Ward residents are being plagued by stink dirt, empty plot becomes a garbage dump

Ward residents are being plagued by stink dirt, empty plot becomes a garbage dump

Cleanliness drive is going on in full swing in the city. Under which the streets and local colonies of the city have started shining, but the vacant plots lying in some parts of the city are still working to spoil the beauty of the city. There are heaps of garbage on these empty plots, due to which there is also the possibility of disease. The vacant plot in the city has become a garbage dump these days. Despite this, the dirt is seen scattered everywhere in the road. Even after complaining by the ward residents, no attention is being paid to it. Something similar was seen on Friday, when the Patrika team inspected the ward, Lal Bahadur Shastri Ward located in the city, behind Shri Ram Mandir Padav Mandla, a pile of garbage could be seen in the empty plot. Dirt garbage, plastic, Water disposal etc. are scattered at road intersections here. Due to which the ward residents who were traveling appeared very upset. A smattering of cattle searching for food is also visible among the heaps of garbage.
Ward councilor does not care
Ward residents say that due to the maintenance of the ward, the ward residents choose the ward councilor to solve the problem of the ward at the time of municipal elections, but what they know, the councilor will not pay attention after the election. The ward councilors do not seem to be concerned with the problems of the ward residents. There is a plethora of problems, be it about water, problems related to housing scheme, there are problems everywhere. Local residents allege that the ward is not inspected by Ward Councilor Komal Kachwaha, due to which the cleanliness is not able to be done here for several days. Due to which the vacant plots are full of garbage and dirt, which is becoming a problem for the people around. Such plots are not even cleaned. But the way cleanliness campaign is being run in the city, It seems that the condition of these vacant plots is going to improve. Work is going on on a war footing to make the city completely clean. Wherever garbage is lying in vacant plots of the city, it has also been warned to get them cleaned and fined those who throw garbage on it.
They
say – The mess spread here is causing a lot of trouble. The vacant plot has become a garbage dump. Due to which the people traveling come out with a gamchha and handkerchief covering their mouth. The problem of the ward is increasing, but there is no one to pay attention to it.
Pratap Kachwaha, Ward Residents There
is a lot of garbage in the empty plot. Due to lack of continuous cleanliness here, there is a possibility of spreading the disease. Even after complaining about it, no attention is being paid to it. In this empty plot, there is often a ruckus of cattle too.
Ankit Kachwaha, there
is dirt in the vacant plot of the ward, but the plight of the drains here is also very high. Drains are full of garbage along with dirty water. For how many days the drains were not cleaned here. Due to which it has become difficult to get out of here.
Kishan Yadav, Ward Resident

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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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