Administration handed over the responsibility of two Anganwadis to ITM

Administration handed over the responsibility of two Anganwadis to ITM
In order to connect the Anganwadi centers run by the Women and Child Development Department with the public and seek the cooperation of the institutions in their upgradation, a campaign has been started by the Government of Madhya Pradesh in the form of 'Adopt An Anganwadi'. Under this campaign, two Anganwadis have been adopted by ITM University. The district administration has entrusted the work of beautification and maintenance by adopting Farashkhana and Naka Chandravadni. In the same vein, ADM Ishchit Gadphale, Rahul Pathak from Women and Child Development Department, Municipal Corporation officials, ITM registrar Dr Omveer Singh came to inspect the Anganwadis.
Furniture, wall painting, children's swings
The ADM gave necessary directions to the concerned officers regarding the deficiencies which were found on initial inspection. Along with this, whatever beautification or facility was to be provided, in this regard, ITM University had a detailed discussion with the officials. Under which discussion on making and maintaining furniture, wall painting, swings for children, toilets and others. Tree plantation was also asked to protect the environment. Apart from this, the responsibility of setting up health check-up camps for the health related tests of children and their mothers was also entrusted to ITM. The facilities related to the repair of the building, knowledge, education, sports etc. were asked to be done at the earliest. ITM also took the initiative to start the work by preparing the list of essential work on priority.
It is noteworthy that along with Union Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia, Lok Sabha MP Vivek Shejwalkar, District Collector, Municipal Commissioner and other district officials, took a meeting of major institutions and organizations of the city. In which he had to take the responsibility of renovating and beautifying the city square, parks, Anganwadi centers etc. In this sequence, the ADM, District Collector, Women and Child Development Department and corporation officers are handing over the responsibility to the institutions.

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Mehbooba Mufti said - Center's policy fails in Kashmir, the government is afraid of Gupkar alliance

Mehbooba Mufti said - Center's policy fails in Kashmir, the government is afraid of Gupkar alliance

PDP chief and former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti have once again slammed the central government. Attacking the Narendra Modi-led central government, he claimed that the central government's policy in Kashmir has failed. According to news agency ANI, Mehbooba Mufti said that the central government is afraid of the Gupkar alliance because if we come together, their sinister plan will fail in the valley. He said that the policy of the Center in Kashmir has failed and they have to come back to the policy of Atal Bihari Vajpayee and Mufti Mohammad Sayeed.

On passing a resolution against the Uniform Civil Code of Jamiat-Ulema-e Hind, Mehbooba Mufti said that she has made her point and at a time when the situation in the country is deteriorating, questions are being raised about the mosques. It is good if people come together and talk. Significantly, the Jamiat Ulama-e-Hind passed the resolution expressing deep concern over the "deprivation of constitutional rights and attempts to enforce a Uniform Civil Code".

Earlier, Mehbooba Mufti compared the judiciary of India and Pakistan, saying that in the neighboring country where six people were sentenced to death in a case of lynching, India those accused of the same crime were given bail. But he was released and was greeted. Along with this, Mehbooba Mufti had accused the Bharatiya Janata Party that it has only taken advantage of the situation of Kashmiri Pandits and is not doing anything for their welfare. Mehbooba had said that the BJP has only exploited Kashmiri Pandits.

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