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ODI WORLD
CUP SQUAD
GOLDEN TICKET FOR
OUR GOLDEN ICONS!
READY TO
ROAR!
The BCCI has an-
nounced a 15-member
squad for ODI World
Cup 2023 on Tuesday.
“We have picked best
possible combination.
We have depth in batti
ng, we have spin and
other bowling options.
Pandya is a complete
package, his form will
be crucial for us at WC”
Rohit Sharma said.
Rohit Sharma
(Captain)
Hardik
Pandya
(V-Capt)
Virat
Kohli
Axar
Patel
Shreyas
Iyer
Jasprit
Bumrah
Surya
Kumar
Yadav
Mohd
Shami
KL
Rahul
(WK)
Ravindra
Jadeja
Shubman
Gill
Shardul
Thakur
Ishan
Kishan
(WK)
Kuldeep
Yadav
Mohd
Siraj
MERA MAHAN!
BCCI Secretary Jay Shah
on Tuesday presented
Bollywood superstar
Amitabh Bachchan with
a “Golden Ticket” to the
2023 Cricket World Cup.
Jaipur, Wednesday | September 6, 2023
RNI NUMBER: RAJENG/2019/77764 | VOL 5 | ISSUE NO. 91 | PAGES 12 | `3.00 Rajasthan’s Own English Newspaper
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A LOT IN A NAME...
MEA sent dinner invite for G20 delegates in name of ‘President of Bharat’
Aditi Nagar & Moni Sharma
New Delhi
Invites for a dinner to be
hosted by President
Droupadi Murmu on Sep-
tember 9 for world lead-
ers during G20 Summit in
New Delhi have been
sent out in the name of
the ‘President of Bharat’
instead of the customary
‘President of India’.After
Rashtrapati Bhawan sent
invites for dinner from
President of ‘Bharat’, it
triggered political slugfest.
“Now,Article1inCon-
stitutioncanread:‘Bharat,
that was India, shall be a
Union of States’. But now
eventhis‘UnionofStates’
is under assault,” Jairam
Ramesh posted on X. BJP
chief JP Nadda said,
“Why does Cong have
objection to every sub-
ject related to the honor
and pride of country?”
Rejecting as “rumours”
that Parl session had been
called to effect a name
change from India to
Bharat, Anurag Thakur
said, “All I want to say is
that anyone who objects
to word Bharat clearly
shows the mindset.” P6
Invite for dinner hosted for dignitaries attending the G20 summit mentions India as “Bharat”.
TEAC‘HER’S!President Droupadi Murmu interacts with teachers at Amrit Udyan on Tuesday.
LS Speaker Om Birla greets Vice President Jagdeep Dhankhar
while addressing the coaching students in Kota on Tuesday.
“BHARAT”, NOT
INDIA: CALLS FOR
RENAMING IN PARL
SPECIAL SESSION
Meanwhile,
sources said on
Tuesday that a
resolution to rename
India as Bharat may
be brought in by the
government during
Parliament’s upcom-
ing special session
that is scheduled from
September 18-22. The
Constitution of India
currently refers to the
country as “India, that is
Bharat...”, but there is a
growing call to amend
this to simply “Bharat”.
The name of our
country has been
Bharat for ages.
Whatever may be
language, name
remains the same.
MOHAN BHAGWAT,
RSS CHIEF
Darkness will end only if BJP
forms the govt, says Gadkari
Bharat Dixit & Kapil Sharma
Gogamedi (Hanumangarh)
Union Road and Trans-
port Minister Nitin Gad-
kari on Tuesday asked
the priest when he was
bowing down inside Go-
gamedi temple, who got
this temple constructed,
then MP Rahul Kaswan
told that former CM
Vasundhara Raje had
built temple completely
and `100 crore were
spent. Speaking at launch
of 4th Parivartan Sankalp
Yatra from Gogamedi of
Hanumangarh, Gadkari
said, ‘Today the biggest
problem of the farmers is
to get water to his farm.’
“If the farmers get water,
they will be able to do ir-
rigation properly. Irriga-
tion will give them a dou-
ble benefit. The farmer
will be prosperous. Ra-
jasthan is short of water,’
he added. MORE ON P8
First India Bureau
New Delhi
The Supreme Court on
Tuesday reserved its ver-
dict on a batch of pleas
challenging the abroga-
tion of Article 370 of the
Constitution which be-
stowed special status on
erstwhile state of J&K.A
five-judge bench headed
by CJI DY Chandrachud
reserved the verdict after
a marathon 16-day hear-
ing. Bench said that if
any lawyer wishes to file
a written submission can
do so in 3 days. The sub-
mission should not ex-
tend beyond two pages.
First India Bureau
New Delhi
The polling for bypolls to
seven assembly seats in 6
states concluded peace-
fully on Tuesday. The by-
election was held in Ghosi
constituency in UP, Dum-
ri in Jharkhand, Dhanpur
and Boxanagar in Tripura,
Bageshwar in Uttara-
khand, Dhupguri in WB
andPuthuppallyinKerala.
The counting of votes will
be held on September 8.
SC winds up
hearing pleas,
verdict awaited
Bypolls: Voting
in 7 Assembly
seats concludes
Bhanwar S Charan
Kota
VP Jagdeep Dhankhar
on Tuesday boosted the
morale of the coaching
students preparing for
competitive examina-
tions in various institu-
tions of the city. He cited
the example of Chan-
drayaan-3, that succeed-
ed after many attempts.
Praising LS Speaker Om
Birla, Dhankhar said,
“The Speaker of our Lok
Sabha and your MP is a
genius. You keep chant-
ing ‘Om-Om’in morning
and evening,” he said.
Dhankhar also answered
the questions of coaching
students in Kota.
Dhankhar&Birla
boostmoraleof
coachingstudents
Teachers prepare such
capable and cultured
students with their
lifetime’s tenacity and
dedication, who take
lead in innovation of
nation. They instill in
students the ability to
dream & fulfill them.
OM BIRLA,
LOK SABHA SPEAKER
Students should
neither take tension
and nor be afraid of
any kind of failure. I
would like Speaker
Om Birla to bring a
delegation of the
coaching students to
the Parliament.
JAGDEEP DHANKHAR,
VICE PRESIDENT
Nitin Gadkari waves as Vasundhara Raje greets in presence of
CP Joshi, Rajendra Rathore, Nihal Chand and others during BJP’s
fourth Parivartan Sankalp Yatra in Gogamedi on Tuesday.
He says elect BJP
government again
and get funds for
development.
ARTICLE 370
CBI NABS GAIL EXEC DIRECTOR,
FOUR OTHERS IN BRIBERY CASE
The CBI arrested Krishna Ballabh
Singh Singh, Executive Director of
the GAIL and 4 others, on Tuesday
for accepting a bribe of Rs 50 lakh.
260 CITIZENS WRITE TO CJI TO
TAKE ACTION AGAINST Jr STALIN
260 individuals, including ex-judges
have appealed to CJI DY Chandrachud,
to take action against Udhayanidhi Sta-
lin over “Sanatan Dharma” remarks.
First India Bureau
New Delhi/Washington
The First lady Jill Biden’s
positive test for Covid-19
threatens to upend Presi-
dent Joe Biden’s plans to
travel to the G20 summit
in India, coming just
days before his expected
departure. The president
himself was tested Mon-
day evening and found to
be negative. “The Presi-
dent will test at a regular
cadence this week and
monitor for symptoms,”
White House press secre-
tary Karine Jean-Pierre
said, but provided no fur-
ther details on how regu-
larly Biden would be
tested ahead of summit.
Jill Covid +ve, Joe Biden’s
India trip complicates
‘WILL AGREE TO INDIA
TRADE DEAL THAT
WORKS FOR BRITAIN’
British PM Rishi Sunak told
his ministers on Tuesday
he would only
reach a trade
agreement with
India when it
benefited the
whole of Brit-
ain, addressing
his top team before travelling
to the G20 summit in India
later this week.
ISRO on Tuesday released an anaglyph — a
simple visualisation of an object or terrain in 3
dimensions (3D) from stereo or multi-view images
— showing C-3 lander Vikram on lunar surface.
STATE LEVEL TEACHERS HONOUR CEREMONY
State government
is preparing a new
policy for transfer
of teachers: Gehlot
CM ASHOK GEHLOT LAUNCHES
‘MISSION START’ PROGRAM
TO PROVIDE E-EDUCATION
IN 12,000 GOVT HIGHER
SECONDARY SCHOOLS
Naresh Sharma
Jaipur
rade 3 teachers
waiting for
transfer in Raj-
asthan will have to wait a
little longer. “Rajasthan
government is preparing
a new policy for the
transfer of teachers. This
is a huge problem. Only
after that third grade
teachers will be trans-
ferred. However, some
people suffering from ill-
ness will definitely be
given relief of transfer
before the elections,”
CM Ashok Gehlot said
on the occasion of Teach-
ers’ Day, while address-
ing state level teachers
honour ceremony on
Tuesday. He said, “Peo-
ple say that I and Vasund-
hara ji have met. Tell me
where you are find this.
They stopped all my
work.” During this, CM
Gehlot also inaugurated
many new programs of
Education department, in
which ‘School After
School’ program was
launched for live classes
for board classes stu-
dents. Gehlot stressed
that there are about 2.5
lakh third grade teachers
in the education depart-
ment. “They have differ-
ent types of problems.
They want to be called
back or to be brought to
districts of their choice.
Whereas when there is
recruitment, then recruit-
ment is done in district
where the person chooses
whether they will go to
Barmer or Jaisalmer.
Even after that they de-
mand to go to their home
district. Somebody says I
will go to Sikar. Some
have to go to Jhunjhunu
and some have to go to
Alwar,” Gehlot said. P8
CM Ashok Gehlot felicitates a teacher in presence of Dr BD Kalla, Rajendra Yadav, Zahida Khan and
Dr Subhash Garg during the Teachers’ Day celebration at Birla Auditorium, Jaipur on Tuesday.
G
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DIPR/C/12537/2023
Drainage & dirty water treatment in 50 urban bodies
First India Bureau
Jaipur
hief Minister
Ashok Gehlot
has given fi-
nancial approval of Rs
200 crore for drainage
and treatment of dirty
water in 50 urban bodies
of the state. With this ap-
proval, the drainage sys-
tem in the urban bodies
will be strengthened and
the disposal of dirty wa-
ter will be done in an
orderly manner.
According to the ap-
proval given by the
Chief Minister, out of the
said amount, Rs 50 crore
will be financed from the
grant received from the
15th Finance Commis-
sion and Rs 150 crore
will be financed from
RUDF-II. With this
amount, construction of
treatment plants and oth-
er works will be done in
waterlogged areas.
Suryaveer S Tanwar
Jaisalmer
Union Minister Gajendra
Singh Shekhawat left
Jaisalmer along with the
Parivartan Sankalp Yatra
for Barmer on Tuesday.
While addressing a pub-
lic meeting at Hanuman
Square, Singh raised
questions on CM An-
napurna Free Food Pack-
et Yojana and said that
CM Ashok Gehlot was
feeding adulterated food
to the people under the
scheme.
Questioning the
scheme, the Union Min-
ister termed it as a
scheme to play with the
lives of the people and
asked people to burn the
food packets.
First India Bureau
Bhilwara
Four members of a fam-
ily were killed while two
were injured when their
car collided head-on with
a truck in Bhilwara on
Tuesday, police said.
The incident occurred
when the family was on
its way to Udaipur from
Ajmer. The car jumped
the road divider due to a
tyre burst and collided
with the truck coming
from the opposite direc-
tion, SHO of Pur police
station Shivraj said.
The deceased were
identified as Radheyshy-
am, his wife Shakuntla,
their son Manish and his
wife Yashika.
A minor girl and the
car driver were injured in
the accident, he added.
First India Bureau
Jaipur
Rajasthan State Gas Lim-
ited (RSGL) on Tuesday
distributed dividends to
its members. RSGL
handed over a dividend
check of Rs 65 lakh dur-
ing the event.
In addition, a cheque
worth Rs 32 lakh 50
thousand was presented
to Gail Gas in the pres-
ence of Veenu Gupta,
ACS and Chairperson at
RSGL. RSGL is a Joint
Venture Company of
RSPCL and GAIL Gas
Limited of Govt of India.
RSGL MD Ranveer
Singh highlighted the
company’s financial suc-
cess despite challenges.
He said that due to the
online system, there has
been a significant change
in the availability and
distribution system of
gas at CNG stations.
Along with providing
CNG from Neemrana
and Kukas, RSGL is also
providing CNG from
CNG stations in Kota and
providing domestic gas
through pipeline by es-
tablishing infra in Kota.
Dr Rituraj Sharma
Jaipur
The preparations have
started for the draft of the
Vision-2030 document.
Meanwhile, in the sug-
gestions taken from the
stakeholders by the De-
partment of Personnel
and other departments,
important suggestions
like digitization in the IT
era, green building, and
paperless making of the
important work of the en-
tire administrative sys-
tem have been sped up
the process of inclusion
in the vision document.
WhiletheCS hastaken
feedback from the depart-
ments at her level, DoP
Principal Secretary He-
mant Gera took sugges-
tions from employee
leaders on Tuesday. A to-
talofmorethan163meet-
ings have been held with
the stakeholder groups in
the districts so far.
Gajendra Singh Shekhawat, Kailash Choudhary, Rajendra Gehlot
and others in Barmer’s Shiv area on Tuesday.
Mangled remains of the car at Ajmer-Chandigarh highway.
Veenu Gupta and Sandesh Nayak presenting a cheque to Gail
Gas in Jaipur on Tuesday.
Hemant Kumar Gera in a meeting with representatives of
various associations at Secretariat on Tuesday.
Arun Chaturvedi, Manoj Rajoria  others at a public meeting in
Dholpur on Tuesday.
C
CM’s APPROVALS
AYUSH HOSPITAL IN
ANUPGARH, AYURVEDA
HOSPITAL IN BALOTRA
Chief Minister
Ashok Gehlot has
given approval to
open AYUSH Hospital in
the newly created district
Anupgarh and Ayurveda
Hospital in Balotra.
Besides, he has also ap-
proved the creation of 22
new posts for the above
two hospitals. As per the
approval given by the
Chief Minister, the AYUSH
hospital to be opened at
Anupgarh headquarters
will function as a district
AYUSH hospital.
RAJASTHAN MIRASI
COMMUNITYWELFARE
BOARD FORMED
The State
government has
formed a new
board recently - Rajas-
than Mirasi Community
Welfare Board. There
will be 7 members
including the Chairman
in the board. The state
government also ap-
proved the rules of the
Board. Chief Minister
Ashok Gehlot approved
the formation of the
new Rajasthan Mirasi
Community Welfare
Board.
DESIGNATIONOFSENIORNURSE/COMPOUNDER
OF AYUSH DEPARTMENT MODIFIED  REVISED
CM Ashok Gehlot has approved to modify the
designation of Senior Nurse/Compounder of the
AYUSH Dept to Nursing Officer (AYUSH). With
this approval of Gehlot, the senior nurse/compounder
working in the AYUSH department will also have a new
designation. It is noteworthy that earlier designations of
Nursing Cadre of Medical and Health Dept were revised.
ARUN CHATURVEDI ATTACKS CONGRESS FOR
DISRUPTING COMMUNAL HARMONY IN DHOLPUR
Dholpur: Public meetings will be held at two places in
Rajakhera and Dholpur assembly constituencies un-
der the BJP’s Parivartan Yatra. Former minister Arun
Chaturvedi, who reached Dholpur for the yatra, attacked
Cong for disrupting communal harmony after the yatra was
stopped in Gangapur City. Dholpur Karauli MP Manoj Rajoria
raised questions on the Congress govt regarding unemploy-
ment, law and order and atrocities on women. Chaturvedi
said, “Yatra has been welcomed at 127 places and 72 public
meetings have also been organized.”  VinodTiwari
INSULTING SANATAN DHARMA AGENDA OF
‘GHAMANDIYA GATHBANDHAN’: PRALHAD JOSHI
Kota: Attacking opposition parties’ I.N.D.I. Alliance,
union parliamentary affairs minister Pralhad Joshi on
Tuesday said that insulting Sanatan Dharma is the
agenda of the ‘Ghamandiya Gathbandhan’. He was in Kota
to hold meetings of BJP workers. He attacked Congress
and said that earlier also the Edu Minister of Bihar had given
a statement against Ramcharit Manas, SP leader Swami
Prasad Maurya had said that Hindu religion is a fraud.
25 INJURED, 2 KILLED IN SEPARATE ROAD
ACCIDENTS IN RAJSAMAND  BIKANER
Rajsamand/Bikaner: More than two dozen people
were injured in Rajsamand on Monday night after
a speeding bus rammed into a tractor due to brake
failure. “The passengers were heading towards Ramdevra
for offering prayers when the bus lost its control and hit the
tractor from behind in the Desuri Nal area of Rajsamand.
After hitting the tractor, the bus carrying 62 passengers
overturned and more than 24 passengers were injured,”
police said. Two youths were killed while a child was
injured in Gangashahar area of Bikaner on Tuesday after
a speeding pickup van rammed into a motorcycle.
POSTS IN PUBLIC WORK DEPARTEMENT FOR
NEWLY CREATED 16 DIVISIONAL OFFICES
Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has approved the
creation of posts of Divisional Accountants for
the newly created 16 divisional offices in the
PWD. One post of Divisional Accountant will be created
for each divisional office. It is noteworthy that the above
new division offices have been created in accordance
with various budget announcements by Gehlot.
GS Shekhawat asks people to burn food packets
Parivartan Sanklap Yatra
Adulteratedfoodbeingsuppliedin
Annapurnascheme:Shekhawat
Govt receives many suggestions
for the Vision-2030 document
SOME MAIN SUGGESTIONS FOR FOR THE
DRAFT OF THE VISION-2030 DOCUMENT
z Making government
offices paperless
z Timely disposal of the
cases received in the
departments
z Bringing stability in the
posting of personnel
z Reduction in the num-
ber of service rules preva-
lent in large numbers
z Minimise the time
taken for recruitment,
make recruitment time-
bound
z Recruiting IT expert
employees, make existing
employees IT experts
z Entry of visitors to the
secretariat should be en-
sured through biometric
machine
Four members of a family killed, two
injured in road crash in Bhilwara
Significant change in availability and distribution system
RSGL distributes dividends of `65 lakh
ALWAR:2DIEAFTER
CAR COLLIDES WITH
MOTORCYCLE
Alwar: 2 were
killed in Alwar
on Monday
night after a speeding
car collided head-on
with a motorcycle,
police said. Police in-
formed the deceased
has been identified as
Bhupendra Sain (28)
and his cousin brother
Monu Sain (24). “Both
were returning to
their village from work
when they met with
an accident near Dhai
Paidi area under the
Aravali Vihar police
station area. Bhupen-
dra Sain died on the
spot, while Monu Sain
succumbed to injuries
on his way to the hos-
pital” police said.
Scandal involving 80%
fakesilicosiscertificates
comes to fore in Dausa
Sanjay Mehla is now
legal advisor in the
Police Games Board
Committee reaches
Gangauri Hospital to
investigate birthday
celebration row
First India Bureau
Jaipur
A meeting of the Mentor
Group of Police and Fire
Games Board of India
was held in
Jaipur. Dur-
ing the
m e e t i n g ,
Senior Ad-
vocate of
Rajasthan
High Court Sanjay Me-
hla, a resident of
Khajpur Naya village of
Jhunjhunu, was appoint-
ed as the legal advisor of
the board.
The meeting was at-
tended by former Direc-
tor General of Police
and experts from vari-
ous states Gujarat, Ra-
jasthan, Odisha, Mad-
hya Pradesh, Meghalaya
andAndhra Pradesh par-
ticipated.
First India Bureau
Jaipur
In the incident involving
the birthday celebration
of a cabinet minister’s
son in Gangauri Hospital,
the committee formed to
investigate the matter on
Tuesday reached Gan-
gauri hospital and took
statements of witnesses
present at the time of al-
leged incident. The com-
mittee is headed by Ad-
ditional Principal Dr. BL
Kumawat.
Additional Principal
Dr. Govardhan Meena,
Dr RK Jain, DrAbhishek
Agarwal on Tuesday
reached Gangauri Hospi-
tal to investigate the case.
The committee members
also viewed CCTV foot-
age of the hospital.
Retired IAS Chandra
Prakash passes away
Vikas Sharma
Jaipur
A scandal involving
fake ‘silicosis’ certifi-
cates has surfaced in
Dausa, the hometown of
Health Minister Parsadi
Lal Meena. More than
80 percent of certifi-
cates have been found
fake in random sam-
pling in the current fis-
cal, which has not only
caused loss of crores of
rupees to the exchequer
but also raise serious
questions on the system.
It was found by a
medical department
team that multiple cer-
tificates were issued on
the basis of single x-ray
report.’Silicosis,’a lung
disease caused by inhal-
ing silica-rich dust prev-
alent in mines, had
prompted the Gehlot
government to intro-
duce the Silicosis Policy
2019, offering financial
aid to afflicted workers.
However, some indi-
viduals exploited this
noble initiative.Prelimi-
nary investigations by
the Medical Department
revealed that, despite
having no illness, over
90 workers had their ap-
plications rejected.
First India Bureau
Jaipur
Former IAS Chandra
Prakash Meena passed
away on Tuesday early
morning. He was 86.
The 1964-batch IAS of-
ficer was suffering from
pneumonia and was ad-
mitted in Mahatma
Gandhi Hospital for the
last many days. His fi-
nal rites were performed
in Badbela village of
Jhalawar district. Chan-
dra Prakash Meena had
rendered his services in
departments like UDH,
Food and Civil Sup-
plies, Forest, Rajasthan
Housing Board, RIICO
and others in the past.
Hewassufferingfrom
pneumoniawas
admittedinMahatma
GandhiHospfrom
lastfewdays
Corruptioninvolved
bribesofuptoRs1L
foracertificate,with
2800cases
registeredinDausa
MISHRA VISITS CURAJ
Teachers are catalyst for change: Guv Mishra
First India Bureau
Ajmer
overnor Kalraj
Mishra on
Teacher’s Day
emphasized the pivotal
role teachers play in shap-
ing the society. He said
teachers are the catalyst
for change.
Speaking at a pro-
gramme at the Central
University of Rajasthan at
Bandarsindri inAjmer, he
stressed upon the impor-
tance of imparting values
and character-building,
highlighting that educa-
tion goes beyond mere
memorization.
Mishra also delved into
the historical significance
of the ‘Guru-Shishya’tra-
dition, dating back to the
Vedic period.
The Governor while
addressing the gathering
during the programme,
said that after Chan-
drayaan, the launching of
the Aditya-L1 mission to
study the Sun is a proud
feeling.
During this, the Gover-
nor presented the NAAC
Grade Certificate to the
Vice- Chancellor. He also
honoured Dr Dushyant of
Beawar’s Sanatan Dharma
College, Dr Priyanka As-
sistant Professor at MNIT
Jaipur and Dr Sakshi
Dhanikar of IIT, Jodhpur
for their exemplary ser-
vices in the field of impart-
ing education during the
felicitation ceremony.
Guv Kalraj Mishra
stressed upon the
importance of
imparting values and
character-building,
highlighting that
education goes
beyond mere
memorization
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9fitnesscentresoverviolations
Shivendra Parmar
Jaipur
The Transport Depart-
ment has taken action
taken against 9 vehicle
f i t n e s s
c e n t r e s
across the
State after
First India
news high-
lighting the violations at
these centres.
Vinayak Fitness Cen-
tre, Didwana and Vahan
Fitness Centre, Nagaur
have been suspended for
15 days. Security worth
Rs 1 lakh each of Marwar
Fitness Centre;Aggarwal
Fitness Centre, Ajmer;
Nandan Fitness Centre,
Ajmer; Mahalakshmi
Fitness Centre, Ajmer
has been seized.
Additional Transport
Commissioner Nanuram
Choyal issued the orders
in this regard. Private fit-
ness centres have become
unbridled in the state.
Principal Secretary
Transport Anand Kumar
showed seriousness. On
his instructions, for the
first time, all the fitness
centres were investigated
simultaneously.
In the investigation,
serious irregularities
were found at many fit-
ness centres. After the
First India featured the
news prominently, the
Transport Department
took action on some fit-
ness centres. Some more
fitness centres in the
State may be targeted in
the near future.
TWO FITNESS CENTRES
ALSO GIVEN WARNING
There are two fit-
ness centres which
have been given
strict warning at present.
However, compared to the
irregularities found in the fit-
ness centres, this action of
the Transport Department is
like a drop in the mouth of
a camel, but it is expected
that in the coming days,
the rules will be relaxed.
The Transport Department
will take more strict action
against centres that remain
dens of robbery.
The Dept took action after First India featured news prominently
Shubhra Singh reviews 108
ambulance services in dists
Vikas Sharma
Jaipur
ACS, Medical  Health
Dept, Shubhra Singh re-
viewedthe108ambulance
services district-wise with
all Chief Medical and
Health Officers through
VC on Tuesday. Officials
informed here about the
smooth and uninterrupted
emergency ambulance
services across the State.
Singh directed that as
an alternative arrange-
ment, 104, Mamta Ex-
press, NHAI ambulances
and about 1,100 other
ambulances, including
the base ambulances
available in the districts
should also be connected
to 108 service so that no
one faces inconvenience
due to the strike.
Besides, district-wise
recruitment of drivers for
ambulances is being done
by service provider com-
pany GVK and drivers
from other states have
also been called. Alterna-
tive arrangements for
nursing staff have been
made. Instructions have
been given to district ad-
ministration that ambu-
lances be operated
smoothly with full secu-
rity. Singh appealed to the
striking GVK workers to
end their strike in the pub-
lic interest.
Besides, master
control rooms and
district-wise control
rooms have been set
up at directorate
level, which monitor
the smooth operation
of ambulance
services in the State
Assamesewoman,sold,beatenrapedinJhunjhunu
First India Bureau
Jhunjhunu
In a suspected case of hu-
man trafficking, an Assa-
mese woman was alleg-
edly sold for Rs. 40,000 to
a man in Surajgarh town
of Jhunjhunu district. Po-
lice informed the woman
was allegedly beaten and
raped by the accused.
“The 35-year-old woman
used to work as a packing
worker in a pharmaceuti-
cal company in Alokbari
of Guwahati. A few days
back, she was brought to
Jhunjhunu from Guha-
wati via train and then
sold for Rs. 40,000. She
was held hostage, beaten,
and even raped by the ac-
cused. On Tuesday morn-
ing, the victim was found
unconscious at Gandhi
Chowk in Surajgarh. The
woman belongs to a mi-
nority community and no
complaint was filed in
this regard till Tuesday
evening.The matter is be-
ing investigated,” police
added.
CRIME ROUND-UP
First India Bureau
Jaipur
A new curiosity about
sacked minister Rajendra
Gudha’s new innings has
started as Maharashtra
CM Eknath Shinde is
scheduled to attend birth-
day celebrations of Gud-
ha’s son on September 9.
Shinde will attend the
ceremony as the chief
guest in Gudha village of
Jhunjhunu. Shinde is also
head of the Shiv Sena and
for the last few days there
was talk of Gudha joining
the Shiv Sena.
Guv Kalraj Mishra felicitates a teacher during a programme held
to mark Teachers’ Day at CURAJ, Ajmer.  ANAND SHARMA
RSSBreleasesrevisedschedulesfor
17recruitmentexams;datesforsix
First India Bureau
Jaipur
In Rajasthan Staff Selec-
tion Board has released
the revised calendar of 17
recruitment exams which
will be held from January
to April next year. About
25 lakh candidates of tate
are expected to take up
these exams, RSSB cha-
riman Maj Gen (Retd.)
Alok Raj said. The dates
of only six recruitment
examinations have been
released, while the pro-
posed month of conduct-
ing remaining 11 exams
has been mentioned.
The examination for
InformationAssistant di-
rect recruitment will be
held on January 21,
GNM direct recruitment
examination on February
3, ANM direct recruit-
ment examination on
February 3, Agriculture
Supervisor direct recruit-
ment exam on Feb 4, Jun-
ior Accountant  Tehsil
Revenue Accountant
exam on Feb 11, Com-
puter direct recruitment
exam on March 3 etc.
Dates of only 6
recruitment exams
have been released,
while the proposed
month of conducting
remaining 11 exams
has been mentioned
Prez honours 2 Raj teachers
First India Bureau
Jaipur
On Teacher’s Day, Na-
tional Teachers’
Awards-2023 were hel-
dat Vigyan Bhawan in
New Delhi where Presi-
dent Droupadi Murmu
honored 75 teachers with
Rs 50,000 in cash, cita-
tion, shawl,  shrifal.
Two teachers from Raj,
Asha Suman of Alwar
and Dr Sheela Asopa,
Principal in Jodhpur,
were honored by the
President. Asha Suman
gives self-defence train-
ing to girls in Alwar,
whereas, Dr Sheela Aso-
pa prepared sign lan-
guage with hard work.
Prez Droupadi Murmu felicitates Asha Suman of Alwar during
the National Teachers’ Awards-2023 at Vigyan Bhawan, Delhi.
Prez Droupadi Murmu felicitates Dr Sheela Asopa at National
Teachers’ Awards-2023. Also seen is Dharmendra Pradhan.
Nirmal Tiwari
Sawai Madhopur
A three-month-old tiger
cub died in Ranthambore
National Park on Tues-
day. The cub was spotted
by the forest patrolling
team in a very weak con-
dition in the forest area of
Bhairupura Naka Range,
Phalodi. Deputy Conser-
vator of Forests Mohit
Gupta and veterinarians
immediately reached the
spot, but the cub died
even before the treatment
could begin.
First India Bureau
Jaipur
The ED has been inter-
rogating the PHED engi-
neers in the case of cor-
ruption in Jal Jeevan Mis-
sion. According to sourc-
es, ED has questioned
RK Meena, Chief Engi-
neer of Jal Jeevan Mis-
sion onTuesday in Jaipur.
Ganapati  Shrishyam
tubewell firms had fraud-
ulently obtained tenders
worth Rs 900 cr, after
which ED questioned RK
Meena at Jal Bhawan.
Cub of T-79 dies
in Ranthambore
National Park
ED questions C.E.
RK Meena in JJM
Corruption case
Impact
Drunk son kills father in Tankawas village of Kekri district, arrested
Kekri: An elderly man was allegedly killed by his son in Tankawas village of Kekri
dist on Saturday night, cops said. “On Saturday, Kanhaiya  Kailash exchanged
heated arguments over Kanhaiya’s habit of drinking alcohol.The accused in a drunken
state attacked his father with a wooden stick  killed him. He later admitted that he
murdered his father. An FIR was filed, following which, he was arrested,” police added.
CID-CB recovers
poppy husk worth
` 65L in Bhilwara
Bhilwara: The
CID-CB wing of Raj
Police
recovered
656 kgs of
poppy husk,
worth around
Rs. 65L, in Mandalgarh
town of Bhilwara district
and arrested a smuggler.
ADG (Crime) Dinesh MN
informed that based on
specific information,
teams were formed and a
pickup van was stopped
in Mandalgarh.
Woman hangs son
and daughter, then
kills self in Udaipur
Udaipur: A woman,
Deepika Meena
along with her son and
daughter allegedly
committed suicide in
Bhudhar village of
Udaipur. “ Her husband,
Kailash, is a labourer and
lives in Gujarat. On
Monday, she hanged her
son and daughter with a
saree and then ended her
life too. Family of woman
have filed a murder case
 are demanding a fair
probe in case,” cops said.
Youth murdered in
Shivdaspura area,
run over by a car
Jaipur: A youth,
identified as Krishna
Mohan, was allegedly
murdered  run over by a
car in Shivdaspura area,
cops said. “The dead
body was found lying on
Gopirampura Road on
Aug 26. Looking at its
suspicious condition, an
FSL was called 
post-mortem report
revealed that victim was
murdered  then his body
was run over by a car
multiple times.
Pratapgarh: NHRC
notice to govt, seeks
report within 4 weeks
New Delhi: The
NHRC issued a
notice to Raj government
over the Pratapgarh
incident in which a woman
was allegedly beaten and
paraded naked whose
video went viral. NHRC
has demanded a detailed
report from State govt
within four weeks.“NHRC,
India has taken suo motu
cognizance of a media
report that a pregnant
woman was allegedly
beaten up  paraded
naked in village by her
family in Pratapgarh dist
on Aug 31, 2023.
Reportedly, a video of
incident also went viral on
social media,” an official
notice by NHRC stated.
Victim woman speaks to interpreter Tapan Sen and police.
First India Bureau
Bhilwara
Congress National Presi-
dent Mallikarjun Kharge
will address the Kisan
Sammelan at Gulabpura
in Bhilwara today. There
is also a scooty distribu-
tion event. Along with
this, Foundation stone
laying and inauguration
of various schemes of the
Milk Producers’ Union
will also be held.
PCC Gen Secy spokes-
person Swarnim Chatur-
vedi said that Kharge is
visiting Raj for the first
time after being elected
AICC President. Dotasra
has written to Presidents
of all Dist, Block Com-
mittees, office bearers, to
reach in maximum num-
bers. Senior observer
Madhushudan Mistry ar-
rived in Barmer.
SS Randhawa, GS Dotasra inspect preparations ahead of Kisan
Sammelan to be addressed by Mallikarjun Kharge in Gulabpura
village of Bhilwara district today. Also seen are Ramlal Jat,
Amrrita Arora, Qazi Nizamuddin, Sandeep Choudhary  others.
Randhawa,Dotasrareviewpreps
aheadofKhargerallyinBhilwara
Rajendra Gudha
Eknath Shinde
Speculations rife as
Shinde to attend b’day
bash of Gudha’s son
Sources close to
Gudha clarified that
he and Eknath Shinde
have old family
relations as such
Shinde is attending
the ceremony.
G
TOP
TWEETS
SPIRITUAL SPEAK
Be strong and courageous. Do not
be afraid; do not be discouraged,
for the Lord your God will be with
you wherever you go.
BIBLE
OFOPPN’SFEAR,LOGISTICS,
KHARCHEPECHARCHATHEPAST
IN-DEPTH
WHAT’S WRONG
WITH RENAMING
INDIA AS BHARAT
XI JINPING SENDS
NEGATIVE SIGNAL
efore the forthcoming special session of Par-
liament the Opposition has been rattled by a
dinner invitation from the President to G20
leaders. The invitation was issued by “The President
of Bharat” and not India as has been customary until
now. The opposition parties were outraged. The Con-
gress accused the government of changing the coun-
try’s name without following the due process of con-
stitution amendment. The name given in Article 1 of
the Constitution is “India that is Bharat”. The op-
position now speculates that renaming the country
could also be on the special session’s agenda. Delhi
Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said that the name
was being changed as the BJP was afraid of the
I.N.D.I.A. alliance.
The BJP also went on the offensive to defend the
change with Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa
Sarma leading the charge. With this move, a colonial
baggage has been cast aside. Bharat, which so far was
an adjunct to India, will now be the country’s name.
B
ew Delhi is ready to host the G20 leaders’
summit on September 9 and 10. Leaders
from 20 countries are expected to attend the
summit which will showcase India’s leadership ca-
pability and its ability to play a dominant role at the
global level. A test of its skill would lie in drafting
the final declaration without displeasing Russia. Ser-
gei Lavrov, the Russian Foreign Minister who will
be representing President Vladimir Putin, has warned
that Russia will block the final declaration if it does
not reflect Moscow’s position on Ukraine. India, on
the other hand, is striving to get Russia and China to
agree to a consensus on Ukraine. The task looks chal-
lenging but not im-
possible for Indian
negotiators.After all,
a consensus was
reached by the G20
leaders last year.
While Putin is not
attending the summit
for valid reasons, the
decision of President
Xi Jinping to stay
away from the sum-
mit sends a negative
signal for India’s ef-
forts to build a con-
sensus. His absence
will also put a strain
on China’s relations
with India which is
emerging as an eco-
nomic power in the
world and threatening
Beijing’s hegemony.
The two countries are
part of BRICS and
vying for the leadership of the global south.
Apart from Putin and Xi there’s no clarity yet on
some other countries’ participation. Saudi Arabia,
South Africa, Mexico, Japan, Italy, Germany, Indo-
nesia, Brazil andArgentina are yet to confirm if their
leaders will attend the summit. Of these only Saudi
Arabia, it is said, may give the summit a pass for
unknown reasons.
N
Apart from Putin
and Xi there’s no
clarity yet on some
other countries’
participation. Saudi
Arabia, South Africa,
Mexico, Japan, Italy,
Germany, Indonesia,
Brazil and Argentina
are yet to confirm if
their leaders will
attend the summit.
Of these only Saudi
Arabia, it is said,
may give the summit
a pass for unknown
reasons
Teachers not only transmit knowledge
and moral ideals to the children,
but also make them capable and
contribute significantly in building a strong
society and building a strong nation. I
bow down to Bharat Ratna Dr. Sarvepalli
Radhakrishnan ji on his birth anniversary and
wish all the teachers a ‘Teacher’s Day’
.
Amit Shah @AmitShah
The #MalaviyaMission is an
endeavour to make our educators
future-ready with deeper
understanding of Indian values. It aims to
improve the quality of teachers’ training,
build leadership skills in teachers and
help realise the goals of NEP.
Dharmendra Pradhan
@dpradhanbjp
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SIMULTANEOUS POLLS
ven as I write
this article, by-
polls to seven
assemblyseats
are underway across the
country and political ana-
lysts feel this is the first
litmus test of the Opposi-
tion INDIAbloc against the
NDA. The Election Com-
mission of India is one of
the busiest government of-
fices preparing for polls
almost on a daily basis
across the nation.
Like the spectrum of fes-
tivals across the year in a
country like ours, the poll
season also is a year-long
feature. There are polls, by-
polls and then more polls…
The poll fest has become a
365-dayaffair.Inordertobe
in a position to hold simul-
taneouspolls,variousissues
must be taken into consid-
eration such as reducing the
costofholdingelectionsand
limiting all elections to a
single season. Currently, at
any given time of the year, a
pollisbeingheldorplanned
or being conducted some-
where in the country and
people in favour of the si-
multaneous polls argue that
the Model Code of Conduct
comesinthewayofthegov-
ernment announcing wel-
fare projects or policies for
the beneficiaries.
Currently, elections to
Andhra Pradesh,Arunachal
Pradesh, Odisha, and Sik-
kim Houses are held along
with Lok Sabha polls.
However, those who op-
pose the concept widely
feel that simultaneous polls
would benefit the nation-
ally dominant party (or par-
ties) hugely especially at
the cost of regional players.
It must be noted that As-
sembly polls are due in five
states in November and De-
cember, 2023 and these
polls will be followed by
the Lok Sabha between
April and June in 2024.
However, the recent moves
by the government have
thrown open the possibility
of advancing the general
elections and some state
polls, which are scheduled
after and also along with
theLokSabha.ThoughUn-
ionministerAnuragThakur
on Sunday has ruled out
plans for early polls.
WHY IS OPPN NOT VERY
COSY WITH CONCEPT?
The Opposition almost in
unison has spoken against
the ‘one nation, one elec-
tion’ saying ‘BJP is afraid
of INDIAwhich is why the
“Might” made this move’.
Commenting on the issue,
Shiv Sena (UBT) leader
Sanjay Raut said, “The
country is already one, is
anyone questioning that?
We demand fair elections,
not ‘one nation one elec-
tion’. This funda of ‘one
nation one election’ is be-
ing brought to divert the
attention from our demand
of fair election.”
Some regional parties
fear that as national elec-
tions are becoming more
and more presidential, par-
ties like the BJP would
benefit even in state elec-
tions. But in reality, in
2019, the BJPdrew a blank
in the assembly elections
in Andhra, and could win
only 22 seats in Odisha. Its
NDA partner lost the elec-
tions in Sikkim!
VOTING PATTERN…
According to a 2015 study
by an independent think
tank IDFC, there is “77%
chance that the winning
political party or alliance
will win both the Lok Sab-
ha and Assembly elections
in that state when held si-
multaneously”. If the elec-
tions are held even six
months apart, the figure
drops to 61%.”
The study included si-
multaneouselectionsofLok
Sabha and state assemblies
between 1999 and 2014. In
1999 and 2004, Karnataka
assembly elections were
held with the Lok Sabha
polls. In the 1999 elections
in Karnataka, there were 74
per cent constituencies
where candidates of the
same party won.
IN 2014 MANIFESTO…
It may be recalled that the
current push from the Cen-
tre for simultaneous polls is
not a sudden thing.The BJP
had mentioned about the
same in its 2014 Lok Sabha
manifesto. The party had
said it would seek for a
mechanism to hold the
polls simultaneously. PM
Modi did not stop at that
but kept pursuing the idea.
Again in 2016, when PM
Modi raised the issue, the
next year, Niti Aayog pre-
pared a working paper on
the proposal of the govern-
ment. Again in 2018, the
Law Commission said at
least “five Constitutional
recommendations” would
be required to hold simulta-
neous elections.
In 2019, the then CEC
Sushil Chandra Arora had
expressed full confidence
and said that the EC was
fully prepared and capable
of conducting simultane-
ous elections.
Now let’s discuss logis-
tics issues in order to con-
duct simultaneous polls. If
the country finally goes in
for the model of a simulta-
neous election, the Elec-
tion Commission will have
an enormous asking rate
and just to start explaining
the logistics imagine the
effort to arrange about 30
lakh EVMs and VVPAT
machines, and deploying
enormous number of cen-
tral forces around the
country — will be a Hima-
layan task but certainly not
impossible, according to
several former CECs. Our
subsequent ECs have done
wonders in the past in con-
ducting the polls and in
this context, the reforms
pressed into service by the
legendary TN Seshan can
never be forgotten.
“The ECI has been rec-
ommending since 1982 that
an amendment should be
brought to bring those state
assemblies that are out of
sync with Lok Sabha back
insync.In2015,wesubmit-
ted a feasibility report to the
government. It would re-
quire amendments to the
Constitution and the Repre-
sentation of the People Act.
And the ECI would need
more time and money to
manufacture more EVMs
and VVPATs. A total of
about 30 lakh EVMs (con-
trol units) would be need-
ed,”FormerCECOPRawat
said to the Indian Express.
As per the Law Minis-
ter who had informed
Parliament, as of March,
the ECI had 13.06 lakh
control units (CUs) and
17.77 lakh ballot units
(BUs) of EVMs. Another
9.09 lakh CUs and 13.26
lakh BUs were under pro-
duction, taking the total
to 22.15 lakh CUs and
31.03 lakh BUs.
 THE VIEWS EXPRESSED BY
THE AUTHOR ARE PERSONAL
LOOKING
BACK...
Here it must be said
that of the Lok Sabhas
since 1952, many were
dissolved ahead of
schedule — like in 1971,
1980, 1984, 1991, 1998,
1999 and 2004. There
would also be logistical
issues, requiring about
twice as many electronic
voting machines and Voter
Verifiable Paper Audit Trail
machines. Which we shall
be discussing in detail in
this article.
While the nation, especially
the political circles
are spending anxious
moments discussing
the simultaneous polls
issue, a flashback look
would reveal that the
simultaneous elections
for state assemblies and
the Lok Sabha is nothing
new for India. The norm
was on till 1967. However,
the scenario changed
when some legislative
assemblies were dissolved
prematurely in 1968
and 1969 and the
Lok Sabha in 1970.
But keeping in sync with
the matter, almost a
decade later, in 1983, the
Election Commission had
proposed to reinstate the
process of holding the
simultaneous elections,
but in its report, the EC
had mentioned that the
then government had
decided against it. It may
be recalled that the Law
Commission report of
1999 also pushed for
simultaneous elections.
So, the matter was raked
up time and again but
somehow it lost steam.
E
Robin
Roy
The writer is Senior
Journalist and former
Managing Editor, First India
l One of the primary benefits
of ‘One Nation, One Election’
is the reduction in the cost
of conducting elections, as
separate elections entail sub-
stantial financial resources.
l Simultaneous elections
would ease the burden on
administrative and security
forces, which are frequently
engaged in election duties.
l With the implementation of
‘One Nation, One Election,’
the government can focus
more on governance instead
of being in election mode,
which often hampers policy
implementation.
l Simultaneous elections,
according to the Law Com-
mission, could potentially in-
crease voter turnout because
it would be more convenient
for people to cast multiple
ballots at once, as reported
by India Today.
l Implementing ‘One Nation,
One Election’ would require
changes to the Constitution
and other legal frameworks. It
necessitates a constitutional
amendment and subsequent
approval by state assemblies.
l While the concept was
explored in the 1950s and
1960s, India now has more
states and a larger popula-
tion, which could complicate
the process, as sources have
indicated, as reported by ANI.
l There are concerns that
regional issues may be
overshadowed by national
issues, potentially affecting
the electoral outcomes at the
state level.
l Gaining agreement among
all political parties is a sig-
nificant hurdle, as opposition
parties have voiced opposition
to ‘One Nation, One Election.’
PROS OF ‘ONE NATION, ONE ELECTION’
CONS OF ‘ONE NATION, ONE ELECTION’
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Teachers’roleismostimportant
innationbuilding:PrezMurmu
First India Bureau
New Delhi
It is the duty of teachers
and parents to recognise
the unique abilities of
children and help them
develop those abilities
with sensitivity, President
Droupadi Murmu said on
Tuesday. She conferred
National Awards on
teachers from across
country onTeachers’Day.
Speaking on this occa-
sion, she said that quality
education is considered
the fundamental right of
every child and role of
teachers is the most im-
portantinnation-building.
She emphasised that in
view of women’s partici-
pation in the teaching
profession, the number of
female teachers receiving
teachers’ awards should
be higher. Encouraging
female students and
teachers is very impor-
tant for women empow-
erment, she asserted.
Each award carries a
certificate of merit, a
cash award of Rs 50,000
and a silver medal. The
awardees would also get
an opportunity to interact
with the Prime Minister.
The Union Education
Ministry organises Na-
tional level function on
Teachers Day every year.
Teachers’ Day Celebrations
PMSALUTESTEACHERS
ONTEACHERS’DAY
Prime Minister
Narendra Modi
saluted the teachers
on Teachers Day for their
unwavering dedication and
great impact in building our
future and inspiring dreams.
PM Modi also paid tributes
to Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrish-
nan on his birth anniver-
sary. In a X post, the Prime
Minister said; “Teachers
play a key role in building
our future and inspiring
dreams. On #TeachersDay,
we salute them for their
unwavering dedication and
great impact. Tributes to Dr.
S. Radhakrishnan on his
birth anniversary.”
ED RAIDS PEOPLE’S
GROUP IN BHOPAL
New Delhi: The ED
conducted search
operations on Sep-
tember 4, at multiple loca-
tions in Bhopal, focusing on
the activities of the People’s
Group - Bhopal and its
associated entities, includ-
ing Sarvajanik Jankalyan
Parmarthik Nyas, Peoples
University and Sarks Metal
Pvt Ltd. The investigation
also involved scrutinizing
the actions of individuals,
including Rohit Pandit and
Mayank Vishnoi.
BHARATPE’S CBO
NISHANT JAIN QUITS
Bengaluru:
BharatPe’s Chief
Business Officer Nis-
hant Jain has quit the firm
and joined stock broking
firm Angel One as executive
director and chief business
officer (assisted business).
Announcing it on Linke-
dIn, Jain said, “The past
3.5 years with BharatPe
have been nothing short of
extraordinary. It has been
thrilling experience, filled
with the satisfaction of mak-
ing a meaningful impact.”
President Droupadi Murmu confers National Awards on teachers in New Delhi on Tuesday. Union
Ministers Dharmendra Pradhan, Rajeev Chandrasekhar and others are also seen.  ANI
JK: SINHA LAUDS TEACHERS’
ROLE ON TEACHERS’ DAY
Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir
(JK) Lieutenant Governor (LG)
Manoj Sinha on Tuesday called
a teacher an explorer who discovers
hidden diamonds, gems and pearls in
the form of students. Addressing the
Teachers’ Day function at Srinagar
on Tuesday, the Lieutenant Governor
called a teacher a gemologist; he
examines and shapes the diamonds
carrying diverse talents. “Teacher is a
jeweler and gives perfect shape and
shine to precious gems,” the Lieutenant
Governor said. Sinha said, “A teacher
plays many roles simultaneously. He
is an explorer who discovers hidden
diamonds, gems and pearls in the form
of students.” JK LG Manoj Sinha at a Teachers Day programme in Srinagar, on Tuesday. ANI
6 killed as heavy rains
continue to lash many
districts of Telangana
MHRC comes to aid of Myanmarese
Agencies
Imphal
With the intervention of
the Chairperson of Ma-
nipur Human Rights
Commission (MHRC),
the Manipur government
has taken steps to depute
specialist doctors and
other health workers at
the Foreigners Detention
Centre, Sajiwa (Imphal)
where 136 foreigners,
mostly Myanmarese, in-
cluding 24 women have
been lodged.
Officials on Tuesday said
that soon after the visit of
MHRC Chairperson Jus-
tice (Retd) Utpalendu
Bikas Saha recently, the
Superintendent Manipur
Central Jail, Sajiwa re-
quested the Director of
Manipur Health Services
to depute two medical of-
ficers, one gynaecologist,
two male and two female
nurses, a pharmacist and
a medical attendant at
Foreigners Detention
Centre, Sajiwa.
Agencies
Hyderabad
Six people were killed as
heavy rains lashed sev-
eral districts of Telanga-
na on Tuesday, throwing
normal life out of gear.
Six deaths were report-
ed in separate rain-related
incidents. Three persons
including two women
died of lightning in
JayashankarBhupalapally
district.Three others were
drowned in Sangareddy
and Wanaparthy districts.
Two agriculture work-
ers were killed when
lightning struck them in
Kailapur of Chityal man-
dal in Jayashankar Bhu-
palpally district. They
were working in agricul-
ture fields. They were
identified as Sarita (30)
and Mamata (32).
A farmer died of light-
ning in Damarakunta of
Kataram mandal in the
same district. Rajeshwar
Rao (46) was working in
the field when he was hit
by a thunderbolt.
A man was washed
away in flood waters in
Sangareddy district. The
incident occurred near
Mambapur in Gumma-
didala mandal when he
was crossing a stream.
Rescue workers retrieved
thebodyofSudhakar(42).
Heavy rains lashed
several parts of the
state since Monday,
inundating low-lying
areas and affecting
normal life. IMD has
forecast more rain
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Ra- jasthan is short of water,’ he added. MORE ON P8 First India Bureau New Delhi The Supreme Court on Tuesday reserved its ver- dict on a batch of pleas challenging the abroga- tion of Article 370 of the Constitution which be- stowed special status on erstwhile state of J&K.A five-judge bench headed by CJI DY Chandrachud reserved the verdict after a marathon 16-day hear- ing. Bench said that if any lawyer wishes to file a written submission can do so in 3 days. The sub- mission should not ex- tend beyond two pages. First India Bureau New Delhi The polling for bypolls to seven assembly seats in 6 states concluded peace- fully on Tuesday. The by- election was held in Ghosi constituency in UP, Dum- ri in Jharkhand, Dhanpur and Boxanagar in Tripura, Bageshwar in Uttara- khand, Dhupguri in WB andPuthuppallyinKerala. The counting of votes will be held on September 8. SC winds up hearing pleas, verdict awaited Bypolls: Voting in 7 Assembly seats concludes Bhanwar S Charan Kota VP Jagdeep Dhankhar on Tuesday boosted the morale of the coaching students preparing for competitive examina- tions in various institu- tions of the city. He cited the example of Chan- drayaan-3, that succeed- ed after many attempts. Praising LS Speaker Om Birla, Dhankhar said, “The Speaker of our Lok Sabha and your MP is a genius. You keep chant- ing ‘Om-Om’in morning and evening,” he said. Dhankhar also answered the questions of coaching students in Kota. Dhankhar&Birla boostmoraleof coachingstudents Teachers prepare such capable and cultured students with their lifetime’s tenacity and dedication, who take lead in innovation of nation. They instill in students the ability to dream & fulfill them. OM BIRLA, LOK SABHA SPEAKER Students should neither take tension and nor be afraid of any kind of failure. I would like Speaker Om Birla to bring a delegation of the coaching students to the Parliament. JAGDEEP DHANKHAR, VICE PRESIDENT Nitin Gadkari waves as Vasundhara Raje greets in presence of CP Joshi, Rajendra Rathore, Nihal Chand and others during BJP’s fourth Parivartan Sankalp Yatra in Gogamedi on Tuesday. He says elect BJP government again and get funds for development. ARTICLE 370 CBI NABS GAIL EXEC DIRECTOR, FOUR OTHERS IN BRIBERY CASE The CBI arrested Krishna Ballabh Singh Singh, Executive Director of the GAIL and 4 others, on Tuesday for accepting a bribe of Rs 50 lakh. 260 CITIZENS WRITE TO CJI TO TAKE ACTION AGAINST Jr STALIN 260 individuals, including ex-judges have appealed to CJI DY Chandrachud, to take action against Udhayanidhi Sta- lin over “Sanatan Dharma” remarks. First India Bureau New Delhi/Washington The First lady Jill Biden’s positive test for Covid-19 threatens to upend Presi- dent Joe Biden’s plans to travel to the G20 summit in India, coming just days before his expected departure. The president himself was tested Mon- day evening and found to be negative. “The Presi- dent will test at a regular cadence this week and monitor for symptoms,” White House press secre- tary Karine Jean-Pierre said, but provided no fur- ther details on how regu- larly Biden would be tested ahead of summit. Jill Covid +ve, Joe Biden’s India trip complicates ‘WILL AGREE TO INDIA TRADE DEAL THAT WORKS FOR BRITAIN’ British PM Rishi Sunak told his ministers on Tuesday he would only reach a trade agreement with India when it benefited the whole of Brit- ain, addressing his top team before travelling to the G20 summit in India later this week. ISRO on Tuesday released an anaglyph — a simple visualisation of an object or terrain in 3 dimensions (3D) from stereo or multi-view images — showing C-3 lander Vikram on lunar surface. STATE LEVEL TEACHERS HONOUR CEREMONY State government is preparing a new policy for transfer of teachers: Gehlot CM ASHOK GEHLOT LAUNCHES ‘MISSION START’ PROGRAM TO PROVIDE E-EDUCATION IN 12,000 GOVT HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOLS Naresh Sharma Jaipur rade 3 teachers waiting for transfer in Raj- asthan will have to wait a little longer. “Rajasthan government is preparing a new policy for the transfer of teachers. This is a huge problem. Only after that third grade teachers will be trans- ferred. However, some people suffering from ill- ness will definitely be given relief of transfer before the elections,” CM Ashok Gehlot said on the occasion of Teach- ers’ Day, while address- ing state level teachers honour ceremony on Tuesday. He said, “Peo- ple say that I and Vasund- hara ji have met. Tell me where you are find this. They stopped all my work.” During this, CM Gehlot also inaugurated many new programs of Education department, in which ‘School After School’ program was launched for live classes for board classes stu- dents. Gehlot stressed that there are about 2.5 lakh third grade teachers in the education depart- ment. “They have differ- ent types of problems. They want to be called back or to be brought to districts of their choice. Whereas when there is recruitment, then recruit- ment is done in district where the person chooses whether they will go to Barmer or Jaisalmer. Even after that they de- mand to go to their home district. Somebody says I will go to Sikar. Some have to go to Jhunjhunu and some have to go to Alwar,” Gehlot said. P8 CM Ashok Gehlot felicitates a teacher in presence of Dr BD Kalla, Rajendra Yadav, Zahida Khan and Dr Subhash Garg during the Teachers’ Day celebration at Birla Auditorium, Jaipur on Tuesday. G SANTOSH SHARMA
  • 2. RAJASTHAN 02 www.firstindia.co.in firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur thefirstindia thefirstindia thefirstindia Jaipur, Wednesday | September 6, 2023 Government of Rajasthan Office of the Settlement Commissioner & CEO, RBAAS NOTICE INVITING e-BIDS Viman Bhawan, Gopalbari, Jaipur-302001, Fax : 0141-2373904 Email : scr-rj@nic.in No.: F/16/SCR/GIS Lab/2022-23/ Date : Commissioner, Land Settlement Department and CEO, RBAAS, Rajasthan invites e-Bid proposals from the eligible bidders for the following bid: S. No. Procurement Activity Estimated cost of the Bid Bid Start Date & Bid End Date Technical Bid Opening Date 1 Procurement of IT Hardware for GIS lab at Land Settlement Department, Jaipur Rs. 34.00 lacs 25.08.2023 from 11:00 am to 19.09.2023 at 6:00 pm 20.09.2023 at 04:00 pm The details of the bidding document can be seen at website : http://sppp.rajasthan.gov.in, http://eproc.rajasthan.gov.in, http://www.landrevenue.rajasthan.gov.in. In case, any of the bidders fails to physically submit the instrument for Tender Fee, Bid Security and RISL Processing Fee, its bid shall not be accepted. UBN No. : SET2324GLOB00005 Additional Commissioner Land Settlement Department & ACEO, RBAAS Rajasthan, Jaipur DIPR/C/12537/2023 Drainage & dirty water treatment in 50 urban bodies First India Bureau Jaipur hief Minister Ashok Gehlot has given fi- nancial approval of Rs 200 crore for drainage and treatment of dirty water in 50 urban bodies of the state. With this ap- proval, the drainage sys- tem in the urban bodies will be strengthened and the disposal of dirty wa- ter will be done in an orderly manner. According to the ap- proval given by the Chief Minister, out of the said amount, Rs 50 crore will be financed from the grant received from the 15th Finance Commis- sion and Rs 150 crore will be financed from RUDF-II. With this amount, construction of treatment plants and oth- er works will be done in waterlogged areas. Suryaveer S Tanwar Jaisalmer Union Minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat left Jaisalmer along with the Parivartan Sankalp Yatra for Barmer on Tuesday. While addressing a pub- lic meeting at Hanuman Square, Singh raised questions on CM An- napurna Free Food Pack- et Yojana and said that CM Ashok Gehlot was feeding adulterated food to the people under the scheme. Questioning the scheme, the Union Min- ister termed it as a scheme to play with the lives of the people and asked people to burn the food packets. First India Bureau Bhilwara Four members of a fam- ily were killed while two were injured when their car collided head-on with a truck in Bhilwara on Tuesday, police said. The incident occurred when the family was on its way to Udaipur from Ajmer. The car jumped the road divider due to a tyre burst and collided with the truck coming from the opposite direc- tion, SHO of Pur police station Shivraj said. The deceased were identified as Radheyshy- am, his wife Shakuntla, their son Manish and his wife Yashika. A minor girl and the car driver were injured in the accident, he added. First India Bureau Jaipur Rajasthan State Gas Lim- ited (RSGL) on Tuesday distributed dividends to its members. RSGL handed over a dividend check of Rs 65 lakh dur- ing the event. In addition, a cheque worth Rs 32 lakh 50 thousand was presented to Gail Gas in the pres- ence of Veenu Gupta, ACS and Chairperson at RSGL. RSGL is a Joint Venture Company of RSPCL and GAIL Gas Limited of Govt of India. RSGL MD Ranveer Singh highlighted the company’s financial suc- cess despite challenges. He said that due to the online system, there has been a significant change in the availability and distribution system of gas at CNG stations. Along with providing CNG from Neemrana and Kukas, RSGL is also providing CNG from CNG stations in Kota and providing domestic gas through pipeline by es- tablishing infra in Kota. Dr Rituraj Sharma Jaipur The preparations have started for the draft of the Vision-2030 document. Meanwhile, in the sug- gestions taken from the stakeholders by the De- partment of Personnel and other departments, important suggestions like digitization in the IT era, green building, and paperless making of the important work of the en- tire administrative sys- tem have been sped up the process of inclusion in the vision document. WhiletheCS hastaken feedback from the depart- ments at her level, DoP Principal Secretary He- mant Gera took sugges- tions from employee leaders on Tuesday. A to- talofmorethan163meet- ings have been held with the stakeholder groups in the districts so far. Gajendra Singh Shekhawat, Kailash Choudhary, Rajendra Gehlot and others in Barmer’s Shiv area on Tuesday. Mangled remains of the car at Ajmer-Chandigarh highway. Veenu Gupta and Sandesh Nayak presenting a cheque to Gail Gas in Jaipur on Tuesday. Hemant Kumar Gera in a meeting with representatives of various associations at Secretariat on Tuesday. Arun Chaturvedi, Manoj Rajoria others at a public meeting in Dholpur on Tuesday. C CM’s APPROVALS AYUSH HOSPITAL IN ANUPGARH, AYURVEDA HOSPITAL IN BALOTRA Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has given approval to open AYUSH Hospital in the newly created district Anupgarh and Ayurveda Hospital in Balotra. Besides, he has also ap- proved the creation of 22 new posts for the above two hospitals. As per the approval given by the Chief Minister, the AYUSH hospital to be opened at Anupgarh headquarters will function as a district AYUSH hospital. RAJASTHAN MIRASI COMMUNITYWELFARE BOARD FORMED The State government has formed a new board recently - Rajas- than Mirasi Community Welfare Board. There will be 7 members including the Chairman in the board. The state government also ap- proved the rules of the Board. Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot approved the formation of the new Rajasthan Mirasi Community Welfare Board. DESIGNATIONOFSENIORNURSE/COMPOUNDER OF AYUSH DEPARTMENT MODIFIED REVISED CM Ashok Gehlot has approved to modify the designation of Senior Nurse/Compounder of the AYUSH Dept to Nursing Officer (AYUSH). With this approval of Gehlot, the senior nurse/compounder working in the AYUSH department will also have a new designation. It is noteworthy that earlier designations of Nursing Cadre of Medical and Health Dept were revised. ARUN CHATURVEDI ATTACKS CONGRESS FOR DISRUPTING COMMUNAL HARMONY IN DHOLPUR Dholpur: Public meetings will be held at two places in Rajakhera and Dholpur assembly constituencies un- der the BJP’s Parivartan Yatra. Former minister Arun Chaturvedi, who reached Dholpur for the yatra, attacked Cong for disrupting communal harmony after the yatra was stopped in Gangapur City. Dholpur Karauli MP Manoj Rajoria raised questions on the Congress govt regarding unemploy- ment, law and order and atrocities on women. Chaturvedi said, “Yatra has been welcomed at 127 places and 72 public meetings have also been organized.” VinodTiwari INSULTING SANATAN DHARMA AGENDA OF ‘GHAMANDIYA GATHBANDHAN’: PRALHAD JOSHI Kota: Attacking opposition parties’ I.N.D.I. Alliance, union parliamentary affairs minister Pralhad Joshi on Tuesday said that insulting Sanatan Dharma is the agenda of the ‘Ghamandiya Gathbandhan’. He was in Kota to hold meetings of BJP workers. He attacked Congress and said that earlier also the Edu Minister of Bihar had given a statement against Ramcharit Manas, SP leader Swami Prasad Maurya had said that Hindu religion is a fraud. 25 INJURED, 2 KILLED IN SEPARATE ROAD ACCIDENTS IN RAJSAMAND BIKANER Rajsamand/Bikaner: More than two dozen people were injured in Rajsamand on Monday night after a speeding bus rammed into a tractor due to brake failure. “The passengers were heading towards Ramdevra for offering prayers when the bus lost its control and hit the tractor from behind in the Desuri Nal area of Rajsamand. After hitting the tractor, the bus carrying 62 passengers overturned and more than 24 passengers were injured,” police said. Two youths were killed while a child was injured in Gangashahar area of Bikaner on Tuesday after a speeding pickup van rammed into a motorcycle. POSTS IN PUBLIC WORK DEPARTEMENT FOR NEWLY CREATED 16 DIVISIONAL OFFICES Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has approved the creation of posts of Divisional Accountants for the newly created 16 divisional offices in the PWD. One post of Divisional Accountant will be created for each divisional office. It is noteworthy that the above new division offices have been created in accordance with various budget announcements by Gehlot. GS Shekhawat asks people to burn food packets Parivartan Sanklap Yatra Adulteratedfoodbeingsuppliedin Annapurnascheme:Shekhawat Govt receives many suggestions for the Vision-2030 document SOME MAIN SUGGESTIONS FOR FOR THE DRAFT OF THE VISION-2030 DOCUMENT z Making government offices paperless z Timely disposal of the cases received in the departments z Bringing stability in the posting of personnel z Reduction in the num- ber of service rules preva- lent in large numbers z Minimise the time taken for recruitment, make recruitment time- bound z Recruiting IT expert employees, make existing employees IT experts z Entry of visitors to the secretariat should be en- sured through biometric machine Four members of a family killed, two injured in road crash in Bhilwara Significant change in availability and distribution system RSGL distributes dividends of `65 lakh ALWAR:2DIEAFTER CAR COLLIDES WITH MOTORCYCLE Alwar: 2 were killed in Alwar on Monday night after a speeding car collided head-on with a motorcycle, police said. Police in- formed the deceased has been identified as Bhupendra Sain (28) and his cousin brother Monu Sain (24). “Both were returning to their village from work when they met with an accident near Dhai Paidi area under the Aravali Vihar police station area. Bhupen- dra Sain died on the spot, while Monu Sain succumbed to injuries on his way to the hos- pital” police said. Scandal involving 80% fakesilicosiscertificates comes to fore in Dausa Sanjay Mehla is now legal advisor in the Police Games Board Committee reaches Gangauri Hospital to investigate birthday celebration row First India Bureau Jaipur A meeting of the Mentor Group of Police and Fire Games Board of India was held in Jaipur. Dur- ing the m e e t i n g , Senior Ad- vocate of Rajasthan High Court Sanjay Me- hla, a resident of Khajpur Naya village of Jhunjhunu, was appoint- ed as the legal advisor of the board. The meeting was at- tended by former Direc- tor General of Police and experts from vari- ous states Gujarat, Ra- jasthan, Odisha, Mad- hya Pradesh, Meghalaya andAndhra Pradesh par- ticipated. First India Bureau Jaipur In the incident involving the birthday celebration of a cabinet minister’s son in Gangauri Hospital, the committee formed to investigate the matter on Tuesday reached Gan- gauri hospital and took statements of witnesses present at the time of al- leged incident. The com- mittee is headed by Ad- ditional Principal Dr. BL Kumawat. Additional Principal Dr. Govardhan Meena, Dr RK Jain, DrAbhishek Agarwal on Tuesday reached Gangauri Hospi- tal to investigate the case. The committee members also viewed CCTV foot- age of the hospital. Retired IAS Chandra Prakash passes away Vikas Sharma Jaipur A scandal involving fake ‘silicosis’ certifi- cates has surfaced in Dausa, the hometown of Health Minister Parsadi Lal Meena. More than 80 percent of certifi- cates have been found fake in random sam- pling in the current fis- cal, which has not only caused loss of crores of rupees to the exchequer but also raise serious questions on the system. It was found by a medical department team that multiple cer- tificates were issued on the basis of single x-ray report.’Silicosis,’a lung disease caused by inhal- ing silica-rich dust prev- alent in mines, had prompted the Gehlot government to intro- duce the Silicosis Policy 2019, offering financial aid to afflicted workers. However, some indi- viduals exploited this noble initiative.Prelimi- nary investigations by the Medical Department revealed that, despite having no illness, over 90 workers had their ap- plications rejected. First India Bureau Jaipur Former IAS Chandra Prakash Meena passed away on Tuesday early morning. He was 86. The 1964-batch IAS of- ficer was suffering from pneumonia and was ad- mitted in Mahatma Gandhi Hospital for the last many days. His fi- nal rites were performed in Badbela village of Jhalawar district. Chan- dra Prakash Meena had rendered his services in departments like UDH, Food and Civil Sup- plies, Forest, Rajasthan Housing Board, RIICO and others in the past. Hewassufferingfrom pneumoniawas admittedinMahatma GandhiHospfrom lastfewdays Corruptioninvolved bribesofuptoRs1L foracertificate,with 2800cases registeredinDausa
  • 3. MISHRA VISITS CURAJ Teachers are catalyst for change: Guv Mishra First India Bureau Ajmer overnor Kalraj Mishra on Teacher’s Day emphasized the pivotal role teachers play in shap- ing the society. He said teachers are the catalyst for change. Speaking at a pro- gramme at the Central University of Rajasthan at Bandarsindri inAjmer, he stressed upon the impor- tance of imparting values and character-building, highlighting that educa- tion goes beyond mere memorization. Mishra also delved into the historical significance of the ‘Guru-Shishya’tra- dition, dating back to the Vedic period. The Governor while addressing the gathering during the programme, said that after Chan- drayaan, the launching of the Aditya-L1 mission to study the Sun is a proud feeling. During this, the Gover- nor presented the NAAC Grade Certificate to the Vice- Chancellor. He also honoured Dr Dushyant of Beawar’s Sanatan Dharma College, Dr Priyanka As- sistant Professor at MNIT Jaipur and Dr Sakshi Dhanikar of IIT, Jodhpur for their exemplary ser- vices in the field of impart- ing education during the felicitation ceremony. Guv Kalraj Mishra stressed upon the importance of imparting values and character-building, highlighting that education goes beyond mere memorization RAJASTHAN 03 www.firstindia.co.in firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur thefirstindia thefirstindia thefirstindia Jaipur, Wednesday | September 6, 2023 Transportdeptcracksdownon 9fitnesscentresoverviolations Shivendra Parmar Jaipur The Transport Depart- ment has taken action taken against 9 vehicle f i t n e s s c e n t r e s across the State after First India news high- lighting the violations at these centres. Vinayak Fitness Cen- tre, Didwana and Vahan Fitness Centre, Nagaur have been suspended for 15 days. Security worth Rs 1 lakh each of Marwar Fitness Centre;Aggarwal Fitness Centre, Ajmer; Nandan Fitness Centre, Ajmer; Mahalakshmi Fitness Centre, Ajmer has been seized. Additional Transport Commissioner Nanuram Choyal issued the orders in this regard. Private fit- ness centres have become unbridled in the state. Principal Secretary Transport Anand Kumar showed seriousness. On his instructions, for the first time, all the fitness centres were investigated simultaneously. In the investigation, serious irregularities were found at many fit- ness centres. After the First India featured the news prominently, the Transport Department took action on some fit- ness centres. Some more fitness centres in the State may be targeted in the near future. TWO FITNESS CENTRES ALSO GIVEN WARNING There are two fit- ness centres which have been given strict warning at present. However, compared to the irregularities found in the fit- ness centres, this action of the Transport Department is like a drop in the mouth of a camel, but it is expected that in the coming days, the rules will be relaxed. The Transport Department will take more strict action against centres that remain dens of robbery. The Dept took action after First India featured news prominently Shubhra Singh reviews 108 ambulance services in dists Vikas Sharma Jaipur ACS, Medical Health Dept, Shubhra Singh re- viewedthe108ambulance services district-wise with all Chief Medical and Health Officers through VC on Tuesday. Officials informed here about the smooth and uninterrupted emergency ambulance services across the State. Singh directed that as an alternative arrange- ment, 104, Mamta Ex- press, NHAI ambulances and about 1,100 other ambulances, including the base ambulances available in the districts should also be connected to 108 service so that no one faces inconvenience due to the strike. Besides, district-wise recruitment of drivers for ambulances is being done by service provider com- pany GVK and drivers from other states have also been called. Alterna- tive arrangements for nursing staff have been made. Instructions have been given to district ad- ministration that ambu- lances be operated smoothly with full secu- rity. Singh appealed to the striking GVK workers to end their strike in the pub- lic interest. Besides, master control rooms and district-wise control rooms have been set up at directorate level, which monitor the smooth operation of ambulance services in the State Assamesewoman,sold,beatenrapedinJhunjhunu First India Bureau Jhunjhunu In a suspected case of hu- man trafficking, an Assa- mese woman was alleg- edly sold for Rs. 40,000 to a man in Surajgarh town of Jhunjhunu district. Po- lice informed the woman was allegedly beaten and raped by the accused. “The 35-year-old woman used to work as a packing worker in a pharmaceuti- cal company in Alokbari of Guwahati. A few days back, she was brought to Jhunjhunu from Guha- wati via train and then sold for Rs. 40,000. She was held hostage, beaten, and even raped by the ac- cused. On Tuesday morn- ing, the victim was found unconscious at Gandhi Chowk in Surajgarh. The woman belongs to a mi- nority community and no complaint was filed in this regard till Tuesday evening.The matter is be- ing investigated,” police added. CRIME ROUND-UP First India Bureau Jaipur A new curiosity about sacked minister Rajendra Gudha’s new innings has started as Maharashtra CM Eknath Shinde is scheduled to attend birth- day celebrations of Gud- ha’s son on September 9. Shinde will attend the ceremony as the chief guest in Gudha village of Jhunjhunu. Shinde is also head of the Shiv Sena and for the last few days there was talk of Gudha joining the Shiv Sena. Guv Kalraj Mishra felicitates a teacher during a programme held to mark Teachers’ Day at CURAJ, Ajmer. ANAND SHARMA RSSBreleasesrevisedschedulesfor 17recruitmentexams;datesforsix First India Bureau Jaipur In Rajasthan Staff Selec- tion Board has released the revised calendar of 17 recruitment exams which will be held from January to April next year. About 25 lakh candidates of tate are expected to take up these exams, RSSB cha- riman Maj Gen (Retd.) Alok Raj said. The dates of only six recruitment examinations have been released, while the pro- posed month of conduct- ing remaining 11 exams has been mentioned. The examination for InformationAssistant di- rect recruitment will be held on January 21, GNM direct recruitment examination on February 3, ANM direct recruit- ment examination on February 3, Agriculture Supervisor direct recruit- ment exam on Feb 4, Jun- ior Accountant Tehsil Revenue Accountant exam on Feb 11, Com- puter direct recruitment exam on March 3 etc. Dates of only 6 recruitment exams have been released, while the proposed month of conducting remaining 11 exams has been mentioned Prez honours 2 Raj teachers First India Bureau Jaipur On Teacher’s Day, Na- tional Teachers’ Awards-2023 were hel- dat Vigyan Bhawan in New Delhi where Presi- dent Droupadi Murmu honored 75 teachers with Rs 50,000 in cash, cita- tion, shawl, shrifal. Two teachers from Raj, Asha Suman of Alwar and Dr Sheela Asopa, Principal in Jodhpur, were honored by the President. Asha Suman gives self-defence train- ing to girls in Alwar, whereas, Dr Sheela Aso- pa prepared sign lan- guage with hard work. Prez Droupadi Murmu felicitates Asha Suman of Alwar during the National Teachers’ Awards-2023 at Vigyan Bhawan, Delhi. Prez Droupadi Murmu felicitates Dr Sheela Asopa at National Teachers’ Awards-2023. Also seen is Dharmendra Pradhan. Nirmal Tiwari Sawai Madhopur A three-month-old tiger cub died in Ranthambore National Park on Tues- day. The cub was spotted by the forest patrolling team in a very weak con- dition in the forest area of Bhairupura Naka Range, Phalodi. Deputy Conser- vator of Forests Mohit Gupta and veterinarians immediately reached the spot, but the cub died even before the treatment could begin. First India Bureau Jaipur The ED has been inter- rogating the PHED engi- neers in the case of cor- ruption in Jal Jeevan Mis- sion. According to sourc- es, ED has questioned RK Meena, Chief Engi- neer of Jal Jeevan Mis- sion onTuesday in Jaipur. Ganapati Shrishyam tubewell firms had fraud- ulently obtained tenders worth Rs 900 cr, after which ED questioned RK Meena at Jal Bhawan. Cub of T-79 dies in Ranthambore National Park ED questions C.E. RK Meena in JJM Corruption case Impact Drunk son kills father in Tankawas village of Kekri district, arrested Kekri: An elderly man was allegedly killed by his son in Tankawas village of Kekri dist on Saturday night, cops said. “On Saturday, Kanhaiya Kailash exchanged heated arguments over Kanhaiya’s habit of drinking alcohol.The accused in a drunken state attacked his father with a wooden stick killed him. He later admitted that he murdered his father. An FIR was filed, following which, he was arrested,” police added. CID-CB recovers poppy husk worth ` 65L in Bhilwara Bhilwara: The CID-CB wing of Raj Police recovered 656 kgs of poppy husk, worth around Rs. 65L, in Mandalgarh town of Bhilwara district and arrested a smuggler. ADG (Crime) Dinesh MN informed that based on specific information, teams were formed and a pickup van was stopped in Mandalgarh. Woman hangs son and daughter, then kills self in Udaipur Udaipur: A woman, Deepika Meena along with her son and daughter allegedly committed suicide in Bhudhar village of Udaipur. “ Her husband, Kailash, is a labourer and lives in Gujarat. On Monday, she hanged her son and daughter with a saree and then ended her life too. Family of woman have filed a murder case are demanding a fair probe in case,” cops said. Youth murdered in Shivdaspura area, run over by a car Jaipur: A youth, identified as Krishna Mohan, was allegedly murdered run over by a car in Shivdaspura area, cops said. “The dead body was found lying on Gopirampura Road on Aug 26. Looking at its suspicious condition, an FSL was called post-mortem report revealed that victim was murdered then his body was run over by a car multiple times. Pratapgarh: NHRC notice to govt, seeks report within 4 weeks New Delhi: The NHRC issued a notice to Raj government over the Pratapgarh incident in which a woman was allegedly beaten and paraded naked whose video went viral. NHRC has demanded a detailed report from State govt within four weeks.“NHRC, India has taken suo motu cognizance of a media report that a pregnant woman was allegedly beaten up paraded naked in village by her family in Pratapgarh dist on Aug 31, 2023. Reportedly, a video of incident also went viral on social media,” an official notice by NHRC stated. Victim woman speaks to interpreter Tapan Sen and police. First India Bureau Bhilwara Congress National Presi- dent Mallikarjun Kharge will address the Kisan Sammelan at Gulabpura in Bhilwara today. There is also a scooty distribu- tion event. Along with this, Foundation stone laying and inauguration of various schemes of the Milk Producers’ Union will also be held. PCC Gen Secy spokes- person Swarnim Chatur- vedi said that Kharge is visiting Raj for the first time after being elected AICC President. Dotasra has written to Presidents of all Dist, Block Com- mittees, office bearers, to reach in maximum num- bers. Senior observer Madhushudan Mistry ar- rived in Barmer. SS Randhawa, GS Dotasra inspect preparations ahead of Kisan Sammelan to be addressed by Mallikarjun Kharge in Gulabpura village of Bhilwara district today. Also seen are Ramlal Jat, Amrrita Arora, Qazi Nizamuddin, Sandeep Choudhary others. Randhawa,Dotasrareviewpreps aheadofKhargerallyinBhilwara Rajendra Gudha Eknath Shinde Speculations rife as Shinde to attend b’day bash of Gudha’s son Sources close to Gudha clarified that he and Eknath Shinde have old family relations as such Shinde is attending the ceremony. G
  • 4. TOP TWEETS SPIRITUAL SPEAK Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged, for the Lord your God will be with you wherever you go. BIBLE OFOPPN’SFEAR,LOGISTICS, KHARCHEPECHARCHATHEPAST IN-DEPTH WHAT’S WRONG WITH RENAMING INDIA AS BHARAT XI JINPING SENDS NEGATIVE SIGNAL efore the forthcoming special session of Par- liament the Opposition has been rattled by a dinner invitation from the President to G20 leaders. The invitation was issued by “The President of Bharat” and not India as has been customary until now. The opposition parties were outraged. The Con- gress accused the government of changing the coun- try’s name without following the due process of con- stitution amendment. The name given in Article 1 of the Constitution is “India that is Bharat”. The op- position now speculates that renaming the country could also be on the special session’s agenda. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said that the name was being changed as the BJP was afraid of the I.N.D.I.A. alliance. The BJP also went on the offensive to defend the change with Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma leading the charge. With this move, a colonial baggage has been cast aside. Bharat, which so far was an adjunct to India, will now be the country’s name. B ew Delhi is ready to host the G20 leaders’ summit on September 9 and 10. Leaders from 20 countries are expected to attend the summit which will showcase India’s leadership ca- pability and its ability to play a dominant role at the global level. A test of its skill would lie in drafting the final declaration without displeasing Russia. Ser- gei Lavrov, the Russian Foreign Minister who will be representing President Vladimir Putin, has warned that Russia will block the final declaration if it does not reflect Moscow’s position on Ukraine. India, on the other hand, is striving to get Russia and China to agree to a consensus on Ukraine. The task looks chal- lenging but not im- possible for Indian negotiators.After all, a consensus was reached by the G20 leaders last year. While Putin is not attending the summit for valid reasons, the decision of President Xi Jinping to stay away from the sum- mit sends a negative signal for India’s ef- forts to build a con- sensus. His absence will also put a strain on China’s relations with India which is emerging as an eco- nomic power in the world and threatening Beijing’s hegemony. The two countries are part of BRICS and vying for the leadership of the global south. Apart from Putin and Xi there’s no clarity yet on some other countries’ participation. Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Mexico, Japan, Italy, Germany, Indo- nesia, Brazil andArgentina are yet to confirm if their leaders will attend the summit. Of these only Saudi Arabia, it is said, may give the summit a pass for unknown reasons. N Apart from Putin and Xi there’s no clarity yet on some other countries’ participation. Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Mexico, Japan, Italy, Germany, Indonesia, Brazil and Argentina are yet to confirm if their leaders will attend the summit. Of these only Saudi Arabia, it is said, may give the summit a pass for unknown reasons Teachers not only transmit knowledge and moral ideals to the children, but also make them capable and contribute significantly in building a strong society and building a strong nation. I bow down to Bharat Ratna Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan ji on his birth anniversary and wish all the teachers a ‘Teacher’s Day’ . Amit Shah @AmitShah The #MalaviyaMission is an endeavour to make our educators future-ready with deeper understanding of Indian values. It aims to improve the quality of teachers’ training, build leadership skills in teachers and help realise the goals of NEP. Dharmendra Pradhan @dpradhanbjp PERSPECT VE 04 Jaipur, Wednesday | September 6, 2023 www.firstindia.co.in firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur thefirstindia thefirstindia thefirstindia l Vol 5 l Issue No. 91 l 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. l Editor-In-Chief: Dr Jagdeesh Chandra l Managing Editor: Pawan Arora l Editor: Anita Hada Sangwan responsible for selection of news under the PRB Act SIMULTANEOUS POLLS ven as I write this article, by- polls to seven assemblyseats are underway across the country and political ana- lysts feel this is the first litmus test of the Opposi- tion INDIAbloc against the NDA. The Election Com- mission of India is one of the busiest government of- fices preparing for polls almost on a daily basis across the nation. Like the spectrum of fes- tivals across the year in a country like ours, the poll season also is a year-long feature. There are polls, by- polls and then more polls… The poll fest has become a 365-dayaffair.Inordertobe in a position to hold simul- taneouspolls,variousissues must be taken into consid- eration such as reducing the costofholdingelectionsand limiting all elections to a single season. Currently, at any given time of the year, a pollisbeingheldorplanned or being conducted some- where in the country and people in favour of the si- multaneous polls argue that the Model Code of Conduct comesinthewayofthegov- ernment announcing wel- fare projects or policies for the beneficiaries. Currently, elections to Andhra Pradesh,Arunachal Pradesh, Odisha, and Sik- kim Houses are held along with Lok Sabha polls. However, those who op- pose the concept widely feel that simultaneous polls would benefit the nation- ally dominant party (or par- ties) hugely especially at the cost of regional players. It must be noted that As- sembly polls are due in five states in November and De- cember, 2023 and these polls will be followed by the Lok Sabha between April and June in 2024. However, the recent moves by the government have thrown open the possibility of advancing the general elections and some state polls, which are scheduled after and also along with theLokSabha.ThoughUn- ionministerAnuragThakur on Sunday has ruled out plans for early polls. WHY IS OPPN NOT VERY COSY WITH CONCEPT? The Opposition almost in unison has spoken against the ‘one nation, one elec- tion’ saying ‘BJP is afraid of INDIAwhich is why the “Might” made this move’. Commenting on the issue, Shiv Sena (UBT) leader Sanjay Raut said, “The country is already one, is anyone questioning that? We demand fair elections, not ‘one nation one elec- tion’. This funda of ‘one nation one election’ is be- ing brought to divert the attention from our demand of fair election.” Some regional parties fear that as national elec- tions are becoming more and more presidential, par- ties like the BJP would benefit even in state elec- tions. But in reality, in 2019, the BJPdrew a blank in the assembly elections in Andhra, and could win only 22 seats in Odisha. Its NDA partner lost the elec- tions in Sikkim! VOTING PATTERN… According to a 2015 study by an independent think tank IDFC, there is “77% chance that the winning political party or alliance will win both the Lok Sab- ha and Assembly elections in that state when held si- multaneously”. If the elec- tions are held even six months apart, the figure drops to 61%.” The study included si- multaneouselectionsofLok Sabha and state assemblies between 1999 and 2014. In 1999 and 2004, Karnataka assembly elections were held with the Lok Sabha polls. In the 1999 elections in Karnataka, there were 74 per cent constituencies where candidates of the same party won. IN 2014 MANIFESTO… It may be recalled that the current push from the Cen- tre for simultaneous polls is not a sudden thing.The BJP had mentioned about the same in its 2014 Lok Sabha manifesto. The party had said it would seek for a mechanism to hold the polls simultaneously. PM Modi did not stop at that but kept pursuing the idea. Again in 2016, when PM Modi raised the issue, the next year, Niti Aayog pre- pared a working paper on the proposal of the govern- ment. Again in 2018, the Law Commission said at least “five Constitutional recommendations” would be required to hold simulta- neous elections. In 2019, the then CEC Sushil Chandra Arora had expressed full confidence and said that the EC was fully prepared and capable of conducting simultane- ous elections. Now let’s discuss logis- tics issues in order to con- duct simultaneous polls. If the country finally goes in for the model of a simulta- neous election, the Elec- tion Commission will have an enormous asking rate and just to start explaining the logistics imagine the effort to arrange about 30 lakh EVMs and VVPAT machines, and deploying enormous number of cen- tral forces around the country — will be a Hima- layan task but certainly not impossible, according to several former CECs. Our subsequent ECs have done wonders in the past in con- ducting the polls and in this context, the reforms pressed into service by the legendary TN Seshan can never be forgotten. “The ECI has been rec- ommending since 1982 that an amendment should be brought to bring those state assemblies that are out of sync with Lok Sabha back insync.In2015,wesubmit- ted a feasibility report to the government. It would re- quire amendments to the Constitution and the Repre- sentation of the People Act. And the ECI would need more time and money to manufacture more EVMs and VVPATs. A total of about 30 lakh EVMs (con- trol units) would be need- ed,”FormerCECOPRawat said to the Indian Express. As per the Law Minis- ter who had informed Parliament, as of March, the ECI had 13.06 lakh control units (CUs) and 17.77 lakh ballot units (BUs) of EVMs. Another 9.09 lakh CUs and 13.26 lakh BUs were under pro- duction, taking the total to 22.15 lakh CUs and 31.03 lakh BUs. THE VIEWS EXPRESSED BY THE AUTHOR ARE PERSONAL LOOKING BACK... Here it must be said that of the Lok Sabhas since 1952, many were dissolved ahead of schedule — like in 1971, 1980, 1984, 1991, 1998, 1999 and 2004. There would also be logistical issues, requiring about twice as many electronic voting machines and Voter Verifiable Paper Audit Trail machines. Which we shall be discussing in detail in this article. While the nation, especially the political circles are spending anxious moments discussing the simultaneous polls issue, a flashback look would reveal that the simultaneous elections for state assemblies and the Lok Sabha is nothing new for India. The norm was on till 1967. However, the scenario changed when some legislative assemblies were dissolved prematurely in 1968 and 1969 and the Lok Sabha in 1970. But keeping in sync with the matter, almost a decade later, in 1983, the Election Commission had proposed to reinstate the process of holding the simultaneous elections, but in its report, the EC had mentioned that the then government had decided against it. It may be recalled that the Law Commission report of 1999 also pushed for simultaneous elections. So, the matter was raked up time and again but somehow it lost steam. E Robin Roy The writer is Senior Journalist and former Managing Editor, First India l One of the primary benefits of ‘One Nation, One Election’ is the reduction in the cost of conducting elections, as separate elections entail sub- stantial financial resources. l Simultaneous elections would ease the burden on administrative and security forces, which are frequently engaged in election duties. l With the implementation of ‘One Nation, One Election,’ the government can focus more on governance instead of being in election mode, which often hampers policy implementation. l Simultaneous elections, according to the Law Com- mission, could potentially in- crease voter turnout because it would be more convenient for people to cast multiple ballots at once, as reported by India Today. l Implementing ‘One Nation, One Election’ would require changes to the Constitution and other legal frameworks. It necessitates a constitutional amendment and subsequent approval by state assemblies. l While the concept was explored in the 1950s and 1960s, India now has more states and a larger popula- tion, which could complicate the process, as sources have indicated, as reported by ANI. l There are concerns that regional issues may be overshadowed by national issues, potentially affecting the electoral outcomes at the state level. l Gaining agreement among all political parties is a sig- nificant hurdle, as opposition parties have voiced opposition to ‘One Nation, One Election.’ PROS OF ‘ONE NATION, ONE ELECTION’ CONS OF ‘ONE NATION, ONE ELECTION’
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  • 6. INDIA 05 Jaipur, Wednesday | September 6, 2023 www.firstindia.co.in firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur thefirstindia thefirstindia thefirstindia Teachers’roleismostimportant innationbuilding:PrezMurmu First India Bureau New Delhi It is the duty of teachers and parents to recognise the unique abilities of children and help them develop those abilities with sensitivity, President Droupadi Murmu said on Tuesday. She conferred National Awards on teachers from across country onTeachers’Day. Speaking on this occa- sion, she said that quality education is considered the fundamental right of every child and role of teachers is the most im- portantinnation-building. She emphasised that in view of women’s partici- pation in the teaching profession, the number of female teachers receiving teachers’ awards should be higher. Encouraging female students and teachers is very impor- tant for women empow- erment, she asserted. Each award carries a certificate of merit, a cash award of Rs 50,000 and a silver medal. The awardees would also get an opportunity to interact with the Prime Minister. The Union Education Ministry organises Na- tional level function on Teachers Day every year. Teachers’ Day Celebrations PMSALUTESTEACHERS ONTEACHERS’DAY Prime Minister Narendra Modi saluted the teachers on Teachers Day for their unwavering dedication and great impact in building our future and inspiring dreams. PM Modi also paid tributes to Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrish- nan on his birth anniver- sary. In a X post, the Prime Minister said; “Teachers play a key role in building our future and inspiring dreams. On #TeachersDay, we salute them for their unwavering dedication and great impact. Tributes to Dr. S. Radhakrishnan on his birth anniversary.” ED RAIDS PEOPLE’S GROUP IN BHOPAL New Delhi: The ED conducted search operations on Sep- tember 4, at multiple loca- tions in Bhopal, focusing on the activities of the People’s Group - Bhopal and its associated entities, includ- ing Sarvajanik Jankalyan Parmarthik Nyas, Peoples University and Sarks Metal Pvt Ltd. The investigation also involved scrutinizing the actions of individuals, including Rohit Pandit and Mayank Vishnoi. BHARATPE’S CBO NISHANT JAIN QUITS Bengaluru: BharatPe’s Chief Business Officer Nis- hant Jain has quit the firm and joined stock broking firm Angel One as executive director and chief business officer (assisted business). Announcing it on Linke- dIn, Jain said, “The past 3.5 years with BharatPe have been nothing short of extraordinary. It has been thrilling experience, filled with the satisfaction of mak- ing a meaningful impact.” President Droupadi Murmu confers National Awards on teachers in New Delhi on Tuesday. Union Ministers Dharmendra Pradhan, Rajeev Chandrasekhar and others are also seen. ANI JK: SINHA LAUDS TEACHERS’ ROLE ON TEACHERS’ DAY Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir (JK) Lieutenant Governor (LG) Manoj Sinha on Tuesday called a teacher an explorer who discovers hidden diamonds, gems and pearls in the form of students. Addressing the Teachers’ Day function at Srinagar on Tuesday, the Lieutenant Governor called a teacher a gemologist; he examines and shapes the diamonds carrying diverse talents. “Teacher is a jeweler and gives perfect shape and shine to precious gems,” the Lieutenant Governor said. Sinha said, “A teacher plays many roles simultaneously. He is an explorer who discovers hidden diamonds, gems and pearls in the form of students.” JK LG Manoj Sinha at a Teachers Day programme in Srinagar, on Tuesday. ANI 6 killed as heavy rains continue to lash many districts of Telangana MHRC comes to aid of Myanmarese Agencies Imphal With the intervention of the Chairperson of Ma- nipur Human Rights Commission (MHRC), the Manipur government has taken steps to depute specialist doctors and other health workers at the Foreigners Detention Centre, Sajiwa (Imphal) where 136 foreigners, mostly Myanmarese, in- cluding 24 women have been lodged. Officials on Tuesday said that soon after the visit of MHRC Chairperson Jus- tice (Retd) Utpalendu Bikas Saha recently, the Superintendent Manipur Central Jail, Sajiwa re- quested the Director of Manipur Health Services to depute two medical of- ficers, one gynaecologist, two male and two female nurses, a pharmacist and a medical attendant at Foreigners Detention Centre, Sajiwa. Agencies Hyderabad Six people were killed as heavy rains lashed sev- eral districts of Telanga- na on Tuesday, throwing normal life out of gear. Six deaths were report- ed in separate rain-related incidents. Three persons including two women died of lightning in JayashankarBhupalapally district.Three others were drowned in Sangareddy and Wanaparthy districts. Two agriculture work- ers were killed when lightning struck them in Kailapur of Chityal man- dal in Jayashankar Bhu- palpally district. They were working in agricul- ture fields. They were identified as Sarita (30) and Mamata (32). A farmer died of light- ning in Damarakunta of Kataram mandal in the same district. Rajeshwar Rao (46) was working in the field when he was hit by a thunderbolt. A man was washed away in flood waters in Sangareddy district. The incident occurred near Mambapur in Gumma- didala mandal when he was crossing a stream. Rescue workers retrieved thebodyofSudhakar(42). Heavy rains lashed several parts of the state since Monday, inundating low-lying areas and affecting normal life. IMD has forecast more rain CRUCIAL READ
  • 7. INDIA 06 Jaipur, Wednesday | September 6, 2023 www.firstindia.co.in firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur thefirstindia thefirstindia thefirstindia VIRENDER SEHWAG WANTS ‘BHARAT' ON INDIAN PLAYERS' JERSEY IN WORLD CUP New Delhi: With buzz around the potential renaming of India to Bharat gaining momentum across the country, former India cricketer Virender Sehwag has made an appeal to the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). India’s 2011 World Cup and 2007 T20 World Cup-winning cricketer has appealed to the BCCI to consider having jerseys for the Indian team participating in the upcoming ICC World Cup with the name “Bharat” instead of “India.” Sehwag posted on X (formerly known as Twitter) to express that it’s high time to officially reinstate our original name, ‘Bharat’. First India Bureau Mandla Coming down heavily on the Congress in general and former PM Manmo- han Singh in particular, Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Tuesday accused the former leader of remaining a mute spec- tator – in the face of ter- rorist attacks by Pakistan – and adopting a minori- ties appeasement policy. “The UPA’s scam-rid- den tenure witnessed fre- quent incidents perpetrat- ed by militants. Pak-spon- sored extremists decapi- tated our soldiers! How- ever,whilestagingtheUri andPulwamaassaults,the ultras forgot that ‘Mauni Baba Manmohan’was no longer occupying the sad- dle. Within days, a surgi- cal strike was executed and PM Narendra Modi sent a crystal-clear mes- sage that the Indian bor- der and the Indian Army should not be touched,” Shah said while flagging offtheBJP’sJanAshirwad Yatra here. Recalling the then PM Singh’s statement that mi- norities enjoyed the first claim on the country’s re- sources, Shah said that thosewordsweremetwith widespreadprotestsbutDr Singh refused to relent. “During ‘economist’ Manmohan’s tenure, In- dia remained at 11th posi- tion among global econo- mies. The Congress aired hollow slogans vis-à-vis safeguarding people’s rights to water, forests and land,” Shah said. ANI New Delhi Congress onTuesday held a Parliamentary strategy group meeting ahead of theParliamentspecialses- sionstartingfromSeptem- ber18.Themeetingbegan at the residence of CPP chairpersonSoniaGandhi. Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge, AdhirRanjanChowdhury including other important arrived at 10, Janpath to attend the meeting. Earli- er Congress Parliamenta- ry Party chairperson So- nia Gandhi on Monday called for a meeting of the party's Parliamentary Strategy group. Sonia Gandhi was dis- charged from the hospital on Monday. She was ad- mitted to Sir Gangaram Hospital with symptoms of mild fever on Sunday. Kharge also called a meeting of MPs of the INDIA alliance to dis- cuss the strategy for the special parliamentary session. Union Parlia- mentary Affairs Minister Pralhad Joshi on Thurs- day informed about the five-day special session of Parliament from Sep- tember 18-22. ANI New Delhi Union Minister Arjun Munda has slammed DMK leader and Tamil Nadu minister Udhayani- dhi Stalin over his re- mark on Sanatan Dharma and said the comment equating religion with diseases like dengue and malaria shows the lead- er’s “cheap mentality”. Munda said that the Sanatana is not only a re- ligion, but this is some- thing through which one can feel about existence. “Comparing Sanatana Dharma with the mosqui- toes of dengue and ma- laria shows his cheap mentality,” the Union Minister further said. Union Home Minister says the then Prime Minister Dr Singh was partial towards minorities BJP’S JAN ASHIRWAD YATRA Manmohanwassoftonterror:AmitShahinMP Union Home Minister Amit Shah flags off the ‘Jan Ashirwad Yatra’, in Mandla, Madhya Pradesh on Tuesday. State’s Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan is also seen. ANI “CORRUPTION NATH…”: AMIT SHAH SLAMS FORMER MP CHIEF MINISTER KAMAL NATH Mandla: Union Home Minister Amit Shah took a swipe at the previous Congress government in Madhya Pradesh, accusing it of doing ‘corrup- tion’ during its tenure under former chief minister Kamal Nath. “More than 51 poor welfare schemes were closed by this Corruption Nath...CMO became the money collection office. Congress Working Committee became a ‘Corruption Working Committee’...” Amit Shah said while addressing a public rally in Madhya Pradesh’s Mandla. Shah arrived at Madhya Pradesh’s Jabalpur on Tuesday to flag off the Bharatiya Janata Party’s ‘Jan Ashirwad Yatra’. Shah was received by MP Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan. DIGVIJAYA TAKES JIBE AT BJP’S YATRA, SAYS GRASSROOTS LEADERS LEAVING BJP Bhopal: Former CM of Madhya Pradesh and veteran Congress leader Digvijaya Singh took a jibe on the Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) Jan Ashirwad Yatra and said senior BJP leaders are participating in Yatra and grass- root leaders are leaving the party. Singh made the remark while speaking to the reporters in the state capital Bhopal on Tuesday. Reacting to the Union Home Minister Amit Shah’s presence in the state to flag off the BJP’s Jan Ashirvad Yatra in Mandla and Sheopur district on Tuesday, Singh said, “Senior BJP leaders are coming and grassroots BJP leaders are leaving the party.” Recently, several BJP leaders, including a sitting MLA Virendra Ra- ghuvanshi resigned from the party and joined the Congress party ahead of the assembly polls slated later this year. Raghuvanshi resigned from the primary membership of the BJP on August 31. In his resignation letter, running into two pages, the MLA alleged corrup- tion and factionalism in the BJP. ‘India vs Bharat’ controversy “BHARAT MATA KI JAI” Amitabh Bachchan tweets amid row Support pours in from several quarters for Bharat ANI Mumbai Amid the ongoing con- troversy over using ‘Bharat’ instead of ‘In- dia’, legendary actorAm- itabh Bachchan’s latest tweet has caught the eye- balls of all the fans. On Tuesday, taking to X (formerly known as Twitter), Amitabh wrote in Hindi, “Bharat Mata Ki Jai.” As his tweet came dur- ing the India-Bharat row, it seems like Big B has just showcased his sup- port in favour of India’s name change. Soon after Amitabh shared the tweet, several fans lauded the actor for his support. Mini-India to come alive at G20 Int’l Centre: Thakur PTI New Delhi A mini-India will come alive at the massive In- ternational Media Cen- tre set up in the Bharat Mandapam complex here which will host the G20 Leaders' Summit later this week. IB Minister Anurag Thakur on Tuesday reviewed the preparations at the me- dia site which will be the nerve centre for broad- casting the proceedings of the G20 meetings to the world. The media centre will host all do- mestic and international media delegates who will be in the national capital for coverage of the G20 Summit. Union Minister Anurag Thakur inspects a G20 summit venue. z Public Tech Platform (PTP) for Frictionless Credit z Central Bank Digital Currency z RuPay On-The-Go z Digital Payments Initia- tives z BBPS (Bharat Bill Pay- ment System) cross border bill payment. At the RBI exhibition pavilion at the G20 summit, following 5 items will be showcased and put up for live demonstration THAKUR INSPECTS G20 PREPARATIONS As preparation for the G20 Summit is gear- ing up in the national capital, Union Information and Broadcast (IB) Minister Anurag Thakur inspected the International Media Centre at the India Trade Promotion Or- ganisation (ITPO) complex on Tuesday. Thakur said hosting the G20 is a prestigious mo- ment for India. WE SHOULD RESPECT OTHER’S RELIGION: ARVIND KEJRIWAL New Delhi: Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday, while commenting on Tamil Nadu minister Udhayanidhi Stalin’s remark on Sanatan Dharma that sparked a widespread controversy, said “we should respect other’s religion”. Udhayanidhi, a TN minister and son of CM MK Stalin, on Saturday said that “Sanatan Dharma has to be eradicated just like mosquitoes, malaria, dengue, and corona.” Cong Parliamentary Group meets to discuss issues for Parl’s spl session Union Minister Arjun Munda hits out TN Minister Udhayanidhi Stalin Row over Sanatan Dharma remarks Shashi Tharoor, Salman Khurshid, Abhishek Singhvi, Pramod Tiwari after Congress Parliamentary meet at Sonia Gandhi’s residence. Union Minister Arjun Munda DEFENCE MINISTER’S DISCOURSE India pioneer in principles of liberty, fraternity world peace: Rajnath First India Bureau New Delhi ndian knowl- edge tradition is one of the oldest in the world and it pro- fesses the principles of liberty, equality, fraternity, and world peace. Defence Minister Rajnath Singh saidwhiledeliveringalec- ture on ‘Indian Knowl- edge Tradition and Best Life Values laid down in Vedas’organised at Delhi Universityontheoccasion ofthe200thanniversaryof Maharshi Dayanand Sar- aswati on Tuesday. He underlined the fact that the Vedas contain so- lutionstomanychallenges facedbytheworld,includ- ing climate change. He said the Vedas emphasise worshiping nature and practices such as environ- ment conservation and af- forestation. “The most prominentaspectofVedas is its longevity, i.e., it is Sanatan, however, there is a section which is attack- ing Vedas and its values. Such efforts can prove to be futile,” he said. Mentioning that de- mocracy is often consid- ered a system of govern- ance given to the world by the West, the Minister stressed that the roots of democratic values are found in the Vedic peri- od, where representative systems like ‘Sabha’ and ‘Samiti’ existed. Singh said the Vedic period was the period of women’s empowerment as women enjoyed the same rights as men. There are many exam- ples of such women from the Vedic period who have contributed to the Indian knowledge tradi- tion, he added. I Defence Minister Rajnath Singh unveils statue of Arya Samaj founder Dayananda Saraswati, at Hansraj College in New Delhi on Tuesday. ANI Rajnath Singh addresses the gathering at Hansraj College. ANI OUR COUNTRY WAS BHARAT AND WILL ALWAYS REMAIN BHARAT: MoS New Delhi: Union minister Rajeev Chandrasekhar on Tuesday said that “our country’s name is Bharat and there should be no doubt about it”. The minister’s com- ments come against the backdrop of Opposition parties alleging that the government was trying to change the name of the country from India to Bharat. A G20 dinner invite in the name of ‘President of Bharat’ has gone viral on social media. “Our country is Bharat and there should be no doubt about it,” Chandrasekhar said.
  • 8. RAJASTHAN PREMIER LEAGUE Jaipur beat Kota, reach qualifier round First India Bureau Jaipur n the 14th match of RPL organised by RCAat Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur Indians defeated Jaanbaaz Kota Challengers by 28 runs. Jaipur Indians captain Shubham Gaharwal won the toss and decided to bat first. Batting first, Jaipur Indians were all out after scoring 135 runs in 19 overs and 3 balls. For Jaipur Indians, Shubham Gaharwal played a stormy inning of 68 runs by hitting 7 sixes and 3 fours in 38 balls, while Mukesh Godara scored 24 runs in 20 balls. Divya Gajraj from Jaipur Indians scored 7 runs in 8 balls, Sumit Godara 6 runs in 8 balls, Mukal Chaudhary 3 runs in 17 balls, Cap- tain Shubham Gaharwal 68 runs in 38 balls, Mukesh Godara 24 runs in 20 balls, Kapil Chaud- hary 13 runs in 13 balls, Vishal Godara 6 runs in 5 balls, Rohit Khechar 0 runs in 1 ball, Anas Ma- lik 1 run in 3 balls, Ashok Sharma 2 runs in 2 balls, and Savya Gajraj remained unbeaten in 0 runs on 2 balls. In the ceremony after the match, Man of the Match was given to Shubham Gaharwal by Pradeep Nagar Secretary of District Cricket Asso- ciation Dausa. Stylish Player of the Match award was given to Rohit Suthar by Dharamveer Singh Sec- retary Pali. The players of Jaipur Indians (Left Center) and Jaanbaaz Kota Challengers (Right) during their Rajasthan Premier League match at Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur on Tuesday. I NEWS 07 www.firstindia.co.in firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur thefirstindia thefirstindia thefirstindia Jaipur, Wednesday | September 6, 2023 कारायालर नगर पररषद हिण्डौन सिटी सिला करडौली (राि.) क्रमांक:- 15268 दिनांक: 05/09/2023 - : आपत्ति सूचना :- सर्वसाधारण को सूदित दकया जाता है दक नीिे रदण्वत आरेिकों ने अपनी खातेिारी की भूदम में से जररये इकरारनामा द्ारा भूदम का क्ररेताओं द्ारा दनमांदकत रदण्वत भूदम का 69-A/स्टे् ग्ाण्/90-ए/90-बी आरासीय पट््ा/वयरसादयक/ फाम्व हाउस पट््ा िाहा गया है दजनका दरररण दनम प्रकार है। क्र. सं. आवेदक का नाम व पता खसरा नम्बर क्ेत्रफल (वर्गरज) राजसव रांव 1 श्ी सतीश िनि गुपता पुत्र श्ी रमेश िनि गुपता दनरासी एम.एम. को््ट रोड, दहणडडौन दस्ी 10311/1376 र 10308/13669 2173.26 दहणडडौन 2 श्ी अदमत कुमार गुपता पुत्र श्ी रमेश िनि गुपता दनरासी एम.एम. को््ट रोड, दहणडडौन दस्ी 10311/1376 र 10308/13669 2119.79 दहणडडौन 3 श्ी रामदसंह जा्र, हररमोहन जा्र पुत्र श्ी गंगाराम जा्र दनरासी बडी बाखर जा्र बसती, दहणडडौन 6558 32.08 दहणडडौन 4 श्ी साबुद्ीन पुत्र श्ी इमामी दनरासी तुलसीपुरा, दहणडडौन 6558 63.32 दहणडडौन 5 श्ी दशमभूियाल पुत्र श्ी बुद्ाराम दनरासी शाहगंज, दहणडडौन 6558 101.17 दहणडडौन 6 श्ी दिनेश पुत्र श्ी नत्ीलाल दनरासी बसरारा पाडा, दहणडडौन 6558 48.34 दहणडडौन 7 श्ीमदत सादरत्री पत्ी श्ी सररूप नारायण दनरासी बरपाडा, दहणडडौन 6558 345.27 दहणडडौन 8 श्ी पुरूषोत्तम सोनी पुत्र श्ी सोनपाल, कुंजदबहारी सोनी पुत्र श्ी द्ारका प्रसाि, श्ी अजय सोनी पुत्र श्ी मुकु् दबहारी दनरासी करेशरपुरा, दहणडडौन 6558 59.58 दहणडडौन 9 श्ी कुलिीप शमा्व पुत्र श्ी रामियाल दनरासी बरपाडा, दहणडडौन 6558 274.47 दहणडडौन 10 श्ी जुममा पुत्र श्ी मंगल दनरासी काजी पाडा, दहणडडौन 6558 97.11 दहणडडौन 11 श्ीमदत दनम्वला पत्ी श्ी मिन मोहन दनरासी सूरज कॉलोनी, दहणडडौन 5708 400.00 दहणडडौन 12 श्ीमदत दरद्ा िेरी पत्ी श्ी ओमप्रकाश दनरासी को््ट पाडा, दहणडडौन 6558 375.54 दहणडडौन 13 श्ी सुरेनद्र, राजेश दपसरान हररिरण दनरासी करेशरपुरा, दहणडडौन 6558 289.66 दहणडडौन 14 श्ी सुरेनद्र अग्राल पुत्र श्ी हररिरण लाल दनरासी मोहन नगर, दहणडडौन 6558 14.13 दहणडडौन 15 श्ीमदत सादरत्री पत्ी श्ी राजेनद्र दनरासी जा्र बसती, दहणडडौन 6558 32.4 दहणडडौन 16 श्ी रज्ो पुत्र श्ी बबबू दनरासी कछराया पाडा, दहणडडौन 6558 44.44 दहणडडौन 17 श्ी हारूण पठान पुत्र श्ी बुनिु खांन दनरासी बयादनया पाडा, दहणडडौन 6558 67.76 दहणडडौन 18 श्ी मंगती पुत्र श्ी रामजीलाल दनरासी माली पाडा करेशरपुरा, दहणडडौन 6558 100.50 दहणडडौन 19 श्ी िाँि खां मदनहार पुत्र श्ी अबिुल रहमान दनरासी बरपाडा, दहणडडौन 6558 42.48 दहणडडौन 20 श्ीमदत रदजया बानो पत्ी श्ी दबनिु खान दनरासी कछराया पाडा, दहणडडौन 6558 17.34 दहणडडौन 21 श्ी मडौहममि इकबाल उफ्फ कलुरा पुत्र श्ी अबिुल मजीि दनरासी शाहगंज, दहणडडौन 6558 337.16 दहणडडौन 22 श्ी मडौहममि युनुस पुत्र श्ी नूर इसमाइल दनरासी िडौपडा कुंआ, दहणडडौन 6558 107.22 दहणडडौन 23 श्ीमदत सायरा बानो पत्ी श्ी मडौहममि रफीक दनरासी दबजली खाँ का िडौक, दहणडडौन 6558 19.35 दहणडडौन 24 श्ी मडौहममि रफीका पुत्र श्ी अललारकश दनरासी कछराया पाडा, दहणडडौन 6558 151.58 दहणडडौन 25 श्ी हरकरेश जा्र पुत्र श्ी होरी लाल जा्र दनरासी जगरराल हॉसपी्ल करे पास, दहणडडौन 6337 177.77 दहणडडौन 26 श्ी नरेश शमा्व पुत्र श्ी िामोिर दनरासी सती नगर मणडाररा रोड, दहणडडौन 2444 92.67 दहणडडौन 27 श्ीमदत अदनता पत्ी श्ी नरेश दनरासी सती नगर मणडाररा रोड, दहणडडौन 2444 84.72 दहणडडौन 28 श्ी रामेशरर लाल पुत्र श्ी धन्ा लाल सोनी दनरासी कृषणा कॉलोनी, दहणडडौन 5852 200.00 दहणडडौन 29 श्ीमदत पूनम गडौड पत्ी श्ी िनद्रप्रकाश दनरासी बरगमा रोड, दहणडडौन 5769 123.02 दहणडडौन 30 श्ी हरेश गुपता पुत्र श्ी घनशयाम िास दनरासी दहणडडौन 6467 189.11 दहणडडौन 31 श्ी अमृत दसंह पुत्र श्ी श्ीलाल दनरासी नादहडा, महरा 1686 333.33 दहणडडौन 32 श्ी अमृत दसंह पुत्र श्ी श्ीलाल दनरासी नादहडा, महरा 1833 266.66 दहणडडौन 33 श्ी राधेशयाम पुत्र श्ी जगन्ा् दनरासी हजररया की कोठी, दहणडडौन 619 559.11 दहणडडौन 34 श्ी फैली राम पुत्र श्ी सोनपाल दनरासी खन्ा कॉलोनी, दहणडडौन 1558 266.66 दहणडडौन 35 श्ी संतोष गोयल पुत्र श्ी राधेशयाम गोयल दनरासी हाईसककूल करे पीछटे, दहणडडौन 6516 177.33 दहणडडौन 36 श्ी राहुल गोयल पुत्र श्ी संतोष गोयल दनरासी हाईसककूल करे पीछटे, दहणडडौन 6515 58.33 दहणडडौन अत: दजस दकसी वयककत को उकत खसरा नमबर में पट््ा जारी करने में दकसी प्रकार की आपदत्त हो तो 07 दिरस में पररषि में उपकस्त होकर दलदखत रूप में पेश कर सकते हैं अनिर अरदध में अापदत्त पेश नहीं होने पर आरेिनकता्व को दनयमानुसार पट्ा जारी करने की काय्वराही की जारेगी। इसकरे पशिात् कोई भी आपदत्त नहीं सुनी जारेगी। सूदित रहें। आयुकत नरर पररषद त्िण्डौन PTI Beijing China on Tuesday said it has supported India in hosting this year’s G20 Summit and it’s ready to work with all parties to push for the success of the high-profile global conference in New Delhi this week. Asked whether the de- cision to send the Pre- mier instead of the Presi- dent to India reflect ten- sions between the two countries, foreign minis- try spokesperson Mao Ning at a regular briefing Tuesday said that China- India relations have been stable on the whole and the two sides have “maintained dialogue and communication at various levels”. Without mentioning the boundary dispute, she said, “the continued im- provement and growth of China-India relations serves the common inter- ests of the two countries and two peoples. We stand ready to work with India to further improve and advance bilateral re- lations.” On the G20 summit, the spokesperson said China always attaches high importance to the grouping and actively participates in relevant activities. “We support India in hostingthisyear’ssummit and stand ready to work with all parties to make the G20 Summit a suc- cess,” she said on the con- ference to be held in New Delhi on September 9-10. China to support India during G20 Summit after Prez skips l Ready to work with all parties for success of G20 Summit hosted by India, says China l Despite Xi’s decision not to attend G20, China says bilateral ties are ‘generally stable’ Delegates during the G20 Pre-Summit Finance Central Bank Deputies Meeting, in New Delhi, Tuesday. Agencies Washington North Korean leader Kim Jong Un expects to make a rare trip abroad to meet with President Vladimir Putin in Russia to discuss providing arms to Mos- cow for its war in Ukraine, the United States said Monday. Ukraine is pushing a highly-scrutinised coun- teroffensive in both the south and east that Putin on Monday dismissed as a failure, though Moscow appears eager to urgently secure more military sup- plies to bolster its forces. The White House’s National Security Coun- cil (NSC) spokeswoman Adrienne Watson said that “arms negotiations between Russia and the DPRK are actively ad- vancing,” using an acro- nym for North Korea. “We have information that Kim Jong Un ex- pects these discussions to continue, to include lead- er-level diplomatic en- gagement in Russia,” she added. The United States last week warned that Russia was already in se- cret talks with the North to acquire a range of mu- nitions and supplies for Moscow’s war effort. z US President Joe Biden is scheduled to visit India from September 7th to September 10th. z China spokesperson announced that Premier of the State Council Li Qiang will represent China. z The UK Prime Minister, Rishi Sunak, is set to participate in the summit. z French President Emmanuel Macron will travel to Delhi to participate in the G20 Summit. z Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov will represent the country at the summit. z The South Korean President, Yoon Suk Yeol, is scheduled to participate in the G20 Summit. z Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has also confirmed his visit to G20 Summit. z Australian PM Anthony Albanese’s trip to India is a component of his broader three-nation tour. z Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is also confirmed to participate in the summit. z Additionally, Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will be present at the summit. z Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky, Russian President Vladimir Putin and China’s President Xi Jinping will be absent from the New Delhi summit z Additionally, the summit will see the participation of some “guest countries,” like Netherlands, Singapore, Spain, the UAE, Oman, Egypt, Mauritius, Nigeria. THE ATTENDEES AND ABSENTEES OF G20 Kim Jong Un set for arms deal talks with Putin in Russia: US China expresses support for global event’s success in New Delhi this week North Korean leader Kim Jong Un Russia President Vladimir Putin. Russia warned that it would consider US moving nuclear weapons to the UK UKRAINE LOST OVER 66K MILITARY, 7,600 WEAPONS 40 FLIGHTS DELAYED, 2 MORE CANCELED AT MOSCOW AIRPORTS CUBA UNCOVERS HUMAN TRAFFICKING FOR RUSSIA’S WAR, SAYS ITS CITIZENS WERE LURED Kyiv: Ukrainian troops have lost more than 66,000 military and 7,600 weapons since the beginning of the counter- offensive, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said on Tuesday. “Since the beginning of the so-called offensive, enemy losses have exceeded 66,000 people and 7,600 weapons,” he said. Russian air defence systems have shot down 159 HIMARS rockets, over 1,000 unmanned aerial vehicles and 13 cruise missiles over the past month, he added. Moscow: Around 40 flights were delayed at Moscow airports of Vnukovo, Domodedovo and Sheremetyevo on Tuesday amid information about attempted drone strikes in Russia, ac- cording to the schedule service of the Russian IT giant Yandex. Earlier in the day, Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin said that Russian air defense forces had destroyed drones in the Kaluga and Moscow regions that were trying to attack Moscow overnight. Havana: Cuba has uncovered a human trafficking ring that has coerced its citizens to fight for Russia in the war in Ukraine, its foreign ministry said, adding that Cuban authorities were working to “neutral- ize and dismantle” the network. The Cuban government said it had begun criminal proceedings against a “traffick- ing network” that had been recruiting its citizens in both Russia and Cuba for Russia’s armed forces. The Russian government has not commented on the allegations. WBPrez@ASEANSummit World Bank President Ajay Banga attends the plenary session at the Association of the Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Summit in Jakarta, Indonesia, on Tuesday. California highway named after Indian-origin officer killed in line of duty in the United States Teen dies hours after attempting the TikTok ‘Spicy Chip Challenge’ in the United States California: The US state of California has named a highway stretch after 33-year-old Indian-origin police officer Ronil Singh, who was shot dead by an “illegal immigrant” while conducting a traffic stop back in 2018. The stretch of Highway 33 in Newman was dedicated to Ronil Singh. A signage proclaiming the ‘Corporal Ronil Singh Memorial Highway’ was unveiled at Highway on Sept 3. New York: A 14-year-old boy tragically died after attempting a viral TikTok trend, as per his family. Harris Wolobah died, hours after he took part in the “One Chip Challenge”- which encourages viewers to munch on supposedly one of the spiciest tortilla chips in the world and film themselves having it to document how long they can go on eating it without drinking or eating anything for relief. Indian teen dies on unchaperoned school trip: Report Singapore: Parents have been asking for a review of guidelines on overseas excursions from a top school in Singapore after a 17-year-old Indian student died in June during one such trip to Cambodia. Indian-origin rapper jailed in Singapore for racial posts Singapore: Subhas Nair, an Indian-origin Singaporean rapper, was on Tuesday sentenced to a six-week jail term for attempting to promote ill will among racial and religious groups through online posts. CRUCIAL READ PTI Colombo The Asian Cricket Council (ACC) on Tues- day decided to keep the Asia Cup Super 4 and final matches in Colom- bo itself as the weather in the Sri Lankan capital has shown signs of im- provement. It has been speculated over the last few days that the Super 4 and final games of the Asia Cup could be shifted to Ham- bantota after heavy rains lashed Colombo. The PTI has been in- formed that theACC held parleys with Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC), hosts Pa- kistan Cricket Board (PCB) and the official broadcaster before arriv- ing at the decision to keep the matches in Co- lombo itself. Agencies Jakarta Leaders from members of the Association of Southeast Asian Na- tions kicked off summit meetings on Tuesday in Jakarta, testing the 10-nation bloc’s ability to respond quickly dur- ing crises amid escalat- ing U.S.-China tension and territorial disputes in the South China Sea. Indonesian President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo, this year’s chair of the bloc, said that future challenges are “getting tougher” amid geopo- litical tensions. Asia Cup 2023: Super Four, final matches to stay in Colombo ASEANsummitbeginsasChina’s newterritorialmapfuelstensions
  • 9. Bhanwar S Charan Kota A felicitation ceremony for retired personnel was organised at Dussehra ground in Kota on Tues- day. V-P Jagdeep Dhankhar, LS Speaker Om Birla and Union Par- liamentaryAffairs Minis- ter Pralhad Joshi were also present. Teachers and pensioners were fe- licitated with beads and rudraksh garlands and tilak.Addressing the pro- gramme, Dhankhar de- scribed Om Birla as a strong player of politics. “Kota is the future of In- dia. Thousands of youth come to Kota to build their future. These youth will take India to new heights in 2047. When we would be celebrating 100 years of independ- ence. It will be a matter of pride for all,” he said. Addressing the cere- mony, Om Birla praised the work of pensioners and retired people and said that with their coop- eration, the new genera- tion will get guidance. Pralhad Joshi said that LS Speaker and V- P are like teachers as they han- dle tension in Houses. Bharat Dixit and Kapil Sharma Gogamedi (Hanumangarh) Union Road and Trans- port Minister Nitin Gad- kari on Tuesday said that the network of National Highways in Rajasthan has increased 4 times. “Good roads are being built. Airplanes are land- ing on NHs of Raj. Wher- ever there is develop- ment of water, road, elec- tricity and communica- tion, there will be indus- tries and employment. We approved as many letters as Yunus Khan gave for road construc- tion,” he said. “Now our farmer will not be the only food pro- vider. Our farmer will be an energy giver,” he said. BJP State President CP Joshi said that Ge- hlot government is re- sponsible for the farm- ers who died by suicide due to debt. Leader of Opposition, Rajendra Rathore said “Women are being paraded naked. Atrocities on women and youth are the prod- uct of this government,” he said. Bhanwar S Charan Kota UDH Minister Shanti Dhariwal on Tuesday, in- formed that the decision to provide land to the Airport Authority of In- dia for Kota airport has been successfully exe- cuted by UIT Kota and the required funds for land diversion has been given to the Forest De- partment. The Minister said that in 2019, the Centre through the AAI had re- quested land for Green Airport in Kota. The State govt agreed and after 7 months, a four-member team of the AAI assessed the feasi- bility and demanded 1346 hectares of land on Chittorgarh-Jaipur road. He said that Jaipur Air- port occupies 300 hec- tares, Udaipur 200 hec- tares, and Kishangarh 300 hectares. The nego- tiation process between the state government and the airport authority led to a reduction in land de- mand. Naresh Sharma Jaipur CM Ashok Gehlot in his address during the state level Teachers’ Felicita- tion Ceremony held at Birla Auditorium on Teachers’Day, said, “The issueofGrade-IIIteachers is very big. Therefore I wouldlikethecooperation of all of you. This is a big problem. Suppose if the governmenttransferseven Rs 20 or 30,000 before polls.Ifyoupeoplewillbe happywiththatthenthatis wrong. Because without policy, transfer shouldn’t take place.” He said that transfer policy exists in Gujarat and Maharashtra. “I have also told Kalla ji. You should study this policy carefully. Even after this, there are problems like cancer, kidney patients, disabled teacher, then look into such cases and transfer them soon. The rest of the policy should be made,” he said. Dr BD Kalla says he doesn’t want Edu Dept. Still, I gave the depart- ment to him. He is the expert of this Depart- ment. He has become Education Minister four times,” the CM said. TALES OF BUREAUCRACY Major reshuffle:Govt transfers 12 RAS officers Dr Rituraj Sharma Jaipur RAS officers were trans- ferred in Ra- jasthan on Tuesday. The Department of Personnel issued the transfer orders. Vishnu Kumar Goyal- I has been put under await- ing posting orders status, while the prior transfer of Anjana Sehrawat and Binu Deval has been can- celled. The reshuffle also saw the transfer and posting of six SDOs, with Guru- prasad Tevar and Ramlal getting SDO positions following their promo- tion from RTS to RAS. ADMs in Jhalawar and Dudu districts have been transferred. The Regis- trar at Sanskrit Universi- ty was also changed. In a separate order, the department suspended RAS officer Chetan Chauhan for failing to report to duty after trans- fer and ignoring official notices. Those who were trans- ferred are Bhanwarlal Mehrada, Naresh Kumar Maval, Dhirendra Singh, Akash Ranjan, Ravi Vi- jay, Parvat Singh Chun- dawat, Ratanlal Yogi, Manoj Kumar Verma, Pragati Asopa, Guru Prasad Tanwar, and Go- palram Banjara. 12 08 At all times in our life, we are in either one of the three stages- of action, intention or regret, Choose wisely as all have consequences. Dr Jagdeesh Chandra, CMD Editor-in-Chief THOUGHT OF THE DAY Postal Reg No. JPC/004/2022-24 Jaipur, Wednesday | September 6, 2023 www.firstindia.co.in firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur thefirstindia thefirstindia thefirstindia There’s no anti-incumbency in Rajasthan, our target is to win 156 seats: CM Gehlot KotayouthswilltakeIndiatonew heightsin2047,assertsDhankhar JDA under ‘influence’ , fails to raze illegal encroachment in city Network of NHs in State has increased 4 times: Gadkari z The CM inaugurated the Robotics labs established in 300 Mahatma Gandhi English medium schools of the State. z Mission Start programme and Rajasthan State Open School Comput- erization Programme for conducting e-classrooms in schools launched. z MoUs between Vedantu Innovation Pvt Ltd and Leadership Boulevard Pvt Ltd; Short video films based on dept’s innova- tions of were also show- cased in the programme. INNOVATIONS LAUNCHED CM Ashok Gehlot launches ‘School After School’ programme during the state-level ‘Teachers’ Felicitation Ceremony’ held at Birla Auditorium in Jaipur on Tuesday. Dr BD Kalla, RS Yadav, Dr Subhash Garg, Zahida Khan are seen. SANTOSH SHARMA Adopting change with times, is necessary. Understanding the importance of English language in today’s day age, State government has opened MG English Medium Schools in Rajasthan. Presently, more than 6 lakh students are studying in these schools. ASHOK GEHLOT, CHIEF MINISTER Jagdeep Dhankhar Dr Sudesh Dhankhar being welcomed by presenting them a ‘Dupatta’ during their visit to the famous Kalyanrai Temple in Diggi village in Tonk district on Tuesday. Sukhbir S Jaunapuriya, Saroj Bansal, KL Chaudhary, AS Mehta, Sonia Soni others were present. Jagdeep Dhankhar, Om Birla and Pralhad Joshi felicitate teachers and retired personalities in Kota on Tuesday. Nitin Gadkari flags off BJP’s ‘Parivartan Sankalp Yatra’ from Gogamedi in Hanumangarh on Tuesday. CP Joshi, Vasundhara Raje, Rajendra Rathore others were present. UDH Minister Shanti Dhariwal said that in 2019, the Centre through the AAI had requested land for Green Airport in Kota. Land and funds for Kota Green Field Airport cleared: Dhariwal Jaipur: The Government suspended RAS officer Chetan Chauhan, who became a centre of contro- versies during his Dholpur tenure. Chauhan’s wife had written a complaint to the CM of his illegal relations with another woman. A case was registered in Jodhpur and a case is also registered in POCSO court of Dholpur. She has locked herself in a room in Dholpur and warned of suicide. In the past, even after the orders of DoP, Chau- han did not join at the place of transfer. 8 RAS including Chauhan are to appear before the Medical Board. They sought exemption from joining on the grounds of being medically unfit. Anjana Sehrawat, Durga Shankar Meena, Rajpal Singh, Anshul Singh, Chetan Chauhan, Shefali Kushwaha, Vishnu Kumar Goyal, and Dhirendra Singh will have to appear before the medical board. Former CM Vasundhara Raje while addressing at the launch of 4th Parivartan Sankalp Yatra said that on one hand, PM Narendra Modi is doubling the income of farmers on the other hand, CM Ashok Gehlot is forcing farmers to die by suicide. More than 4 dozen farmers have died by suicide here so far. “We started the work of consolidation, fortification and other processes for farmers in Siddhmukh canal system, but this govt stopped it. We stopped water theft but now water is being sold at the rate of Rs 1,200 per hour to Haryana,” she said. Now time has come to remove Gehlot govt and form BJP govt. CM said, “I know there is a lot of burden on teach- ers. Your job is only to read. Despite that, you are also given a lot of other work. That shouldn’t be given. If we get a chance, we will take a decision on this also. We want teachers to do less work just be teach- ers. Other people should do remaining work. If our govt is formed again then I promise to decide on the same.” GOVERNMENT SUSPENDS RAS CHETAN CHAUHAN TIME HAS COME TO FORM BJP GOVT, SAYS RAJE WE WANT TEACHERS TO DO LESS WORK: CM First India Bureau Jaipur NDTV’s regional chan- nel NDTV Rajasthan was launched on Tues- dayinJaipur. CMAshok Gehlot spoke openly on ‘One Nation, One Elec- tion,’ achievements of Raj govt along with oth- erissues.Duringthis,the CM expressed confi- dence that this time the customs, not the rule, will change in Raj. He stressed that Congress will come to power again. In response to a query, he said that BJP should know who it is against. Regarding Raj politics and toppling Congressgovt,CMsaid, “Despite all their efforts, they could not topple the govt. There is a fire in the hearts of Amit Shah ji and his team regarding this matter. They are campaigning, targeting Raj. Modi ji’s name will not work in Raj.There is no anti-incumbency in Raj, our target is to win 156 seats.” On the issue ofOneNationOneElec- tion, CM Gehlot said, “Right now the govt is flouting traditions. This is not good for democ- racy.” Former CM Vasund- hara Raje participated in the launching ceremony and congratulated the management of NDTV. CEO and Editor-in- Chief of Bharat24-Vi- sion of New India, and CMD and Editor-in- Chief First India News and First India, Dr Jagdeesh Chandra; CEO and Managing Editor of First India News and First India, PawanArora also participated and congratulated NDTV CEO and Editor-in- Chief Sanjay Pugalia for the launch of the new channel. BJP President CP Joshi, Lakshyaraj Singh Mewar, Rajiv Arora, Piyush Pandey, educationist Anand Ku- mar, Rajyogini BK Su- shma,OlympianShagun Chowdhary, Krishna Poonia, Bina Kak, actor Ayushmann Khurrana, sr journalist Anil Lodha political journalis- tic personalities were present. Roleofteacherscrucialin realisingMission-2030:CM CM Ashok Gehlot interacts with NDTV CEO Editor-in-Chief Sanjay Pugalia at launch of NDTV Rajasthan at Jaipur Marriott Hotel on Tuesday. MUKESH KIRADOO CM Ashok Gehlot being greeted by Dr Jagdeesh Chandra during the event. Also seen are Pawan Arora, Piyush Pandey, Ayushmann Khurrana at Jaipur Mariott Hotel on Tuesday. Vasundhara Raje addresses during the launch of NDTV Rajasthan. l CM honours 149 teachers from 50 districts in the ceremony unveils the booklet ‘Shikshak Samman’ l The CM also honours six players who won gold medals in individual events in the 66th National School Tournament held in Bhopal Abhishek Shrivastava Jaipur It seems that the Jaipur Development Authority (JDA) has bowed down, before ‘influential indi- viduals’, in the matter of removing illegal en- croachment from its own land! The case is of valuable land located at Lal Kothi. This case of 1,341 square mete land will probably be the first one in which action to remove encroach- ment was proposed 3 times. But JDA post- poned the action at the last moment. This action was pro- posed on July 27,August 4 and August 26 but due to high influence, the ac- tion had to be postponed. Whereas, this en- croachment is a major hurdle in the Laxmi Mandir Tiraha under- pass project. This en- croachment is on the corner of underpass en- trance on Sahakar Marg and fruit shop, dhaba and other shops have en- croached on the said land. If the encroachment is not removed from the land, then there will al- ways be apprehension. There is also a possibil- ity of accident from ve- hicles going to under- pass and a smooth curve will not be available for vehicles to turn!
  • 10. Glamour | Fashion | Bollywood | Hollywood | Lifestyle A SPECTACULAR HOME COMING onal Kukreja, the newly crowned 25- year-old queen, LIVA Miss Diva Supranational 2023, received a warm reception on Tuesday upon her arrival in the capital city. P11 S 09 firstindia.co.in firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur thefirstindia thefirstindia thefirstindia he welcome cere- mony of Mrs Ra- jasthan 2023, a star-studdedaffair, introduced the top finalists for the coveted title on Monday. The final- ists, includingAnshu Kumari Shar- ma, Richa Kulshrestha, Bhavana Sharma, and many others, were un- veiled amidst great anticipation. On the inaugural day, directors and organisers, Yogesh Mishra and Nimisha Mishra, left no stone unturned to set the stage for an inspiring journey. Re- nowned choreographer Shahrukh Khan, the official choreographer of Catwalk Workshop Mrs Rajasthan, conducted a captivating session on posing and walking techniques for the contestants. Pawan Goyal, a notable social workerandmotivationalspeaker, ledaconfidence-boostingwork- shop for the women, empower- ingthemtoembracetheirinner strength. Yogesh Mishra himself conducted a motivational class, instilling the con- testants with the deter- mination to strive for success. Looking ahead, Sanjeev Barot, the direc- tor, announced e x c i t i n g events for the up- coming d a y s . The talent round, set to take place at Hotel Grand Safari, will give the top finalists a platform to showcase their unique skills and abilities. Fashion photographer Vasu Jain will capture their talent and beauty throughacaptivatingphotosession. The journey continued with the “Photogenic Round,” where the finalist models dazzled in designer gowns, capturing their exquisite beauty through the lens. Day two saw the spotlight shift to the talent round, where the top 20 finalists displayed their remarkable skills, ranging from singing and dancing to acting and beyond.The program commenced with the lighting of the lamp by esteemed chief guests, including Pawan Goyal, DrArvind Agarwal, Dev Sain, Ajay Singh Meena, and Mrs Rajasthan Event Guru Arshad Hussain. During the talent round, participants show- cased their versatile skills, encom- passing dance, song, anchoring, acting, and even mimicry. In this enthralling phase of grooming, the organisers empha- sised capturing diverse looks through a western-themed photo- shoot, brilliantly executed byVasu Jain. Style Ocean’s director, Dev Sain, showcased the models’trans- formations in line with theWestern theme. The program also featured a motivational session led by Sa- fari Group Chairman and social worker Pawan Goyal, reinforcing the contestants’ self-belief. As the pageant continues to unfold, the grand finale is eagerly awaited on September 9 at the Arya College Auditorium, Ajmer Road. The event promises the presence of renowned fashion personalities and a dazzling display of Kritika Soni’s designer collection. Empowermentin Spotlight The grand spectacle of Mrs Rajasthan 2023, commenced with an extravagant welcome ceremony on its first day on Monday, followed by a photogenic round under training and grooming session. Organised by Fusion Group in collaboration with Grand Safari, the event promises to be a remarkable showcase of beauty, talent, and empowerment! Mitali Dusad mitalidusad01@gmail.com T Clockwise: Shweta Sharma, Richa Kulshrestha, Megha Sharma, Tripti Bardia and Saroj Goswami (L-R) Varsha, Monika, Kiran, Megha, Pratibha, Tanushree, Sweta, Anushka, Smita, Bhavna, Priti, Anshu, Monalisa, Priyanka (Below) Taniya, Richa, Seema, Tripti, Usha and Saroj SUNIL SHARMA JAIPUR, WEDNESDAY | SEPTEMBER 6, 2023