New Delhi: Despite having a full-fledged sanitation department with capacity of 55, 000 staff, Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) seems to have failed to keep the city clean. Despite several special sanitation campaigns lunched by MCD, the national capital is still littered with filth and garbage.

In the last two days, MCD officials of all the 12 zones were busy attending the complaints after the name of officials and numbers of sanitation department of MCD were published in newspaper following the order of Delhi High Court.

Dainik Jagran reporter on Sunday rang up MCD official regarding the garbage lying in different zone of the MCD but to no avail.

The reporter called up sanitation superintendents of Central Zone, City Zone, Sadar Paharganj Zone to lodge complaints, but there was no proper response from any one of them.
The Jagran reporter was advised to contact private sanitation company when he called a sanitation superintendent Bal Kishan to register complaint about piles of filth lying near zonal office of MCD in Rohini.

Notably, sanitation schemes are regularly launched to make Delhi clean. Recently, Mayor of Delhi, Rajni Abbi, had started a month-long sanitation scheme, but no big change appeared.

MCD had created a Facebook account to register complaints of people, but the hi-tech move has also proved futile in changing the face of the city.