Municipal Corporations & Nagar Palikas Act Now!

Municipal corporations and small scale municipalities are fundamental when it comes to implementing administrative improvements for Braj Mandal. Click each item to see how their leaders should Act Now! for Braj-Vrindavan


Mathura Nagar Palika Parishad

Chairman: Srimati Manisha Gupta
Link to Mathura Nagar Palika Parishad: www.mathuranagarpalika.in

Act Now to develop an efficient waste management system and to protect the environment of Mathura!
– Establish a competent system of garbage collection.
– Organize cleaning programs with schools in Vrindavan for children to be educated about the importance of keeping their city clean.
– Develop mass education campaigns for the population and visitors about the dangers of burning plastic and the mismanagement of waste.
– Create a system of fines for all merchants who continue to use plastic bags, plastic glasses or plastic plates on their premises, as well as for temples using these tools in their offerings or prasad distribution festivals.
– Establish a body of municipal guards to ensure that the main pilgrimage areas are kept clean and that the waste is dumped in appropriate locations established by the same municipality.
– Total ban on the burning of garbage because it generates toxic and carcinogenic residue for those who inhale fumes from it.

Act Now so that Mathura can become a well organized model city!
– Ban billboards throughout the city and establish regulations and costs for those who wish to promote a particular program.

Vrindavan Nagar Palika Parishad

Chairman: Sri Mukesh Gautam
Link to Vrindavan Nagar Palika Parishad: nppvrindavan.com

Act Now to develop an efficient waste management system and to protect the environment of Vrindavan Dham!
– Establish a competent system of garbage collection in connection with local NGOs that are dedicated to keeping clean certain areas of the city such as Helping Hands for Vrindavan, Food for Life Vrindavan and Friends of Vrindavan, among others.
– Eliminate the temporary open dumps in the Parikrama Marg and surrounding streets.
– Urgently restore the municipal dumping ground with an effective recycling plant that could process and reuse plastic waste and similar materials.
– Organize cleaning programs with schools in Vrindavan for children to be educated in the importance of keeping their city clean.
– Develop mass education campaigns for the population and visitors about the dangers of burning plastic and the mismanagement of waste.
– Create a system of fines for all merchants who continue to use plastic bags, plastic glasses or plastic plates on their premises, as well as for temples using these tools in their offerings or prasad distribution festivals.
– Establish a body of municipal guards to ensure that the main pilgrimage areas are kept clean and that the waste is dumped in appropriate locations established by the same municipality.
– Total ban on the burning of garbage because it generates toxic and carcinogenic residue for those who inhale fumes from it.

Act Now to ensure the protection of the Yamuna river and the water treatment in Vrindavan!
– Immediately stop sewer waste from flowing from the city of Vrindavan towards the Yamuna River.
– Improve the sanitation system in the city of Vrindavan, covering open sewers and preventing its black waters from flowing into the Yamuna River. At the same time, Sewage Treatment Plants (STP) should be activated and properly maintained. The BVAN team has developed a proposal for the treatment of sewage in Vrindavan, which can be seen here

Act Now so that Vrindavan can become a well organized model city!
– Penalize and shut down illegal sites selling alcohol and meat in town.
– Ban billboards throughout the city and establish regulations and costs for those who wish to promote a particular program.