The Nashik Municipal Corporation's top objective is to clean up the Godavari River.

Nashik Municipal Corporation (NMC) commissioner Ramesh Pawar said on Saturday that the civic bodys priority will be to keep the Godavari river in the city polluted . The most important work now needs to be done to ensure that the river and sewer water do not mix .

Nashik is a city in Nashik that is located in the state of Nashik.As Nashik's name is connected to the river, Nashik Municipal Corporation (NMC) commissioner Ramesh Pawar said on Saturday that the civic body's priority will be to keep the Godavari river in the city polluted.NMC is in the process of selecting a good consultancy firm, Pawar told the media, who will prepare the detailed project report (DPR) for this project.Nashik is a beautiful place to visit, and all the necessary infrastructure is here.

The most important work now needs to be done to ensure that the river and sewer water do not mix.All of us should now be on the same topic, said Pawar, who took over the office in March this year.Several repairs were carried out in the red and blue flood lines along the river Godavari, according to the civic commissioner.Although the red line represents a flood level in the last 100 years, the blue line represents a high flood level in the last 25 years.

Since the Godavari river and the main sewer system are damaged, untreated water enters.All of these sewer lines are now being transferred to the Developmental Plan Road, which runs parallel along the river.According to him, international experts are being roped in to provide the solution to the problem, and a detailed project report will be produced in three months.The DPR will then be submitted to the central government for funding under the Namami Goda project.The officer said he would concentrate on minimizing the effect of the corporation's losses of about Rs 2,800 crore by only picking up the city's important projects and providing funds for them.

The funds allocated for other projects will be used for other new projects in the same area, Pawar said.