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What did the government do for child laborers trapped in lockdown, sought answers from four officers including CS and District Collector
The High Court issued notice to the ADG and DCP North of the state's CS, District Collector, Anti-Trafficking Unit of the state in the case of child laborers stranded in other areas including Shastri Nagar, Bhatta Basti, Sanjay Nagar, Galta Gate and Ramganj due to Corona infection. Asked for the answer.
The court has asked what they are doing for the child laborers trapped in the lockdown. A division bench of CJ Indrajit Mahanati and Justice SK Sharma gave this interim instruction on the PIL of Gopal Singh Baruth on Wednesday. It said that according to the annual health survey conducted by the central government in the year 2010, five percent of the workers are 5 to 14 years old.
A large number of jewelery and bangles are made in the city. Mainly in bangle making factory, small children are made to work day and night. A large number of child laborers are stranded in other areas including Shastri Nagar, Bhatta Basti, Sanjay Nagar, Galta Gate and Ramganj in Jaipur city due to Corona infection across the state. The contractors working with them have not even arranged for their living and food and their health checkup has also not been done. The applicant also gave information about the child laborers to the officers concerned, but the administration and departments have not taken any action for the welfare of these child laborers.
WhatsApp Mobile Learning...
State Education Minister Dotasara said - Arrangements were made to send the material of classes 1 to 12 on WhatsApp daily.
Minister of State for Education Govind Singh Dotasara discussed the preparations of the Education Department through Wednesday's Facebook Live. He said that the Education Department has formed a group of 20 thousand parents under Project Smile. In which arrangements have been made to send the material of classes 1 to 12 on WhatsApp daily. Through which efforts are being made to continue the education of students online.
Dotasara said that the officers, employees, teachers of the department are presently serving the district administration at various levels. He encouraged and encouraged all such teachers. Dotasara said that private schools should not put pressure on parents to pay fees for three months. Also, ensure that there is no interference in the children's education even in the event of non-payment of fees. Government will take action against educational institutions which do not sustain it. In response to a question, he said that he is also urging the coaching institutes to ensure the provision of online education.
More than 16 thousand people directly connected with Education Minister Dotasara under Facebook Live on Wednesday. The Minister of State for Education also replied to the comment live. He said that he will continue to connect with people through social media, email, print and electronic media and solve the questions related to the education department.
Jaipur Discom: Electricity Bills...
Three thousand consumers in the city sent electricity meter reading photos, got the correct bill
Jaipur Discom has corrected the bills of about three thousand consumers in the city in the last three days. Discom had earlier messaged the bill amount to these consumers on the basis of average consumption, but consumers had sent Discom's mobile no. A photo of meter reading was sent on 9413375901. After this, the correct bill has been messaged by the Subdivision Office.
The highest bills have been improved in Jhotwara, Mansarovar, Vaishalinagar, Rambagh and Pratapnagar subdivisions.
Superintendent Engineer SK Rajput of Jaipur Discom said that the ARO immediately updates the system after the meter reading photos are received from the consumer. After this, you are immediately messaging the right bill to the consumer. Those consumers who are having wrong bill meters, they are No. You can take the correct bill by sending a photo of your meter reading to 9413375901.
If you do not submit the bill, then late fees will be charged. Consumers can submit bills through online, net banking, Paytm, Amazon Pay, Rupees, Bijli Mitra app, Billdesk RTGS. Checks can be paid to the Assistant Engineer Office, otherwise large domestic, domestic and industrial consumers will have to pay late fees. Only 150 units monthly domestic and agricultural consumers have been given relief from late fees. However, no consumer's connection will be cut until May 31.
There has been a dispute about sending bills through mobile messages and submitting bills online. Consumers allege that domestic consumers are billed about 45 days instead of monthly bills. This is based on the average of the previous 4 months. Consumers who do not have access to or do not have access to online services will have to unnecessarily pay late payment fees. Discom has not shared information about the billing process on an average basis to consumers through newspapers, TV or other channels.
Bike rider collides with a six-year-old boy playing outside the house, dies
The girl had a deep head injury, fractured both legs.
In Malpura Gate police station area, a six-year-old man injured in a bike collision died during treatment. In this regard, Pawan Kumawat, father of deceased girl Khushboo, resident of Ajmera Colony, Talai of Bajani, has registered a case of culpable homicide against the bike driver on Monday evening.
According to the police, on April 6, at half past six in the evening, Khushboo, who was playing outside the house, was hit by a high speed bike rider. The girl suffered a severe head injury and was fractured in both legs. The seriously injured girl was admitted to SMS Hospital where she died on Sunday after six days of treatment.
On the other hand, relatives say that the girl was hit by a bike rider named Sahil. He escaped after the incident. There was not even a number plate on that bike. The accident research unit (East) in-charge Surendra Singh said that the girl was undergoing treatment at the Troma Center ICU. Late on 12 April, doctors declared him dead. Post mortem has been handed over to family members. A bike rider is being searched.
Problems in maintenance...
Due to increasing lockdown, the system will not be able to maintain maintenance in the state, there will be complaints of power failure in the storm and rain.
The increased lockdown due to corona virus infection will have a bad effect on the power system. This time, the entire pre-monsoon power system in the state has fallen into maintenance. Due to the lockdown, people are in homes, so it is difficult for the maintenance to stop.
Now due to thunderstorms and rain, there will be more complaints of lightning. In such a situation, the management of the electricity distribution companies has asked the contractors of the contracting companies looking for complaints of 'no current' and the teams of electricians watching HT maintenance to be alert. Jaipur Discom MD AK Gupta gave instructions to plan the maintenance three days ago, but now it is being reviewed again due to increasing lockdown.
Along with Jaipur, Jodhpur and Ajmer discoms, the electricity broadcasting company used to start pre monsoon maintenance from the first week of April every year. Due to the first round lockdown, planning was started to start maintenance from April 15, but now due to allow the lockdown to be extended till May 3, maintenance will be planned from May 5 so that consumers do not have problems. However, due to lack of maintenance, electricity will fail due to fault and tripping in peak heat and rain. The government has instructed all the three discoms to supply regular power during lockdown.
This is why maintenance is important
Due to maintenance across the state, electricity has to be shut down thrice in every region. Maintenance goes on throughout the day, so people will have problems due to the power shutdown for three to five days only during two months. HT and LT lines in the state supply electricity to consumers' homes. As a rule, maintenance of power system lines, cables, breakers, transformers, RMUs, fuses, jumpers, poles, GSS is to be done twice a year so that voltage and load can be checked and new transformers can be installed according to demand.
Train cancel till 3 may...
The train facility in the state has also been canceled till 3 May. Including passenger trains, premium trains, mail and express trains. Also the booking has been closed. The freight train is being operated by the Railways. Maintenance work of vehicles is also continuing. With this, flights will remain closed as before. Not all international and domestic flights will be operated. Only cargo planes will be run.
Significantly, bookings were started in trains after April 15. Now all bookings have been canceled due to the lockdown being extended until 3 May. The entire amount will be given back to the people as a refund. The supply of essential materials in the country remains constant, with the objective that Indian Railways is operating special parcel trains. Such trains are also being operated on North Western Railway, which can be contacted by the parcel office of the concerned station to take advantage of it.
According to North Western Railway officials, a total of 266 isolation coaches will be produced here. Out of these, 13 isolates have been prepared. All these coaches will be able to treat more than 3700 patients.
This is how change is happening: the middle berth for the isolation coach is being removed. Each coach will have 14 to 16 patients. 376 patients will be able to be treated in 266 isolation coaches. Right now there are four toilets in a coach, now a toilet is being removed by removing one toilet on each side. Railways have started preparations on the instructions of the Center to combat the epidemic. Isolation coach will be available soon.
Corona in Dausa...
Three new positive cases were reported, the wife, daughter and nephew of the first infected person; Total 11 patients
On Monday, three new cases of corona infection were reported in Dausa. After this, the figure of total positive people has reached 11 here. All of them are from the family of diagnostic lab operators found positive on Saturday. The people found infected today are the wife, daughter and nephew of the lab driver. Those who live in Lalsot. All of them were in quarantine as soon as the first person came positive. After which he was sent to Jaipur today.
The Collector and District Magistrate Avichal Chaturvedi, taking the matter seriously, imposed curfew in Lalsot municipality area three days ago. All shops except medical shops will remain closed. Zero mobility sector has been declared. At the same time, curfew has been imposed in 22 wards of Dausa for the last 10 days. Apart from milk, vegetables and medicine, no shops are opening here.
Earlier there were 7 positive cases in the district. In these also, two positive patients have been re-examined in the negative report. No positive cases were found on Sunday, although 180 samples are yet to be investigated. On Sunday, the department has screened 129 people. So far, 16 thousand 542 people have been screened. 289 survey teams have also surveyed 60 thousand 910 people in 12 thousand 182 houses. 22 suspected patients are admitted in isolation ward while 83 people are in quarantine. In the district, 8 thousand 152 people have been banned for home isolation.
Jaipur Ajmeri Gate Closed...
Ajmeri gate door closed for protection of perkote, figure reached 372 with 29 new cases
The city's Corona positive figure continues to grow. On Monday, 29 new infected people came to the city. All of which belong to Ramganj region. After this, the total number of infected people reached 372 in Jaipur. Of these, more than 300 infected are from Ramganj and its adjoining areas. At the same time, the doors of Ajmeri Gate of Chardiwari were closed. Officials say this has been done to prevent movement of people. Explain that there are a total of 14 gates in the Jaipur boundary wall.
Earlier on Sunday, 40 new patients appeared in Jaipur. Including a nurse resident of Chitrakoot in SMS Hospital and radiographer of Gangauri Hospital. A 13-year-old girl also died there.
Didn't even see the baby's face at the last moment, if you want to be well with your loved ones then stay at home
After the death of a 13-year-old resident of Idgah, his father could not even see his face. After burial in the cemetery of Ghatgate with the team of the Municipal Corporation, the daughter said - The daughter used to live with Nani in Firozabad. The doctors in Agra said they expected to survive and referred him to Jaipur. We were thinking that the girl died due to the disease, but after finding out the corona, the eyes were covered with darkness. At the last moment I could not even see the face of my flower girl.
Money Baisakhi in lockdown...
Money Baisakhi in the lockdown without disturbance and enthusiasm, Langar offerings in the gurdwaras to the poor
Baisakhi festival celebrated with great enthusiasm across the country could not be achieved due to lockdown this time. Fragments on this occasion were also not put. There were no langars to be held at the gurdwaras on this auspicious occasion, but the offerings of the langar were passed on to the poor. At the same time, farmers and villagers in villages and farms followed social distancing.
However, amidst the fear of Corona, a golden picture of the prosperity of the district was also revealed. This time the district produced a record five-year wheat production during the Rabi season. Deputy Director of Agriculture, Dr. GR Matoria said that in 2015-16, wheat was sown in 2.25 lakh hectare, this time in 2.48 lakh hectare.
Due to good rains in Punjab and Himachal, canals got plenty of water this time. As a result, the average wheat production this time has been 4500 kg per hectare as compared to 4050 kg in 2015-16. In this context, 11 lakh 19 thousand metric tonnes of wheat is expected to be produced this time. Wheat harvesting has started in most areas in the district. Which will go till the end of April.
Rajasthan Animal Problem...
MP Dia Kumari wrote to the Chief Minister to protect the unemployed, said - increase the grant of cowsheds
On Monday, MP Dia Kumari wrote a letter to Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot and requested that care should be taken of the needless. He wrote that due to the corona epidemic and lockdown, the lives of humans as well as animal birds are being affected. The cow dynasty depended on the vegetables left in the market and the fodder fed by animal lovers. At this time, these lifeless animals are on the verge of dying of hunger and thirst.
In other religious areas like Galta ji, monkeys and other creatures are also having to face the problem of food. MP Dia Kumari said that about 2900 cowsheds are registered in the state, out of which only 1900 cowsheds are provided by the government. In such a situation, the remaining cowsheds should also be given a grant.
MP Dia Kumari said that the fodder coming from Punjab and Haryana has also come down due to the lockdown. In this case, fodder is getting expensive. Therefore, the grant amount given to cowshed should also be increased.