Local news of city Jodhpur India
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Late in funeral due to flight
Even after giving 1.08 lakh rupees for air travel tickets, two brothers could not see the last of their brother
The family was crying at the Mumbai airport waiting for the flight to come to Jodhpur on Sunday afternoon. The flight was to fly from Mumbai at 9.30 am to reach Jodhpur at 11.20 am. On the death of his brother living in Dhundhara, two brothers had immediately booked four tickets for 1.08 lakh rupees so that they could have a final darshan. Air India officers at the airport are coming for the flight - they are coming and saying, keep increasing the time. Meanwhile, IndiGo flight from Mumbai also flew at 11.30 am.
Finally, Air India flight left at 3:30 pm and reached Jodhpur at 5.15 pm. Both brothers could not pay their last respects to their brother. Air India flight from Mumbai to Jodhpur leaves at 9.30 am daily. Chhatrasinh of Dhundara, who has been doing business in Bengaluru for nearly 40 years, was informed on Saturday evening that brother Kalyan Singh, living in Majhal village of Dhundara, has passed away.
He got his wife, son Nathusinh, younger brother Ranjit Singh and himself booked for a flight to Mumbai for Rs 1.08 lakh so that they could reach the Dhundara village by 12 am on Sunday to pay their last respects. They reached Mumbai from Bangalore in the morning, but the flight continued to lie down. It was said for the first time that this flight will leave at 10.30 am. Even after this, the family started getting late and requested Air India to transfer them to IndiGo flight leaving at 11.30.
The officers present said that our flight would leave at 12.30 pm but did not fly. Meanwhile, both brothers became restless. The passenger present handled them. Passengers also protested in front of Air India employees that when you do not know when the flight will leave, why did not they leave from Indigo. After all, the flight flew to Jodhpur at 3.15 pm, but by then the cremation was done in the village due to the obligation of cremation before sunset. Chhatrasingh and Ranjitsingh could not pay their last darshan despite spending 1.08 lakh rupees due to Air India's lethality. Laxmikant Pitti, a businessman from Jodhpur, went to get his father checked in Mumbai.
Shifting of children
Order to shift children in three days and close teenage homes
The crisis has arisen for the 15 neglected children in Rajsamand Kishor Griha. A crisis has arisen for these children to make other transfers. Commissioner of Child Empowerment Department and Government Secretary Veena Pradhan has issued an order to close government juvenile homes in eight districts of the state including Rajsamand. Orders have been issued to send the neglected children living here to other places.
Under Section 50 (1) for children aged 6 to 18 years who need care and protection under the Children's Care and Protection Act 2015, juvenile homes and child communication houses are built together on Deothadi Road in the city. Orders have been issued to separate the juvenile home and child communication house after objecting under the JJ Act. On this, instructions have been given to vacate the juvenile home in three days. This has created a new problem in front of the children living in adverse conditions.
There are currently 15 destitute and orphan children in the juvenile home. After ordering the closure of the juvenile home in three days, the probation officer issued an order to the State Communications Officer to vacate the juvenile house in three days. In such a situation, they will have to find a new place in three days. So far they have not found any place where the problem of keeping these destitute and orphaned children has arisen. At the same time, the government is now planning to build a safe juvenile home at the division level. By the time the new shelter home will be built, this problem has arisen where the children will be.
Commissioner Veena Pradhan told the order behind closing of juvenile homes, that according to the JJ Act, communication houses and juvenile homes cannot be operated simultaneously. Both types of houses are operating simultaneously in these districts. Dishonest and protected children are living together. Normal children are also being affected due to abusive children. The court had given instructions in this regard several times in the past to separate the two. Seeking to build a new juvenile home, member of the CWC, Gajendra Singh said that in compliance with the JJ Act, the juvenile home and communication house have been separated, but the closure of the juvenile house will cause inconvenience to the destitute children. For which the government will be demanded to build back a new juvenile home.
Jalor sirohi mp devji meet to cm ashok gehlot
Jalore-Sirohi MP Devji Patel, who came to meet Chief Minister Gehlot in the same queue during the Junsunwai
A different view was seen in Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot's public hearing held in Jodhpur. Devji Patel, MP from Jalore-Sirohi, went to meet the Chief Minister along with the general public. On seeing MP Devji, Gehlot spoke to him. Devji Patel sought to punish the guilty doctors in the case of the negligent death of a pregnant woman of the tribal society of Sirohi district. The Chief Minister immediately called the Divisional Commissioner and ordered an inquiry into the matter.
Devji Patel said that he sought time to meet Chief Minister Gehlot, but he was not given time. In such a situation, he reached the public standing here today in Jansunwai. Devji told the Chief Minister that on 2 October, a tribal took his pregnant wife to the hospital in Shivganj for treatment. The doctors there referred to Sirohi as anemic. In Sirohi, doctors demanded blood from the husband of a tribal woman. On the same day a large number of people donated blood in Sirohi.
Many people were returned without donating blood due to blood donation in excess of the capacity of the hospital's blood bank. Despite this, the doctors did not provide blood to a tribal woman and referred her to Udaipur. The woman gave birth to a dead baby due to not receiving blood on time. He blamed the hospital administration for this and demanded action against him. After listening to Devji, Chief Minister Gehlot summoned the Divisional Commissioner and ordered him to take action against the guilty doctors by investigating the entire case.
CM visit for 2 days
Workers gathered to welcome Chief Minister Gehlot on long two-day visit to Jodhpur
Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot arrives in Jodhpur on a two-day visit on Monday. At the airport, the Chief Minister was welcomed by various organizations, citizens and public representatives with undue favor. This is the first time since the Lok Sabha elections that the Chief Minister has reached Jodhpur on a two-day visit and will take part in a large number of celebrations here. At the same time, Gehlot will find the pulse of the workers regarding the preparations for the proposed election of the Municipal Corporation.
Gehlot came to Jodhpur thrice after the Lok Sabha elections, but twice when he passed away when someone died. Whereas for the third time he stayed at the airport for a while while going from here to Khivansar. In such a situation, the party workers of Jodhpur were eagerly awaiting Gehlot's visit to Jodhpur. In such a situation, a large number of workers welcomed him strongly at the airport today.
The Chief Minister has a very busy schedule in the city today. In the evening, he will meet the workers and take feedback about the preparations for the municipal elections. A large number of activists willing to contest the corporation elections are also hovering around Gehlot. Everybody is trying to meet him in some way. At the same time, Gehlot is meeting everyone collectively.
State Child Protection Commission President Sangeeta Beniwal, MLA Manisha Panwar, Mahendra Vishnoi, Divya Madern, Hiraram Vishnoi, former JDA chairman Rajendrasinh Solanki, former chairman of Rajsikas Sunil Parihar, former MP Badriram Jakhar, public representatives, organizations, organizations and generals at the Chief Minister's airport. Citizens wore bouquets of Chief Minister, wearing colorful garlands of cotton and cotton, and provided bouquets Welcomed with Apnayt. Several organizations, organizations and citizens also submitted memorandums to the Chief Minister at the airport.