Local news of city Jaisalmer India
Instructions to provide complete medicines
Collector Namit Mehta instructed the CMHO that areas where dengue and fever have been identified.
Collector Namit Mehta instructed the CMHO to ensure proper arrangements for first aid in the areas where dengue and fever patients have been diagnosed. He also directed that they should ban the medical officers and ANMs of the area to ensure immediate arrangements for treatment wherever fever patients are found. Along with this, by conducting awareness program regarding dengue and fever, people should be informed about their goals and measures.
Collector Mehta gave these instructions in the weekly meeting of water, electricity and seasonal diseases held at the Collectorate Auditorium on Monday. In the meeting ADM O.P. Vishnoi, Chief Executive Officer Omprakash, Deputy Commissioner Deputy Investor Devaram Suthar, District Logistics Officer Bharat Bhushan Goyal as well as District Officer were present. He emphasized that the CMHO should get the arrears of Rajshree Yojana and Janani Suraksha Yojna in a state of zero by expeditious payment.
He directed the Commissioner Municipal Council to do fogging in the city for the prevention of mosquitoes, while carrying out a campaign to harvest the acacia. Keeping the Deepawali festival in mind, he emphasized on making the city's sanitation system even better, as well as proper arrangement of roadlight and lights. He also called for decorative lighting on the fort. He also instructed to run the rain shelters smoothly in view of the winter season.
The commissioner informed that fountain operations have been started at the main intersections of the city. The Collector instructed the Superintending Engineer to maintain the drinking water supply in the district and repair the defective hand pumps in time. He took information from the Executive Engineer PWD about the screw work of the roads and instructed to get the screw work done soon and make the list available. He instructed the Superintending Engineer to clean the soil of the skins and miners soon.
Diwali celebration in school
The festival of Diwali was celebrated with gaiety at the Gandhi Bal Mandir festival. Students cheering in the program
The festival of diwali was celebrated with gaiety at the Gandhi Bal Mandir festival. The students participated enthusiastically in the program. On this occasion, plate decorations, lamp decorations, rangoli and mehndi competition were organized. On this occasion, Phuljariya was lit by young children. All the teachers supported the program.
Principal Anjita Jain thanked everyone and congratulated diwali. Similarly, Deepotsav was organized on Monday at the local KDR public school. Under which the Diya Making Competition was organized among the students. Along with this, a classroom decoration competition was also organized between the three house ground squads, water squads and air squads of the school. The classes were observed by Committee President Kamlesh Changani, Secretary Prem Prakash Bissa and Principal Deepak Vyas.
Gift packets were distributed by the Principal to all the students on the occasion of Deepawali. Competitions were conducted by teacher Mansi Chacha. During this time, teacher Piyush Bisa, Krishnapal Singh, Saurabh Shrimali, teacher Hema Chura were fully supported. Similarly, the Deepotsav was celebrated with joy at the Kremlin Public School run by Santosh Shikshan Sansthan. A diya making competition was organized on the occasion. All the students hugged each other and greeted Deepawali and burst firecrackers. Organization Manager Parmanand Soni thanked the guests and highlighted the importance of Deepotsav.
Similarly, a two-day Deepotsav program was inaugurated at the local St. Paul's School. In which, on the first day, about 32 Rangolis were made in different groups by the students of class VIII to X. Similarly, Diwali festival was celebrated with pomp at the local Little Heart Secondary School. Various competitions were organized on this occasion.
Armed salute given by soldiers to fusaram
Border Security Force at Badoragaon Government Higher Secondary School Moolana on Monday
On Monday, Border Security Force officers and soldiers paid tributes to Shaheed Fusaram Chauhan at Government Higher Secondary School Moolana on the occasion of Police Martyrdom Day. Inspector Mangalsingh was present as the chief guest at the program organized under the chairmanship of Principal Govind Singh Nathavat. Along with the guests, Veerangana garlanded the martyr and laid a wreath. Marty Fusaram was given an armed salute by BSF personnel under the leadership of Inspector Mangal Singh. The whole atmosphere resonated with the deafening slogans of Bharat Mata Ki Jai and Amar Shaheed Fusaram Amar Rahe.
Introducing the martyr, Mangal Singh saluted his martyrdom. He said that on December 15, 1991, Fusaram attained martyrdom during a landmine burst during patrolling in Tripura. He made a proclamation of Veerangana on behalf of the department. Principal Govind Singh and Ratansingh took the blessing of Veerangana by covering him with a shawl. Poonam Singh greeted the martyr son Narayan Singh by wearing a safa. Several villagers including Indrasingh, Babulal, Bhagwanram, Govind Khatri, Prayag Singh, Gopal Singh, Leelaram, Narayan Das, Raisingh, Bagsingh, Pappu, Parbat Singh and Amrit Singh attended the ceremony. The program was moderated by lecturer Devilal Devpal.
A tribute program was organized on Monday at the martyrdom of Shaheed Guman Singh Bhati in Rumavi, located in the village of Chayan. In the program, martyrdom was remembered by paying tribute to BSF jawans, BJP leader Mahant Pratappuri and martyr's wife Jatan Kanwar in front of the statue of Shaheed Bhati. BSF personnel present in the program, including BSF Guard Commander Ram Roop Singh Hada, IG Sanjay Sharma, saluted the statue of Shaheed Guman Singh Bhati along with honorable battalion rules. The BSF officer said in his address that the world salutes the martyrs. After learning from such brave sons, we should all follow their path.
He said that I bow to such mother power. Who sent her younger son Jaswant Singh Bhati to BSF even after her husband received Virgati. The martyr's sons are currently posted in Jalandhar, Punjab. During the program, Veerangana Jatan Kanwar was honored by Swami Pratappuri Maharaj and KK Sharma with a shawl. Martyred sons in the program were Nathu Singh Bhati, former Rajput Seva Samiti president Ranidansingh, Ajaypal Singh Awai, Nokh Sarpanch Meghsingh, Dungarsingh, Meghsingh Modardi, Bhursingh Bhati, Kalusinh, Chansingh, Om Bharathi, social worker Swaroop Sharma, Girdhar Singh Tekra, Pradhan Kandhanadhyakash , Many villagers including Mahavir Soni were present.
Salute to martyrdom with mourning parade
On Monday, through a condolence parade on the Martyr's Day in the police line, tributes were paid to those brave sons who
On Monday, through a condolence parade on the Martyr's Day in the police line, a tribute was paid to the brave sons who sacrificed their lives while performing duty. The parade was organized and a salute was given under the leadership of Inspector Police of Kanta Singh. After this, the SP read 292 martyred martyrs last year and offered flowers to the martyrs by paying tribute to the martyrs. During this period, police officers / staff and retired personnel posted at the district headquarters paid tribute to the martyr memorial.
SP Jaisalmer Dr. Besides Kiran Kang Sidhu, the function was attended by Additional Superintendent of Police Jaisalmer Rakesh Bairwa City, Kotwal Kishan Singh, Thanadikari Police Station Jaisalmer Nathusinh, and RI Police Line Jaisalmer Kantasingh Dhillo, Havildar Major Jalsingh and all police officers / employees posted at district headquarters and retired police personnel Shivlal Garg , Purushottam Purohit, Hasina and others were present. Martyr's day is celebrated in memory of the brave soldiers who laid down their lives in October 1959, 55 years ago, while protecting the motherland in the inaccessible region of Ladakh.
Police Day is celebrated in every police organization and institution of the country to remember the sacrifices of these heroes and get inspiration from them. In this order, SP Dr. Kiran Kang Sidhu and all the top officials reached the memorials of martyrs Jagan Nath Sharma and Shaheed Poonam Singh who were martyred while staying in the district police and paid tributes. Plantation was carried out by all officers / employees along with SP Kiran Kang in the police line. After this, SP Dr. Kiran Kang, while working in the district police, while performing her duty, went to the martyred policemen's house and met her family members, asked them about their skills and got any information of any kind and the police department was ready for them at all times. Assured to stay.
Education program by army
The soldiers guarding the borders of the country who always have guns in their hands, but on the Pak border adjacent to Jaisalmer
The soldiers guarding the borders of the country, who always have guns in their hands, but on the Pak border adjoining Jaisalmer, in their spare time, along with chalk and blackboard, they are also awakening education. This is the reality of the BSF on the Pak border with Jaisalmer, which creates respect and belonging for the soldiers in the hearts of the people here, and the youth drawn by this familiarity to provide quality schooling to the children of the border villages of Jaisalmer in their spare time. In this unique home courtyard project run by BSF, children are studying Hindi English Mathematics. At the same time, they are also learning the way of living.
The inaccessible border of the district, where sandy dhore is spread far away and on this border, in 1971, Pakistan had made a disastrous plan to join this part of India, but this nefarious plan of Pakistan was given by the patriotic people. The BSF, which has been guarding the borders away from the wars for the last long time, has now become a part of the life here and the BSF and the local people have also come to understand very well and it is the result of mutual harmony and belonging that the BSF resides in these areas The people consider the people as their own family and fueled by this sentiment, the BSF has made up its mind to teach in the border villages.
Villagers living here are deprived of all the basic facilities of the government. Even though there are no government teachers in these schools in the villages on the Indo-Pak border, the BSF personnel are regularly providing education to the children here and this is not an amateur work, but a regular process. In this, the soldiers guarding the borders are duty bound and they go to these schools and teach children according to their ability.