Pune: Pune Platform for Collaborative Response (PPCR) has started a ‘no flex’ campaign to protect the citizens from visual pollution. As the next step of the campaign, PPCR members shared the ‘No Flex’ letters with the NCP and BJP members.
On January 16, PPCR delegation met Vandana Chavan, Member of Parliament, Rajya Sabha from NCP, Ankush Kakade, NCP leader and Jagdish Mulik, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), president, Pune city.
PPCR said that senior leaders of the NCP Vandana Chavan and Ankush Kakade agree with their stand and have promised to hold internal discussions within NCP Pune to end use of illegal flex banners and other environmentally damaging mediums of promotions that are currently carried on.
Jagdish Mulik, BJP city president said, “Members of Pune Platform for Collaborative Response met me. At this time, on behalf of the members of the organization, a city-wide campaign is being implemented to keep Pune city clean and beautiful. We are supporting this campaign and the PPCR for a clean and beautiful Pune. Party workers will be instructed to avoid putting hoardings in an illegal manner.”
“We will follow the court’s decision and are ready to support the drive of no flex, earlier according to the court order we had stopped to put the authorised hoardings. And everyone should follow it,” said Prashant Jagtap, NCP City President.
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