Daily Archive: December 26, 2017

#SDMC seals wedding venue in Chhattarpur, traders protest

New Delhi, Dec 26  The south Delhi civic body today sealed a wedding venue in Chhattarpur for having an “additional built-up area” in violation of norms, the SDMC said, as scores of area traders protested the sealing drive.

The action by the South Delhi Municipal Corporation was initiated by a Supreme Court-appointed Monitoring Committee.

It came days after the SDMC sealed 51 commercial units in the posh Defence Colony Market for “not depositing” conversion charges as per the provisions in the city’s Master Plan 2021.

“As per instructions of the monitoring committee, the building department of the south zone of the SDMC sealed Ramaya Farm, being used for organising social functions,” the SMDC said in a statement.

The civic body alleged there was an “additional built-up area” at the function venue in violation of the civic norms.

“As soon as the sealing team arrived, a large number of people gathered to resist the action. This delayed the action against other properties,” a senior SDMC official said.

The Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) urged both the central and Delhi governments to swing into action and “protect Delhi traders from the onslaught of sealing”, which, it alleged, was a “result of inaction, callous and lethargic attitude” of government officials.

“As per the law, traders need to be first sent a notice before carrying out any sealing. Why is the action being taken so arbitrarily,” CAIT Secretary General Praveen Khandelwal claimed in a statement.

He said the Chhattarpur Mandir Road has about 250 shops, eateries and motels.

“MCD has failed to regularise several areas whereas Delhi government has failed to notify 351 roads in various parts of Delhi, as either commercial or mix-land use road,” it alleged.

The CAIT has stressed the need for passing The National Capital Territory of Delhi Laws (Special Provision) Third Amendment Bill, which extends validity of the second Act 2011 beyond December 2017, in the current session of Parliament but before December 31.

The CAIT officials have also sought an appointment with Finance Minister Arun Jaitley to discuss the matter, it said.

Delhi BJP chief Manoj Tiwari today met Lt. Gov. Anil Baijal to discuss the sealing drive. Tiwari told Baijal that a “situation of confusion and chaos” has been created due to the drive, the Delhi BJP said in a statement.

Source: PTI

सुब्रमण्‍यम स्‍वामी की नसीहत, मंत्रियों को कोट-पैन्ट नहीं बल्कि देशी कपड़े पहने

नई दिल्ली. राज्यसभा सांसद और बीजेपी नेता सुब्रमण्यम स्वामी के एक बयान पर फिर विवाद शुरू हो गया है. सुब्रमण्यम स्वामी ने सोशल मीडिया पर मंत्रियो के ड्रेस कोड के बारे में लिखा कि पश्चिमी परिधान एक तरह से विदेशी गुलामी का प्रतीक है. उन्होंने कहा कि वेस्टर्न कपड़े भारतीय मौसम के अनुकूल नहीं हैं. मंत्रियो को देशी कपड़े पहनना चाहिए.

स्वामी ने आगे लिखा की भारतीय जनता पार्टी को चाहिए कि वो अपने मंत्रियों के लिए एक अनुशासन बनाए. इसके आलावा उन्होंने लिखा देशी परिधान पहनने से देश के अंदर भारतीय संस्कृति को नया आयाम मिलेगा. वहीं उन्होंने गुजरात के अहमदाबाद का नाम कर्णावती के नाम पर रखा जाना चाहिए क्योंकि अहमदाबाद का पुराना नाम कर्णावती था. पीएम मोदी से इस मसले पर फैसला लेने को कहा है.

Farmers protest in #GreaterNoida

Greater Noida, Dec 26  Farmers today sat on an indefinite protest outside the authority’s office to press for their demand against the delay by the state government in providing the 64 per cent compensation and allotment of 10 per cent developed plots in lieu of their acquired land.

They assembled at Kisan Gol Chakkar and from there proceeded to Greater Noida Industrial Development Authority Offfice (GNIDA) on tractors, buses and cars.

According to farmers’ leader Manvir Bhati, farmers demand 10 per cent developed land and 64.7 per cent additional compensation as per the Allahabad High Court’s order.

“Authorities are not giving the benefit to hundreds of farmers in villages,” he claimed.

Heavy police force was deployed at the GNIDA office.

Source: PTI

NHAI awards contract for stand- alone Ring Road/ bypass around Jammu City

The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has issued Letter of Award (LOA) for construction of 58.255 km long stand – alone Ring Road/ Bypass around Jammu city in the state of Jammu & Kashmir .The project would be carried out on Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) basis and the construction period is 36 months.

The proposed Jammu Bypass starts from Km. 86/100 of Jammu-Srinagar highway (NH-1A) and ends at Km. 14/700 of Nagrota Bypass of NH-1A for a length of 58.255 km.  The entire Greenfield alignment has been proposed on the western side of Jammu City to provide better connectivity. The Ring Road will also provide smooth and easy traffic flow and ease traffic congestion in and around Jammu City. In addition to this it will also facilitate movement of army traffic carrying heavy machinery to border/strategic areas of Poonch, Rajouri, Nowshera and Akhnoor.  By providing an alternative route to the existing choked roads of Jammu City.

The Ring Road/ Bypass will also lead to substantial socio-economic growth of the area. It will transverse through 56 villages, 9 tehsils and 2 districts (Jammu & Samba). It will also reduce wear and tear of vehicles and facilitate smooth and hassle free movement of traffic with provisions of major bridges, flyovers and two tunnels of length of 770m & 710m.


CBI registers four cases against Murari Lal Meena, Special Assistant, Oriental Bank of Commerce, Rajasthan on charges of forgery in Kisan Credit Cards which resulted in a loss of around Rs. 3.12 crore to the exchequer.

CBI registers four cases against Murari Lal Meena, Special Assistant, Oriental Bank of Commerce, Rajasthan on charges of forgery in Kisan Credit Cards which resulted in a loss of around Rs. 3.12 crore to the exchequer.