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Skyscraper at new roadways
Skyscraper at new roadways bus stand on Tuesday under Dussehra Festival organized by Bijayanagar Municipality
Giant effigy of Ravana was burnt amidst skyscrapers at the new Roadways bus stand on Tuesday under the Dussehra Festival organized by the Bijayanagar Municipality. A large crowd gathered on the second ground fair. Colorful fireworks were set up by the showers at 7:15 pm. During this time effigies of Ravana, Meghnad and Kumbhakarna were burnt. Earlier, the grand procession of Lord Shri Ram from the Laxminarayan temple premises started with devotional swords with gazelle which was on the fair ground located on the new roadways bus stand, passing the Shiv Mandir, Bapu Bazaar, Mahaveer Bazar, Peepli Chauraha, Beawar Road, Kushwaha Farm House Road. Arrived.
During the procession, Municipal President Sachin Sankar, former city Congress president Rajendra Sharma, councilor Naushad Mohammed, Sanjay Sharma, former councilor Gopal Swaroop Kumawat, Sitaram Panwar, Seva Dal Congress president Gyanchand Chaudhary, Tarun Kachhwa were present along with the residents. Gorgeous and adorable tableaux were decorated in the grand Dussehra fair. At the same time, presentations of cultural and colorful programs tied together. Attractive swings and stalls of delicious dishes were also set up in the fair, which the townspeople enjoyed fiercely. Masuda MLA Rakesh Pareek attended the function as the Chief Guest. Congress leader Sangram Singh Gurjar was a special guest in the program.
The chairmanship was chaired by the Municipal Commissioner Sachin Sanket Municipal Vice President Sahadev Singh Kushwaha was the special guest at the ceremony. Executive Officer Mukesh Sharma welcomed the guests. During the program, crowds of surrounding rural areas including Bijayanagar gathered. Local administration remained vigilant during the organizing of Dussehra fair. In view of law and peace system, Tehsildar Swati Jha, Police Officer Vijay Singh Rawat, kept watch of Police Japte. Additional Japtas were also called from the police line to control the situation.
Draft. This year too, the children of the town burnt Ravana's effigy. In the locality of Kanwar posts of the town, small children made effigies of Ravana on their own level and cheered Ravan Dahan by conveying the victory of truth over untruth. The children filled the excitement of the residents by making a 12 feet effigy of Ravana. At the same time, burning the symbol of evil gave the message of victory of truth. During this time the distinguished citizens of the locality were present.
Burning Ravana on Dussehra at Subhash Stadium gave the message of goodness victory over sin. Every year, Dussehra was celebrated by making 51 feet high Ravana with the help of villagers, but if Ravan was not made this year, then the children and youth took the initiative and burnt the effigy by making small Ravan. A tableau was decorated on this macaque. Fireworks were done in the evening.
The Vijay Dashami festival was celebrated on Tuesday in the Kidji school premises in Adarsh Nagar. On this occasion, 15 feet of Ravana was burnt by the school. Fireworks were performed before Ravana Dahan. At the same time, children took the form of Rama, Lakshmana, Sita, Lakshmana and Hanuman. Paras Panch of Congress was present as the chief guest on the occasion. Who encouraged the school members by praising the program organized by the school.
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In order to prevent the increase in power rates on mineral grinding industries already facing recession, Small Industries Association President Ashish Pal Padawat organized a two-day camp in the office premises. In which he invited suggestions and objections from various organizations and general consumers besides industrialists. So far, the Sangh has received more than 450 such objections and suggestions. After a detailed examination of the objections and suggestions received, a list of about 66 points was made by the Union. In which an attempt was made to include all these suggestions and objections. With this list, all suggestions and objections received so far will be presented to the Commission officials on Friday from the Union.
Apart from these, Rajputana Mines and Minerals Merchant Association President Radhavallabh Maheshwari and other industrialists also made their entrepreneurs aware in this regard. So that more and more objections can be presented before the Commission. Union President Ashish Pal Padawat told that Surendra Singh Rajpurohit, Vijay Heda, Dinesh Gupta, Basant Jangid, Sunil Dangi, Kapil Kothari, Anil Jamad, Naveen Heda, Sandeep Jain, Dinesh Bhoota, Prince Ostwal, Sundar Taurani, Dilip Chavda, Along with Dinesh Chaudria, other entrepreneurs were supported.
Rajasthan Electricity Regulatory Commission sought suggestions and objections from consumers regarding a petition presented by the Electricity Distribution Corporation regarding the possible increase in electricity rates. There are more than 450 objections and suggestions from Beawar alone which will be presented by the Small Industries Association to the Commission on Friday in Jaipur.
Apart from industrialists, various organizations and general consumers are also among those presenting objections. It is known that the Rajasthan Electricity Regulatory Commission had objected to the consumers till October 4 regarding the possible increase in electricity rates. These objections will then be heard by the Commission. Only then will it be decided whether the electricity rates will increase or remain the same.
Gujjar breaks fast after MLA Pareek's assurance
BJP country district minister Kailash Gurjar's fast-unto-death for the appointment of doctors to the vacant posts in the state hospital ended on Saturday evening.
BJP country district minister Kailash Gurjar's fast-unto-death for the appointment of doctors to the vacant posts in the state hospital ended on Saturday evening after Masuda MLA Rakesh Pareek arrived at the fast-unto-death and assured quick action.
MLA Pareek ended the fast unto death by feeding Gujjar with juice. It is worth noting that on September 23, the BJP countryside district minister Gurjar was on a fast unto death outside the hospital, seeking the appointment of vacant posts of chief physicians in the state hospital.
During this time, their conditions also worsened, despite this, they remained on this issue related to public interest. On Saturday at 4 pm, Masuda MLA Rakesh Pareek arrived at the venue of the meeting along with Palashikar Sachin Sanket and Vice President Sahadev Singh Kushwaha. Where the sitting BJP country minister held talks with the Gujjar and the present citizens. During the talks, he assured a quick action on the appointment of doctors in the hospital, and beat the countryside district minister Gurjar by giving him a juice and broke the fast unto death. During this, MLA Pareek informed that in Bijayanagar Hospital, he is working very seriously about the shortage of doctors.
After becoming MLA, doctors have also been appointed in Bijayanagar, Bandanwada, Bhinay and Masuda. Two doctors have also been appointed in Bijayanagar Hospital. At the same time, there will be more appointment of doctors after the transfer list of doctors released soon.
Continuous efforts have been made for this. MLA Pareek said that along with the hospital, they are trying for the all-round development of the area. Their aim is to be ready to serve as a public servant. During this, Chairman of Urban Development Committee Shyam Nagauri, Councilor Brijesh Tiwari, Naushad Mohammed, Vinay Bhandari, Gopalwaroop Kumawat, Sanjay Sand, Kailash Jat of Kisan Mahasabha, Tarun Kachhwa and other MLAs also reached the dharna site along with Pareek.
Second and former municipal councilor Indrajit Mewada, former BJP board president Madangopal Baldi, Naurtmal Lodha, BJP AC cell state vice president Om Jedia, board president Ashish Sand, general secretary Amit Lodha, former Zilla Parishad member Kailash Jat, former Sarpanch of Badli Ghisalal Patel, farmer Front President Manish Vaishnav, VHP President Dhanraj Kavadia, Councilor Lekhraj Bairwa, Surendra Singh Bhati, Balchand Ja Gid, Laduram Gujjar, Lord Gujjar, Gopal Gujjar, Prahlad was present at Shrwasi indefinite venue including Mundra.