Vehicles will start running on Rangai's new bridge this week, danger remains on old bridge

Vehicles will start running on Rangai's new bridge this week, danger remains on old bridge
Vehicular traffic will start soon on the new bridge built on the Rangai of the Betwa river. The Public Works Department (Setu) has made such preparations and in a week it has been said that vehicular traffic will be started on this bridge. With the commissioning of this bridge, traffic on the Sanchi-Bhopal road from Vidisha will be accessible.
It may be known that this bridge, built at a cost of crores on this busy road, is ready for about two months, but it has not been opened for the movement of vehicles, while the vehicles are passing through the old bridge and while this bridge is more than a hundred years old. It is old and every day in the evening due to the high movement of vehicles, the situation of jam is being created here. At the same time, the railing on this old bridge has also been broken for several days. Due to this the risk of accident remains. Due to all these conditions, the drivers are waiting for this bridge to be started for traffic soon.

The matter is entangled in the opening program

According to the information received, the matter of the bridge is believed to be entangled in waiting for the ceremonial inauguration and for this the date of the program is not being decided. However, Chief Engineer of Public Works Department (Setu) Sanjay Khande said that traffic on the bridge will be started from this week. At the same time, former Municipal President Mukesh Tandon also says that in the coming one week, the vehicular traffic will start from this bridge. ,

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There are already many cases against the priest arrested for conversion in Goa: Chief Minister

There are already many cases against the priest arrested for conversion in Goa: Chief Minister

Panaji. Goa Chief Minister Pramod Sawant said the pastor, who was arrested recently for allegedly luring people to convert to Christianity in the state, already has several cases, including one related to the death of a person. Talking to reporters on Saturday, Sawant said that the state government fully respects the right to religious freedom enshrined in the Constitution, but there will be no tolerance for forcing people to convert with the lure of money or other things.

Dominic D'Souza, a pastor operating in North Goa's Saligao, about 20 km from the capital Panaji, and his wife Joan were arrested on Thursday after two people filed separate complaints, a police official said. In these complaints, it was alleged that both were involved in conversion. The official had said that the pastor and his wife were allegedly motivating people to convert to Christianity by offering money or luring them to get treatment for the disease.

Sawant said that earlier also the cases of forced conversions allegedly by D'Souza had come to the notice of the police. He said a case was also registered against the pastor in connection with the death of a man, to whom he allegedly applied "miraculous oil". Sawant said that action has been taken against the priest as per law and the investigation will continue. The police have also booked the priest and his wife under sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) for promoting enmity between different groups on grounds of religion and indulging in willful and malicious acts with intent to outrage religious sentiments, besides drugs and miracles. A case has been registered under the provisions of the Remedy (Objectionable Advertisement) Act.

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