heaps of garbage on the roads, even the scavengers were not found

heaps of garbage on the roads, even the scavengers were not found

 Acting Mayor of Greater Municipal Corporation Sheel Dhabhai reached Malviya Nagar and Sanganer Zone on Wednesday to test the cleanliness system during the festive season. In the morning there were heaps of garbage everywhere. The scavengers were also not found on the spot.
A pile of dirt was found after Kendriya Vidyalaya in Bajaj Nagar. In Ward-138, 33 sweepers are on duty, but only 10 employees were present in the register. Only two or three employees were found working on the spot. Whereas, despite the absence of 23 employees, absence was not recorded in the register. The mayor directed immediate suspension of Jamadar Mahavir and Keshav and issuing notice to Sanitation Inspector Yogendra Jajotar. During the inspection, Abhay Purohit, chairman of the cleanliness committee-B and Ramswaroop Meena, chairman of C, besides Vinod Chaudhary, chairman of the public vehicle committee, were present.

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same time, in ward 131 of Malviya Nagar zone, the negligence of the scavengers came to the fore. Garbage was lying outside the garbage depot. In Ward-132, the sewer water was flowing on the road near the Peacock Garden culvert. Local people said that they have complained many times, but no response has been received. On this, the Mahpour directed the Junior Engineer to issue notice.


Inspected the cleanliness system in ward no. 86 and 87 of Sanganer zone after collecting carrying charge of Rs. 10400 . In Ward-86, out of 20 sweepers, only 14 were found. Heaps of dirt were found everywhere in the ward and cleanliness was not visible anywhere. Instructed to issue notices to Sanitation Inspector Nandkishore and Jamadar Hameed and Babulalal. The mayor gave instructions to remove the temporary encroachment done by the traders on the main road of Sanga circle and Sanganer Panchayat Samiti. On the spot 17 challans and carrying charge of Rs 10400 were recovered.

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After a year and a half, physical hearing will start again in the Supreme Court, guidelines issued

After a year and a half, physical hearing will start again in the Supreme Court, guidelines issued

 Physical hearing in the Supreme Court has been closed for about one and a half years due to the Corona epidemic. That is, during this hearing was done through video conferencing. Now the physical hearing is being started again. SOPs have been issued for hybrid hearing. According to this, all cases on Wednesday and Thursday will be heard only in the presence of counsels/parties in the court.

Lawyers have expressed happiness over this decision of Chief Justice NV Ramana. The Chief Justice said that the physical hearing will be started on a large scale after Diwali. A day earlier, senior lawyers had opposed the physical hearing. The Supreme Court Bar Association had appealed to the CJI to start the physical hearing again, for which the lawyers had also cited the decreasing cases of Kovid-19. Let us tell you that due to Corona, till now virtual and hybrid hearings were being held in the Supreme Court. Now the physical hearing has started from today. Senior advocates Rakesh Dwivedi and Ranjit Kumar have congratulated the Chief Justice on the commencement of the physical hearing.

Justice Abdul Nazeer also expressed happiness and congratulated on the commencement of physical hearing. He said that the lawyers can remove the mask during the cross-examination, we are giving it permission. Dushyant Dave said that there is a lot of happiness among young lawyers. The members of the bar are very happy. He said that senior lawyers did not face so much problem, from Jammu and Kashmir to Kanyakumari, senior lawyers argued. Dave said that we are taking all the precautions, everyone has taken both the doses of the vaccine against Kovid.

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