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OUR EDITIONS: JAIPUR, NEW DELHI & MUMBAI
JAIPUR l MONDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2022 l Pages 12 l 3.00 RNI NO. RAJENG/2019/77764 l Vol 4 l Issue No. 118
Happy Durga Ashtami
Issue No. 118
DEADLIEST STADIUM DISASTER IN LAST 40 YEARS
A ‘TRAGEDY BEYOND
COMPREHENSION’
125 killed, 323 injured in stampede
at football match after riot in Indonesia
Moni Sharma
Jakarta: At least 125
people were killed and
323 people sustained in-
juries at a football sta-
dium in Indonesia after
fans invaded the pitch,
causing a stampede,
forcing cops to respond
with tear gas in East
Java province. A clash
broke out between sup-
porters of Javanese
clubs Arema and Perse-
baya Surabaya after the
former were defeated at
the match in Malang
Regency, East Java.
East Java Deputy
Governor Emil Dardak
said data cross-checked
from 10 hospitals in the
area showed there were
125 fatalities. Earlier of-
ficials had put figure as
high as 174. The police
had to resort to firing
tear gas shells as they
tried to persuade the
fans to return to the
stands in which two
cops were killed. “The
Indonesian top league
BRI Liga 1 has suspend-
ed games for a week fol-
lowing the match that
Persebaya won 3-2 and
probe on,” the Football
Assn of Indonesia said.
(T) The Indonesian police fired tear gas into crowds of fans that rushed onto the field after a soccer match in the city of Malang on late
Saturday. (L) Security officers detain a fan during a clash at Kanjuruhan Stadium. (R) Officers with damaged police vehicle at stadium.
Many of the victims were trampled or
choked to death, they were crushed and
suffocated when they ran to one exit. Fight-
ing reportedly started when thousands of Arema fans
rushed into the field after their team lost. —Police
Indonesian President Joko Widodo on Sun-
day ordered a safety review of the country’s
football matches after clashes between fans
and police. HRC will now probe security at
the ground, including the use of tear gas.
153RD
BIRTH ANNIVERSARY OF MAHATMA GANDHI
Prez, Modi urge people
to follow Bapu’s steps
First India Bureau
New Delhi: All across
India, national leaders
are paying tribute to
the father of the nation
on his 153rd birth an-
niversary. PM Modi
also offered floral trib-
utes to Mahatma Gan-
dhi at Delhi’s Rajghat
on Sunday. PM Modi
also took to Twitter to
wish everyone on Gan-
dhi Jayanti and said
the celebrations this
year is “even more spe-
cial because India is
marking Azadi Ka Am-
rit Mahotsav”. He also
urged everyone to buy
Khadi and handicraft
products as a tribute to
Mahatma Gandhi. HM
Amit Shah said he
bows down to the “pio-
neer of truth, non-vio-
lence and peace”.
Congress, its leaders
are also celebrating
Gandhi Jayanti with
the party’s interim
president Sonia Gan-
dhi and Congress lead-
er Mallikarjun Kharge
paying floral tributes
at Delhi’s Rajghat.
(L) Prez Droupadi Murmu paying floral tributes at Samadhi of ex-PM, Lal Bahadur Shastri, Vijay Path.
(R) PM Narendra Modi paying homage at Samadhi of Mahatma Gandhi at Rajghat, Delhi on Sunday.
PM Narendra Modi, VP Jagdeep Dhankhar, Tara Gandhi, Grand
daughter of Mahatma Gandhi, attend Gandhi Jayanti prayer meet.
PM Narendra Modi, Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla, Congress chief
Sonia Gandhi, Union Ministers Rajnath Singh, Piyush Goyal and
Dr Jitendra Singh pay tributes to Bapu at the Parliament House.
PM TELLS MINS: TAKE
INFO BY NSCS, NSA
PM TO INAUGURATE
UNWGIC ON TUESDAY
PM Modi has told all mins
and secretaries not to
ignore background notes
or other communication
shared by NSCS and NSA,
and to take them seriously,
sources said on Sunday.
PM Modi will inaugurate
UN World Geospatial
Information Congress (UN-
WGIC) in Hyderabad on
Tuesday, where India is set
to showcase strides it has
made over several years.
UN chief pays tribute to Mahatma Gandhi
United Nations Secretary-General Antonio
Guterres has urged people to shun
violence and follow Gandhi’s principles of
Ahimsa (non-violence).
IND VS SA: MILLER-
SURYA DOMINATE AS
INDIA WIN RUN FEST
New Delhi: It was a run-fest
in Barsapara as SA scored
221-3 chasing 238 and lost
by 16 runs. David Miller hit
a terrific 100 in 46 balls.
India beat South Africa in
2nd T20I in Guwahati to
seal the three-match T20I
series by 2-0.
POLICEMAN KILLED,
CRPF JAWAN HURT
IN MILITANT ATTACK
Srinagar: A policeman
was killed and a CRPF
personnel injured when
militants attacked a security
forces team in Pulwama
district of J&K on Sunday,
police said. Meanwhile,
LeT terrorist was killed in
encounter in Shopian.
BSF seizes heroin worth `14 crore
dropped by Pakistani drone in Raj
ABP NEWS-CVOTER
OPINION POLL SAYS
BJP’S VICTORY IN
GUJARAT, HIMACHAL
First India Bureau
Sri Ganganagar: The
BSF on Sunday seized
3.5 kg of heroin, worth
over `14 crores, from
Sri Ganganagar’s An-
upgarh town. Police in-
formed the drugs en-
tered the Indian terri-
tory from Pakistan with
the help of a drone at
Kailash Post in Sri Gan-
ganagar district. “BSF
officials opened fire af-
ter they spotted a drone
crossing international
border. The drone, how-
ever, could not be shot
down due to dark in the
night,” police said.
“Four packets of heroin
were dropped on farm-
land through a drone
that took off from Pak
near Kailash outpost in
the Anupgarh town of
Sriganganagar district.
New Delhi: As per ABP
News-CVoter opinion poll,
ruling BJP is predicted to
win polls for record 7th time
since 1995, in Gujarat. The
BJP is anticipated to win
135-143 seats, which would
represent a significant gain
from its 2017 total tally of 99
seats. In HP, their opinion poll
predicts easy victory for BJP
in Assembly polls. Party’s
vote share may decline from
its 2017 levels of 48.8% to
45.2%, they are projected to
win between 37–45 seats.
MOOSE WALA MURDER: LAWRENCE BISHNOI’S
CLOSE AIDE DEEPAK ESCAPES POLICE CUSTODY
SP FOUNDER MULAYAM SINGH YADAV IN
ICU, COMPLAINS OF BREATHING TROUBLE
SUZLON ENERGY FOUNDER TULSI TANTI
PASSES AWAY DUE TO CARDIAC ARREST
Mansa: Deepak Tinu, a close aide of jailed
gangster Lawrence Bishnoi, held for his
alleged involvement in the Punjabi singer
Sidhu Moose Wala’s killing, escaped from
the custody of the Crime Investigations
Agency (CIA), Mansa, official sources said
on Sunday. Tinu was chargesheeted in the
Sidhu Moose Wala murder case.
New Delhi: Samajwadi Party founder
Mulayam Singh Yadav has been admitted
to the ICU ward of Gurgram’s Medanta
Hospital after a decline in his health. The
82-year-old former Uttar Pradesh chief
minister was admitted for several days but
has been shifted to the care unit after his
condition deteriorated on Sunday.
New Delhi: Tulsi R Tanti, the founder,
chairman and managing director and
promoter of Suzlon Energy passed away
due to cardiac arrest on Saturday. The
company confirmed the development
in an exchange filing, while adding that
the list of promoters and the promoter
group of company have been updated.
FUN-FILLED PUJOR HULLOR!
Devotees dance at the Maha Shaptami celebrations, at Durga Bari,
Bani Park in Jaipur on Sunday. —PHOTO BY SANTOSH SHARMA
MLAs GOT AGITATED OVER NAME OF NEW CM,
SAYS GEHLOT IN A VEILED ATTACK ON PILOT
Bharat Dixit
Jaipur: In a veiled at-
tack on Sachin Pilot,
CM Ashok Gehlot on
Sunday said it should be
looked into as to why
there was resentment
among MLAs over the
name of new CM in Raj.
Several MLAs loyal to
Gehlot, who was seen as
the front runner for the
post of AICC president,
had last week submit-
ted resignation letters
over a possible move to
appoint Pilot as next CM.
Targeting the MLAs
who had revolted
against him in 2020, he
said they were hand-in-
glove with the BJP.
“Some of our MLAs met
Amit Shah, Dharmen-
dra Pradhan and other
leaders. Turn to P8
CM Ashok Gehlot pays floral tributes to Mahatma Gandhi on his
153rd birth anniversary at the Secretariat in Jaipur on Sunday.
BSF recovers heroin on Sunday
after the firing on a Pak drone.
CM GEHLOT TARGETS OBSERVERS FOR FIASCO
CM Gehlot also said that an observer is a big post, and anyone
acting as an observer should act on behalf of the party high
command. “Observers come on behalf of high command. Why
such circumstances were developed here, a research should be
done,” he said, referring to rebellion by MLAs. Maken and Kharge
were sent by high command as observers here to hold CLP meet.
CM OKAYS 32 PROJECTS WORTH `1.42L CRORE
Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot on Sunday approved a customised
package for 32 projects that will attract an investment of more
than Rs 1.42 lakh crore. These projects carry the potential to
create at least 32,000 jobs in the State. P3
 Amit Shah was
offering sweets to
our MLAs so how
can I forget those
102 MLAs who
saved govt: Gehlot
 80-90% MLAs
switch sides when
change of CM
happens but this
did not happen in
Rajasthan, says CM
CrucialREAD
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First India Bureau
Jaipur: President of
Rajasthan State Sports
Council, Dr Krishna
Poonia on Sunday took
a meeting of officials in
SMS Stadium regard-
ing the final phase of
Rajiv Gandhi Rural
Olympic Games, sched-
uled to be held from Oc-
tober 10 to 13.
Dr Krishna Poonia
said that the rural
Olympics were held at
gram panchayat, block
and district level.
“Now, it will be held
at the state-level. The
rural Olympics have in-
creased the interest of
youths in sports. Given
its popularity, the Chief
Minister has also an-
nounced Olympic
games for cities. Be-
sides this, committees
will be formed for the
successful organisation
of the state-level compe-
tition,” said Sports
Council President Dr
Krishna Poonia.
She added that 3,700
players, including both
men and women, will be
participating in the
state-level competition.
“Players from all 33 dis-
tricts of the state will be
participating in the
sporting event. Prepa-
rations are being made
by the council to make
it a memorable event,”
added Dr Krishna Poo-
nia. Rajasthan State
Sports Council Secre-
tary Rajulal Gurjar,
Chief Sports Officer
Virendra Poonia and
others were also pre-
sent at the meeting.
Dr Krishna Poonia, Lal Chand Kataria, Rajender Yadav, Amin
Kagzi, Virendra Poonia and others in the meeting on Sunday.
Rural Oly Games: Dr Poonia
reviews preps for final phase
First India Bureau
Bassi (Jaipur): Chief
Secretary Usha Shar-
ma on Sunday inspect-
ed the government-run
rehabilitation home
for the ‘Specially-
abled’ in Jamdoli.
The Chief Secretary
interacted with girls
staying in the hostel
and inquired about the
problems being faced by
them. She also gave nec-
essary directions to of-
ficials in this regard.
During her visit, CS
Usha Sharma also par-
ticipated in the Sarva
Dharma Prarthana or-
ganized on the occasion
of Gandhi Jayanti.
She also planted sap-
lings. Senior IAS offi-
cials including Dr
Samit Sharma, Sualal
Pahadia, Renu Meena,
Ajay Meena, Rajendra
Sharma, Arvind Seni,
Ashok Jangid, Ashok
Bairwa and others were
present during event.
CS Usha Sharma, Dr Samit Sharma, Sualal Pahadia, Renu Meena,
Ajay Meena, Rajendra Sharma, Arvind Seni, Ashok Jangid, Ashok
Bairwa and others interacting with Specially-abled residents.
CS inspects rehab home for
Specially-abled in Jamdoli
Three arrested for
firing at jeweller
in Fatehpur
First India Bureau
Fatehpur (Sikar):
Three people have been
arrested by Kotwali
Thana Police in con-
nection with the attack
on a jeweller in
Fatehpur on Saturday.
Police informed that
out of the six accused,
three have been arrest-
ed. “Accused have been
identified as Kishan,
Phool Chand and Ankit
Yadav. The accused had
come to rob jeweller.
However, they fled
away when victim re-
sisted & did not leave
his bag. Accused were
identified based on
CCTV footage,” in-
formed Rastradeep.
Unemployed Raj
youth start Dandi
March in Gujarat
AGITATING FOR DEMANDS
Upen Yadav with other members of Rajasthan Unemployment
Unified Federation marching from Palanpur on Sunday.
First India Bureau
Jaipur: On the occa-
sion of Gandhi Jay-
anti, the unemployed
people of Rajasthan
opened a front
against the Congress
government. They
began the Dandi
March on Sunday
from Palanpur in Gu-
jarat under the ban-
ner of Rajasthan Un-
employment Unified
Federation. They
will reach
Ahmedabad Con-
gress headquarters
travelling 150 kilome-
tres. More than 1100
unemployed people
of the state will cam-
paign against the Ra-
jasthan government
in Gujarat.
State President of
Rajasthan Unem-
ployment Unified
Federation, Upen Ya-
dav said that thou-
sands of unemployed
people of the state
have been agitating
for a long time for
their pending de-
mands. “The govern-
ment officials and
ministers have
not acted despite
written agreement
with us. That is
why
, ahead of the Gu-
jarat elections, we
will campaign
against the promise
made by the Con-
gress here,” he said.
Man arrested for killing
his brother-in-law in Jpr
First India Bureau
Jaipur: A 34-year-old
man was allegedly
strangulated to death
by his relative over a
money dispute in
Jaipur’s Jagatpura area
on Friday. Police in-
formed the deceased
has been identified as
Rajulal Meena (34), a
resident of Pratap Na-
gar. “Rajulal Meena and
his brother-in-law,
Dinesh Meena, were
into property business.
On Friday afternoon,
the victim and accused
exchanged heated argu-
ments over a dispute of
Rs 1 lakh. “The argu-
ments led to a scuffle
between the two, follow-
ing which, Dinesh Mee-
na allegedly killed Ra-
julal Meena,” said po-
lice. “Accused Dinesh
Meena has been arrest-
ed and is being interro-
gated,” police added.
Accused Dinesh Meena in
police custody on Sunday.
Nirmal Tiwari
Jaipur: The 68th Wild-
life Week in Rajasthan
started on Sunday from
Nahargarh Biological
Park here. Wildlife
Week is being celebrat-
ed from October 2-8 at
Nahargarh Biological
Park and Jaipur Zoo.
Many school students
came to visit the Naha-
rgarh Biological Park
and a cleanliness drive
was conducted at the
Jaipur Zoo.
Various competitions
were organized at the
Nahargarh Biological
Park. In the Wildlife
Week organized by the
Forest Department,
various awareness pro-
grammes will be organ-
ized across the state so
that common people
come forward to cooper-
ate in forest and wild-
life conservation.
School children will
be given free entry at
Nahargarh Park during
this period. There will
be an essay competi-
tion, lecture, writing,
quiz and wildlife pic-
ture recognition compe-
titions. The winners of
the competition will be
given prizes by the For-
est Department in the
closing ceremony
.
68th
Wildlife Week starts at N’garh Biological Park & Zoo
WILDLIFE CONSERVATION
School students at Nahargarh Park in an event of the Wildlife Week. Children having refreshment at the Nahargarh Biological Park.
Balloon with a message
of 68th Wildlife Week was
released on Sunday.
Vehicle fitness centres aren’t fit enough!
Shivendra Parmar
Jaipur: The Transport
Department is ineffec-
tive in checking issuing
of fitness certificates to
vehicles without the ve-
hicles arriving at the
fitness centers. Despite
all the complaints, the
department is mute
spectator as far as tak-
ing action against such
centres is concerned.
Every month a large
number of people are
losing their lives in
road accidents in the
state and most the acci-
dents are happening
due to big vehicles. In
many accidents it has
come to the fore that the
accident occurred due
to non-completion of
fitness of the vehicle.
From Jaipur to Ja-
lore and from Pali to
Bharatpur, fitness cent-
ers are openly flouting
the rules.
Most of the fitness
centres operated in the
state are either of peo-
ple belonging to politi-
cians or people of high
status, and negligence
has been found.
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EXISTING PROBLEMS IN FUNCTIONING
RESIDENTDOCTORSPROTESTWEARING
BLACK BANDS OVER PG BOND POLICY
Agitation will be on larger scale if demands are not heard, wanrs JARD President
Vikas Sharma
Jaipur: Residents are
again on the path of
agitation for various de-
mands, including dis-
crepancies in the bond
policy for PG degree in
the state. On the call of
Jaipur Association of
Resident Doctors
(JARD), the residents
of SMS Medical College
demonstrated symboli-
cally tying a black band
on Sunday. Residents
worked wearing black
bands at SMS OPD and
protested against the
policies of administra-
tion. A large number of
residents gathered out-
side Dhanvantri OPD.
JARD President Dr
Neeraj Damor said that
the inconsistency of the
bond policy made for
the residents in state,
the appointment of the
residents on the posts
against qualification,
the implementation of
earlier agreement with
residents are some of
the issues of protest.
Dr Neeraj Damor
said that if the demands
of the residents are not
heard, then their agita-
tion will be on a larger
scale in state.
Resident doctors wearing black bands as a symbol of protest (inset top) Resident doctors outside
Dhanvantri OPD (inset down) Residents taking a selfie while peacefully protesting on Sunday.
Effigies of mythological evil character Ravana and his family members, made from bamboo, iron mesh and paper, await for
customers near Mansarovar Metro Station, Jaipur. The craftsmen come to this area a few months ahead of the festival.
THE ‘DEVIL’ AND HIS FAMILY! —PHOTO BY SUNIL SHARMA
First India Bureau
Jaipur: The Rajasthan
govt has come on the
back foot amid the
growing agitation over
OBC reservation dis-
crepancies. On Sunday,
CM Gehlot gave in-prin-
ciple approval to re-
move the discrepancies.
PCC president Go-
vind Singh Dotasara
said that the youth of
the state had been agi-
tating for a long time
regarding reservation
discrepancies.
“We talked to the of-
ficials on this whole
matter on Friday and
took the matter to the
CM. Today in-principle
approval has been given
to remove the discrep-
ancies,” he said.
Now after the issu-
ance of written order,
OBC candidates will be
able to get the benefit of
reservation in OBC
quota. Former minister
Harish Chaudhary sat
on a dharna in Jaipur
on Friday against his
own govt over OBC res-
ervation discrepancy.
During this, along with
Harish Chaudhary, In-
dependent MLA Baljit
Yadav and Jat Mahasa-
bha state president Ra-
jaram Meel warned of
an agitation if discrep-
ancy was not resolved.
After this, a 5- mem-
ber delegation led by
Congress State Presi-
dent Govind Singh Do-
tasara went to the Chief
Minister’s Office to get
the matter resolved.
Within 48 hours of this
entire incident, the M
has accepted the de-
mands.
First India Bureau
Jaipur: Favouring the
chief engineer of PHED
who was arrested in a
case of bribery has
proved costly to an ACB
officer. Manish Beni-
wal, chief engineer
-PHED, was caught by
the ACB on Sept 26
while taking a bribe of
Rs 10.40 lakh
A case for the abuse
of office was also regis-
tered against Beniwal
in the year 2016 but In-
vestigating Officer
Shravan Kumar was not
taking action in the
case. Even the opinion
of experts was ignored.
With this fact coming to
the fore, DG ACB has
ordered to relieve Shra-
van Kumar from ACB.
After Beniwal was ar-
rested on Sept 26, the
FIR registered against
him in the year 2016 also
came to the notice of
the officers. This FIR
was registered regard-
ingpaymentinonecase.
It was alleged that
500% more amount was
paid than the amount
fixed in tender whereas
for this, a separate ten-
der was to be issued.
Investigation of this
case was with Inspector
Shravan Kumar. DG
ACB B L Soni stated
that no progress was
made on the case for a
long time. He said that
in the case in which
PHED suspended the ac-
cused officer Manish
Beniwal, the IO surpris-
ingly did not find the al-
legations as proved.
First India Bureau
Jaipur: Several cities
in the State including
Jaipur Greater and
Jaipur Heritage have
fared very poorly in the
Swachh Survekshan
2022. No city has been
included in the list of 20
cleanest cities in the
country. Jaipur Herit-
age has secured a rank
of 26, while Jaipur
Greater has slid down
to 33rd position. Ra-
jasthan has secured an
overall position as the
eighth cleanest state in
the country
.
Rajasthan has not se-
cured even half of the
overall marks as com-
pared to Madhya
Pradesh. The overall
marks of Madhya
Pradesh are 4470 while
that of Rajasthan is
only 2150. That is why
many cities of Madhya
Pradesh have been in-
cluded in the list of the
cleanest city in the
country. Indore has
been ranked as the
cleanest city for the
sixth time in a row. It is
followed by Surat in Gu-
jarat and Navi Mumbai
in Maharashtra.
First India Bureau
Jaipur: Chief Minister
Ashok Gehlot on Sun-
day approved a custom-
ised package for 32 pro-
jects that will attract an
investment of more
than Rs 1.42 lakh crore,
an official release said.
These projects carry
the potential to create
at least 32,000 jobs, it
said.
In the third meeting
of the Board of Invest-
ment at the Chief Min-
ister’s residence here,
Gehlot said the state
government is commit-
ted to removing hurdles
in investment.
Proposals approved
in the meeting were
mainly related to com-
panies in the renewable
energy sector, plastic,
glass manufacturing,
manufacturing of elec-
tric vehicles, textiles
and mines. Projects per-
taining to minerals,
food and beverage, hos-
pitality, cement, auto
and auto components,
agriculture and agro-
processing were also
approved by the board,
the release said.
“The State Govern-
ment is determined to
set up units and in-
crease employment op-
portunities in the pri-
vate sector,” said Gehlot
while directing the de-
partment for the prepa-
rations for the Invest
Rajasthan Summit.
“This summit will play
an important role in the
industrial development
of the state,” he said.
Chief Minister
Ashok Gehlot also in-
structed to study the
possibilities of develop-
ment of the cement in-
dustry in the Jaisalmer
division.
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Nirmal Tiwari
Jaipur: After a long
wait of almost three
years, the world famous
royal luxury train ‘Pal-
ace on Wheels’ is ready
tochugagain.Therefur-
bishment work of the
train has been done at a
cost of about Rs 1.25
crore and an agreement
will be signed with the
Railways on October 4
for its re-operation.
The ‘Palace on
Wheels’ will have a
FameTouronOctober8,
whichwillbeflagged off
by CM Gehlot. A small
package has been made
fortheFameTour,which
will start from Jaipur to
Ranthambore, Chittor,
Udaipur, Bundi, Ajmer
and culminateinJaipur.
In this tour, some of
the investors coming to
the Rajasthan Invest-
ment Summit like travel
agents, tour operators,
media promoters and
tourism minister Vishv-
endra Singh, Tourism
Corporation President
Dharmendra Rathore,
Tourism Corporation’s
Managing Director VP
Singh, Executive Direc-
tor Rakesh Kumar Yogi,
Executive Director
Works Madhav Sharma
would also participate.
The first official tour
of Palace on Wheels will
start from Safdarjung
Station in New Delhi on
October12.Sofar,38cab-
ins have been booked.
Chief Minister Gehlot
will flag off the royal
train from New Delhi on
October 12. During this,
Vishvendra Singh,
Dharmendra Rathore,
UnionRailwayMinister,
Tourism Minister and
Railway Board officials
will also be present.
After this, the second
tour will start from Oc-
tober 19. A total of nine
cabinshavebeenbooked
for this. However, for the
tour starting on October
26, which happens to be
on Bhai Dooj, 47 cabins
have been booked. In
such a situation, the
tourism corporation is
trying to adjust the
booking of Oct 26 to Oct
19sothattheDiwalitour
is spectacular.
The PoW had stopped
ops in 2019 due to the
pandemic. But with the
efforts of Dharmendra
Rathore will start again.
CM Gehlot to flag-off fame tour on October 8
Vikas Sharma
Jaipur: Covid cases are
seeing a decline in the
statebutgovtdatashows
a rise in dengue and
swine flu patients. Ac-
cording to the health
dep, dengue has claimed
five lives until now. An-
other 3,812 cases of den-
gue have been identified
and a maximum of 1,311
patients have been iden-
tified in Jaipur alone.
Seasonal diseases are
seeingarise.Atotalof 11
people died due to swine
flu. There have been 505
cases of malaria and 141
cases of chikungunya.
Officials have been told
to do intense screening
in danger areas.
Udaipur (FIB): A head-
constable was suspend-
edinUdaipurforthrash-
ing a man for not wear-
ing a helmet. Police in-
formedtheincidenttook
placeatBohraGaneshJi
Chauraha on Saturday
when vehicles was
stopped for checking.
“Head-constable Ma-
haveer Prasad, posted at
Pratap Nagar Police Sta-
tion stopped a man for
not wearing a helmet.
Suddenly, an argument
broke out between
them,” police said. “Af-
ter a video of the inci-
dent went viral, he was
suspended,” said SP
.
First India Bureau
Jaipur: The much-
awaited Invest Ra-
jasthan – 2022 summit,
scheduled to take place
on October 7, will be
based on a wildlife
theme. The summit will
be inaugurated at 10:30
am in Ranthambore
Hall at JECC, Sitapura.
“The NRR conclave
and Future Ready Sec-
tors Conclave will be
held at 2 pm on October
7 in Tal Chappar Hall.
Similarly, Startup Con-
clave will be organized
at Mukandra Hall,
while Tourism and Ag-
ri-business Conclave
will be held at Keoladeo
Hall,” informed an offi-
cial. Sources informed
that wildlife parks of
the state will be promot-
ed through the Invest
Rajasthan Summit and
a message of ‘Green Ra-
jasthan, Eco-Friendly
Rajasthan’ will also be
given through the sum-
mit. Nearly 741 partici-
pants had already regis-
tered for the summit.
Rajeev Gaur
Jodhpur: Chairman of
Rajasthan Tourism De-
velopment Corporation
(RTDC), Dharmendra
Rathore, was on a one-
day visit to Jodhpur on
Sunday
. During his vis-
it, he said that efforts
are being done for the
development of tour-
ism activities in west-
ern Rajasthan. “New
schemes are being in-
troduced to explore pos-
sibilities of tourism in
Rajasthan. After the
tourism sector was giv-
en the status of an in-
dustry, positive out-
comes have been report-
ed. The royal train will
be flagged off on Octo-
ber 8 by Chief Minister
Ashok Gehlot,” said
RTDC Chairman Dhar-
mendra Rathore.
Dharmendra Rathore
also visited the Barkat-
ullah Khan Stadium
and saw the interna-
tional Legends League
Cricket match.
COVID GONE, DENGUE ON!
Cop beats youth
for not wearing
helmet, suspended
Wildlife themed Invest Summit
No Raj city in top 20;
JMC-H ranks at 26
Swachh Survekshan 2022
RTDC head Rathore explores
possibilities of tourism in Jodh
 11 deaths due to
swine flu this year
 Only one case in January
 Zero in February-March month
 One death in April, 12 positive
 3 deaths in May, 93 positive
 3 deaths in June, 21 positive
 13 patients marked positive in
the month of July
 2 deaths in August, 60 positive,
 While two deaths in September,
114 positive
 Five deaths
due to den-
gue so far
this year
 ELISA test -
3812 cases
have been
identified
 Maximum
1311
patients in
Jaipur alone
DENGUE
SWINE FLU
YOU READ IT IN FIRST INDIA ON OCT 1, 2022
YOU READ IT IN FIRST INDIA
ON SEPT 27, 2022
Field officers instructed
to focus on screening
32,000 expected
to get employment
CM eyes at `1.42L
cr of investment
CM Gehlot gives in principle approval to
resolve OBC quota amid severe agitation
ACB removes own officer for
collusion with PHED engineer
CM APPROVES CUSTOMISED
PACKAGE FOR 32 PROJECTS
Dharmendra Rathore with his family members in Nagnechi Mata
Mandir at Barmer on Sunday.
DEVOTED TO DURGA!
(1) Durga Pooja rituals begins on second
day at Durga Bari in Bani Park on Sunday.
(2) Devotees throng the Pooja Pandal to take
‘Aarti’. (3) A lady devotee engrossed in dance
and the ritual on the occasion.
—PHOTOS BY SANTOSH SHARMA
1
2
3
PALACE ON WHEEL
CM Ashok Gehlot taking review meeting on Sunday. Minister Shakuntala Rawat, CS Usha Sharma,
ACS Veenu Gupta, ACS Subodh Agrawal, Principal Finance Secy Akhil Arora, Principal Secy Energy
Bhaskar A. Sawat, BIP Commissioner Omprakash Kasera and other high officials are also seen.
Corona subsides; dengue,
swine flu on rise in State
RED-TAPISM
MARS INVESTORS’
INTEREST IN
STATE
Jaipur: Bureaucratic
red-tapism seems to be
bulldozing the investors’
interest in the state. Ra-
jasthan had inked MoUs
with different firms for
1,680 projects aimed at
netting in investments
worth Rs 1.93 lakh to the
desert state. However, of
these, only investments
worth just Rs 6,314
crore could be realised
in 520 projects. The
projects which ini-
tially aimed at providing
employment to 2.1 lakh
individuals could in the
end generate a meagre
34,000 jobs. Barely over
40% realisation of the
projected investments is
blamed because of red-
tapism. The state needs
to create an investor-
friendly environment.
The companies that took
lead in implementation
of MoU/LoI by investing
in the state are Sangam
India Limited, Daikin Air
Condition Private Lim-
ited, ARL Infratech and
Marwar Cement etc.
PERSPECTIVE
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Amit Shah
@AmitShah
Bharat Ratna Lal Bahadur Shastri,
the inspiration of the nation, wrote
a golden chapter in the history of
independent India with his simplicity,
strong leadership and selfless service to
the nation. His slogan of Jai Jawan-Jai
Kisan united the country and infused the
spirit of nation first among the people.
Tributes to him on his birth anniversary.
Dharmendra Pradhan
@dpradhanbjp
India has a lot to offer to the world.
We have to create a global model. NEP
2020 will create global citizens of the
21st century who will be committed
to humanity’s welfare in line with the
Indian ethos of Vasudhaiv Kutumbakam.
SPIRITUAL SPEAK
Even though I walk through
the valley of the shadow of
death, I fear no evil, for You
are with me; Your rod and
Your staff, they comfort me.
—Bible
IN-DEPTH
CELEBRATING
DURGA PUJA
AFTER UNESCO’S
RECOGNITION
he recognition came in
Decemberlastyear,but
themomentof celebra-
tion has arrived now.
Kolkatans are celebrating Durga
Puja with double the vigour and
religiousfervorasitwasincluded
inUnesco’sListof IntangibleCul-
tural Heritage, the only festival
from Asia to be conferred that
honour. The prestigious recogni-
tionhasmadeBengalisgoeuphor-
ic as the popular festival attracts
thousands to the capital of West
Bengal.Itisaculturalandsecular
event which sees participation of
all sections of the society
.
After including Durga Puja in
its list of intangible cultural her-
itage the Unesco said, “…this
inscription will offer encourage-
ment to the local communities
that celebrate Durga Puja, in-
cluding all the craftspeople, de-
signers, artists and organizers
of large-scale cultural events, as
well as tourists and visitors who
partake in the inclusive festivity
that is Durga Puja”.
The Intangible Heritage List
also includes, among others, Ve-
dic chants, Ramlila, Yoga,
Chhau dance and Garhwal’s re-
ligious festival Ramman and
Kalbelia of Rajasthan.
TOP TWEETS
T
ongress presiden-
tial election may
seem farcical but
it gives the Gan-
dhi family a
much-needed reprieve from
dissidence. As per an assur-
ance Sonia and Rahul Gan-
dhi gave to the Congress
Working Committee none
from the family is contesting
this poll despite demands
from some of their loyalists
that the scion should lead the
party. That has not stopped
people from calling this elec-
tion a fixed match.
Yet, the Gandhis’ control
over the party will not weak-
en given that the two candi-
dates in fray so far- Mallikar-
jun Kharge and Shashi Tha-
roor - are old loyalists of the
Gandhis besides being vet-
eran Congressmen. Tharoor,
though, is also a member of
the G23 and asserted that
“he is a candidate for
change”. Ashok Gehlot and
Digvijay Singh, on the other
hand, may have pursued a
line independent of that pre-
ferred by Sonia or Rahul
Gandhi. Manish Tiwari,
who is a member of the dis-
sident camp, who considered
filing his nomination but did
not, would have fallen in the
latter category.
By giving up their claim on
the party president’s post,
Sonia and Rahul Gandhi
have technically addressed
the dissidents’ main demand
that no Gandhi should lead
the party
. That also frees the
party from the charge of be-
ing run by members of the
Gandhi family
. At 80, Kharge
has seen the party’s high and
lows and survived several
party presidents.
He is too old to be a rub-
ber stamp president for ei-
ther Sonia Gandhi or her
son Rahul. Kharge has said
that “there is no G23 camp
now”. Perhaps, it is too ear-
ly to say that.
IS CONG PREZ POLL
A FIXED MATCH?
As per an assurance
Sonia and Rahul Gandhi
gave to the Congress
Working Committee none
from the family is
contesting this poll
despite demands from
some of their loyalists
that the scion should
lead the party
C
he 1865 Indian Forest Act rep-
resented the first attempt of
the colonial state to bring
about a comprehensive legis-
lation on the subject. Its pri-
mary aim was to assert the
monopoly of the British over
the Indian forest land. It em-
powered the government to
declare any land covered
with trees, or brushwood or
jungle as a government for-
est and make rules to man-
age it. As mentioned in the
first article in the series, the
task was to secure teak wood
for railway sleepers by creat-
ing a government monopoly
over teak. However, as the
forest department had still
not been organized, the de-
termination of whether the
land in question was under
forest or not, was determined
by the Revenue officials.
Over the next two dec-
ades, the Forest depart-
ment became more or-
ganized, and forest offi-
cials pointed out the la-
cunae in the 1865 Act
(from the point of view
of the Forest depart-
ment). Thus, the Indian
Forest Act was revised in
1878, and the principal
fallout was that it trun-
cated the centuries-old
traditional use by commu-
nities of their forests. The
provision of this Act es-
tablished a virtual State
monopoly over the for-
ests in a legal sense on one
hand, and on the other, as-
serted that the customary
use of the forests by the vil-
lagers was not a ‘right’, but a
‘privilege’ that could be with-
drawn at will. This was, in
effect the disenfranchise-
ment of the forest dwellers
over their traditional rights
over access and livelihoods.
The 1878 Act divided for-
ests into three categories- re-
served, protected and village
forests. The Reserved forests
were called the ‘best forests
and the villagers could not
take anything from these for-
ests, even for their own use.
For house building or fuel,
they could take wood from
protected or village forests,
but in effect they were at the
mercy of the forest officials.
By one stroke of the pen, the
organic relationship between
the forest dweller and the for-
est was extinguished.
This was followed by the
first formal Forest Policy in
1894 in which the exception
clauses took precedence over
the stated objectives. There-
fore, we shall talk of the ex-
ceptions before the general
policy. The three exceptions
were that permanent cultiva-
tion should come before for-
estry and that the of satisfac-
tion of local needs at non-
competitive rates would
take precedence over reve-
nue: but it was left to the
Forest department to de-
fine what the local need
was, and, and what exactly
was ‘non- competitive’.
Last but not the least was
the realization of ‘maxi-
mum revenue’.
The general policy was
the normative statement
regarding the of adequate
forest cover for preserva-
tion of physical and cli-
matic conditions and ful-
filment of the needs of the
people – observed more
in breach than in practise.
This was followed by the
Indian Forest Act, 1927 which
is still on the statute book,
though it has been amended
many times and supplement-
ed with state legislation as
well. It created the fourth cat-
egory of Non-government
Forest, besides introducing
regulatory measures were in-
troduced to prohibit/control
quarrying of stones, burning
of limeorcharcoal,thecollec-
tion of any manufacturing
process,orremovalof anyfor-
est produce in any such forest
and the breaking up or clear-
ing for cultivation, for build-
ing and for herding cattle.
The Government of India
Act of 1935 transferred the
subject of Forestry to the
state list. Not only was the
recruitment to the IFS
stopped, but it also meant
that there was in effect, little
central control over forest
matters. Popular ministries
too oath in the states, and in-
creased the expenditure on
welfare schemes, thereby put-
ting pressure on the Finance
department to seek addition-
al sources of revenue. At that
time, the main tax base of the
states comprised land reve-
nue followed by excise and
commercial taxes. Given the
pro- famer orientation of the
freedom movement, land rev-
enue could not be raised: in
fact, many state governments
announced remissions, and
therefore the forest depart-
ment was under pressure to
mobilise funds for the en-
hanced budgetary outlays.
(To be continued)
THE VIEWS EXPRESSED BY
THE AUTHOR ARE PERSONAL
T
The Government of India
Act of 1935 transferred the
subject of Forestry to the
state list. Not only was the
recruitment to the IFS
stopped, but it also meant
that there was in effect,
little central control over
forest matters. Popular
ministries too oath in the
states, and increased the
expenditure on welfare
schemes, thereby putting
pressure on the Finance
department to seek
additional sources of
revenue. At that time, the
main tax base of the states
comprised land revenue
followed by excise and
commercial taxes.
The 1865 Indian Forest
Act represented the
first attempt of the
colonial state to bring
about a comprehensive
legislation on the
subject. Its primary aim
was to assert the monopoly
of the British over the
Indian forest land. It
empowered the
government to declare
any land covered with
trees, or brushwood or
jungle as a government
forest and make rules
to manage it
THE DISENFRANCHISEMENT
OF THE FOREST DWELLER
RAJ DHARMA 19
SANJEEV CHOPRA
The writer superannuated as the Director of the
LBS National Academy of Administration,
India’s apex training institution, and curates
Valley of Words: An annual Literature and Arts
festival at Dehradun, where he currently resides
forest or not, was determined
(from the point of view
of the Forest depart-
ment). Thus, the Indian
Forest Act was revised in
1878, and the principal
fallout was that it trun-
cated the centuries-old
traditional use by commu-
nities of their forests. The
provision of this Act es-
tablished a virtual State
estry and that the of satisfac-
tion of local needs at non-
competitive rates would
take precedence over reve-
nue: but it was left to the
Forest department to de-
fine what the local need
was, and, and what exactly
was ‘non- competitive’.
Last but not the least was
the realization of ‘maxi-
mum revenue’.
the normative statement
regarding the of adequate
forest cover for preserva-
tion of physical and cli-
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  • 1. www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia OUR EDITIONS: JAIPUR, NEW DELHI & MUMBAI JAIPUR l MONDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2022 l Pages 12 l 3.00 RNI NO. RAJENG/2019/77764 l Vol 4 l Issue No. 118 Happy Durga Ashtami Issue No. 118 DEADLIEST STADIUM DISASTER IN LAST 40 YEARS A ‘TRAGEDY BEYOND COMPREHENSION’ 125 killed, 323 injured in stampede at football match after riot in Indonesia Moni Sharma Jakarta: At least 125 people were killed and 323 people sustained in- juries at a football sta- dium in Indonesia after fans invaded the pitch, causing a stampede, forcing cops to respond with tear gas in East Java province. A clash broke out between sup- porters of Javanese clubs Arema and Perse- baya Surabaya after the former were defeated at the match in Malang Regency, East Java. East Java Deputy Governor Emil Dardak said data cross-checked from 10 hospitals in the area showed there were 125 fatalities. Earlier of- ficials had put figure as high as 174. The police had to resort to firing tear gas shells as they tried to persuade the fans to return to the stands in which two cops were killed. “The Indonesian top league BRI Liga 1 has suspend- ed games for a week fol- lowing the match that Persebaya won 3-2 and probe on,” the Football Assn of Indonesia said. (T) The Indonesian police fired tear gas into crowds of fans that rushed onto the field after a soccer match in the city of Malang on late Saturday. (L) Security officers detain a fan during a clash at Kanjuruhan Stadium. (R) Officers with damaged police vehicle at stadium. Many of the victims were trampled or choked to death, they were crushed and suffocated when they ran to one exit. Fight- ing reportedly started when thousands of Arema fans rushed into the field after their team lost. —Police Indonesian President Joko Widodo on Sun- day ordered a safety review of the country’s football matches after clashes between fans and police. HRC will now probe security at the ground, including the use of tear gas. 153RD BIRTH ANNIVERSARY OF MAHATMA GANDHI Prez, Modi urge people to follow Bapu’s steps First India Bureau New Delhi: All across India, national leaders are paying tribute to the father of the nation on his 153rd birth an- niversary. PM Modi also offered floral trib- utes to Mahatma Gan- dhi at Delhi’s Rajghat on Sunday. PM Modi also took to Twitter to wish everyone on Gan- dhi Jayanti and said the celebrations this year is “even more spe- cial because India is marking Azadi Ka Am- rit Mahotsav”. He also urged everyone to buy Khadi and handicraft products as a tribute to Mahatma Gandhi. HM Amit Shah said he bows down to the “pio- neer of truth, non-vio- lence and peace”. Congress, its leaders are also celebrating Gandhi Jayanti with the party’s interim president Sonia Gan- dhi and Congress lead- er Mallikarjun Kharge paying floral tributes at Delhi’s Rajghat. (L) Prez Droupadi Murmu paying floral tributes at Samadhi of ex-PM, Lal Bahadur Shastri, Vijay Path. (R) PM Narendra Modi paying homage at Samadhi of Mahatma Gandhi at Rajghat, Delhi on Sunday. PM Narendra Modi, VP Jagdeep Dhankhar, Tara Gandhi, Grand daughter of Mahatma Gandhi, attend Gandhi Jayanti prayer meet. PM Narendra Modi, Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla, Congress chief Sonia Gandhi, Union Ministers Rajnath Singh, Piyush Goyal and Dr Jitendra Singh pay tributes to Bapu at the Parliament House. PM TELLS MINS: TAKE INFO BY NSCS, NSA PM TO INAUGURATE UNWGIC ON TUESDAY PM Modi has told all mins and secretaries not to ignore background notes or other communication shared by NSCS and NSA, and to take them seriously, sources said on Sunday. PM Modi will inaugurate UN World Geospatial Information Congress (UN- WGIC) in Hyderabad on Tuesday, where India is set to showcase strides it has made over several years. UN chief pays tribute to Mahatma Gandhi United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has urged people to shun violence and follow Gandhi’s principles of Ahimsa (non-violence). IND VS SA: MILLER- SURYA DOMINATE AS INDIA WIN RUN FEST New Delhi: It was a run-fest in Barsapara as SA scored 221-3 chasing 238 and lost by 16 runs. David Miller hit a terrific 100 in 46 balls. India beat South Africa in 2nd T20I in Guwahati to seal the three-match T20I series by 2-0. POLICEMAN KILLED, CRPF JAWAN HURT IN MILITANT ATTACK Srinagar: A policeman was killed and a CRPF personnel injured when militants attacked a security forces team in Pulwama district of J&K on Sunday, police said. Meanwhile, LeT terrorist was killed in encounter in Shopian. BSF seizes heroin worth `14 crore dropped by Pakistani drone in Raj ABP NEWS-CVOTER OPINION POLL SAYS BJP’S VICTORY IN GUJARAT, HIMACHAL First India Bureau Sri Ganganagar: The BSF on Sunday seized 3.5 kg of heroin, worth over `14 crores, from Sri Ganganagar’s An- upgarh town. Police in- formed the drugs en- tered the Indian terri- tory from Pakistan with the help of a drone at Kailash Post in Sri Gan- ganagar district. “BSF officials opened fire af- ter they spotted a drone crossing international border. The drone, how- ever, could not be shot down due to dark in the night,” police said. “Four packets of heroin were dropped on farm- land through a drone that took off from Pak near Kailash outpost in the Anupgarh town of Sriganganagar district. New Delhi: As per ABP News-CVoter opinion poll, ruling BJP is predicted to win polls for record 7th time since 1995, in Gujarat. The BJP is anticipated to win 135-143 seats, which would represent a significant gain from its 2017 total tally of 99 seats. In HP, their opinion poll predicts easy victory for BJP in Assembly polls. Party’s vote share may decline from its 2017 levels of 48.8% to 45.2%, they are projected to win between 37–45 seats. MOOSE WALA MURDER: LAWRENCE BISHNOI’S CLOSE AIDE DEEPAK ESCAPES POLICE CUSTODY SP FOUNDER MULAYAM SINGH YADAV IN ICU, COMPLAINS OF BREATHING TROUBLE SUZLON ENERGY FOUNDER TULSI TANTI PASSES AWAY DUE TO CARDIAC ARREST Mansa: Deepak Tinu, a close aide of jailed gangster Lawrence Bishnoi, held for his alleged involvement in the Punjabi singer Sidhu Moose Wala’s killing, escaped from the custody of the Crime Investigations Agency (CIA), Mansa, official sources said on Sunday. Tinu was chargesheeted in the Sidhu Moose Wala murder case. New Delhi: Samajwadi Party founder Mulayam Singh Yadav has been admitted to the ICU ward of Gurgram’s Medanta Hospital after a decline in his health. The 82-year-old former Uttar Pradesh chief minister was admitted for several days but has been shifted to the care unit after his condition deteriorated on Sunday. New Delhi: Tulsi R Tanti, the founder, chairman and managing director and promoter of Suzlon Energy passed away due to cardiac arrest on Saturday. The company confirmed the development in an exchange filing, while adding that the list of promoters and the promoter group of company have been updated. FUN-FILLED PUJOR HULLOR! Devotees dance at the Maha Shaptami celebrations, at Durga Bari, Bani Park in Jaipur on Sunday. —PHOTO BY SANTOSH SHARMA MLAs GOT AGITATED OVER NAME OF NEW CM, SAYS GEHLOT IN A VEILED ATTACK ON PILOT Bharat Dixit Jaipur: In a veiled at- tack on Sachin Pilot, CM Ashok Gehlot on Sunday said it should be looked into as to why there was resentment among MLAs over the name of new CM in Raj. Several MLAs loyal to Gehlot, who was seen as the front runner for the post of AICC president, had last week submit- ted resignation letters over a possible move to appoint Pilot as next CM. Targeting the MLAs who had revolted against him in 2020, he said they were hand-in- glove with the BJP. “Some of our MLAs met Amit Shah, Dharmen- dra Pradhan and other leaders. Turn to P8 CM Ashok Gehlot pays floral tributes to Mahatma Gandhi on his 153rd birth anniversary at the Secretariat in Jaipur on Sunday. BSF recovers heroin on Sunday after the firing on a Pak drone. CM GEHLOT TARGETS OBSERVERS FOR FIASCO CM Gehlot also said that an observer is a big post, and anyone acting as an observer should act on behalf of the party high command. “Observers come on behalf of high command. Why such circumstances were developed here, a research should be done,” he said, referring to rebellion by MLAs. Maken and Kharge were sent by high command as observers here to hold CLP meet. CM OKAYS 32 PROJECTS WORTH `1.42L CRORE Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot on Sunday approved a customised package for 32 projects that will attract an investment of more than Rs 1.42 lakh crore. These projects carry the potential to create at least 32,000 jobs in the State. P3  Amit Shah was offering sweets to our MLAs so how can I forget those 102 MLAs who saved govt: Gehlot  80-90% MLAs switch sides when change of CM happens but this did not happen in Rajasthan, says CM CrucialREAD INDONESIAN PRESIDENT ORDERS PROBE
  • 2. RAJASTHAN JAIPUR | MONDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2022 02 www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia First India Bureau Jaipur: President of Rajasthan State Sports Council, Dr Krishna Poonia on Sunday took a meeting of officials in SMS Stadium regard- ing the final phase of Rajiv Gandhi Rural Olympic Games, sched- uled to be held from Oc- tober 10 to 13. Dr Krishna Poonia said that the rural Olympics were held at gram panchayat, block and district level. “Now, it will be held at the state-level. The rural Olympics have in- creased the interest of youths in sports. Given its popularity, the Chief Minister has also an- nounced Olympic games for cities. Be- sides this, committees will be formed for the successful organisation of the state-level compe- tition,” said Sports Council President Dr Krishna Poonia. She added that 3,700 players, including both men and women, will be participating in the state-level competition. “Players from all 33 dis- tricts of the state will be participating in the sporting event. Prepa- rations are being made by the council to make it a memorable event,” added Dr Krishna Poo- nia. Rajasthan State Sports Council Secre- tary Rajulal Gurjar, Chief Sports Officer Virendra Poonia and others were also pre- sent at the meeting. Dr Krishna Poonia, Lal Chand Kataria, Rajender Yadav, Amin Kagzi, Virendra Poonia and others in the meeting on Sunday. Rural Oly Games: Dr Poonia reviews preps for final phase First India Bureau Bassi (Jaipur): Chief Secretary Usha Shar- ma on Sunday inspect- ed the government-run rehabilitation home for the ‘Specially- abled’ in Jamdoli. The Chief Secretary interacted with girls staying in the hostel and inquired about the problems being faced by them. She also gave nec- essary directions to of- ficials in this regard. During her visit, CS Usha Sharma also par- ticipated in the Sarva Dharma Prarthana or- ganized on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti. She also planted sap- lings. Senior IAS offi- cials including Dr Samit Sharma, Sualal Pahadia, Renu Meena, Ajay Meena, Rajendra Sharma, Arvind Seni, Ashok Jangid, Ashok Bairwa and others were present during event. CS Usha Sharma, Dr Samit Sharma, Sualal Pahadia, Renu Meena, Ajay Meena, Rajendra Sharma, Arvind Seni, Ashok Jangid, Ashok Bairwa and others interacting with Specially-abled residents. CS inspects rehab home for Specially-abled in Jamdoli Three arrested for firing at jeweller in Fatehpur First India Bureau Fatehpur (Sikar): Three people have been arrested by Kotwali Thana Police in con- nection with the attack on a jeweller in Fatehpur on Saturday. Police informed that out of the six accused, three have been arrest- ed. “Accused have been identified as Kishan, Phool Chand and Ankit Yadav. The accused had come to rob jeweller. However, they fled away when victim re- sisted & did not leave his bag. Accused were identified based on CCTV footage,” in- formed Rastradeep. Unemployed Raj youth start Dandi March in Gujarat AGITATING FOR DEMANDS Upen Yadav with other members of Rajasthan Unemployment Unified Federation marching from Palanpur on Sunday. First India Bureau Jaipur: On the occa- sion of Gandhi Jay- anti, the unemployed people of Rajasthan opened a front against the Congress government. They began the Dandi March on Sunday from Palanpur in Gu- jarat under the ban- ner of Rajasthan Un- employment Unified Federation. They will reach Ahmedabad Con- gress headquarters travelling 150 kilome- tres. More than 1100 unemployed people of the state will cam- paign against the Ra- jasthan government in Gujarat. State President of Rajasthan Unem- ployment Unified Federation, Upen Ya- dav said that thou- sands of unemployed people of the state have been agitating for a long time for their pending de- mands. “The govern- ment officials and ministers have not acted despite written agreement with us. That is why , ahead of the Gu- jarat elections, we will campaign against the promise made by the Con- gress here,” he said. Man arrested for killing his brother-in-law in Jpr First India Bureau Jaipur: A 34-year-old man was allegedly strangulated to death by his relative over a money dispute in Jaipur’s Jagatpura area on Friday. Police in- formed the deceased has been identified as Rajulal Meena (34), a resident of Pratap Na- gar. “Rajulal Meena and his brother-in-law, Dinesh Meena, were into property business. On Friday afternoon, the victim and accused exchanged heated argu- ments over a dispute of Rs 1 lakh. “The argu- ments led to a scuffle between the two, follow- ing which, Dinesh Mee- na allegedly killed Ra- julal Meena,” said po- lice. “Accused Dinesh Meena has been arrest- ed and is being interro- gated,” police added. Accused Dinesh Meena in police custody on Sunday. Nirmal Tiwari Jaipur: The 68th Wild- life Week in Rajasthan started on Sunday from Nahargarh Biological Park here. Wildlife Week is being celebrat- ed from October 2-8 at Nahargarh Biological Park and Jaipur Zoo. Many school students came to visit the Naha- rgarh Biological Park and a cleanliness drive was conducted at the Jaipur Zoo. Various competitions were organized at the Nahargarh Biological Park. In the Wildlife Week organized by the Forest Department, various awareness pro- grammes will be organ- ized across the state so that common people come forward to cooper- ate in forest and wild- life conservation. School children will be given free entry at Nahargarh Park during this period. There will be an essay competi- tion, lecture, writing, quiz and wildlife pic- ture recognition compe- titions. The winners of the competition will be given prizes by the For- est Department in the closing ceremony . 68th Wildlife Week starts at N’garh Biological Park & Zoo WILDLIFE CONSERVATION School students at Nahargarh Park in an event of the Wildlife Week. Children having refreshment at the Nahargarh Biological Park. Balloon with a message of 68th Wildlife Week was released on Sunday. Vehicle fitness centres aren’t fit enough! Shivendra Parmar Jaipur: The Transport Department is ineffec- tive in checking issuing of fitness certificates to vehicles without the ve- hicles arriving at the fitness centers. Despite all the complaints, the department is mute spectator as far as tak- ing action against such centres is concerned. Every month a large number of people are losing their lives in road accidents in the state and most the acci- dents are happening due to big vehicles. In many accidents it has come to the fore that the accident occurred due to non-completion of fitness of the vehicle. From Jaipur to Ja- lore and from Pali to Bharatpur, fitness cent- ers are openly flouting the rules. Most of the fitness centres operated in the state are either of peo- ple belonging to politi- cians or people of high status, and negligence has been found.             EXISTING PROBLEMS IN FUNCTIONING RESIDENTDOCTORSPROTESTWEARING BLACK BANDS OVER PG BOND POLICY Agitation will be on larger scale if demands are not heard, wanrs JARD President Vikas Sharma Jaipur: Residents are again on the path of agitation for various de- mands, including dis- crepancies in the bond policy for PG degree in the state. On the call of Jaipur Association of Resident Doctors (JARD), the residents of SMS Medical College demonstrated symboli- cally tying a black band on Sunday. Residents worked wearing black bands at SMS OPD and protested against the policies of administra- tion. A large number of residents gathered out- side Dhanvantri OPD. JARD President Dr Neeraj Damor said that the inconsistency of the bond policy made for the residents in state, the appointment of the residents on the posts against qualification, the implementation of earlier agreement with residents are some of the issues of protest. Dr Neeraj Damor said that if the demands of the residents are not heard, then their agita- tion will be on a larger scale in state. Resident doctors wearing black bands as a symbol of protest (inset top) Resident doctors outside Dhanvantri OPD (inset down) Residents taking a selfie while peacefully protesting on Sunday. Effigies of mythological evil character Ravana and his family members, made from bamboo, iron mesh and paper, await for customers near Mansarovar Metro Station, Jaipur. The craftsmen come to this area a few months ahead of the festival. THE ‘DEVIL’ AND HIS FAMILY! —PHOTO BY SUNIL SHARMA
  • 3. First India Bureau Jaipur: The Rajasthan govt has come on the back foot amid the growing agitation over OBC reservation dis- crepancies. On Sunday, CM Gehlot gave in-prin- ciple approval to re- move the discrepancies. PCC president Go- vind Singh Dotasara said that the youth of the state had been agi- tating for a long time regarding reservation discrepancies. “We talked to the of- ficials on this whole matter on Friday and took the matter to the CM. Today in-principle approval has been given to remove the discrep- ancies,” he said. Now after the issu- ance of written order, OBC candidates will be able to get the benefit of reservation in OBC quota. Former minister Harish Chaudhary sat on a dharna in Jaipur on Friday against his own govt over OBC res- ervation discrepancy. During this, along with Harish Chaudhary, In- dependent MLA Baljit Yadav and Jat Mahasa- bha state president Ra- jaram Meel warned of an agitation if discrep- ancy was not resolved. After this, a 5- mem- ber delegation led by Congress State Presi- dent Govind Singh Do- tasara went to the Chief Minister’s Office to get the matter resolved. Within 48 hours of this entire incident, the M has accepted the de- mands. First India Bureau Jaipur: Favouring the chief engineer of PHED who was arrested in a case of bribery has proved costly to an ACB officer. Manish Beni- wal, chief engineer -PHED, was caught by the ACB on Sept 26 while taking a bribe of Rs 10.40 lakh A case for the abuse of office was also regis- tered against Beniwal in the year 2016 but In- vestigating Officer Shravan Kumar was not taking action in the case. Even the opinion of experts was ignored. With this fact coming to the fore, DG ACB has ordered to relieve Shra- van Kumar from ACB. After Beniwal was ar- rested on Sept 26, the FIR registered against him in the year 2016 also came to the notice of the officers. This FIR was registered regard- ingpaymentinonecase. It was alleged that 500% more amount was paid than the amount fixed in tender whereas for this, a separate ten- der was to be issued. Investigation of this case was with Inspector Shravan Kumar. DG ACB B L Soni stated that no progress was made on the case for a long time. He said that in the case in which PHED suspended the ac- cused officer Manish Beniwal, the IO surpris- ingly did not find the al- legations as proved. First India Bureau Jaipur: Several cities in the State including Jaipur Greater and Jaipur Heritage have fared very poorly in the Swachh Survekshan 2022. No city has been included in the list of 20 cleanest cities in the country. Jaipur Herit- age has secured a rank of 26, while Jaipur Greater has slid down to 33rd position. Ra- jasthan has secured an overall position as the eighth cleanest state in the country . Rajasthan has not se- cured even half of the overall marks as com- pared to Madhya Pradesh. The overall marks of Madhya Pradesh are 4470 while that of Rajasthan is only 2150. That is why many cities of Madhya Pradesh have been in- cluded in the list of the cleanest city in the country. Indore has been ranked as the cleanest city for the sixth time in a row. It is followed by Surat in Gu- jarat and Navi Mumbai in Maharashtra. First India Bureau Jaipur: Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot on Sun- day approved a custom- ised package for 32 pro- jects that will attract an investment of more than Rs 1.42 lakh crore, an official release said. These projects carry the potential to create at least 32,000 jobs, it said. In the third meeting of the Board of Invest- ment at the Chief Min- ister’s residence here, Gehlot said the state government is commit- ted to removing hurdles in investment. Proposals approved in the meeting were mainly related to com- panies in the renewable energy sector, plastic, glass manufacturing, manufacturing of elec- tric vehicles, textiles and mines. Projects per- taining to minerals, food and beverage, hos- pitality, cement, auto and auto components, agriculture and agro- processing were also approved by the board, the release said. “The State Govern- ment is determined to set up units and in- crease employment op- portunities in the pri- vate sector,” said Gehlot while directing the de- partment for the prepa- rations for the Invest Rajasthan Summit. “This summit will play an important role in the industrial development of the state,” he said. Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot also in- structed to study the possibilities of develop- ment of the cement in- dustry in the Jaisalmer division. RAJASTHAN JAIPUR | MONDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2022 03 www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia Nirmal Tiwari Jaipur: After a long wait of almost three years, the world famous royal luxury train ‘Pal- ace on Wheels’ is ready tochugagain.Therefur- bishment work of the train has been done at a cost of about Rs 1.25 crore and an agreement will be signed with the Railways on October 4 for its re-operation. The ‘Palace on Wheels’ will have a FameTouronOctober8, whichwillbeflagged off by CM Gehlot. A small package has been made fortheFameTour,which will start from Jaipur to Ranthambore, Chittor, Udaipur, Bundi, Ajmer and culminateinJaipur. In this tour, some of the investors coming to the Rajasthan Invest- ment Summit like travel agents, tour operators, media promoters and tourism minister Vishv- endra Singh, Tourism Corporation President Dharmendra Rathore, Tourism Corporation’s Managing Director VP Singh, Executive Direc- tor Rakesh Kumar Yogi, Executive Director Works Madhav Sharma would also participate. The first official tour of Palace on Wheels will start from Safdarjung Station in New Delhi on October12.Sofar,38cab- ins have been booked. Chief Minister Gehlot will flag off the royal train from New Delhi on October 12. During this, Vishvendra Singh, Dharmendra Rathore, UnionRailwayMinister, Tourism Minister and Railway Board officials will also be present. After this, the second tour will start from Oc- tober 19. A total of nine cabinshavebeenbooked for this. However, for the tour starting on October 26, which happens to be on Bhai Dooj, 47 cabins have been booked. In such a situation, the tourism corporation is trying to adjust the booking of Oct 26 to Oct 19sothattheDiwalitour is spectacular. The PoW had stopped ops in 2019 due to the pandemic. But with the efforts of Dharmendra Rathore will start again. CM Gehlot to flag-off fame tour on October 8 Vikas Sharma Jaipur: Covid cases are seeing a decline in the statebutgovtdatashows a rise in dengue and swine flu patients. Ac- cording to the health dep, dengue has claimed five lives until now. An- other 3,812 cases of den- gue have been identified and a maximum of 1,311 patients have been iden- tified in Jaipur alone. Seasonal diseases are seeingarise.Atotalof 11 people died due to swine flu. There have been 505 cases of malaria and 141 cases of chikungunya. Officials have been told to do intense screening in danger areas. Udaipur (FIB): A head- constable was suspend- edinUdaipurforthrash- ing a man for not wear- ing a helmet. Police in- formedtheincidenttook placeatBohraGaneshJi Chauraha on Saturday when vehicles was stopped for checking. “Head-constable Ma- haveer Prasad, posted at Pratap Nagar Police Sta- tion stopped a man for not wearing a helmet. Suddenly, an argument broke out between them,” police said. “Af- ter a video of the inci- dent went viral, he was suspended,” said SP . First India Bureau Jaipur: The much- awaited Invest Ra- jasthan – 2022 summit, scheduled to take place on October 7, will be based on a wildlife theme. The summit will be inaugurated at 10:30 am in Ranthambore Hall at JECC, Sitapura. “The NRR conclave and Future Ready Sec- tors Conclave will be held at 2 pm on October 7 in Tal Chappar Hall. Similarly, Startup Con- clave will be organized at Mukandra Hall, while Tourism and Ag- ri-business Conclave will be held at Keoladeo Hall,” informed an offi- cial. Sources informed that wildlife parks of the state will be promot- ed through the Invest Rajasthan Summit and a message of ‘Green Ra- jasthan, Eco-Friendly Rajasthan’ will also be given through the sum- mit. Nearly 741 partici- pants had already regis- tered for the summit. Rajeev Gaur Jodhpur: Chairman of Rajasthan Tourism De- velopment Corporation (RTDC), Dharmendra Rathore, was on a one- day visit to Jodhpur on Sunday . During his vis- it, he said that efforts are being done for the development of tour- ism activities in west- ern Rajasthan. “New schemes are being in- troduced to explore pos- sibilities of tourism in Rajasthan. After the tourism sector was giv- en the status of an in- dustry, positive out- comes have been report- ed. The royal train will be flagged off on Octo- ber 8 by Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot,” said RTDC Chairman Dhar- mendra Rathore. Dharmendra Rathore also visited the Barkat- ullah Khan Stadium and saw the interna- tional Legends League Cricket match. COVID GONE, DENGUE ON! Cop beats youth for not wearing helmet, suspended Wildlife themed Invest Summit No Raj city in top 20; JMC-H ranks at 26 Swachh Survekshan 2022 RTDC head Rathore explores possibilities of tourism in Jodh  11 deaths due to swine flu this year  Only one case in January  Zero in February-March month  One death in April, 12 positive  3 deaths in May, 93 positive  3 deaths in June, 21 positive  13 patients marked positive in the month of July  2 deaths in August, 60 positive,  While two deaths in September, 114 positive  Five deaths due to den- gue so far this year  ELISA test - 3812 cases have been identified  Maximum 1311 patients in Jaipur alone DENGUE SWINE FLU YOU READ IT IN FIRST INDIA ON OCT 1, 2022 YOU READ IT IN FIRST INDIA ON SEPT 27, 2022 Field officers instructed to focus on screening 32,000 expected to get employment CM eyes at `1.42L cr of investment CM Gehlot gives in principle approval to resolve OBC quota amid severe agitation ACB removes own officer for collusion with PHED engineer CM APPROVES CUSTOMISED PACKAGE FOR 32 PROJECTS Dharmendra Rathore with his family members in Nagnechi Mata Mandir at Barmer on Sunday. DEVOTED TO DURGA! (1) Durga Pooja rituals begins on second day at Durga Bari in Bani Park on Sunday. (2) Devotees throng the Pooja Pandal to take ‘Aarti’. (3) A lady devotee engrossed in dance and the ritual on the occasion. —PHOTOS BY SANTOSH SHARMA 1 2 3 PALACE ON WHEEL CM Ashok Gehlot taking review meeting on Sunday. Minister Shakuntala Rawat, CS Usha Sharma, ACS Veenu Gupta, ACS Subodh Agrawal, Principal Finance Secy Akhil Arora, Principal Secy Energy Bhaskar A. Sawat, BIP Commissioner Omprakash Kasera and other high officials are also seen. Corona subsides; dengue, swine flu on rise in State RED-TAPISM MARS INVESTORS’ INTEREST IN STATE Jaipur: Bureaucratic red-tapism seems to be bulldozing the investors’ interest in the state. Ra- jasthan had inked MoUs with different firms for 1,680 projects aimed at netting in investments worth Rs 1.93 lakh to the desert state. However, of these, only investments worth just Rs 6,314 crore could be realised in 520 projects. The projects which ini- tially aimed at providing employment to 2.1 lakh individuals could in the end generate a meagre 34,000 jobs. Barely over 40% realisation of the projected investments is blamed because of red- tapism. The state needs to create an investor- friendly environment. The companies that took lead in implementation of MoU/LoI by investing in the state are Sangam India Limited, Daikin Air Condition Private Lim- ited, ARL Infratech and Marwar Cement etc.
  • 4. PERSPECTIVE JAIPUR | MONDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2022 04 www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia Vol 4 Issue No. 118 RNI NO. RAJENG/2019/77764. Printed and published by Anita Hada Sangwan on behalf of First Express Publishers. Printed at Bhaskar Printing Press, D.B. Corp Limited, Shivdaspura, Tonk Road, Jaipur. Published at 304, 3rd Floor, City Mall, Bhagwan Das Road, C-Scheme, Jaipur-302001, Rajasthan. Phone 0141-4920504. Editor-In-Chief: Dr Jagdeesh Chandra Editor: Anita Hada Sangwan responsible for selection of news under the PRB Act Amit Shah @AmitShah Bharat Ratna Lal Bahadur Shastri, the inspiration of the nation, wrote a golden chapter in the history of independent India with his simplicity, strong leadership and selfless service to the nation. His slogan of Jai Jawan-Jai Kisan united the country and infused the spirit of nation first among the people. Tributes to him on his birth anniversary. Dharmendra Pradhan @dpradhanbjp India has a lot to offer to the world. We have to create a global model. NEP 2020 will create global citizens of the 21st century who will be committed to humanity’s welfare in line with the Indian ethos of Vasudhaiv Kutumbakam. SPIRITUAL SPEAK Even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I fear no evil, for You are with me; Your rod and Your staff, they comfort me. —Bible IN-DEPTH CELEBRATING DURGA PUJA AFTER UNESCO’S RECOGNITION he recognition came in Decemberlastyear,but themomentof celebra- tion has arrived now. Kolkatans are celebrating Durga Puja with double the vigour and religiousfervorasitwasincluded inUnesco’sListof IntangibleCul- tural Heritage, the only festival from Asia to be conferred that honour. The prestigious recogni- tionhasmadeBengalisgoeuphor- ic as the popular festival attracts thousands to the capital of West Bengal.Itisaculturalandsecular event which sees participation of all sections of the society . After including Durga Puja in its list of intangible cultural her- itage the Unesco said, “…this inscription will offer encourage- ment to the local communities that celebrate Durga Puja, in- cluding all the craftspeople, de- signers, artists and organizers of large-scale cultural events, as well as tourists and visitors who partake in the inclusive festivity that is Durga Puja”. The Intangible Heritage List also includes, among others, Ve- dic chants, Ramlila, Yoga, Chhau dance and Garhwal’s re- ligious festival Ramman and Kalbelia of Rajasthan. TOP TWEETS T ongress presiden- tial election may seem farcical but it gives the Gan- dhi family a much-needed reprieve from dissidence. As per an assur- ance Sonia and Rahul Gan- dhi gave to the Congress Working Committee none from the family is contesting this poll despite demands from some of their loyalists that the scion should lead the party. That has not stopped people from calling this elec- tion a fixed match. Yet, the Gandhis’ control over the party will not weak- en given that the two candi- dates in fray so far- Mallikar- jun Kharge and Shashi Tha- roor - are old loyalists of the Gandhis besides being vet- eran Congressmen. Tharoor, though, is also a member of the G23 and asserted that “he is a candidate for change”. Ashok Gehlot and Digvijay Singh, on the other hand, may have pursued a line independent of that pre- ferred by Sonia or Rahul Gandhi. Manish Tiwari, who is a member of the dis- sident camp, who considered filing his nomination but did not, would have fallen in the latter category. By giving up their claim on the party president’s post, Sonia and Rahul Gandhi have technically addressed the dissidents’ main demand that no Gandhi should lead the party . That also frees the party from the charge of be- ing run by members of the Gandhi family . At 80, Kharge has seen the party’s high and lows and survived several party presidents. He is too old to be a rub- ber stamp president for ei- ther Sonia Gandhi or her son Rahul. Kharge has said that “there is no G23 camp now”. Perhaps, it is too ear- ly to say that. IS CONG PREZ POLL A FIXED MATCH? As per an assurance Sonia and Rahul Gandhi gave to the Congress Working Committee none from the family is contesting this poll despite demands from some of their loyalists that the scion should lead the party C he 1865 Indian Forest Act rep- resented the first attempt of the colonial state to bring about a comprehensive legis- lation on the subject. Its pri- mary aim was to assert the monopoly of the British over the Indian forest land. It em- powered the government to declare any land covered with trees, or brushwood or jungle as a government for- est and make rules to man- age it. As mentioned in the first article in the series, the task was to secure teak wood for railway sleepers by creat- ing a government monopoly over teak. However, as the forest department had still not been organized, the de- termination of whether the land in question was under forest or not, was determined by the Revenue officials. Over the next two dec- ades, the Forest depart- ment became more or- ganized, and forest offi- cials pointed out the la- cunae in the 1865 Act (from the point of view of the Forest depart- ment). Thus, the Indian Forest Act was revised in 1878, and the principal fallout was that it trun- cated the centuries-old traditional use by commu- nities of their forests. The provision of this Act es- tablished a virtual State monopoly over the for- ests in a legal sense on one hand, and on the other, as- serted that the customary use of the forests by the vil- lagers was not a ‘right’, but a ‘privilege’ that could be with- drawn at will. This was, in effect the disenfranchise- ment of the forest dwellers over their traditional rights over access and livelihoods. The 1878 Act divided for- ests into three categories- re- served, protected and village forests. The Reserved forests were called the ‘best forests and the villagers could not take anything from these for- ests, even for their own use. For house building or fuel, they could take wood from protected or village forests, but in effect they were at the mercy of the forest officials. By one stroke of the pen, the organic relationship between the forest dweller and the for- est was extinguished. This was followed by the first formal Forest Policy in 1894 in which the exception clauses took precedence over the stated objectives. There- fore, we shall talk of the ex- ceptions before the general policy. The three exceptions were that permanent cultiva- tion should come before for- estry and that the of satisfac- tion of local needs at non- competitive rates would take precedence over reve- nue: but it was left to the Forest department to de- fine what the local need was, and, and what exactly was ‘non- competitive’. Last but not the least was the realization of ‘maxi- mum revenue’. The general policy was the normative statement regarding the of adequate forest cover for preserva- tion of physical and cli- matic conditions and ful- filment of the needs of the people – observed more in breach than in practise. This was followed by the Indian Forest Act, 1927 which is still on the statute book, though it has been amended many times and supplement- ed with state legislation as well. It created the fourth cat- egory of Non-government Forest, besides introducing regulatory measures were in- troduced to prohibit/control quarrying of stones, burning of limeorcharcoal,thecollec- tion of any manufacturing process,orremovalof anyfor- est produce in any such forest and the breaking up or clear- ing for cultivation, for build- ing and for herding cattle. The Government of India Act of 1935 transferred the subject of Forestry to the state list. Not only was the recruitment to the IFS stopped, but it also meant that there was in effect, little central control over forest matters. Popular ministries too oath in the states, and in- creased the expenditure on welfare schemes, thereby put- ting pressure on the Finance department to seek addition- al sources of revenue. At that time, the main tax base of the states comprised land reve- nue followed by excise and commercial taxes. Given the pro- famer orientation of the freedom movement, land rev- enue could not be raised: in fact, many state governments announced remissions, and therefore the forest depart- ment was under pressure to mobilise funds for the en- hanced budgetary outlays. (To be continued) THE VIEWS EXPRESSED BY THE AUTHOR ARE PERSONAL T The Government of India Act of 1935 transferred the subject of Forestry to the state list. Not only was the recruitment to the IFS stopped, but it also meant that there was in effect, little central control over forest matters. Popular ministries too oath in the states, and increased the expenditure on welfare schemes, thereby putting pressure on the Finance department to seek additional sources of revenue. At that time, the main tax base of the states comprised land revenue followed by excise and commercial taxes. The 1865 Indian Forest Act represented the first attempt of the colonial state to bring about a comprehensive legislation on the subject. Its primary aim was to assert the monopoly of the British over the Indian forest land. It empowered the government to declare any land covered with trees, or brushwood or jungle as a government forest and make rules to manage it THE DISENFRANCHISEMENT OF THE FOREST DWELLER RAJ DHARMA 19 SANJEEV CHOPRA The writer superannuated as the Director of the LBS National Academy of Administration, India’s apex training institution, and curates Valley of Words: An annual Literature and Arts festival at Dehradun, where he currently resides forest or not, was determined (from the point of view of the Forest depart- ment). Thus, the Indian Forest Act was revised in 1878, and the principal fallout was that it trun- cated the centuries-old traditional use by commu- nities of their forests. The provision of this Act es- tablished a virtual State estry and that the of satisfac- tion of local needs at non- competitive rates would take precedence over reve- nue: but it was left to the Forest department to de- fine what the local need was, and, and what exactly was ‘non- competitive’. Last but not the least was the realization of ‘maxi- mum revenue’. the normative statement regarding the of adequate forest cover for preserva- tion of physical and cli- YOU READ RAJ DHARMA 18 ON SEPTEMBER 19, 2022
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  • 7. Mysuru (ANI): Con- gress leader and MP Ra- hul Gandhi along with party leaders attended an event at Badanavalu, Mysuru to mark the 153rd birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, on the 25th day of the par- ty’s Bharat Jodo Yatra. Rahul Gandhi offered a floral tribute to the Mahatma Gandhi statue at Khadi Gramodyog, Badanavalu Karnataka at 8 am followed by a prayer meeting. On the 25th day of Bharat Jodo Yatra, Gandhi visited Khadi Village Indus- tries at Badnavalu in memory of Bapu, said Congress. “With Gandhi ‘topi’ on his head, Bapu’s val- ues in his heart and in- tention to unite India, Rahul Gandhi along with other participants of Bharat Jodo Yatra visited Khadi Village In- dustriesatBadnavalu in memory of Bapu on the occasion of Gandhi Jay- anti,” tweeted the Con- gress party . Rahul Gandhi also met the women weavers and talked about their experiences and chal- lenges at work. He un- dertook a tree planta- tionbytheBharatYatris Khadi Garmodyog, Badanavalu. Padyatra resumed at Sree Kaalibeeramma Temple Kadakola Indus- trial Mysuru junction at 4.30intheafternoonand halted at 7 pm at Bandi- palya, near APMC. The participantsof the3,500- km march from Kanya- kumari to Kashmir were to stay near JSS Grounds, near Exhibi- tion Grounds Mysuru. INDIA JAIPUR | MONDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2022 06 www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia Shimla (ANI): BJP chief JP Nadda on Sun- day inaugurated the party’s district office in Una and was quick to take a jibe at the Con- gress saying that it has been reduced to merely a ‘brother-sister party’. “Congress today had becomeapartyof broth- erandsisterwithalmost no base of its own and Congress fought on 380 seats in Uttar Pradesh and its candidates lost their security deposits in370seats,whichvindi- cates the fact that the people of the country have lost its faith in the party”, he said. Addressing the peo- ple, Nadda said it was the vision of PM Naren- dra Modi that all the state BJP units have their own headquarter atthestatelevelandalso at the district level. “PM Modi in the year 2014 de- cided that as many as 512 offices would be con- structed throughout the country and out of these, 235 offices had been completed and work was going on for the remaining,” he said. Himachal Pradesh CM Jai Ram Thakur and Union Minister An- urag Thakur were also present on the occasion. New Delhi (PTI): Two men allegedly killed a six-year-old boy as “hu- man sacrifice” by slit- ting his throat and at- tacking him on the head in Delhi’s Lodhi Colony, police said on Sunday . Accused Vijay Kumar and Amar Kumar are natives of Bihar and they have been arrested, police said, adding they were under the influ- ence of drugs while committing the crime. The accused and the boy’s parents were workingasconstruction labourers. Vijay and Amar have confessed to the crime and said they killed the boy to gain “prosperity”. All of them were living in the same slum, police said. On Saturday night the accused called him to their cooking space and killed him by first attacking on his head and then slitting his throat, the police said. Patna (Agencies): Bi- har agriculture minis- ter Sudhakar Singh, who often embarrassed the Nitish Kumar gov- ernment by his outspo- kenness, tendered his resignation, his father and state RJD president Jagadanand Singh said on Sunday . Though the minister could not be reached for his comments after the drastic step, his father said Sudhakar Singh had lent his voice to the concerns of the farming community “but some- times,thisisnotenough. Sacrifices have to be made. Therefore, the ag- riculture minister has sent his resignation let- ter to the government”. Jagadanand Singh cryptically added that the move was taken “be- cause we did not want the rift to widen” (hum nahin chahte hain ki ye ladaai aage badhe). Bhitiharwa (PTI): Po- litical strategist Prashant Kishor be- gan a 3,500-kilometre long pa- dayatra’ from the G a n d h i Ashramin B i h a r ’ s West Champaran dis- trict on Sunday, the birth anniversary of the Father of the Nation, as part of his Jan Suraj’ campaign. The march is widely seen as a precur- sor to Prashant Kishor’s entry into politics. Lucknow: A 1999 batch IAS Sanyukta Samaddar, has been made the new com- missioner of Bareilly. The UP govt had earlier appointed 2006 batch IAS Dr Sarika Mohan as Bareilly commissioner, but due to family reasons she refused to take charge. After this, Samaddar was appointed. In Lucknow, Moradabad and Bareilly divisions in UP. First India Bureau New Delhi: Union Min- ister of State Dr Jiten- dra Singh on Sunday launched the Special SwachhtaCampaign2.0, with a focus on Swach- hata including disposal of scrap and reducing Pendency in Govern- ment at DARPG office, Sardar Patel Bhawan. Dr Singh began the campaign by disposing off E-waste of DARPG, followed by inspection of office and Shredding of First File in ARC Di- vision and presentation of Bamboo Waste Paper Basket to two Under Secretaries in DARPG. The drive launched on “BapuJayanti” from Oct 2 to 31 is aimed at ensuring timely and ef- fective disposal of Pub- lic Grievances, Refer- ences from MPs, State Govts, Inter-Ministerial Consultations and Par- liamentary Assurances and disposal of scrap. BHARAT JODO YATRA IN KARNATAKA Rahul pays tribute to Mahatma on his153rdbirthanniversary SONIA GANDHI TO PARTICIPATE IN YATRA ON OCTOBER 6 IN KARNATAKA ‘TOLD THAROOR TO HAVE CONSENSUS CANDIDATE, BUT HE WANTED CONTEST’ New Delhi (PTI): Con- gress president Sonia Gandhi will participate in the Bharat Jodo Yatra on October 6 in Karnataka, sources said on Sun- day. The Yatra will pass through Karnataka for 21 days covering 511 km in the state. It began on September 7 from Kan- yakumari and entered Karnataka on Friday after passing through Tamil Nadu and Kerala. Sonia Gandhi will walk with the participants on October 6 during the Karnataka leg of the Yatra, a party source said. This would be the first time that Sonia will participate in the Yatra which began when she was abroad for a medical check-up. Rahul Gandhi has been walking continuously in the Yatra and reached Gundlupet in Karnataka on September 30 from Gudalur in neighbouring Tamil Nadu. New Delhi (PTI): Nomi- nee for the AICC presi- dent post Mallikarjun Kharge on Sunday said he told fellow contender Shashi Tharoor that it would be better to have a consensus candidate, but the Lok Sabha MP insisted on a contest for the “sake of democ- racy”. Kharge said if he becomes the party chief, he will consult the Gandhi family and other senior leaders and implement the good things suggested by them, even as he rejected claims that he was the “official candidate” backed by the Gandhis. Launching his Congress presiden- tial poll campaign with a press conference at his residence here, 80-year- old Kharge said there is no G-23 camp now and all those leaders want to fight unitedly against the RSS-BJP. Nagpur (ANI): Ahead of the Congress presi- dential polls, Shashi Tharoor said that he represents change in the party which a leader like Mallikarjun Kharge can’t bring about. While addressing party work- ers at Mahatma Gandhi Memorial in Nagpur on Sunday, he said that the Congress president’s polls are not a war, but only “he” can bring the required changes in the party. “Some people are saying that Kharge Ji is a senior leader, and why don’t I get out of the race for him? I respect Kharge Ji, but it’s a poll for our party’s future,” Shashi Tharoor said. First India Bureau New Delhi: The launch of Fit India Freedom Run 3.0 took place at the Major Dhyanchand Na- tional Stadium in New Delhi on Sunday morn- ing on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti. One of the biggest nationwide movements started by the Government of In- dia during the peak of Covid-19 pandemic in 2020, the third edition was jointly launched with a Fit India Plog Run by Union Minister of Law and Justice Kiren Rijiju and Union Minister of Youth Af- fairs and Sports Anurag Thakur. The third edi- tion of the Fit India Freedom Run started off on October 2 and will go on until October 31. Also in attendance on Sunday was former Un- ion Health Minister Harshvardhan Goel, Secretary Sports Sujata Chaturvedi, Director General, Sports Author- ity of India (SAI) Sand- ip Pradhan, Fit India ambassador Ripu Da- man Bevli as well as other officials from the Sports Ministry and SAI along with a large number of participants. Reiterating the Prime Minister’s vision, Rijiju mentioned, “When Nar- endra Modi launched the Fit India movement in 2019, his vision was to make the entire na- tion fit. This movement over the years has now become such a massive success. Everyone is now interested to join the movement and the Fit India mobile app is also being downloaded with much enthusiasm every single day .” Echoing his senti- ments, Anurag Thakur mentioned, “From Aza- di ka Amrit Mahotsav to Amrit Kaal, we have to keep working to- wards Prime Minister’s vision of taking India to new heights.” Rijiju, Anurag Thakur launch Fit India Freedom Run 3.0 GANDHI JAYANTI SPECIAL Union Minister Anurag Thakur (L) and Union Minister of Law and Justice Kiren Rijiju with former Union Minister Harshvardhan Goel at the launch of Fit India Freedom Run in New Delhi, on Sunday. CRUCIAL READ 6-year-old boy killed in human sacrifice in Delhi, 2 held ‘Congress reduced to brother-sister party’ JP Nadda inaugurates party office in presence of Himachal CM Jairam Thakur and Union Minister Anurag Thakur in Una on Sunday. Dr Jitendra Singh launches Spl Swachhta Campaign 2.0 MoS Dr Jitendra Singh takes stock of the campaign on Sunday. Congress leader Rahul Gandhi along with children paints a panel on the wall of a school at Badanavalu village, during party’s ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’, in Mysuru, on Sunday. —PHOTO BY PTI GEHLOT THROWS HIS WEIGHT BEHIND KHARGE Jaipur: Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot said on Sunday that veteran party leader Mallikarjun Kharge has the experi- ence to strengthen the Congress and would emerge as a clear winner in the party presidential poll, while his rival in the race Thiruvananthapuram MP Shashi Tharoor be- longs to “elite class”. THAROOR SAYS HE REPRESENTS CHANGE IN CONG KHARGE CAN’T BRING ABOUT KANPUR ACCIDENT: CM YOGI MEETS VICTIMS’ FAMILIES GOA: POLICE NABS MAN WITH 11 GRAMS COCAINE Kanpur (PTI): A day after 26 people died in a trac- tor-trolley accident here, a station house officer was suspended for alleged “dereliction of duty” while the tractor driver was still absconding. Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath met the injured at the hospital and the bereaved families at Kortha village. The loss of lives in road accidents is a matter of grave con- cern and the government would launch more aware- ness programmes on road safety to prevent such tragedies, he said and again appealed to people not to use tractor-trolly to ferry passengers. Kanpur District Magistrate Vishak G on Sunday told PTI. Mapusa (ANI): Mapusa Police has arrested a man from Belgavi, Karna- taka with 11 grams of cocaine, worth Rs 1 lakh. According to the police report, PSI Bablo S Parab informed that on Satur- day at New Bus Terminus, Mapusa, a narcotics raid was conducted and the accused was caught red handed. The accused has been identified as Zaheer Sheikh, who is a resident of Veerbhadranagar. The team was led by PI Paresh Naik under the supervision of SDPO Mapusa, Jiviba Dalvi. 11 grams of cocaine, worth Rs 1 lakh was seized and a case under the NDPS Act has been registered. PK starts 3,500 km padayatra on Gandhi Jayanti Bihar agriculture minister Sudhakar Singh resigns VARANASI COMMISSIONER DEEPAK AGARWAL GETS CENTRE POSTING TWO SUSPENDED IPS OFFICERS REINSTATED IN UTTAR PRADESH IAS SAMADDAR IS NEW BAREILLY COMMISSIONER Lucknow: The Centre has issued an order for the posting of 35 officers, which includes Joint Secretary rank bureaucrats from across the country. The most important among them is Varanasi Commis- sioner Deepak Agarwal. He has been made Joint Secretary, Housing Urban Affairs Ministry at the Centre. Agarwal has been posted at the Centre for five years and has been a dear officer of both the Central and State governments. He has contributed a lot in the development of Var- anasi. Now, it remains to be seen which IAS officer would the state government pick as the new commissioner in PM Modi’s parliamen- tary constituency. Lucknow: Two IPS officers DIG Anant Dev and former Ghaziabad SSP Pawan Kumar, who had been sus- pended for a long time, were reinstated by the UP govt. IPS Anant Dev was suspended on the basis of the report of Bikru case and Kumar was suspended for negligence in work. The two officers have been reinstated but the departmental inquiry would continue. Dev and Kumar have been put on the waiting list after being reinstated. UP BUREAUCRACY By Ahtesham Siddiqui... IPS Pawan Kumar IPS Anant Dev
  • 8. First India Bureau Alwar: One man has been caught in connec- tion with an alleged gang-rape of a 17-year- old girl by eight men, who also extorted money from her and later circulated her video online. “One of the accused identified as Akram has been detained. He is be- ing interrogated,” Cir- cle Officer Kishangarh Bas Atul Agre said. The FIR was regis- tered on September 29 against eight accused who allegedly gang- raped the minor thrice, police said, adding that different teams are searching for the other accused. Shedding light on the case, SHO of the police station Amit Kumar said the 17-year-old vic- tim received a call from one Sahil on December 31, 2021, who told her that he had some objec- tionable pictures of her, asking her to meet him. When she reached there, other accused from the same village raped her. He said the girl was raped twice after that on January 3 and April 6. “The father of the girl alleged that the accused filmed obscene videos and extorted Rs 50,000 for not circulating it,” he said. The family of the girl alleged that the accused had been de- manding more money and when they failed to give, the accused circu- lated the video. The SHO said all the accused are residents of the same village. They have been identi- fied as Javed, Arbaz, Talim, Mustakim, Sal- man and two others named Akram. NEWS JAIPUR | MONDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2022 07 www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia New Delhi: In a major bureaucratic reshuffle, the Centre on Sunday cleared the appointment of Joint Secretary or Joint Secretary equivalent officers in various ministries and departments. The list of officers appointed goes as follows: MUGDHA SINHA (IAS:1999:RJ) appointed as Joint Secretary, Culture Ministry for 5 years. AJAY BHADOO (IAS:1999:GJ) appointed as Dy Election Commissioner, ECI, for 5 years. AKASH TRIPATHI (IAS:1998:MP) appointed as CEO, MyGov, MeitY for 5 years vice Abhishek Singh (IAS:1995:NL). RAHUL SHARMA (IAS:1998:JH) appointed as Joint Secretary, Ministry of AYUSH for 5 years. DEEPAK AGARWAL (IAS:2000:UP) appointed as Joint Secretary, Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs for 5 years. AJAY YADAV (IAS:2005:BH) appointed as Joint Secretary, New Renewable Energy Ministry for 5 years. PANKAJ YADAV (IAS:2001:HY) appointed as Joint Secy, Agri Farmers Welfare for 5 years. RAJAT KUMAR (IAS:2005:CG) appointed as Joint Secretary, Department of Personnel Training for 5 years. PRIYANKA BASU INGTY (IAS:2004:HP) appointed (in-situ elevation) as Regional Director (JS level), SSC, Kolkata under DOPT for 7 years. DEEPAK MISHRA (IFS:1996:KL) appointed as Joint Secretary, Department of Chemicals Petrochemicals for 5 years. INDU C NAIR (IRAS:2001) appointed as Joint Secretary, Department of Commerce for 7 years. GURMEET SINGH CHAWLA (IRAS:1998) appointed as Joint Secretary, Ministry of Culture for 5 years. AJAY KUMAR (IAS:2006:GJ) appointed as Joint Secretary, Defence Dept for 5 years. MANOJ KUMAR SAHOO (IAS:2006:UT) appointed as Joint Secretary, Department of Drinking Water Sanitation for 7 years. AJAY YADAV (IAS:2006:TN) appointed as Joint Secretary, Cabinet Secretariat for 7 years. D SENTHIL PANDIYAN (IAS:2002:UD) appointed as Joint Secretary, Ministry of Earth Sciences for 5 years. HANISH CHHABRA (IAS:2006:TN) appointed as Joint Secretary, Department of Economic Affairs for 7 years. SATYAJIT MISHRA (CSS) appointed as Joint Secy, Ministry of Environment, Forest Climate Change till his superannuation on 31.05.2027. MUKESH KUMAR BANSAL (LAS:2005:CG) appointed as Joint Secretary, Department of Financial Services for 5 years. TJ KAVITHA (IFS:2000:RJ) appointed as Joint Secy, Dept of Food Public Distribution for 5 years or vice Mukta Shekhar (IRAS:1994). SACHIN MITTAL (IPOS:2000) appointed as Joint Secretary, Dept of Health Family Welfare for 7 years vice Vikas Sheel (lAS:1994:CG). MANASHVI KUMAR (IAS:2004:PB) appointed as Joint Secy, Dept of Health Family Welfare for 5 years vice Padmaja Singh (CSS). BASANT GARG (LAS:2005:PB) appointed as Additional CEO, National Health Authority under Health Family Welfare Dept for 5 years. HANIF QURESHI (IPS:1996:HY) appointed as Joint Secretary, Ministry of Heavy Industries for 5 years vice Nidhi Chhibber (lAS:1994:CG). SURBHI JAIN (IES:2001) appointed as Joint Secretary, Dept of Economic Affairs for 5 years. RAVI KUMAR ARORA (IAS:2006:GJ) appointed as Joint Secretary, Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs for 5 years. RAHUL JAIN (IAS:2005:MP) appointed as Joint Secretary, DIPAM for 5 years. RUPESH KUMAR THAKUR (IAS:2006:UT) appointed as Jointt Secretary, Ministry of Labour Employment for 5 years. NANDITA GUPTA (LAS:2001:HP) appointed as Joint Secretary, Ministry of Labour Employment for 5 years. FARIDA MAHMOOD NAIK (CSS) appointed (in-situ elevation) as Joint Secretary, Ministry of Mines for 5 years. FRANKLIN L KHOBUNG (IFS:1998:GJ) appointed as Joint Secretary, Department of Agriculture Farmers Welfare for 5 years. MOHD AFZAL (CPES:1995) appointed as Joint Secretary, Ministry of Power for 5 years. AMIT SHUKLA (IFS:1999:TR) appointed as Joint Secy, Rural Development Dept for 5 years. INDIRA MURTHY (CSS) appointed as Joint Secretary, Dept of Social Justice Empowerment till her superannuation on 30.04.2023. LOCHAN SEHRA (IAS:2002:GJ) appointed as Joint Secretary, IN-SPACe (Ahmedabad) for a tenure of five years. POWERGallery One held in gangrape of minor by 8 men in Alwar All the accused are residents of the same village, says the SHO Man who raped dalit minor held from Hyderabad Accused Gopal Singh in the police custody in Barmer. Mukesh Mathrani Barmer: In case of rape with dalit minor girl raped in govern- ment school’s bath- room, within seven days of the incident Gudamalani police in Barmer arrested the rape accused from Hy- derabad. Police said that soon after the inci- dent, the accused was successful in abscond- ing and was hiding in Hyderabad. Police said that with the help of a cyber team they nabbed the accused. The girl was raped in the govt school’s bath- room on Sept 24. In this matter the victim’s mother lodged the case at Gudamalani police station area in Barmer. She alleged that on Sep- tember 24, her daughter went to get the cow dung. In the meantime, the accused identified as Gopal Singh, who met her daughter on the way, suggested her that there is cow dung available outside the bathroom in the school campus. Police mentions caste in transfer Tonk (PTI): The Tonk PoliceonSaturdayfaced criticism after it issued a transfer order men- tioning castes of eight constables who have been shifted. Hours lat- er withdrew the order, saying it was an unin- tentional mistake.Tonk SP Manish Tripathi had issued the order accord- ing to which eight con- stables were trans- ferred. In the list, imme- diately after the name, there was a caste col- umn containing castes of every constable in it. Municipalityheadattackedbyironrod First India Bureau Bundi: Municipality Chairman Kanhaiyalal Karad was attacked by an unidentified mis- creant in the Kesho- raipatan tehsil of Bun- di district on Sunday. Police informed a bike- borne miscreant armed with an iron rod came and attacked Kanhaiyalal Karad. “The victim was on his way home from Karkara Market when a miscreant came on a bike and attacked him with an iron rod. How- ever, Kanhaiyalal man- aged to flee from the spot and save his life. Congress leaders de- manded immediate ar- rest of the accused,” police added. “The ac- cused motorcycle has been seized and he will be arrested soon,” po- lice said. The protes- tors, including Con- gress workers and vari- ous trade organisa- tions, have decided to keep markets closed to- day in protest against the incident. NSG commando shot,hurt by nine armedmenon3bikesinBharatpur First India Bureau Bharatpur: An NSG commando was shot at by bike-borne miscre- ants in Kotwali police station area of Bharat- pur district, police said on Sunday . Police said a case has been regis- tered against the ac- cused Shera, Anil Gur- jar and other accom- plices in this regard. SHO Ramkishan said the accused opened fire at Ajit, who is posted as NSG commando in the Indian Army, last on Saturday night. He was passing through the area when the accused opened fire. One bullet hit his hand and the other hit his thigh. He said on information, the police team reached the spot and recovered 12 empty liquor bottles from there. He said the matter is being investi- gated and Ajit is under treatment in the local hospital. Kanhaiyalal Karad Police investigating at the spot. Kota (PTI): Body of a 50-year-old man was recovered from the well of his farm with his feet tied together with a towel, police said on Sunday. The deceased was identified as Hemraj Lodha, son of Pannal- al, a resident of Haipu- ra village under Gha- toli police station of Jhalawar district. According to family members, Lodha had gone out for a walk on Saturday morning but when he did not return till evening, they start- ed searching for him. After spotting his to- bacco box floating in the well, the water was drained out from the water body and Lod- ha’s body was found deep in the well around 2 am. On information of the incident, the po- lice also rushed to the spot at night and re- covered the body, whose feet were tied with a towel, however, there was no mark of injury over his body, SHO at Ghatoli police station Mohammed Ibrahim said. 50-year-old’s body recovered from well SHRC SEEKS REPORT FROM POLICE BY OCTOBER 15 The State Human Rights Commis- sion took suo-motu cognisance in the matter and filed a case. Commission chairman Justice Gopal Krishan Vyas said the matter is serious and sought a report. He issued notice to Director General Police to submit a factual report by October 15 by conducting a fair investigation by a high level officer. YOU READ IT IN FIRST INDIA ON OCT 1, 2022 FIGHTER RUDRA WILL BE DEPLOYED AT JODHPUR Sangeeta Sharma Jodhpur:Thesquad- ron of indigenous fighter helicopter Rudra will be de- ployed today at Jodh- pur Air Force Sta- tion, the country’s largest most im- portant Indian Air Force. Defence Min- ister Rajnath Singh and Chief of the Air Staff Air Chief Mar- shal VR Choudhary will attend the cere- mony on the occa- sion. This will be the country’sfirstsquad- ron of Light Combat Helicopter (SHB) to be stationed in Jodh- pur. In June last, the army got its squad- ron.Thedeployment of Rudra Squadron in Jodhpur will in- crease the air force of the Western Front. Five years ago, the first squad- ron of indigenous AdvancedLightHeli- copter Dhruv was deployed in Jodhpur. Sangeeta Sharma Rajeev Gaur Jodhpur: The former New Zealand skipper Ross Taylor and West Indies star Ashley Nurse smashed blazing half-centuries to help India Capitals enter the final of Legends League Cricket after beating Bhilwara Kings by four wickets in a thrilling qualifier at the Barkatullah Khan Stadium on Sunday. Taylor struck a quick- fire 84 off 39 which in- cluded nine fours and five massive sixes while Nurse hit unbeaten 60. His 28-ball brilliant knock was laced with five fours and four sixes as India Capitals chased down the highest target of the season comforta- bly in the end with three balls to spare. In a battle between Top-2 teams of the league, table-toppers In- dia Capitals responded well while chasing Bhilwara Kings’ total of 226-5. Scoring at a brisk rate, Ross Taylor kept them in the hunt by smashing the quickest fifty of the league in just 20 balls. India Capitals defeat Bhilwara Kings by 4 wickets LEGENDS LEAGUE QUALIFIER GAYLE, SEHWAG CELEBRATE GARBA Jodhpur: Virender Sehwag and Chris Gayle among the other Adani Sportline-owned Gujarat Giants players cel- ebrated Navratri in Jodhpur. The cricketers exhibited stunning moves as they groove to traditional music at a special garba night. The cricketers, who are generally seen in cricketing gears on the field, enthralled the fans by performing garba in the traditional outfit. Gujarat Giants are currently in Jodhpur for Legends League Cricket. India Capitals celebrate the win in Jodhpur on Sunday. Chris Gayle Graeme Swann
  • 9. Bharat Dixit Jaipur: Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot on Sun- day asserted that the Centre should provide money on a weekly ba- sis as social security to all needy people in the country similar to that in the US and UK. He said that instead of be- ing arrogant, the Gov- ernment of India should also learn from States and implement their good schemes at the national level. Gehlot said this after paying floral tributes to the statue of Mahatma Gandhi at the Secretar- iat. He also participated in Ramdhuni for about 30 minutes and attend- ed events at SMS stadi- um, Gandhi Circle. “Why should not fam- ilies compulsorily get weekly money like oth- er countries. This will help in running the families and only those who need it will get. You go to London, America, social security is every- where,” he said. An intelligent person understands the difference between knocking on your door or the wall. —Dr Jagdeesh Chandra, CEO Editor-in-Chief, First India JAIPUR | MONDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2022 www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia 08 2NDFRONT POSTAL REG NO. JPC/004/2022-24 Rajendra Chhabra Jaipur: The Depart- ment of Personnel is grappling with the shortage of IAS offic- ers. On September 30, when two IAS officers Ravi Shankar Srivasta- va and K B Pandey re- tired, additional charge of their posts had to be given to another IAS of- ficer. The total count of officers holding addi- tional charge has in- creased to more than 15. Thesituationof short- ageof IASofficersisthat in the 9 months of the current year so far, 18 of- ficers have retired while byDecember3,moreIAS officers will retire. The problem of DoP is that it is not in a position to re- place the retiring offic- ers, then the easy and simple way is to give ad- ditional charge. This year, 4 IAS offic- ers have gone abroad on study leave. Finding an alternative to these of- ficers has also become a problem for the DoP. The fact is that the strength of the sanc- tioned cadre of IAS of Rajasthan is basically less. This, as on today , is 313 and 248 officers are working against this. Last week, Rajasthan’s Principal Secretary DoP HemantGeraraisedthis issue in the meeting of DoPsecretariesof allthe States, called by the Cen- tre in New Delhi. Prior to this, Rajya Sabha MP Kirori Lal Meena also met Union Personnel Minister Ji- tendra Singh. He had demanded that the cad- re strength of IAS of Rajasthan should be in- creased from 313 to 365. According to experts, thedemandof Rajasthan is justified. Rajasthan has the lowest number of IAS officers as com- paredtoother5States.In Haryana, 77 IAS officers are approved per 1 crore population. The cadre strength of IAS is 77 in Punjab, 49 in Tamil Nadu, 60 in Chhattis- garh and 52 in Madhya Pradesh whereas in Ra- jasthan, only 39 IAS of- ficers are sanctioned against the population of 1 crore. Another aspect of the comparative data is that where an IAS serves an area of 206 square kilo- meters in Haryana, an IAS in Rajasthan is re- sponsible for an area of 1093 square kilometers. Another problem is that after different types of central deputa- tion also lead to further shortage of IAS officers in the States. Asontoday ,Rajasthan has 19 IAS officers on deputation outside the State. Four officers are on study leave, three are on long leave and three are on interstate deputa- tion. In this way, a total of 29 IAS officers are outside Rajasthan. The biggest problem in Rajasthan is the lack of ACS, Principal Secre- taries and Secretaries. Today , the State has a total of 6 Additional Chief Secretaries avail- able. Of these, 3 are post- ed outside the Secretar- iat. Experts say that there should be at least 8 or 10 Additional Chief Secretaries in the secre- tariat. It is true that due to the crisis of the offic- ers, it is the compulsion of the DoP to give addi- tional charge but there should also be proper justification in giving additional charges. DoP’s credibility gets dented by giving addi- tional charges arbitrar- ily or in a biased man- ner. The latest example is that of Director Mines. Additional charge of this impor- tant post has been given to Pradeep k Gawande, a very junior IAS officer of 2013 batch. He is the MD of RSMM in Udaipur. It is not hidden from anyone that this charge has been given to Gawande on political recommendation, but it has put a strain on the credibility of the DoP . DoP grapples with shortage of IAS officers, more to retire soon First India Bureau Jaipur: Governor Kalraj Mishra paid flo- ral tributes to Mahatma Gandhi and former Prime Minister Late Lal Bahadur Shastri at Raj Bhavan on Sunday . “The true tribute to Mahatma Gandhi and Shastri ji is that we should be determined to follow the ideal path shown by them. Entire life of Gandhiji is syn- onymous with sacrifice, penance and non-vio- lence,” Mishra said. Hesaidthattheslogan ‘Jai Jawan Jai Kisan’ given by Lal Bahadur Shastriwithasimplelife and high thoughts is rel- evant even today . He said that both of them were great human beings and their ideals are the bright way to live life. Principal Sec- retary Subir Kumar, OSD Govind Ram Jaiswal were also pre- sent on the occasion. First India Bureau Jaipur: Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot on Sun- day said veteran party leader Mallikarjun Kharge has the experi- ence to strengthen the Congress and would emerge as a clear win- ner in the party presi- dential poll, while his rival in the race Shashi Tharoor belongs to the “elite class”. “Kharge has a long political experience. He has a clean heart, he comes from the Dalit communityand(Kharge contesting election) is being welcomed every- where,” he told report- ers after paying tributes to Mahatma Gandhi at the secretariat here. “Tharoor is a class apart; he is from elite class but the kind of experience which is needed to strengthen the party at booth, block and district lev- els, that is with Kharge and cannot be com- pared to Shashi Tha- roor,” he said. First India Bureau Jaipur: The gathering of more than 1.5 crore people on the occasion of World Non-Violence Day and the birth anni- versary of Mahatma Gandhi entered the World Book of Records on Sunday . The provisional cer- tificate of the world re- cord was handed over to Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot by Minister of Art and Culture BD Kalla, Principal Secre- tary Gayatri Rathore and Joint Secretary Pankaj Ojha. Dignitaries of the state, Gandhians, think- ers, school and college students, self-help groups, Rajeevika Group Self Help Groups, public repre- sentatives, MPs, MLAs, Ministers and general public participated in the Sarva Dharma Pra- rthana Sabha across the state and Gandhi Sadbhavna Samman ceremony in Jaipur. GIVE SOCIAL SECURITY TO NEEDY AKIN TO UK, US: CM TO CENTRE Guv pays tributes to Gandhi, Shastri on their birth annivs Rajasthan celebrates Gandhi Jayanti with world record ‘Central Government should implement States’ good schemes at national level’ Rajasthan first State to constitute Department of Peace and Non-violence Governor Kalraj Mishra pays floral tributes to Mahatma Gandhi and Lal Bahadur Shastri on their birth anniversaries. Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, BD Kalla, Gayatri Rathore, Pankaj Ojha and others with the World Book of Records certificate. Students take part in Gandhi Jayanti programme at SMS Stadium in Jaipur on Sunday. CM Ashok Gehlot, BD Kalla, Rajendra Yadav, GR Meghwal, Kuldeep Ranka, Lokesh Sharma and others during Gandhi Jayanti event at SMS Stadium. —PHOTOS BY MUKESH KIRADOO CM Ashok Gehlot and Govind Singh Dotasra pay tribute to Mahatma Gandhi at PCC HQ in Jaipur on Sunday. CM Ashok Gehlot Mallikarjun Kharge Shashi Tharoor CM Ashok Gehlot pays tribute to Mahatma Gandhi at Gandhi Circle. The state-level function on Gandhi Jayanti was held at SMS Stadium. Chief guest of the programme Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot honoured five eminent Gandhian personali- ties with Gandhi Sadbhavna Puraskar at the function. Gandhians Dr SN Subbarao and Nemichand Jain Bhavuk were honoured posthumously while Amarnath Bhai, Kumar Prashant and Dr DR Mehta were honoured with a citation and Rs 5 lakh. During this, the CM also announced to give 50 per cent discount to Khadi institutions this time too. MLAs got... Amit Shah was offering sweets to our MLAs. So, how can I forget those 102 MLAs who saved the Congress government,” he said without naming the Congress MLAs. “I have got public support whenever I needed, be it during the political crisis or dur- ing corona. Therefore, how can I stay away from them,” he said as- serting that he cannot ditch the 102 MLAs who had saved his govern- ment during the politi- cal crisis in 2020 and, therefore, he apologised to Sonia Gandhi. Referring to the cri- sis, he said, “When a chief minister is changed, 80-90 percent (MLAs) leave him and switch sides. They turn to the new candidate. I too don’t consider it wrong. But it was a new caseinRajasthanwhere the MLAs got agitated just in the name of the new chief minister,” Gehlot said without naming Pilot. “I was in Jaisalmer. I could not guess but the MLAs sensed who was going to be the new chief minister,” he told reporters after paying tributes to Mahatma Gandhi at the secretari- at here. On the CM post, Ge- hlot reiterated that it is for the party high com- mand to decide. First India Bureau Sirohi: CM Ashok Ge- hlot’s advisor and inde- pendent MLA Sanyam Lodha indirectly ex- pressed apprehension about the possibility of the Government com- pleting the tenure. A video clip of Lodha speaking at a Gandhi Jayanti programme in Sirohi on Sunday sur- faced on the social me- dia in which he is seen talking about complet- ing a local project if the government continued. “I hope that if the government continues, we will start that work in January,” he said. With this statement, many speculations are being made in the po- litical circles. Sanyam Lodha is an independent MLA. FIVE GANDHIANS HONOURED WITH SADBHAVNA AWARD FROM P1… Lodha’s‘ifs and buts’ on Gehlot Govt tenure TRIBUTE TO BAPU BJP State chief Satish Poonia pays tribute to Mahatma Gandhi on his birth anniversary in Jaipur on Sunday. Cong polls: Gehlot pitches for Kharge, calls Tharoor ‘elite’ Sanyam Lodha in Sirohi. GANDHI JAYANTI “In 50 years of politics, it was noticed for the first time that the one-line resolution could not be passed. I am sad that one thing has been our tradition, the representa- tives of the high command who come, they come on behalf of the high command, then it is everyone’s duty to pass a resolution and ex- press faith in it. But here the circumstances are like this that it is to be researched why such a situation arose that people do not even listen to me,” Gehlot said. CM: NEED TO DISCUSS RESOLUTION FAILURE
  • 10. www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/ thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia 09 JAIPUR, MONDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2022 glance of glitz and g l a m o u r was wit- nessed in the fashion festival of Rajasthan ‘Kota city Audition of the ninth chapter of Elite Miss Ra- jasthan’. The grand Utsav of fashion was held at Mahesh- wari Resort, Bundi Road in the beauti- ful city of Rajasthan on Sunday . On the strength of confidence, style and talent, the girls tried to present a great image of themselves in front of the judges. Out of all these girls, Kota audition round win- ners, Priya Agarwal and Sonam Rathore made their place in the top 30. EMR founder and direc- tor Gaurav Gaur, Kota City director Ayush Vijay, Anu- priya Vijay along with supermodels Rutwi Tiwari, Na- vya Tiwari, Tanu Chaudhary, Shrish- ti Khatri and Van- shika Bajaj were also present to ex- amine all the par- ticipants in the au- dition. Director Ayush Vijay, who was pre- sent to judge the tal- ent of Kota, shared that in the mean- time, after Jodhpur, Udaipur and Jaipur, a free audition round was organ- ised on a grand level on Sunday at Ma- heshwari Resort on Bundi Road in Kota. During this, along with Kota, girls from areas like San- got, Banswara and Pratapgarh dis- played their skills. During which around 140 girls au- ditioned through registration and on- spot registration. All the selected girls in the show will get a chance to directly participate in the final round. Before Jaipur, au- ditions for Jodhpur, Kota and Jaipur di- visions have been conducted. The cur- tain will be lifted on all these top 30 final- ists on October 10, while the finale of the show will be held in a grand manner in Jaipur on October 16. CITY FIRST BRINGS TO YOU GLIMPSES FROM THE FASHION FESTIVAL OF RAJASTHAN KOTA CITY AUDITION OF THE NINTH CHAPTER OF ELITE MISS RAJASTHAN HELD AT MAHESHWARI RESORT, BUNDI ROAD ON SUNDAY! TALENT IN THE HOOD A KAVITA CHAUHAN cityfirst@firstindia.co.in Participants of Kota Auditions of Elite Miss Rajasthan Gaurav Gaur and Rutwi Tiwari Shaiviya Gautam, Vanshika Bajaj, Tanu Chaudhary, Gaurav Gaur, Ayush Vijay, Anukriya Vijay, Navya Tiwari, Shrishti Khatri and Rutwi Tiwari Shrishti Khatri and Tanu Chaudhary
  • 11. 10 ETC JAIPUR | MONDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2022 www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia TOP 7 TO GAIN TO GAIN WEIGHT IN A HEALTHY WAY WEIGHT IN A HEALTHY WAY SOURCE: https://www.medindia.net/patients/lifestyleandwellness/top-7-superfoods-to-gain-weight-in-a-healthy-way. htm?utm_source=newsletterutm_medium=emailutm_campaign=kids_weight_gain_foodsutm_content=relatedlinks1 VISHRUTA SURESH BIYANI cityfirst@firstindia.co.in GAIN WEIGHT IN A HEALTHY WAY WITH SUPERFOODS he key to healthy weight gain lies not only in how much you eat but also in the food choices you make. Eating un- healthy foods such as fries, desserts and junk food would result in an increase in fat mass, not lean muscle. Addition- ally , it is a sure-shot way to create future health problems like hyperten- sion, elevated cholester- ol levels and diabetes. In order to nourish the body as well as gain weight in a healthy man- ner, incorporate super- foods that are protein- rich, and high in fibre. Foods like nuts, nut but- ters, whole grains, eggs and cheese pack in a punch of both calories and nutrients and aid in healthy weight gain. However, since they are calorie dense, eating these superfoods in moderation is recom- mended, or else it will result in obesity and obesity-related ail- ments. For gaining weight, experts recom- mend 50% calories from carbohydrates, 25-30% calories from protein and the remaining 20-25 % calories from fats. Along with making the correct food choices, weight lift- ing exercises are essential for an increase in mus- cle mass, which is the right way to gain weight. SUPERFOODS FOR HEALTHY WEIGHT GAIN: ENLISTED BELOW ARE SOME OF THE SUPERFOODS THAT PROMOTE HEALTHY WEIGHT GAIN Potatoes, sweet potatoes, corn, whole grain bread, oatmeal, whole wheat pasta and brown rice are high-carbohydrate foods with a negligible amount of fats and proteins. They are abundant in vitamins, miner- als, fibre and antioxidants which benefit other body functions. Along with proteins, carbohydrates are vital for muscle building since carbohydrates have a protein-sparing effect. Carbohydrates stimulate the release of insulin, which pushes amino acids into muscle cells to begin the process of muscle repair. In order to build muscle and gain weight, the body needs both calories and nutrients from these starchy foods. A cup of boiled corn kernels provides 143 calories, 31 grams of carbohydrate and 4 grams of fibre. In addition to being delicious, cheese is host to a bevvy of nutrients – protein, calcium, zinc, vitamin A, vitamin B12 and phosphorus. Being a rich source of calcium, cheese maintains bone health and lowers the risk of osteoporosis. The B-complex vitamins, zinc and vitamin A content in cheese assist in maintaining strong hair and healthy and glowing skin. Cheese contains casein and whey protein that help the body build muscle. A slice of cheddar cheese provides 113 calories along with 9 grams of fat and 7 grams of protein. STARCHY FOODS CHEESE NUTS PEANUT BUTTER DARK CHOCOLATE (70% COCOA OR HIGHER) Nuts like walnuts, hazelnuts, almonds, brazil nuts, pistachios and peanuts are some of the most nutrient-dense foods providing nutrients like B complex vitamins, vitamin E, healthy fats and antioxidants. Being high in protein and fibre, they play a significant role in maintaining stable blood glucose and lipid levels and are one of the best in-between snack- ing options. About 30 grams of nuts can provide approxi- mately 160 to 190 calories. Peanut butter brims with the goodness of healthy fats, vitamin E, fibre and protein. An excellent source of monounsaturated fatty acids (MUFA) and oleic acid, it boosts HDL (High-Density Lipoprotein) or good cholesterol levels and lowers LDL (Low- Density Lipoprotein) or bad cholesterol levels. Being a good source of skin- friendly nutrients like vitamin E, zinc and magnesium, peanut butter helps maintain smooth and supple skin. Peanut butter also aids muscle mass build-up. A tablespoon of peanut butter provides 94 calories with 8 grams of fat and 4 grams of protein. Dark chocolate improves blood flow, prevents the formation of blood clots and maintains a good lipid profile thus boosting cardiovascular health. Dark chocolate contains phenylethyl- amine which has a positive effect on mood and cognitive health. The epicatechin and resveratrol compounds in dark chocolate possess antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. With 100 grams providing 546 calories along with 31 grams of fat, dark chocolate can serve as an occasional treat. BREAKFAST CEREALS EGGS The combination of cereals with milk or yoghurt is the perfect way to start the day on a power-packed note with the right blend of carbohydrates, proteins and calcium. It is better to opt for dense, fibre-rich breakfast cereals such as granola or muesli over flaky or puffed cereals. Adding dried fruits and nuts like raisins, apricots, walnuts and almonds enhances the nutritional profile and calorie content significantly. Eggs are a powerhouse of protein, zinc, vitamins A, D, B 12, phos- phorus and folate. The high biological value of egg protein makes them a perfect post-workout food. Egg yolk is a source of omega-3 fats and choline which boost brain health. Additionally, it contains antioxidants like lutein and zeaxanthin which promote eye health. One large scrambled egg provides 90 calories, 6.7 grams of fat and 6.1 grams of protein. HERE IS A SAMPLE MEAL PLAN FOR HEALTHY WEIGHT GAIN: Breakfast – Paneer paratha / Egg bhurji with chappati Mid-Morning – A glass of fresh fruit juice Lunch – Salad, brown rice and sprouts khichdi with curd Evening Snack – Peanut butter sandwich Late Evening Snack – Lentil and spinach soup Dinner – Whole wheat pasta with vegetables and cheese Health Tips Some tips to gain weight the healthy way: Drink up your calories – Incorpo- rate fresh fruit juices, smoothies, fruit milkshakes, and sugarcane juice as in-between fillers. Rather than eating plain vegeta- ble salads, mix in cottage cheese, flaxseeds, green peas, corn or lean meats and fat-based salad dressings like mayonnaise, thousand island dressing, and tahini (in modera- tion). Opt for lentil, split pea, black bean or minestrone soup instead of vegetable broths. Steer clear of cream-based soups since they are high in fat content, particularly saturated fat. T
  • 12. A nushka Shar- ma, who is cur- rently in the UK, has an- nounced a second schedule wrap of her upcoming film Chakda Xpress. The film is a sports biopic based on former Indian woman cricketer Jhulan Gos- wami. It will stream on Netflix. Well, the mak- ers have not announced the release date of the film till now. However, amid this, the actress also went on a fun play date with her daughter Vamika. She shared the video on her social me- dia handle. Taking to her Insta- gram handle, Anushka wrote, “I was on a play date with my little girl and I was clearly doing most of the playing.” In the video, we can see the Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi actor wearing jeans paired with a white tee and lavender colour jacket, running to hide behind the huge book, and then after a few sec- onds, she is coming out of the tunnel. Well, Va- mika is not seen but she must be behind her mommy. Com- ing to her wrap an- nouncement, the actress shared a picture on her story and cap- tioned it, “Schedule wrap.” ETC JAIPUR | MONDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2022 11 ashmika Mandana is one of the fittest celeb- rities in the entertain- ment business at the moment. However, as they say, there is no gain without pain. The Pushpa actress also spends considerable time in the gym to maintain a picture-perfect body. She also keeps on moti- vating fans by dropping glimps- es of her intense workout ses- sion on social media. This time as well, the stunner posted an inspiring video on her Insta- gram handle. In the video, Rashmika Man- danna can be seen burning calories on treadmill. Her post was captioned, More like run- ning away from all the negative be like. The actress opted for a black T-shirt and shorts for her time at the gym. Up next, Rash- mika Mandanna will be seen playing a crucial role in Am- itabh Bachchan's Goodbye. Continuing her B-town trajec- tory, she will be a part of Sid- harth Malhotra's Mission Majnu, and Ranbir Kapoor's Animal. R ‘Running away from ALL THE NEGATIVITY’ P r i y a n k a Chopra re- cently moder- ated a discus- sion with US Vice President Kamala Harris at the Wom- en’s Leadership Fo- rum conference in Washington DC. Tak- ing to Instagram, the actress shared pho- tos with the VP and also wrote a lengthy note on their talk and spoke about the im- portance of voting rights and the in- volvement of women in civic activities. Calling it an hon- our to moderate a discussion with Har- ris, Chopra wrote, Since the very be- ginning, the world has undermined the power of women. We’ve been shunned and silenced, but thanks to the scari- fies and tenacity of so many selfless women, we are in a place today where we can come together and work collectively to right the wrongs. This was a key takea- way from the conver- sation I had the hon- our to moderate with Vice President, Ka- mala Harris at the Women’s Leadership Forum conference in Washington DC last night. ‘One day, my daughter will’ T he much-anticipated teaser of Adipurush is slated to be un- veiled today. The film stars Kriti Sanon, Prabhas, Saif Ali Khan, and Sunny Singh in key roles. Ever since this Om Raut directorial has been an- nounced, the excitement of fans has raised a notch higher. The film is scheduled to release on January 12, 2023, in Telugu and Hindi, along with dubbed versions in Tamil, Malayalam, Kannada, and other multiple Indian and International lan- guages. It is reportedly one of the most expensive Indian films ever made. Now, ahead of Adipurush's teaser launch, Kriti Sa- non, Om Raut, and p r o d u c e r Bhushan Ku- mar were clicked at the Mumbai airport as they head to Ayod- hya in Uttar Pradesh. Along with the teaser, the first official poster of the film was also released on Sunday, on the Sarayu Riv- er Bank in Uttarakhand. KRITI heads to Ayodhya R icha Chadha and Ali Fazal are just days away from tying the knot. More inside pictures have emerged from Richa and Ali's Mehendi ceremony held at Del- hi's Gymkhana Club recently . For the occasion, Richa Chadha decked up in a custom-made three- piece lehenga set by Rahul Mishra while Ali Fazal looked hand- some and wore an angrakha by Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla. A few days ago, they confirmed their wed- ding through a voice message on Ins- tagram.“Twoyearsagoweformalized our union and just then the pandemic hit us all. Like the rest of the nation, we too were struck by personal trage- diesoneaftertheother.Andnow,aswe all enjoy this window of respite, we are finally celebrating with our fami- lies and friends. We are so so very touched and blessed by the love and blessings coming our way ,” they said. ‘LOVE GAZE’ www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia Love Laughter Rashmika Mandana Her post... Kriti Sanon Richa Chadha Her post... Anushka Sharma Her post... Priyanka Chopra
  • 13. 12 JAIPUR | MONDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2022 www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia CITY BUZZ GET VACCINATED STAY MASKED The festival of Navratri is observed to celebrate the victory of good over evil. City First brings to you glimpses from the various Dandiya celebrations organised across the city to worship the nine forms of Goddess Durga. GARBA TO EXPRESS, NOT TO IMPRESS —PHOTOS BY SANTOSH SHARMA MUKESH KIRADOO DURING THE DAY! GOLF CUP TOURNAMENT Jagdeesh Chandra launched the poster of the beauty pageant, Queen Of India, at his residence on Sunday. Director Monu Verma, Ravikant Sharma, Dr Khushboo Mandloi, Queen of Rajasthan Miss Prerna Mandloi, Kavita Lamba and Pram Sharma were also present on the occasion. The two-day Late Justice Anshuman Singh Memorial Golf Cup tournament ended with euphoria on Sunday. The Gross winner was Jai Shandilya with 73 points. The Trophy to the gross winner was given by the Chief Guest, Maharaja Sawai Padmanabh Singh. Narender Singh, Jaydeep Singh, Shailendra Singh and Arunpartap singh were also present o the occasion. Jagdeesh Chandra greeted MLA Kalicharan Saraf as the former reached his residence to wish him on the occasion of his birthday on Sunday, October 2. His wife Alka Saraf and son Ashish Saraf were also present on the occasion. CITY FIRST T he grand event ‘Dan- diya Maharas 2022’ is been orchestrated, at Janki Paradise, VaishaliNagar,Jaipur,from October 2 to October 4. The first day of the event wit- nessed a large number of people from all walks of life. Models of Miss In- dia Glam graced the event by participating in the program. This is the eleventh season of Dan- diya Maharas, which is cel- ebrated as the biggest and grandest Dandiya Navratri festival of Rajasthan. Vari- ous titles and prizes such as Dandiya King and Dandiya Queen, BestDandiyaDance,Best Couple and Best Costume will be given in the upcom- ing days of the program. Mahendra Yadav (State Minister, Bharatiya Janata Party), IPS BL Soni, Ram- chandra Bohara, (Member of Parliament) and Sheeld- habhai (Mayor) were pre- sent as the Chief Guests. The event is being choreo- graphed by Sunita Raj Ver- mafromNatrajDanceAcad- emy . MoreinCityFirstTomorrow DANDIYA MAHARAS 2022 WHAT’S HAPPENING! The KEI Real Kabaddi League Season 2 organised a gala night to celebrate the league’s finale on Friday at Zee Studios. The evening witnessed a mesmerising performance by Punjabi Singer, Sunanda Sharma. Enka Verma and Rannvijay Singh graced the event as the chief guests. Shekhawati defeated Chambal Pirates and won the KEI Real Kabaddi League Season 2 title. The man of the match was Hrithik from Shekhawati Kings. Lakshya Malik of Shekhawati Kings was the Man of the Series. Voluntary Blood donation was oragnised by Creative Projects and Contracts on Sunday at the Institution of Engineers, Gandhi Nagar Tonk Road. CELEBRATION OF GANDHI JAYANTI CITY FIRST U nder the leadership of Rajesh Kumar Mishra, Chief Gener- al Manager, State Bank of India, Jaipur Circle conductedacleanlinesscam- paign on Sunday at Nehru Balo Udyan, Tonk Road. In order to create awareness about the environment, 200 bags of cotton cloth were also distributed by Rajesh Kumar Mishra to the people visiting the park. Mishra said that in the special clean- liness drive 2.0 run by the Government of India on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti, all the adminis- trative offices of the State Bank of India, Jaipur Circle launched a cleanliness cam- paign in different cities of the state to spread the mes- sage of cleanliness. He said that the State Bank of India is always environmentally conscious and keeps on do- ing cleanliness cam- paigns, plantations and other socially useful ac- tivitiesfromtimetotime. On this occasion, Prab- hat Kumar Mishra and He- mant Karaulia, Bhupendra Joshi and Anirudh Chaud- hary were present. Mohini, Pawan Tank, Anurag Roodwal, Ramcharan Bohra, BL Soni, Simran Singh, Madhuri, Sheeldhabhai and Neha Khanna —PHOTOS BY MUKESH KIRADOO —PHOTO BY MUKESH KIRADOO —PHOTO BY MUKESH KIRADOO Jagdeesh Chandra greets Kalicharan Saraf. Also seen are Alka Saraf and Ashish Saraf. Jagdeesh Chandra with Ravikant Sharma, Dr Khushboo Mandloi, Monu Verma, Prerna Mandloi, Kavita Lamba and Pram Sharma Sangam Pradise EP Mughal garden Glimpses from Dandiya celebration of Fit Body and soul Women Forum Fit Body and soul Women Forum Ashtha EP Mughal garden Fit Body and soul Women Forum Fit Body and soul Women Forum Narender Singh, Jaydeep Singh, Shailendra Singh and Arunpartap Singh Geetanjali foundation