During a public meeting in Banjraru in the Chamba district on Sunday, Himachal’s Prime Minister (CM) Jai Ram Thakur said in an attack on the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) convening Arvind Kejriwal: “It is strange that a person living in air-conditioned rooms. in Delhi speaks of development model for the state. “
Himachal’s Prime Minister (CM) Jai Ram Thakur attacked his Delhi counterpart and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) convenes Arvind Kejriwal and stated that the latter has no understanding of the tradition and culture of Dev Bhoomi.
During a public meeting in Banjraru in the Chamba district on Sunday, Himachal CM said: “People in the state are hardworking and sincere and will not tolerate ugly language for its leaders. It is strange that a person living in air-conditioned rooms in Delhi , talks about the development model for the state. “
He added: “The people of the state are wise enough not to get carried away by false promises from Kejriwal.”
Referring to the results of his government, Jai Ram said that their priority was welfare for senior citizens and above ₹DKK 1,300 million was spent on providing social security pensions to vulnerable sections. He said the previous congressional government had only used ₹400 crore on social security schemes during the term of office of Congress.
He said that Sahara Yojna, HIMCARE, Jan Manch, CM Helpline 1100, Grihini Suvidha Yojna, Shagun Yojna, etc. have almost transformed the lives of the poor and oppressed.
CM further said that the leaders of the Congress were not satisfied with the wave of development initiatives launched by his government, especially the announcements he made on the occasion of Himachal Day.
He said the state government has decided to provide 125 units of free electricity to consumers, 50% concessions in fares in HRTC buses for female passengers and free drinking water to rural consumers.
Chandigarh Municipal Corporation has hit its property tax target in the last financial year and will expand its property tax base further by adding over 2,900 new business tax recipients in 13 villages. Following the green light from the UT administration, MC will soon start issuing property tax bills in these villages, which came under its jurisdiction in December 2018. All houses of 500 square meters or more will come under tax liability.
Police have booked the president of the Sector 22 Shastri market, Jaswinder Singh Nagpal, for allegedly behaving badly with a female sub-inspector of a municipal company during an anti-intervention drive on Saturday. In her complaint to the Sector-22 Police Post, MC Deputy Inspector Bhupinder Kaur said during the drive last Saturday that she issued demands to two stores to place items in the corridor outside. Nagpal said a protest regarding this was also organized by shop owners on Sunday.
A 34-year-old motorcyclist was killed in a hit-and-run accident near Majri Bus Stand in Mullanpur on Saturday night. Investigating officer Pawan Kumar said according to the statement from the victim, Manish Kumar, a resident of the village of Fatehpur, Mohali cousin Sanjay Kumar, that they returned home on separate motorcycles on Saturday night. When they reached the Majri Bus Stand, a fast Maruti Suzuki Wagon R crashed into Manish’s motorcycle head-on, leaving him seriously injured.
Over 20 hours after a bomb was found outside the Model Prison in Sector 51, a team from the National Security Guard disarmed it safely Sunday afternoon. While a bomb squad and a military team remained alert at the scene overnight, the NSG team, which was dispatched from Manesar in Haryana, reached the scene around 1 p.m. 13.00 Sunday.
Amid concerns over the Deltacron variant, which is behind the recent rise in Covid-19 cases, the UT Health Department clarified on Sunday that Omicron remained the dominant coronavirus variant in Chandigarh and that no case of Deltacron had been detected. Special wax camps for children to continue The UT health department will set up special vaccination camps for children aged 12-15 at eight public schools on Monday and Tuesday.