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ASI arrested for taking bribe...
ASI arrested for taking 10 thousand bribes, asking for money for leaving bike and not filing a case
ASI Butter Lal, working at Sultana police station in Chidawa area of the district, was arrested taking a bribe of Rs 10,000. The bribe was demanded by the SI for abandoning the seized bike and not filing a case. Which ACB traps after taking bribe. At present, the accused is being arrested and questioned. Simultaneously the amount has also been recovered.
According to the police, the complainant Vikram informed the ACB that he was playing Tashpatti on April 12 along with five-seven persons. During this time Sultana came on the spot with Incharge ASI. On seeing the police, the complainant fled from the spot. At the same time, the police arrested two people and also took the complainant's bike and took it to the police station. When the complainant told his uncle's son the whole matter, he reached the police station to talk. Where a bribe of 25 thousand was demanded by ASI for abandoning the bike and not filing a case.
On getting the information of the case, the case was verified by ACB on 14 April. In which 10 thousand bribes were taken by the accused. After which today the second installment of bribe was caught red handed taking 10 thousand.
Coronavirus Dholpur Update...
Before changing the water in the pool of crocodile-Tortoise breeding center, employees are given sanitation, Deori center closed for tourists
The impact of the corona virus epidemic is being seen in the life and activities of aquatic organisms and precautions. Why not? Bhopal Wildlife Management has issued a guideline to take special precautions for crocodiles, crocodiles and turtles. Although officials say that there is no possibility of corona spreading to humans and aquatic animals, but caution is necessary. However, its effect is also being seen in Deori Gharial and Turtle Breeding Center.
Each time the gongs and turtles start laying eggs at the beginning of March itself, but this time they have delayed laying eggs. On March 19, the first nest of gharial was seen at Barauli Ghat which contained eggs. While nesting was done on 10 March in 2018 and 17 March in 2019.
This time the forest officials are telling that the nesting of gharial and turtles will start late due to the cold weather. Ghadiyal care taker Jyoti Dandotia said that after lockdown, the staff in the field is going to the nesting point and forging them for safety, including fencing to protect the eggs kept in the nest and constantly monitoring the wharf charges. Within 60 days of the crocodile, in May, children start hatching from the eggs, at the moment the ghat in-charge has been put under the protection of the eggs.
Due to Corona, the Deori Center has been completely closed for tourists. On the other hand, cleaners also change the water apart from cleaning in the pool one by one. Seeing the heat rising, water tanks are being installed in the shed, in which the temperature has to be controlled by spraying water periodically during the day.
In lockdown, it is mandatory to sanitize those working here, wearing masks and globs. Also, entry is being given only after wearing Dhuli dress everyday. After completely sanitizing the cleaner in the morning, hands and feet get washed in potassium permanganate. After that his schedule has been made so that more people do not go to the pool together. Social distance should be maintained and not crowded.
Unique wedding in lockdown...
Neither procession nor ascension nor marriage home nor lights nor drum, band got married without party
Neither baraat, no chadhai, nor marriage home, nor any light, no drum-band and marriage took place in two hours without any expenses. Following the lockdown, a unique wedding took place at the gurdwara at Adarsh Colony Pond. Five-five gharati-baraati from both sides joined, even the real brother of the girl could not attend the marriage from Punjab. The two brothers set an example by marrying their only sister and ceding lockdown.
Sangeeta Kaur, a resident of D Block Ranjit Nagar Kachchi Basti, was married to Govind Singh, the boy of Puran Singh Taylor, resident near Gol Bagh Road Kanni Gurjar Chauraha. The wedding muhurta also came out on April 8, for which a long time ago, the Abhinandan marriage home in Pai Bagh was booked and Sai was given to Halwai, Band Baje, Dhol, Ghodi, Decoration etc.
More than 25 thousand rupees were spent booking only for the wedding. If the wedding cards were printed, then they could be distributed in half the city. Outside the city, information was given by calling but the global corona virus disease limited happiness. Due to the lockdown and Section 144, the wedding day just passed, no rituals could be done.
Surjit Singh, the elder brother of the girl, said, father self. Due to the absence of Darshan Singh, old mother Jayashree Kaur and elder brother Jagat Singh and I got into thinking, our youngest brother Tinku Patiala could not come to Punjab due to the lockdown. After all, we had a conversation with the elders that on April 13 it is Baisakhi and it is auspicious day of Khalsa, decided to marry with simplicity on this day. Because there is no idea of the situation when it is normal, do not know what will happen next.
MNIT set up sample collection chamber for hospital...
MNIT set up sample collection chamber for SMS, will be able to take samples without coming in contact with the patient
The Malaviya National Institute of Technology (MNIT) has created a sample collection chamber to collect samples from corona infected patients. This will allow doctors to take samples from mouth, nose without coming into direct contact with the patient. So far, doctors were taking samples of the patient by wearing PPE kits. However, such a chamber was installed at many places.
Director of MNIT Prof. Uday Kumar Yaragatti told that now the MNIT team has also prepared the chamber for SMS. The chamber is made of glass. Rubber gloves have been applied to both hands to reach the patient, which will be sanitized after taking a sample of each patient. Before this, sanitizing tunnel, 3D printed mask, foot operated wash basin have also been provided by MNIT to help the doctors by incubation center.
This will allow samples to be taken without direct contact with the patient. "Patients were being sampled by wearing personal protection kits. Now the sample-taking staff will not come to the patient's direct contact because of this chamber.
Coronavirus Ajmer Updates...
The poultry farms that once had 20–20 thousand chickens now have only 1500 to 2000 left.
Throughout the district, days of poultry farmers are getting worse. At the beginning of the lockdown, thousands of chickens died due to no supply to the poultry farm for 10 days. The egg mafia are active, the poultry farmers allege that these mafias took advantage of the opportunity and gave misleading information and bought eggs at cheap rates and deposited them in the cold storage. Eggs were purchased from poultry farmers for Rs 1.25, which is now being sold from Cold storage for Rs 2.50 to 3 rupees.
Farmers were double killed, many chickens died due to not getting a single grain and on the other hand egg mafias bought eggs from almost all poultry farms at cheaper rates. Poultry farmers have now requested the Chief Minister for help.
Sheikh alleges that large egg mafia are active throughout the district, during the Corona epidemic, it was confusing on social media to refrain from eating eggs and chicken during the Corona epidemic. After this, poultry farmers got caught in the trap of mafias and were forced to sell eggs at cheaper rates.
This egg was kept in cold storage at Rupangarh, Bakra Mandi, NH-8 and other places. Mafia are now selling the same egg from Rs 2.50 to Rs 3. When the farmers refused to sell the eggs at cheaper rates, it was even said that the egg should be rotten and sold at its level. This confused the farmers. Poultry farmers say that - District administration should clamp down on these mafias.
Other poultry operators including Gegal's Nazia Poultryfarm, Imran Poultryfarm, Yameen Poultryfarm, Nazia Poultryfarm, Ayan Poultryfarm, Sameer Poultryfarm, Shahid Poultryfram - said that in the past years, with loan from banks, poultryfam was started from 20 to 50 thousand. The number of chickens reached, but during the lockdown, the henna within ten days of the start Due to lack of supply, thousands of chickens died. Poultryf Mahbub Ali Sheikh says that there are about 1 million poultry poultry in the Gegal region alone, of which 25 per cent of the chickens are still left.
Public service in lockdown...
Gaurav gave 28 thousand masks and ration of 3.50 lakhs to helpless people in last 15 days
The corona virus epidemic has spread panic all over the world. A large number of people are coming forward to help the helpless and poor in this disease. Gaurav Rajpurohit of Badmer also did something similar. Gaurav was supposed to leave from Jaipur on March 24 to celebrate his daughter's birthday in Jaipur, but he could not reach the family due to the cancellation of trains due to the lockdown.
In such a situation, he celebrated the daughter's birthday from Jaipur only through WhatsApp calling. Later, talking to his father, Gaurav became very emotional. After which the father tied his pride to Gaurav and said that you do not worry about the house and help the helpless people while staying there.
Gaurav is a lawyer by profession. He is a post-graduate in International Law from Bar-Iran University of Israel. Apart from this, they also do organic farming of pomegranate and dates in Badmer. After the father's suggestion, Gaurav conceived the idea of providing essential goods to the needy people.
He went to a medical store and asked for 100 masks from the shopkeeper. The shopkeeper gave him a mask and asked for 10,000. On this, Gaurav protested and said that the mask is worth 10 rupees, why are you applying 100 rupees? The shopkeeper said, if you want to take, then go if not 10 thousand two. Gaurav went away with a mask.
After returning home by giving free masks to people outside the SMS hospital, Gaurav offered his friend Deepak Parikh to make masks in his clothes factory. Deepak accepted the offer. After which both are giving two thousand free cotton masks to the district administration and police daily. They have given 28 thousand masks so far. Later, Gaurav was also joined in this campaign by Prof. Deodhar Dadhich of Amethi University, Pradeep Gyanani, Devendra Vishnoi of Delhi JNU and Dharmadas Sindhi.
Relief in lockdown...
Now on the application by e-mail, the discom will reduce the load of the electricity connection of the factory, industries will get big relief from the permanent fee
In view of the lockdown and corona virus infection in the state, Jaipur Discom has given great relief to the industrialists. Now, industrialists can apply to reduce the load of electricity connection of their factory by email instead of going to subdivision office.
The factory load will be reduced within the scheduled time of application. Most of the factories are closed due to lockdown and there will be problems in starting the same production for the next few days. Due to the high load of industrial-class power connections in the factory, industrialists have to pay a charge of lakhs of rupees as permanent duty, while factories are stalled.
In such a situation, Tarachand Chaudhary, President of Vishwakarma Industrial Association and other industrial organizations, had demanded relief from permanent duty. The issue was also raised in talks with industrialists along with Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot.
AK Gupta, managing director of Jaipur discom said that consumers whose industrial connections have been completed for one year. Those industrialists can reduce the approved load or connected demand. For this, they can submit their application in the office of Assistant Engineer through physical form, email or electrician app. The load will be reduced within seven days of application.
No more positive in Udaipur-Dungarpur...
Brother-sister of Udaipur, nurse Tai-tau, grand-son-grandson of Aspur, father-son of Kushalgarh, women of his family turned negative in second report
The Udaipurites, who have been struggling to break the chain of Corona virus infection for the last 20 days, have now received good news. A second report on Monday of the corpse, Nai Tai-tau, found corona infected 12 days ago in the city's Raza Colony has also turned out to be corona negative. Now not a single patient of Udaipur district is corona infected.
According to ICMR-WHO guidelines, if a newly infected patient is not found, Udaipur will be freed from Corona on April 16 as Raza Colony's brother returned from Khajrana, Indore on April 2 and his sister, MB Hospital's swine flu ward nurse nurse Tai and Eye Disease adjunct Tau was found to be corona positive on April 3. Udaipur corona will be freed as soon as the last infected patient completes 14 days.
The siblings who defeated Corona say that they have given credit for defeating Corona for better management of RNT Medical College-District administration and for giving patience to mother and Tai. Now these four have been recruited separately in the corona negative ward of super specialty.
Health checkup of water workers daily...
Chief Engineer wrote letter to Principal Secretary for getting health checkup of water workers daily
In view of the Corona virus infection in the state, the Chief Engineer of the Water Supply Department has written a letter to the Principal Secretary and Nodal Officer to conduct daily health checkup of all the employees engaged in drinking water supply so that there is no problem about drinking water supply.
Along with this, a letter has also been written to provide PPE kits to the employees who supply drinking water, valve operation and leakage. This is so that there is no doubt about public health and employees can work without fear.
Chief Engineer of the department Sandeep Sharma has written in a letter to Principal Secretary Rajesh Yadav that it is necessary to manage the safety of the employees associated with drinking water supply. The Chief Engineer has also asked the CMHO to do routine screening of water workers.
Corona's knock in Hanumangarh...
The first 2 cases were found positive, curfew imposed; Sampler doctors were also investigated
On Saturday, reports of 2 Corona suspects in the city came back positive. These are the first cases of Hanumangarh. After this, Hanumangarh became the 25th District of the Corona Consolidated. Both are residents of Rupnagar area of the town. The administration immediately swung into action after a positive report came in and curfew has been ordered in the town area. The hospital area has also been sealed in a radius of one to two km.
Doctors said that in the initial inquiry, both positive patients have told their travel history in village Gandoli of Bhadra tehsil. According to sources, both of them have also been in contact with the people of Tabligi Jamaat who returned from Delhi. It is believed that due to his return from Delhi, he developed a corona infection. Now the medical administration is keeping a vigil on who the two people met. Information about this is also being collected. At the same time, his travel history is also increasingly being scrutinized by medical administration.
PMO Dr. MP Sharma said that the report of patients of two people has come positive. Therefore precaution is being taken. Security has been tightened in the area where they are from Rupnagar. Information is also being collected from there that whom they met there. Family members will also be investigated. It is being told that the medical administration had instructed them to remain in home isolation, considering these two as suspicious. After this they were put in quarantine. Meanwhile, his sample was sent to Bikaner on Friday.