This Bank In Hyderabad Was Penalized For Littering 

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Hyderabad: Littering is a common phenomenon witnessed in India, one may even refer it to as chronic. Be it roads, railway tracks, public places, etc, there is litter everywhere. Despite missions such as Swachh Bharat being implemented across the country, there are several places, where the cleanliness drive is a total miss.

Taking a step further, a bank has been penalized for littering on road. Going into details, the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) has slapped a fine on a bank in Hyderabad for road littering.

The bank, Kotak Mahindra Bank of Somajiguda branch has been fined with Rs 20,000. Based on the complaint received against the bank, the authorities inspected the area. According to the complainant, the Bank disposed the waste on the nearby footpath.

Khairatabad Circle Medical Officer Bhargav Narayana and a few other officials were a part of the inspection, following which the Bank was issued the fine. The Bank has also been warned to dispose of the waste at the dump yard instead of littering on the road, else the fines will continue to be imposed.

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