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Municipal Council in Bijnor

The municipal council of Bijnor is also called as Nagar Palika Parishad. Bijnor city is a municipal board and headquarters of the district Bijnor. The municipal council of a city is nothing but the urban local self-government in the city which is the municipality. The municipal council members are elected by the people who hold the position for five years. Bijnor city is divided into 25 wards which are based on the city population i.e. 115,381 as per 2011 census and from each of the ward a representative is elected by Bijnor people on municipality election. These elected ward members vote among themselves to choose a president. The ward members along with the state government appointed engineer, health inspector, education officer and sanitary officer runs the local government.

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Objectives of Bijnor Municipal Council

The main objective of Nagar Palika is to ensure quality service for Bijnor people, retrieving ideal solutions for complaints, ensuring proper answers for the replies and actions as per the standards in relation with the public services, maintaining transparency at every level, regularizing public services and creating awareness for public participation for public services.

Bijnor Municipal Council Departments

The departments working under the Bijnor Municipal Council are main council office headed by executive officer who supervises accounting, house tax headed by tax superintendent who supervises tax, construction headed by junior engineer who supervises construction works, water tax headed by tax superintendent who supervises tax collection, account headed by accountant who supervises accounting, light headed by light inspector who supervises street lights, water works headed by water works engineer who supervises water works, Auctroy headed by tax superintendent who supervises tax collection, sanitary headed by food & sanitary inspector who supervises sanitation, library headed by head clerk who supervises the library, garden headed by JE who supervises garden maintenance and health headed by sanitary inspector who supervises health facilities in Bijnor.

Responsibilities of Bijnor Municipal Council

The public service responsibility was handed over to the Municipal Council of Bijnor by the Uttar Pradesh Nagar Palika act 1959 which is as per the 74th amendment the local bodies were given responsibilities of public service. The main responsibilities of a municipality are sanitation and cleaning of public streets and drains, cleaning of public toilets and urinary, repair and maintenance of drains, emancipation of dead dogs, measures to control spreading of contagious / infectious, to remove the heaps of garbage, to remove the debris, sanitation and cleanliness of garbage houses, other works related to garbage disposal, cattle catching, dog catching, disposal of dead bodies of dead cows and buffaloes, maintenance of parks, securing the green trees in public places and release proceedings of dangerous and dried trees. The main source of income for the municipality is the taxes collected for house, water, entertainment, market and vehicle.

Online Services

The municipal council also provides online services for birth registration, death registration, property tax, water bill, grievance, employee details and wards detail on giving accurate inputs these services can be enjoyed by the Bijnor people. The birth and death registration forms can also be downloaded from the municipal council website and the details can also be retrieved from the municipal council office.

Municipal Council of Bijnor, Bijnor, Uttar Pradesh-246701
Phone no.: 01342-260073
Landmark: Near Bus stand

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    Ankit kumar from Bijnor 15 Days ago

    Hello sir i am form nai basti b. 14 colony bijnor sir beete 4 dino se humare mohhole mein paani nahi aa raha h tanki mein bilkul bhi bhut jyada problems ho rahi hplz ispe thoda dhyaan dijiyega thanku

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    SUDHEER KUMAR from BIJNOR 250 Days ago

    Naĺi over flow

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    Atul choudhry from village - jalalpur chhoia 403 Days ago

    Dear Sir, I have the honour to address you as under: Dear Sir, I have the honour to address you as under: 1. That road connecting Jhalu to Bijnor by Khari is heavily polluted by garbage dumping by bijnor nagar palika near by railway crossing which is not the place that is allotted nagar palika by Government 2. Garbage that is being dumped and burnt here is highly toxic 3. Burning of the plastic containing organochlorine based substance like PVC releases harmful dioxin, a group of highly toxic chemical. Dioxin is carcinogenic and hormonal disruptor 4. This in turn is increasing the risk of communicable disease in the rural area 5. I have therefore to serve this letter and request you to arrange the land for garbage and not throw this on the road like this

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    Sachin Gupta from Bijnor 1643 Days ago

    Respected All, I want to draw your kind attention on the poor cleaning condition of Shanti Nagar colony(Behind Numaish ground),Bijnor. We all as a residents of Shanti nagar pays our house tax duly but the services which we expect from the Nagarpalika are really very poor. I want to start with daily cleaning of the roads is done only for the area of residence of Vidhayak and for other people its negligible. The numbers of street dogs are increasing day by day which cause harm to the childrens, even 1 2 dogs are very dangerous in that area for which Nagarpalika should take some actions. The situation of vacant plots are becoming dumping zone for waste because there are no trash/waste box where the residents can dump their waste, Very frequently we found snakes and dangerous animals in these area which are too much dangerous for the children's. The condition of road from Numaish ground to Shanti Nagar colony is in very bad condition. It will be better to say there is no proper road from Numaish ground to Shanti Nagar colony . So my humble request to all of you to please take actions on the above problems. We believe in our system and law. Regards Sachin

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