The DNCC conducted the drive as part of its ongoing combing operation for mosquito control, said a press release.
On the eighth day of the operation, the DNCC officials inspected a total of 13,081 buildings and under-construction establishments.
A total of 10 cases were filed against a number of house owners during the drive.
Around 7,700 establishments were found to be conducive to Aedes mosquito breeding.
The 10-day long combing operation started on July 4.
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