To remove local untracked files from the current Git working tree, you can use the git clean command with the -f and -d options.
Here is the syntax:
git clean -f -d
-f: force Git to delete the untracked files without prompting for confirmation.
-d: delete untracked directories in addition to untracked files.
Note: It's important to be careful when using the git clean command, as it will permanently delete the untracked files and directories from your local repository.
Before running the command, it's recommended that you review the list of untracked files and directories that will be deleted by running the following command:
git clean -n
This will perform a dry run and show you a list of the files and directories that will be deleted. Once you've reviewed the list and are comfortable with the changes, you can run the first command to delete the untracked files and directories.