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5 latest initiatives announced by the Lucknow Municipal Corporation amid resounding COVID chaos!

In an attempt to provide relief to the city dwellers troubled by the second COVID wave, Lucknow Municipal Corporation is leaving no stone unturned to undertake swift and proactive measures. Despite the enlarged fear of infection, the workers and frontline staff from LMC have turned into COVID warriors, assuring all possible support to the city's human infrastructure. Taking its legacy of committed efforts further, the civic body has recently announced these 5 plans to tackle the COVID mayhem!

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Lucknow Municipal Corporation allocates ₹50 lakhs for a special women-only market in the city

With a long list of initiatives introduced by the Uttar Pradesh government under Mission Shakti, the Lucknow Municipal Corporation had also made provisions for a women-only market in the city. As per the latest developments, the civic authority has announced funds worth ₹50 lakhs for setting up this complex. Additionally, the officials are also looking for a suitable area for the establishment of this market and it is expected to be finalised soon.

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LMC plans to install new number plates with unique IDs in households across Lucknow

Lucknow Municipal Corporation is working on an innovative scheme to install number plates with unique IDs in households across the city. As per sources, this project will be implemented in multiple localities, where Geographic Information System(GIS) surveys have been concluded, which includes the areas of Gomti Nagar and Indira Nagar. These unique IDs shall be linked to a database of extensive information, including the status of tax deposition, stored on a virtual platform.

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LMC launches a new project to convert construction debris in Lucknow into tiles & marbles!

Lucknow Municipal Corporation is all set to execute the production of interlocking tiles from the waste debris material. As a part of this scheme, the leftover debris material shall be refurbished into paving material like tiles and marbles. Slated to start by the end of March, this project shall not only witness the development of innovative products but also aid in better management of waste and scrap substances present at the construction sites.

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With only female buyers and sellers, Lucknow to welcome a special women's market soon!

Ahead of International Women's Day, an informal meeting of female councillors in Lucknow was organised on Sunday. Amidst an array of discussions related to issues of women's safety and security, it was decided that the females in the city will be soon be gifted with a special market, only for the women. While men will not be permitted in this establishment, it is also proposed that only woman shopkeepers will be allowed. With female retailers and consumers, this facility is surely going to be one of its kind!

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