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Mumbai Police cordoned off the road of the Aarey Colony after implication of Section 144 of the Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC) on its residents.
All roads have been blocked to impede around 100 activists, locals and Adivasis after foisting Section 144 on them.
With the consent of Bombay High Court, Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation started recklessly cutting trees in the areas around the rampart of Aarey Colony making space for Metro 3 car shed.
Locals and activists reached the scene shoving towards the barricaded area to count the number of fallen trees. They protested against MMRC and the government for such an action. It resulted in police lathi charge and arrest of 150 people.
Reuben Mascarenhas, national joint secretary of Aam Aadmi Party, also joined the protest and got detained in the police station.
Aditya Thackeray, Shiv Sena leader, criticised Mumbai Metro for cutting more than 1000 trees in Aarey Colony. He defends the activists and locals who are detained by police after protesting against the axing of trees.
He represented Shiv Sena, an ally of BJP party, in support with protesters and requested the chief minister of Maharashtra, Devendra Fadanvis to abolish the charges against the activists and set them free.
He says that it would be shameful for Maharastra for arresting students and youths under the non-bailable section of IPC and some such charts against them. People are showing their love for the environment. Apprehending them under such charges will affect the reputation of India at the United Nations, creating a situation of hypocrisy.
MMRC started cutting trees in the barricaded area of the Aarey colony for the construction of its Metro car shed.
The clash between the Mumbai Metro and the activists of Aarey Colony resulted in the arrest of 29 protestors by Mumbai Police.
Activists and locals barged the barricaded area of the Aarey Colony when the Mumbai Metro started axing trees for Mumbai Metro car shed.
The jostling between activists and Mumbai Metro called up Mumbai police to scene and cordon off the area detaining the people.
Leaders of different political parties came up with the support of the activists and slammed the ruling state government.
While restricting the movement, the Mumbai police arrested 29 protestors and detained several people through lathi charge. NCP MLA Jitendra Awhad, Shiv Sena leader Priyanka Chaturvedi, Sena leader and former mayor Shubha Raul got held at the scene.
A Mumbai driver burnt himself after getting devastated by numerous requests and pleas to various government officials including the chief minister's office for a refund of 2 lakh from the builder.
This Nalasopara autorickshaw driver immolated himself, showing distress towards administration in front of the Collector's office in Palghar on Thursday.
His 70% of the body got burnt entirely on the scene. He got admitted to Sion Hospital, where he took his last breath on Friday.
He filed a charge of fraud against Chand Mohammed Shaikh in 2018 for the refund of Rs 8.32 lakh, but he got only Rs 6.25 lakh from the builder.
After then, he pleaded several times to different authorities and even visited CMO for getting his money back.
The School Boards From Toronto, Peel and York have announced that the schools will remain closed on Monday if the CUPE Ontario workers don’t call off their proposed strike. The boards in a statement cited not able to ensure the security of students as the reason to declare the holiday. The Toronto school board or TDSB has 582 schools and 246,000 students under its administration and is the largest school board in Canada. Toronto Catholic District School Board, the other primary School board of Toronto also declared on Thursday that it would remain close in case of the strike. TDSB, in a statement, said that this decision has been made keeping the health and safety of students in mind and is not a light decision. Other neighboring boards also raised a concern and asked parents to avoid sending their children to schools.
House number 278 in Soudan Avenue in Toronto went to the market for sale but unfortunately did not receive any offers. In June the realtors changed, and in an exciting trick, they slashed the price of the house by 40%. The ploy worked like magic, and the realtors managed to get 4,200 online tours in addition to 100 private showings and 120 participants in the open house. The seller of the home eventually got 11 bids from buyers. The realtor Andre Kutyan in a statement said that after reducing the price to $849,000, a lot of new buyers got interested in the house. He also added that keeping the price too high in a neighborhood where there are a lot of properties won't work and will not attract enough buyers. Kutyan further said that he played a number game in the market and brought the bodies inside the door and hence succeeded in attracting the bids.
The 80’s star Sachin Pilgaonkar received a setback on Thursday and reached an emotional state. The ‘Nadiya Ke Paar’ actor received a shock when he reached his apartment turned office on Thursday to see the renovation work which was undergoing in the apartment.
The office boy responsible for taking care of his apartment Amrut Solanki was allegedly selling the trophies he received as various rewards. What added more hurt in the Marathi’s actor heart was the fact that his office boy sold the awards to a scrap dealer at just 300 rupees per piece.
According to the reports when Sachin and his Manager reached the apartment, they inquired the office boy about the trophies who said that someone might have thrown them as they were packed in a bag due to renovation. The office boy, however, vented the truth in front of the police. He was employed with Sachin for 15 years.
Six locations in Mumbai were searched by the officials of investigative agency Enforcement Directorate in relations to the ongoing crisis at Punjab and Maharashtra Bank. Enforcement Case Information Report (ECIR) also got filed by the agency against the accused Bank after receiving confirmation of the FIR filed against the Bank. Searches by the EOD came after the economic offences wing of Mumbai police arrested the CEO and managing director of Housing development and Infrastructure Limited (HDIL).
The nexus between HDIL and PMC Bank is being held responsible for the economic irregularities. Investigation of the case has brought many peculiar details from both the ends into the limelight. The bank officials helped the owners of HDIL by depositing the money in their accounts. 2000 crore was submitted to the now defunct's company's bosses personal account, even though the loan was sanctioned under the company's name.
Mumbai Police has arrested the suspended Managing Director Joy Thomas of the Punjab and Maharashtra bank. The bank has been undergoing a crisis over a 4,355 crore cheating case. A distressing letter from Thomas alarmed the Reserve Bank of India about the ongoing crisis. The ex Md was arrested after being summoned to EOW office for questioning. The event also saw six raids from Enforcement Directorate in Mumbai after receiving the Knowledge of FIR from EOW office. EOW also arrested Rakesh Wadhawan who holds the position of Chairman and Managing director of Housing Development and Infrastructure Ltd and his son Sarang Wadhawan. Both Father and Son have been sent to custody till 9th October. The pair is being held primarily responsible for causing a loss of 4,355 crores to the bank. In further action, RBI has put certain restrictions on PMC bank after finding financial irregularities.
An MBA couple is winning heart by selling street-side food on the Kandivali metro station. Ashwini Shenoy Shah and her husband, who work in different private firms, have become the new talk of the town. The couple came into limelight after a facebook user Deepali Shah presented them to the World on 2nd October. Deepali, was out on the streets on the morning of Gandhi Jayanti looking for something to eat. This was when she came across a small food stall selling Poha, Idli etc. After eating the food, she interacted with them and according to her, saw the ‘most inspiring act of kindness’.
The couple sold the food cooked by her maid, whose husband has paralysis. The couple supported her maid by selling the food outside Kandivali station from 4 am to 10 am and then head to their offices.