Bikaner witness less rain Bikaner
Bikaner witness less rain
After 22 days of rain, rain fell 9.8 percent this year
On Sunday, after the departure of the monsoon, the clouds were again kind. The city blossomed after the past monsoon rains. Due to the heat and humidity, people were waiting for the rain. Drizzle started in the evening with strong winds and thunder clouds and five minutes of normal rain. The last rain in the city was on 31 August.
After 22 days, the clouds were kind to the city. Kolayat Kakadwala, Lunkaransar also received heavy rains. Despite this, Bikaner district has reduced 9.8 percent rainfall. The district has received 200 mm of rain instead of 221.80 millimeters. Last year, there was 253 mm of rain instead of 221 mm, which is 53 mm more than this year. Now there will be no monsoon rain as the monsoons are gone. Now due to western disturbance or low pressure area, rain may occur.
The entire division has received 11.1 percent less rainfall. The worst effect was on Sriganganagar where 39 percent less rainfall was received while Churu district received 18.9 percent more rainfall. Hanumangarh also received 26.7 percent rainfall. In the rural area, Nokha recorded the highest rainfall of 295, Kolayat 275, Bikaner tehsil 215, 114 in Pugal, Khajwala 110, 224 in Lunkaransar, 128 in Chhattisgarh, 216 in Sridungargarh and 197 mm in Bajju.
Bikaner city has received 226 mm of rain. The average 200 millimeter has been released. The surprising thing is that in September there is no rain except a few. The rains have come only till the end of August. On Sunday, the maximum temperature was 37.2 and the minimum temperature was 26.8 degrees Celsius.
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21 DAM STILL empty
September drought after 8 years, 21 dams are empty despite average 651 mm rainfall
The monsoon in the region continued in September. If we look at the rainfall figures, September was the highest drought in the last 8 years. However, Neemkathana has received an average of 651 mm of rainfall. June received 70 mm of rain compared to 172 mm last year. 381 mm of rain fell in July. In July of 2018, there was 460 mm of rain.
The monsoon became active in August with 159 mm of rain. This had raised hopes that water would reach the dams, but September turned completely dry. In September of 2018, there was 123 mm of rain. Talking about June-July, it received 451 mm of rain, which is 15% less than normal, compared to 632 mm of rainfall last year. Most of the dams are dry due to less rainfall. This time it received 651 mm of rain. In 2018, there was a record 844 mm rainfall.
Raipur dam also drought after two years: Despite the average rainfall after 8 years, all the small and big dams in the area are dry. Two years later the Raipur dam has also dried up completely. One side of the dam is filled with some water. The Shyampur Bihar dam has three feet of water. All other big and small 21 dams are dry. The dam, anicut and the pond are dry even after the normal rains in the season.
Double standards of government on liquor issue
Government believes that alcohol is bad, yet the target of selling 10% more every year
On the one hand, to acknowledge the fact that liquor is bad, a warning has also been issued on the packing of liquor to give this message. The liquor ban in the state is also discussed with the demand of various institutions, despite this, the government is setting a target in every district to sell ten percent more liquor every year.
Not only this, the department of alcohol is not charging the liquor shops and bar operators who do not meet the target of selling liquor. Shopkeepers and bar operators have been forced to adopt an illegal method to meet liquor selling targets. The fine has become a sore throat for private bar owners across the district. In August, the Excise Department imposed a fine of Rs 7 lakh 52 thousand 600 on 40 private bar owners of the district for selling less alcohol and beer. Burdened by the pressure of selling more liquor and beer, bar and shop owners say that if they pay more than the fine, good business will stop.
Under this new rule, the target has also been increased by ten percent of last year's sales on beer bars from this session. The district has been fined 40 times for not meeting the target. The amount of the fine is being recovered. - Sarita Verma, Officer, Excise Office Kishangarh
Penalty is levied for not meeting the target
According to District Excise Officer Girwar Sharma, according to the new excise policy, the target is to sell 10 percent more this year than last year's liquor sales. Last year, the Excise Department in the district earned revenue income of Rs 434 crores, till September this year income of Rs 218 crores has been earned. The target is to earn an income of ten percent ie Rs 43 crore more than last year. Under this, sales targets have been given at liquor shops and bars. Penalties are collected from those who do not complete it. A fine of Rs 10 bulk liter is levied on beer and Rs 20 bulk liter on liquor.
Earlier there was no penalty
Till now the government used to set the target of selling beer at contract shops. But there was no such ban on private beer bars. This led to private beer bar owners buying and selling liquor at will. Beer bar owners wanted to sell more beer so that profits would increase. The system came into effect from 1 August.
Change rules, penalty imposed: The Excise Department has decided to levy penalty on private beer bars from this session in the provision of fine. Taking the last purchased beer as the basis, the target was increased by ten percent.
Highest penalty on Ajmer North: Ajmer North has the highest fine of Rs 4 lakh 13 thousand 380 in Ajmer district. While the lowest fine in Masuda is 3 thousand 113 rupees. However, the fine has been recovered at 17 shops in Ajmer North. Whereas only one shop in Masuda was fined.
Beer demand not increased in private bars
If we look at the data of Excise Department, even though the income of beer has increased in contract shops, the number of private beer bars has not increased. If you calculate the penalty figures, then every shopkeeper is fined for not selling more than ten percent alcohol. That is, he is able to sell less bottles of beer than last year. The main reason for this is that there is an increase in the prices of beer, and secondly, one-half of the price of beer is charged in the bar than in the shops. Because of this only the upper class people go to the beer bar.
Hadcomps in private bar owners | The provision of new fines of the government has caused a stir among private bar owners. Bar owners, on the condition of anonymity, told that the government has increased the prices of beer and liquor drastically.
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BULL TRAPPED IN DRAIN
HERE IS ONE MORE CASE OF GOVERNMENT NEGLIGENCE
Bikaner. Last night a bull got trapped in a small drain in Bikaner city. Hearing the sound of the bull, it got attention when people heard him creaming, a JCB was sent to the district administration on its registration. JCB and the people took the bull out of the drain on their own level. According to the information received, a bull fell into a small drain in Sadul Colony of the city at around 10 pm. The drain was covered with garbage and the bull fell into the drain while hitting it. The bull got stuck in the drain. Hearing his voice, the attention of the colonists went to him. Councilor and social worker Adarsh Sharma reached thereafter knowing about this. When no help came from the police and administration, he said to the district collector. A JCB was sent to it, but no further help came. On this, people arranged lights and rope at their own level. With great difficulty, the bull was tied with a rope and pulled out of the drain. Councilor Adarsh Sharma said that due to the negligence of the corporation, many rivulets have opened in the city. There is garbage in them and there is no cleanliness. Corporation has been given cleaning contracts worth crores of rupees but due to lack of monitoring, cleanliness has not been done. There have been cases of cattle falling in open drains many times before, but no improvement has been taken. Corporation officials were called when the bull fell, but no one picked up the phone.
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The accused name is Akshay Diafode who is a 28-year-old man and was living in Andheri and the victim was living in Santacruz (Mumbai). The culprit confessed his crime and have said that he committed this crime after his proposal was rejected by the woman. The police officer said that the accused created a fake profile of the victim on Facebook and have given her number and have posted derogatory images on her fake profile.
The accused also spread her profile to the relatives of the victim in the intention of shaming her. The victim then started receiving calls from unknown numbers which made her worried about her status, she then took this matter to the police station where the police tracked the IP address of the accused and nabbed him. He has been booked under section 354D (stalking) and 500 (Punishment for defamation with simple imprisonment for a term which may extend to two years with a fine of up to 10 Lakhs.
लखनऊ। डॉ. संपूर्णानंद कारागार प्रशिक्षण संस्थान में मंगलवार को जेल कर्मियों की पासिंग आउट परेड हुई। प्रशिक्षु जेल वार्डरों ने विभाग के मुखिया को सलामी दी। बेस्ट प्रशिक्षार्थी का पुरस्कार जेल वार्डर आशीष सिंह को मिला। आलमबाग स्थित प्रशिक्षण संस्थान में मंगलवार को प्रशिक्षण प्राप्त कर चुके जेल कर्मियों की पासिंग आउट परेड की सलामी डीजी आनंद कुमार ने ली। डीजी ने जीवन में सकारात्मक सोच और परिश्रम से आगे बढ़ने का मंत्र दिया।
अपर महानिरीक्षक वीके जैन ने बताया कि जेल वार्डर संवर्ग का 178वां पांच माह का प्रशिक्षण पूरा हुआ है। प्रशिक्षण में सीखा गया नौकरी के दौरान काम आएगा। परेड में शामिल विभिन्न जेलों के कर्मियों के प्रदर्शन को सभी ने सराहा। इस मौके पर महानिरीक्षक श्रीपर्णा गांगुली, वीपी त्रिपाठी, वरिष्ठ अधीक्षक वीके सिंह औरआरएन पांडेय मौजूद रहे।