Rauf, was also removed for poor performance.
A final warning was issued to town manager Aziz Bhatti for poor performance and bad hygiene, and a warning letter was sent to Chaudhry Aslam, town manager of Gulberg, for neglecting his duties and failing to improve despite numerous warnings.
Ali Annan Qamar, the CEO of LWMC, cautioned the corrupt mafia that neglecting one’s obligations is never acceptable. There is no room for work thieves and corrupt groups in the LWMC. Each individual is responsible for keeping the city clean. Additionally, Qamar has requested that residents assist the LWMC personnel with rubbish collection. Always dispose of it in the trash. For complaints regarding cleanliness, he suggested calling the LWMC helpdesk at 1139 or using social media.
The PFA shares a laboratory report and deems the vegetable to be bacteria-free.
The laboratory of Punjab Food Authority processes samples obtained from vegetable markets, shops, and restaurants throughout the province (PFA).
After dumping vegetables grown from industrial trash, the DG Food Authority ordered the collection of vegetable samples from Lahore and the rest of the province. Vegetables were screened for chemicals and microorganisms, such as arsenic. According to the DG of the Punjab Food Authority (PFA), Mudassar Riaz Malik, 148 distinct vegetable samples were forwarded to the laboratory. He stated that all samples were examined at the Punjab Food Authority Laboratory according to international norms. No chemicals or pathogens were detected in any of the restaurants’ prepared meals. The Director General of the Punjab Food Authority advised the public to contact the authority’s helpline at 1212 if they observe vegetables produced from industrial waste.