Jamshedpur, Sept. 22: A team of senior Lions club members led by Centennial District Governor Rajnish Kumar met East Singhbhum Deputy Commissioner Amit Kumar in the presence of A Mittal, IAS Probationer and discussed several issues where members of Jamshedpur based Lions Clubs could help the District Administration in taking forward important social issues affecting the city and community.
Discussion on No Plastic, Traffic Safety, participation in Swachh Bharat Abhiyan in Urban slums were deliberated. Administration is very serious in creating mass awareness and also providing alternative to no plastic and requested Lions club members who are already engaged in this area to assist.
Road Safety, frequent traffic jam, non- compliance of driving and traffic rules which is now rampant was also discussed during the meet. Lion members came forward and suggested that they will have many of their members trained in this regard so that they can if need arise be on the roads of Jamshedpur to regulate the roads and its commuters to safety.
Swacch Bharat Abhiyan which is now being taken in a big way in both rural areas, the government is looking for reputed NGOs who can assist in educating the masses on use of toilet and proper sanitation.
Lions Clubs of Chaibasa and Lions Club of Dhanbad have already joined the mission and are managing one Panchayat having three to four villages. Here in Jamshedpur Lions clubs will be focusing on urban slums for it proper monitoring and motivate the people for construction of toilet and its use and upkeep.
Along with Centennial District Governor Rajnish Kumar, Arup Ghosh, Region Chairperson, Pranati Dash, Zone Chairperson, President of Lions Club of Jamshedpur Umeshwar Prasad, Secretary of Lions Club of Jamshedpur Tatanagar Dr Tapas Chatterjee, Task Force Member Purbi Ghosh and District Cabinet Member Arun Kejriwal met the District officials.