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Jain Terapanth Youth Council provided food and water to the needy persons in Bangalore
Jain Terapanth Youth Council made arrangements for food packets and water for the needy under the Annapurna Scheme during the lockdown in Bangalore. Many Minister were present during this program.
The Jain Terapanth Youth Council and Jain Shwetambar Sthalakwasi Sangh made arrangements for food packets and water for the needy. More than one thousand sanitation workers were given snacks under the Annapurna Scheme being run by the Terapanth Youth Council during the lockdown in the city. According to Vikram Pitaliya of Terapanth Youth Council and Mahavir Derasaria, President of Youth Council, the cleaners thanked them.
Samani Sanchitpragya, Prasanna Pragya started the program with Mangal recitation. On this occasion, President of Hassan Terapanth Sabha Jayanti Lal Kothari, Minister Sohan Tateed, Teyup President Mahesh Surana, Minister Vinay Tateed, Sthanwakasi President Vasant Vora, Minister Kamlesh Sipani, President of the idol worshiper Devraj Parlecha, Minister Nirmal Dhoka, Jayant Guglia, Anmol Kothari, Gaurav Guglia etc. were present.
Central Government released 1761 crore Under MNREGA for the state
Minister of State for Rural Development in the Legislative Assembly said that the central government has released Rs 1761 crore under MNREGA to help the people of rural areas. Through this fund wages will be given to the workers and can be used to provide drinking water and sanitation.
Minister of State for Rural Development and Panchayat K.S. Eshwarappa said that under Mahatma Gandhi National Employment Guarantee Scheme, the central government has released Rs. 1761 crore for the state.
Eshwarappa said in the Legislative Assembly here on Tuesday that due to the lockdown, the central government has released Rs 1761 crore under MNREGA to help the people of rural areas, out of which Rs 1039 crore is owed to the workers. After paying this, the government will save 422.20 crore rupees and the state government's share of 256 crore rupees is available and adding this money, construction work will be further accelerated in the coming time.
He informed that the state government has increased the wages of MNREGA workers by Rs. 24. The wages of laborers have been increased from Rs.269 per day to Rs.285. 40 lakh rupees have been released for every panchayat and asked to do permanent construction work.
He said that 79 talukas of the state have been declared drought affected and Rs 1 crore has been released for each taluk. This money can only be used for drinking water and sanitation. Rs 25 lakh has been released for drinking water in drought prone talukas.
Karnataka Milk Producers Federation will send 1.75 lakh liters milk to Andhra Pradesh
1 lakh 75 thousand liters of milk per day from the Karnataka Milk Producers Federation (KMF) will be sent to Andhra Pradesh in the lockdown. This proposal was approved by the Andhra Pardesh that they will purchase the milk from KMF.
The Andhra Pradesh government has approved a proposal to purchase 1 lakh 75 thousand liters of milk per day from the Karnataka Milk Producers Federation (KMF) even amid lockdown. This gave some relief to KMF. KMF had 8 lakh 84 thousand liters of milk saved every day due to the huge drop in milk demand due to the lockdown. There is a problem with the marketing of this milk. KMF also supplies milk to Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Telangana. But the supply is stalled there.
According to KMF President Balachandra Jarkiholi, 69 lakh milk is being stored every day in the state. KMF is upset over the drop in demand for 46 lakh liters of milk and yogurt every day due to the lockdown. But despite the extra storage of milk even in this odd situation, the federation has decided to keep it unchanged keeping in mind the interests of the farmers only. Ghee, cheese, butter, sweets are being made from the extra milk.
Water Consumption in Bangalore has reduce due to shutdown of industries
Around 1 crore people use the Kaveri river water. But due to the lockdown industries are closed and hence the Water Consumption is also reduce. The District Supply Board supplied 1300 to 1350 MLD water in the first week of april which is less than the previous year.
According to the board's chief engineer Kemparamayya, 8 lakh 70 thousand houses of the city are being supplied water by the board. Around 1 crore consumers of the city use the water of Kaveri River every day for various tasks like bathing, washing clothes. Due to the Corona virus, people are using more water to clean their hands. The demand for water has come down due to the shutdown of most of the industry.
Water is not being used in more than 60 thousand commerce packages of the city. Due to this reason, the water consumption in the city has now decreased by 100 MLD (Million of Litre Per Day). The District Supply Board had supplied 1500 MLD water to the city in the month of April last year, now in the first week of the same month the board supplied 1300 to 1350 MLD water. Is supplying Even if the demand for water rises to 1500 MLD in the second and third week of this month, there is no problem in supplying such quantity of drinking water due to adequate water storage in KRS dam.
At the same time, additional drinking water is available with the board due to the stagnation of drinking water being supplied to most commercial units of the city. The supply of water is also being ensured to the hospitals in proportion to the demand.
Karnataka High Court dismissed the demand to open liquor shops in the state
The PIL filed for the demand to open liquor shops by Dr. Vinod Kulkarni was dismissed by the High Court, as it is not being a public interest. He was also fined Rs. 10000 for wasting the time of the Court.
The Karnataka High Court on Tuesday dismissed the PIL filed for the demand to open liquor shops closed due to the lockdown. At the same time, by filing a PIL on the useless demand, for wasting the court's time, the petitioner Dr. Vinod Kulkarni was fined Rs. 10,000.
While hearing the petition online, a bench of Chief Justice Abhay Srinivas Oak and Judge BV Nagaratna, dismissed it as not being a public interest issue. It is not a matter of public interest.
The court directed the petitioner, Dr. Vinod Kulkarni, to withdraw the petition and directed to deposit a fine of ten thousand rupees in the Chief Minister's Relief Fund to prevent Corona virus infection. After depositing the amount in the next two days, instructions have also been given to send the receipt to the Registrar of the court.
Municipality sprayed around 200 liters chemical in Karnataka
Every possible effort is being made to beat Corona in the State. Municipality has sprayed around 200 liters of chemical in various places like Women's Hospital, Banks etc. and even sprayed from link road in Karnataka to Lower Mall Road .
The municipal team on Saturday sprayed the chemical in various places including the Women's Hospital, Dharanaula Post Office, Urban Bank, ICICI Bank, Ralapali, Pandekhola Rural Area, Narsingh Bari, Chinakhan on Saturday.
With the help of a fire service vehicle, the municipality sprayed the chemical from Link Road in Karnataka to Lower Mall Road. Cleaning inspector Laxman Singh Bhandari said that the municipality has sprayed 200 liters of chemical in various places of the city so far. Every effort is being made by the municipality to beat Corona.
Groceries will be distributed even without ration cards to poor families
In a meeting with legislators and members of the Legislative Council it has been decided that ration will be distributed to the the poor people even those who don't have the Ration Card during this corona Crisis.
Chief B.S. Yeddyurappa said that orders have been given to distribute ration even without ration cards to the poor families facing crisis due to the lockdown situation applicable for prevention of corona virus in the state.
Chief Minister Yeddyurappa, in a meeting with legislators and members of the Legislative Council of the city of Bangalore in the conference on Saturday, informed about all the precautionary steps taken by the government to prevent corona infection.
Addressing the press conference after the meeting, Yeddyurappa said that some very poor people have not got the information about the ration card, so the officials have been instructed to distribute ration to such people without ration cards. He said that in the meeting, when he appealed to the public representatives to support the strict implementation of the lockdown, he assured all possible support and appreciated the steps taken by the government to prevent corona.
Marwari Youth Federation distributed Food packets to the needy people
Karnataka Marwari Youth Federation in collaboration with BBMP is distributing 1000 food packets daily to the needy families with the help of police. DCP Sara Fatima and ACP Satish Mahalingayya distributed masks and sanitizers for the police personnel.
On behalf of Maheshwari Sabha, Karnataka Marwari Youth Federation is distributing 1000 food packets daily in collaboration with BBMP. Bhagwandas Lahoti, the secretary of the assembly, said that on Friday, packets of food items were distributed to 200 needy families with the help of police. On this occasion, DCP Sara Fatima and ACP Satish Mahalingayya met and distributed masks and sanitizers for the police personnel.
Dadi Dham Prachar Samiti is distributing food packets of afternoon and evening daily. Committee Chairman Shivkumar Tekdiwal thanked Major Pradeep Arya, MP Tejashwi Surya, Councilor Nalini-Manju, Working Committee convenor Mahesh Aggarwal, Om Prakash Poddar, Ramakant Saraf, Secretary Sanjay Choudhary, Krishnakumar Kyal and others. He told that till now we have served in Bomasandra, Tipasandra, Enchalahalli, Rajarajeshwarinagar, Jalahalli, Peeniya, City Market, Vijayanagar.
Supreme Court in favor to remove blockade from the boundaries of Karnataka and Kerala
In the Karnataka and Kerala case, High Court had directed the central government to lift the blockade imposed on the Karnataka border. Now, Supreme Court is in favor to remove the blockade so that patients from Kerala will be able to access emergency medical care in the hospitals of Karnataka.
In the Karnataka vs Kerala case, the Supreme Court is in favor of the agreement between the two states. The court asked the Union Health Secretary to talk to the health secretaries of both the states. The Supreme Court said that in these circumstances both states should not increase the issue. The High Court had directed the central government to lift the blockade imposed on the Karnataka border.
This order has been given by the High Court to allow patients from Kerala to access emergency medical care in the hospitals of Karnataka. Karnataka says that the implementation of this order will boost law and order issues as the local population opposes the entry of people from Kasargod district, which has a high number of COVID-19 cases.
It has been said that in view of the outbreak of COVID-19 cases in Kasargod district, road boundaries have been sealed in the interest of public health emergency. It has also been said in the petition that this is a dispute between two states, on which only the Supreme Court can hear. The Kerala High Court has given this decision outside its jurisdiction.
People threw stones at the police team
In Hubli, Karnataka, people wanted to gather in Mosque for Namaz, but police stopped them for the gathering. After this people threw stones at the police and 4 policemen got injured.
In Hubli, Karnataka, a group of people threw stones at the police for not being gathered for the namaaz. In which 4 policemen were injured. This information was given by a senior police officer. The police were stoned for not allowing the people gathered at a mosque in Hubli for prayers. Police Commissioner R Dileep said that some people present in the crowd were injured during this period.
People wanted to gather together in one place for Namaz. The police were on rounds during this time and told them that they could not gather for Namaz. The government's order is that people should not unite and keep distance from each other to stop Coronavirus.
Later some people tried to convince the angry mob that the police were doing their work but despite convincing people, they did not agree and they threw stones at the police. During this time 4 policemen were injured. At present, there is peace in the area and the policemen are also fine.