NEW DELHI: The Lutyens' zone in Delhi - administered by the New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) - was adjudged the cleanest among 372 Indian cities with populations between 100,000 and a million, according to the Swachh Survekshan 2021 rankings released on Saturday.
At the same time, two other zones in the Capital ranked among the lowest: neighbourhoods under the North Delhi municipal corporation was the fourth dirtiest with a population of over a million, the survey found, while the East Delhi corporation was in the bottom 10.
NDMC improved on its 2020 ranking, when it clinched the third spot in the survey, even as the North Delhi Municipal Corporation fell from 43rd to 45th on the rankings, out of 48 cities, while the East Delhi corporation (EDMC) climbed from 46th last year to 40th this year.
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