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RAJENG/2019/77764
Vol 4 l Issue No. 314
Pages 12 l `3.00
APRIL, 2023
SATURDAY
JAIPUR
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CELEBRATING EID-UL-FITR WITH
RELIGIOUS FERVOUR TODAY
P2 New Delhi: India Union Muslim League (IUML) state
prez Sayyid Sadiq Ali Shihab Thangal confirmed that
the crescent moon was not sighted on Thursday and
therefore, Eid would be celebrated on Saturday.
No one should make statements that harm the party: CM Gehlot in Delhi
Ashvini Yadav
New Delhi: Talking to
the media in Delhi, on
the statements of for-
mer Deputy Chief Min-
ister Sachin Pilot, Chief
Minister Ashok Gehlot
said that no one should
make statements that
harm the party. “If
there is a little loss to
you, then the high com-
mand will compensate,
but how will the loss of
the party be compen-
sated? That’s why no
such work should be
done which will harm
the party,” Gehlot said.
Gehlot reached Del-
hi in a special plane,
along with Congress
leaders Pukhraj Par-
ashar and Pawan
Godara. Gehlot was re-
ceived at the airport by
Dheeraj Srivastava.
“Inflation relief
camps will provide fa-
cilities to people. Camps
are being organized for
peopletotakeadvantage
of govt schemes. These
camps will continue for
2 months. From April 1,
cylinder is being provid-
ed for mere Rs 500. Even
if someone registers in
May itself, they will get
cylinder for April also,”
he said. On issue sur-
rounding Rahul, Gehlot
said, “’There was no
hearing in this case for 4
years. The people of
State are praising govt
schemes.Wehavetalked
to over 100 MLAs also
and everyone appreciat-
ed work of govt in feed-
back program,” he said.
Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, Pukhraj Parashar and Pawan Godara
reach New Delhi in a special plane on Friday.
As Indians send SOS from Sudan...
PM MODI CALLS FOR QUICK
EVACUATION PLANS
Narendra Modi reviews security situation in Sudan; Jaishankar, Kwatra in attendance
Moni Sharma
New Delhi/Khartoum:
Prime Minister Naren-
dra Modi held a high-
level meeting on Friday
to review the security
situation in Sudan via
video-conferencing, ask-
ing officials to prepare
contingency evacuation
plansforIndiansstrand-
ed in the country
.
External Affairs Min-
ister S Jaishankar, Na-
tional Security Advisor
Ajit Doval, Ambassador
of India to Sudan Ravin-
dra Prasad Jaiswal and
several other senior of-
ficials were present at
the meeting. Modi in-
structed officials to re-
main vigilant, closely
monitoring develop-
ments and continuously
evaluating the safety of
Indian nationals in Su-
dan and extending them
all possible assistance.
Prime Minister Nar-
endra Modi also empha-
sised the importance of
maintaining close com-
munication with neigh-
bouring countries in
the region. During the
day, Jaishankar also
discussed worsening
situation in Sudan with
UN Secretary-General
Antonio Guterres.
MODI STRESSES
OVER SAFETY OF
3,000 INDIANS
UK PM SUNAK ACCEPTS DY RAAB’S
RESIGNATION WITH ‘GREAT SADNESS’
CIVIL SERVANTS PLAY IMPORTANT ROLE IN
RAPID DEVELOPMENT OF NEW INDIA: MODI
PM Narendra Modi as-
sessed the most recent
developments in Sudan
and received a first-hand
report of the conditions
on the ground, with spe-
cific focus on the safety
of over 3,000 Indian
citizens presently located
throughout the country, a
govt statement said. Modi
also instructed officials to
continuously evaluate the
safety of Indian nationals
and extend them best aid.
British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak said on Friday that
he had accepted his deputy Dominic Raab’s resigna-
tion with “great sadness” after Raab left government
following the conclusion of an inquiry into claims he
bullied colleagues.
On 16th Civil Services Day, Prime Minister Narendra
Modi said, “India’s rapid development would not have
been possible without your (civil servants) active participa-
tion.” “During the Azadi Ka Amrit Kaal, the Yuva Karmayogi
Saathi civil servants will play the most important role for
development of a New India” he told officers.  More on P6
Prime Minister Narendra Modi chairs a high-level meeting to review the situation in war-torn Sudan,
in New Delhi on Friday. Also present here in the meeting virtually are Dr S Jaishankar, Vinay Mohan
Kwatra, Marshal Vivek Ram Chaudhari, Admiral R Hari Kumar and other officials.  —PHOTO BY PTI
PM Narendra Modi, Dr Jitendra Singh and Dr PK Mishra during
Valedictory Session and Awards Ceremony in Delhi on Friday.
UK deputy PM resigns
afterbullyingallegations
First India Bureau
London: UK deputy PM
Dominic Raab resigned
on Friday, a day after a
report was submitted
into bullying allega-
tions. Raab dismissed
the allegations in his
resignation letter and
said, “duty bound to ac-
cept the outcome of the
inquiry”.“Dismissedall
buttwoof theclaimslev-
elled against me,” he
added. Raab also denied
claims he belittled and
demeaned his staff and
said he “behaved profes-
sionallyatalltimes,”but
hadsaidhewouldresign
if the bullying com-
plaints were upheld.
Dominic Raab
Rishi Sunak
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Crucial
Crucial
My years as CMD of IA most
inspiring experience: Arora
HONOURING ELDERLY WOMAN
NIA team visits
Poonch terror
site, probe on
CBI summons ex-JK
Guv Satya Pal Malik
First India Bureau
Poonch: A team of NIA
visited Poonch in JK
on Friday
, where five In-
dianArmysoldierswere
killed in a terror attack
onThursday
.Therewere
five attackers, three of
them foreign terrorists,
involved in attack on
ArmyvehicleinPoonch,
as per sources. Army
personnelpaidtributeto
5 braves, Punjab CM an-
nounces `1 crore each
for kin of slain jawans
from State.  More on P6
First India Bureau
New Delhi:FormerJK
Governor Satya Pal Ma-
lik has been summoned
by the CBI for question-
ing on April 28 as a wit-
ness in a case of alleged
corruption by Reliance
General Insurance.
“I have exposed the
sins of some people by
speakingthetruth.May-
bethat’swhythecallhas
come. I am the son of a
farmer; I will not panic.
I stand by the truth,” he
tweeted after summons.
Sunil Arora addressing at ‘Chat  Chai’, an interactive session at
the DMA office, Indian Habitat Centre in New Delhi on Friday.
NADDA SLAMS CONGRESS FOR
MISLEADING KARNATAKA PEOPLE
Bidar: BJP Chief JP Nadda slammed Cong in Bidar
‘for misleading’ people of Karnataka by telling them
he had threatened that no central schemes would
come here if there was no “double engine” govt.
P6
‘CAN LOSE HOPE IF…’: DALAI
LAMA SAYS ON TIBET IN DELHI
New Delhi: Tibetan religious leader Dalai Lama
on Friday called for a focus on wisdom and com-
passion as he highlighted the situation in Tibet
by giving his own example and current situation.
P6
They want
certain clarifi-
cations. I am
going to Rajasthan so I
have given them dates
from April 27 to 29 when
I am available.
—Satya Pal Malik
If there is a
little loss to
you, then
the high command
will compensate, but
how will the loss of
the party be compen-
sated? That’s why no
such work should be
done which will harm
the party.
—Ashok Gehlot,
Chief Minister
Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot gives the cheque of `50,000
to an elderly street vendor in presence of Ashok Chandna,
Dharmendra Rathore and others, during the Mega Job Fair in
Ajmer on Friday.  —PHOTO BY ANAND SHARMA
“PANDEMIC STILL
NOT OVER”: CENTRE
WRITES TO 8 STATES
New Delhi: Union health
secretary Rajesh Bhushan
on Friday wrote a letter to
the health secretaries of
Uttar Pradesh, Tamil Nadu,
Rajasthan, Maharashtra,
Kerala, Karnataka,
Haryana, and Delhi amid
rise in Covid-19 cases in
the country.
AL-QAEDA WARNS OF
ATTACKS ON INDIA
OVER ATIQ’S MURDER
New Delhi: Al-Qaeda
in Indian Subcontinent
(AQIS) has threatened
attacks on India over the
murder of gangster Atiq
Ahmed while in custody. In
its Eid message, the terror
group threatened revenge
and called Atiq and his
brother Ashraf “martyrs”.
HIMACHAL BJP CHIEF
SUBMITS RESIGNATION
TO BJP PREZ NADDA
New Delhi: Ahead of Shimla
Municipal Corporation polls,
Himachal Pradesh BJP chief
Suresh Kashyap has handed
over his resignation to the
party’s national president
BJP Nadda, sources said
on Friday. Kashyap cited
“personal reasons” for
resigning from his post.
SAD’S PARKASH SINGH
BADAL ADMITTED TO
MOHALI HOSPITAL
STUDENT FROM ELURU
SHOT DEAD AT FUEL
STATION IN THE US
Chandigarh: SAD patriarch
Parkash Singh Badal has
been admitted to a hosp in
Mohali following complaints
of breathing difficulties.
“Concerned to know that
Shri Parkash Singh Badal
Ji is unwell and admitted
to hospital. Had a telecon
about his health, pray for
his speedy recovery,” Union
HM Amit Shah tweeted.
Franklinton: A 24-year-old
Telugu youth was shot dead
by an unknown person at a
fuel station on West Broad
Street at Franklinton in the
United States’s Columbus.
The Telugu student, Saiesha
Veera hailing from Eluru in
Andhra Pradesh had gone
to US to pursue studies and
was working at the Shell
fuel station as a clerk.
Ashok Gehlot @ashokgehlot51
Regards to all the soldiers who were martyred
in the dastardly terrorist attack on an army ve-
hicle on the Poonch-Jammu National Highway.
Our deepest sympathies are with the families of the brave
martyrs. I wish speedy recovery of the injured jawans.
First India Bureau
New Delhi: Sunil Arora,
Ex-Chief Election Commis-
sioner, who also served as
Chairman and MD of Indian
Airlines and as Joint Secy
in Ministry of Civil Aviation,
Govt of India, graced 1st
DMA “Chat  Chai” session
as Chief Guest on Friday. He
appreciated the book ‘From
Sarees to Stripes’ and also
shared that he is writing a
trilogy of books with Rupa
Publications, covering his
professional experiences.
His most inspiring experi-
ence were the years he spent
as CMD of Indian Airlines.
 More on P8
Tourists enjoy the beauty of Tulip Garden on the last day of ‘Tulip Festival’ in Srinagar on Friday.
The fame of Asia’s
largest tulip garden,
situated on the banks of
the Dal lake in Srinagar
closed for visitors on
Friday after having been
visited by record-breaking
tourists this year during
the one-month show.
Inam-ur Rehman, the
in-charge of the garden
said the tulip show was
successful as the footfall
this season was the high-
est record ever.
A RECORD
BREAKING
FOOTFALL!
CABINET RESHUFFLE, EXPANSION IN MIND!
CM Gehlot may plan a meeting with KC Venugopal and
Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa in Delhi. A report will be given
on MLA one-to-one dialogue, Randhawa will give report to
AICC Chief and Org Gen Secy. Gehlot may take the green signal
on cabinet reshuffle and expansion in which 3 deputy CMs may
be included, some big faces may be dropped.  —Yogesh Sharma
RAJASTHAN
JAIPUR | SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 2023
02
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F.10 (813)IHITC/Labour Supply/2022-23/24 Date : 21.04.2023
Notice for Inviting BID
Bid for three total number of work of procurement are invited
from interested bidders and other particulars of the bid may be
visited on the procurement portal (http://sppp.rajasthan.nic.in
and http://eproc.rajasthan.gov.in) of the state, and horticulture
department website. The UBN code, subject matter, approximate
value, date and time of the procurement are as given below:-
Work
No. as
per NIB
UBN Code
Subject
Matter
Approximate
Value
(Rs. in Lacs)
Submission
End Date
 Time
1 HOR2324SLOB00008
Manpower
Service
Supply
70.00
01.05.2023/
9 am
2 HOR2324SLOB00002
Agri.
Labour
Service
Supply
35.00
24.04.2023/
9 am
3 HOR2324SLOB00003
Security
Man
Supply
15.50
26.04.2023/
9 am
Dy. Director IHITC
Commissionerate Horticulture,
Jaipur
DIPR/C/5893/2023
Govt. of Rajasthan
International Horticulture
Innovation And Training Center, Jaipur
(Society Registered Under Govt. of Rajasthan)
राजस्ान सरकार
कारायालर आबकारी आरुक्त, राजस्ान, उदरपुर
क्रमांक: प. 32(बी)(1)आब/एल/2023/52 दिनांक: 21.04.2023
पड्त ररटेल ऑफ कमपपोजजट मजदरा दुकानों के
अनुज्ापत्र हे्तु ई-नीलामी आमंत्रण सूचना :
सर्वसाधारण को सूदित दकया जाता है दक राजय सरकार की आज्ा क्रमांक
प.4(1) दरत्त/आब/2023 दिनांक 22.01.2023 के द्ारा जारी संशोदधत
आबकारी एरं मद्य-संयम नीदत रर्व 2022-23 एरं रर्व 2023-24 के तहत रर्व
2023-24 के दलये पडत ररटेल ऑफ कमपोदजट मदिरा िुकानों के ई-नीलामी
(ई-बोली) प्रदक्रया से बनिोबसत करने हेतु भारत सरकार के उपक्रम एम.एस.टी.सी.
दलदमटेड के माद्यम से दनम्ानुसार ई-बोली आमंदरित की जाती है: -
क्र.सं. नीलामी की जदनांक नीलामी का समर
1 26 अप्रैल, 2023 प्रातः 11.00 बजे से सांय 5.00 बजे तक
1. ई-नीलामी हेतु सर्वप्रथम इच्छुक बोलीिाता को एम.एस.टी.सी. दलदमटेड की
रेबसाईट https://www.mstcecommerce.com पर एकबारीय ऑनलाईन
पंजीकरण (रदजसट्ेशन) करना होगा, दजससे आबकारी बनिोबसत रर्व 2023-
24 में होने राली िुकानों की समसत नीलादमयों में भाग दलया जा सकेगा।
2. इच्छुक बोलीिाता एम.एस.टी.सी. दलदमटेड की साईट पर दिनांक 22.04.2023
को प्रातः 11.00 बजे से पंजीयन के दलये आरेिन कर सकेंगे।
3. नीलामी एक काय्व दिरस में नयूनतम ्: घणटे की होगी एरं उसके पशिात्
जब तक बोली लगती रहे तब तक 20 दमनट के अननत दरसतार (indefinite
extension) तक जारी रहेगी।
4. बोलीिाता को कम से कम रू. 10,000/- अथरा रू. 10,000 के गुणांक मे
बढाकर बोली लगानी होगी।
5. बोलीिाता एक बार में ररजर्व प्राइस / दप्ली बोली से 10 प्रदतशत से अदधक
रादश बढाकर बोली नहीं लगा सकेगा।
6. िेशी मदिरा, राजसथान दनदम्वत मदिरा (RML), भारत दनदम्वत दरिेशी मदिरा
(IMFL) एरं बीयर की कमपोदजट िुकानों का दजलेरार एरं उनके आरेिन
शुलक, संशोदधत नयूनतम ररजर्व प्राईस एरं अमानत रादश का दरररण दरभागीय
रेबसाईट https://excise.rajasthan.gov.in एरं एम.एस.टी.सी. दलदमटेड
की रेबसाईट https://www.mstcecommerce.com पर उपलबध रहेगा।
7. प्रतयेक िुकान के दलये ऑनलाईन नीलामी में भाग लेने हेतु दनधा्वररत नयूनतम
ररज्वर प्राइस की 2 प्रदतशत रादश अमानत रादश के रूप में आरेिन के साथ
जमा करायी जानी है। दबड रादश के अनुसार अदतररकत अमानत रादश भी जमा
करानी होगी। ऑनलाईन नीलामी में Dynamic अमानत रादश का प्रारधान
रखा गया है।
8. सफल बोलीिाता को धरोहर रादश, अदरिम रादर्वक गारनटी रादश एरं रादर्वक
लाईसेनस फीस ई-नीलामी के संबंध में दरसततृत दिशा दनिदेश एरं शततों, जो
दरभागीय रेबसाईट एरं एम.एस टी.सी. दलदमटेड की रेबसाईट पर उपलबध है,
के अनुसार जमा करानी होगी।
9. दनधा्वररत समय में रांद्त रादशयां यथा-धरोहर रादश, अदरिम रादर्वक गारनटी
रादश एरं रादर्वक लाईसेंस फीस जमा न कराने पर सरीकृदत दनरसत कर समसत
जमा रादश जपतराज की जायेगी।
10. बोलीिाता को ई-नीलामी में भाग लेने से पूर्व दरभागीय रेबसाईट
https://excise.rajasthan.gov.in एरं एम.एस.टी.सी. दलदमटेड की
रेबसाईट https://www.mstcecommerce.com पर उपलबध आबकारी
एरं मधयसंयम नीदत रर्व 2022-23 एरं 2023-24, समसत दिशा-दनिदेश,
प्रदक्रया एरं शततों का सारधानीपूर्वक अधययन कर दलया जाना िादहये।
11. मदिरा िुकानों के बनिोबसत हेतु रे ही वयककत ई-नीलामी में भाग ले सकेंगे,
जो राजसथान आबकारी अदधदनयम, 1950 एरं इसके अनतग्वत बनाए गए
दनयमों, आबकारी एरं मधयसंयम नीदत रर्व 2022-23 र 2023-24 र
भारतीय संदरिा अदधदनयम के तहत अनुबनध करने की योगयता रखते हों।
इस समबनध में दरसततृत दिशा दनिदेश https://excise.rajasthan.gov.in र
https://www.mstcecommerce.com पर उपलबध है। अनय जानकारी
हेतु संबंदधत अदतररकत आयुकत जोन एरं दजला आबकारी अदधकारी काया्वलय
से समपक्क दकया जा सकता है तथा एम.एस टी.सी. हेलप डेसक पर भी काया्वलय
समय में माग्विश्वन दलया जा सकता है।
12. ई-नीलामी के संबंध में अनय प्रारधान आबकारी एरं मद्यसंयम नीदत रर्व
2022-23 र रर्व 2023-24 एरं दिनांक 22.01.2023 के द्ारा नीदत में दकये
गये संशोधन अनुसार तथा राजसथान आबकारी अदधदनयम, 1950 एरं इसके
अनतग्वत बने दनयम के अनुसार रहेंगे।
13. ई-नीलामी के समबनध में यदि कोई दरराि उतपन्न होता है तो नयादयक क्ेरि
संबंदधत दजला ही रहेगा।
(कुमार पाल गौ्तम)
आबकारी आयुकत, राजसथान
DIPR/C/......../2023
Shivendra Parmar
Jaipur: In order to end
public transport prob-
lems, the Transport
Department has ap-
proved more than two
dozen new routes in
Jaipur Gazette notifi-
cation issued following
instructions of the
Chief Secretary Usha
Sharma. People are
facing trouble due to
the lack of public
transport in Jaipur.
Sharma had instructed
the officials of the de-
partment to explore
the possibility of new
routes and start them
soon. The RTO selected
new routes and after
getting approval from
the traffic control
board, the department
issued a gazette notifi-
cation. A total of 27
new routes have been
started in Jaipur.
Transport Commis-
sioner KL Swamy said
that 27 new routes have
been approved in
Jaipur after conduct-
ing a special survey.
The new routes are
those where the num-
ber of commuters is
more as compared to
the number of vehicles
plying.
First India Bureau
Jaipur: On the occa-
sion of Akshaya Triti-
ya Parshuram Jayanti,
and Eid-ul-Fitr Chief
Minister Ashok Gehlot
has wished the people
of the state a healthy
life. Governor Kalraj
Mishra  Assembly
Speaker Dr C.P. Joshi
on Friday extended
greetings to people on
the occasion of
Parshuram Jayanti,
Akshaya Tritiya and
Eid-ul-Fitr.
Buses on 27 new routes to end
commuting woes in Jaipur
Sanjay Prajapat
Churu: Leader of Oppo-
sition Rajendra Rathore
was honoured by people
in Churu on the occasion
of his birthday. On
Thursday night, a pro-
gramme was held at
Gadh Chauraha in Chu-
ru wherein the locals
garlanded him for be-
coming the leader of the
opposition. Similarly,
blood donation camps
were organised at vari-
ous places on Friday.
While addressing the
gathering, BJP leader
Rajendra Rathore said
that he has family rela-
tions with the traders in
Churu. “My next step
would be to develop Chu-
ru city as a smart city
and for which I will do
everything possible,”
said Rathore.
Abhishek Shrivastava
Jaipur: Various devel-
opment works were ap-
proved in the project
work committee meet-
ing of the Jaipur Devel-
opment Authority. In
the meeting chaired by
the JDA commissioner,
various works includ-
ing the renewal of the
road from Jorawar Sin-
gh gate to Ramgarh
Mod were approved.
A sanction of Rs 3.36
crore was given for the
works of roads. The
roads also include from
B2Bypass New Sangan-
er road to the railway
underpass, missing
link from Terminal 2 to
Jagatpura.
An amount of Rs
4.90 crore was sanc-
tioned for streetlights
in zone 9, Rs 3.94 crore
for shifting of LT/HT
lines and electrifica-
tion in JDA region, Rs
3.98 crore for street
lights in West Way
scheme, Rs 3.75 crore
for high mask lights in
JDA regions.
Jaipur (FIB): The state
unitof theAAPisadopt-
ing the Arvind Kejriwal
model to expand its base
inRaj.StatePrezNaveen
Paliwal has announced
750newblockpresidents
while 43 people have
been given positions in
the state team. At the
district level, 264 office
bearers have been made.
Wings like SC, Educa-
tion  Transport and
othershavebeenformed.
Rajendra Rathore honoured by locals on the occasion of his birthday
in Churu on Friday.
Muslims performing prayer of Jumatul Vida on last Jumma ahead of Eid ul-Fitr at Badi Chopar in
Jaipur on Friday. ­ —­
PHOTO BY SANTOSH SHARMA
Will develop Churu
city as Smart City,
says Rajendra Rathore
CM  Guv greet people on Eid  Parshuram Jayanti
Various development
works approved by JDA
Municipal Corp
Gr: UD Tax
cheques over
`97L bounce
AAP form wings
under various heads
First India Bureau
Jaipur: Nine Deputy
SPs were transferred
in Rajasthan on Fri-
day.The RPS officers
who have been trans-
ferred are Majeed
Khan - Assistant Com-
mandant, 3rd Bn RAC
Bikaner, Ashok Ku-
mar Meena-Dy SP,
Leave Reserve, Civil
Rights, Police Head-
quarters Jaipur, Anil
Sharma - ACP, Control
Room Jodhpur Com-
missionerate, Ramesh
Kumar Sharma - As-
sistant Commandant,
1st Battalion RAC
Jodhpur, Mukesh
Chawda, Dy SP, Police
Training School Jodh-
pur, Ajay Kumar Ya-
dav-Dy SP, PTS Alwar,
Bhikaram Yadav - Dy
SP, SC/ST Cell District
Ganganagar, Sanjeev
Kumar Chauhan - Dy
SP- Cyber Crime, Bhi-
wadi.
Of them, 5 RPS offic-
ers have been trans-
ferred after 2 days. The
officers who were pro-
moted to Deputy SPs
on Wednesday were
given posting but 5 of-
ficers from that list
were transferred again
today.
Nine Deputy SPs transferred,
five officers shifted again
NINE IAS OFFICERS OF 2022 BATCH
ALLOTTED DISTRICTS FOR TRAINING
9IAS officers of 2022 batch have been allotted
districts for training. Jodhpur was allotted to Anshu
Priya, Jhalawar to Shubham Ashok, Jalore to Divyansh
Singh, Bundi to Mohit Kasania, Hanumangarh to Pri-
tam Kumar, Churu to Saksham Goyal, Ajmer to Shrad-
dha Gom, Bikaner to Yaksh Chaudhary, Sawai Mad-
hopur to Yasharth Shekhar. These officers will work in
the districts as Assistant Collectors. The orders were
issued by the Department of Personnel. 4 IAS and 3
IPS officers of Rajasthan cadre have been appointed
as observers in Karnataka assembly elections.
RLP DISSOLVES STATE
EXECUTIVE  OTHER UNITS
The RLP on Friday dissolved
all its units including its
state executive. According
to party, this step has been
taken in view of the upcoming
assembly elections. The state
executive were dissolved in
direction by the party con-
venor Hanuman Beniwal.
First India Bureau
Jaipur: In the Jaipur
Municipal Corpora-
tion Greater, House
and UD Tax was col-
lected last month to
meet the revenue tar-
get. Notices were is-
sued to people and
advance cheques
were taken. But many
of these cheques have
now bounced. Ac-
cording to a Munici-
pal Corporation re-
port, cheques from
123 individuals worth
more than Rs 97 lakh
have bounced.
The names of
many big organiza-
tions of the city are
also in the list whose
cheques have
bounced. This in-
cludes insurance
companies, petrol
pumps, sweet shops,
private offices, etc.
The reason behind
most of the bounced
cheques is insuffi-
cient balance.
Mali demands 12% reservation,
protests  pelts stone at police
Ravi Katara
Bharatpur: A large
number of people from
Malicommunityblocked
Jaipur-Agra national
highway in Bharatpur
demanding 12 percent
separate reservation.
The community mem-
bers have been demand-
ingseparatereservation.
They had announced to
block Jaipur-Bharatpur
National Highway-21 to-
day for the demand of
reservation in govern-
ment jobs and educa-
tional institutions.
In view of the agita-
tion, the police blocked
the roads of Ballabh-
garh, Halaina, Vair,
Aronda, Ramaspur vil-
lages connected to the
highway since morning.
SP Shyam Singh said
that the agitators pelted
stones at police follow-
ing which mild force
was used to disperse
them.
Nadbai MLA
Joginder Singh Awana,
one of the six BSP
turned Congress legis-
lators, demanded action
against the officials for
using force against the
agitators and said that
the govt should resolve
the issue.
HARIMOHAN MEENA
MEETS SAINI, MALI 
KUSHWAHA LEADERS
Jaipur: Under the chair-
manship of Harimohan
Meena, Director of
the Social Justice and
Empowerment Dept,
talks were held with the
representatives of Saini,
Mali and Kushwaha
communities in the
directorate’s auditorium
at Ambedkar Bhavan on
Friday. The representa-
tives of the Saini com-
munity demanded 12
percent reservation, the
formation of a separate
Luv Kush Welfare Board,
a hostel facility for the
children of the society,
etc. Meena said that
Mahatma Jyotiba Phule
Welfare Board has been
formed by the state govt
and Mahatma Jyotiba
Phule Day on April 19
has been declared as
a state holiday. Meena
assured that he would
convey their demands to
the higher authorities.
Police had to take retreat after seeing the agitators protesting in Ballabhgarh area on Friday.
The protestors blocked Jaipur-
Bharatpur NH-21 demanding
reservation in government jobs
Joginder Singh Awana demanded
action against the officials for
using force against the agitators
z B2 Bypass Ishan Mar-
riage Garden to Nevta
Lake.
z Cheel Gadi Restaurant
B2 Bypass to St. Xa-
vier’s College Naveta.
z Rawat College Ajmer
Road to Malpura Gate.
z JECRC to Khaniya
Bandha.
z Shankar Lal Dhanuka
Vidyapeeth to Goner
Bus Stand.
z Khania Bandha to
Sitapura Circle.
z Harnathpura to
Bindayaka.
z Kanakpura Railway
Station to Bhankrota.
z SKIT College to Naveta.
z Sanganer Police Sta-
tion to Sirauli.
NEW ROUTES APPROVED IN JAIPUR
PARSHURAM JAYANTI
Leaders along with children lighting a lamp at Parshuram Circle
Station on the eve of Parshuram Jayanti in Jaipur on Friday.
RAJASTHAN
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Mahesh Sharma and
Bhanwar S Charan
Jaipur/Kota: The In-
dian Air Force Chief
has awarded the Gal-
lantry Medal to Wing
Commander Deepika
Misra who hails from
Rajasthan’s Kota.
With this, Wing Com-
mander Misra became
the first woman officer
in the Indian Air Force
to be presented a gal-
lantry award. Chief
Minister Ashok Gehlot
has also congratulated
her on the achieve-
ment. Gehlot said that
Rajasthan is proud of
daughter’s high flight.
“The country’s first
woman Air Force of-
ficer who received the
gallantry award has
brought pride to the en-
tire state,” he said.
Misra, a helicopter
pilot, was conferred a
Vayu Sena Medal (Gal-
lantry) for an act of
“exceptional courage”
displayed during a
flood relief operation
in Madhya Pradesh in
August 2021.The opera-
tion that included low
hover pick-ups and
winching lasted for an
8 days and she saved
the lives of 47 people,
including women and
children. Her efforts of
bravery and courage
not only saved precious
lives in a natural ca-
lamitybutalsoinstilled
senseof safetyamongst
common people.
Mukesh Mathrani
Barmer: A saint had
committed suicide by
hanging himself in a
cowshed in Barmer dis-
trict. Before taking the
extreme step, the de-
ceased saint also made
a video and named
three people for harass-
ing him and blamed
them for his extreme
step. “They tortured me
so much that now I am
giving my life, “the
saint said in the video
he left behind.”
Police identified the
deceased as Dayalpuri
(70), who used to take
care of a cowshed in
Danta village under
Barmer rural police sta-
tion area. Incident took
place late on Thursday
night but staff noticed
on early Friday morn-
ing at 5 o’clock when
they reached there and
found Dayalpuri hang-
ing. Meanwhile, the
video surfaced which
was recorded by the
Dayalpuri before end-
ing his life, and had pur-
portedly gone viral on
the social media.
In the meantime on
getting informed police
reached at the spot and
initiated investigation
in the natter. A case un-
der section 306 of IPC
has been registered.
Nirmal Tiwari
Jaipur: The 12th edition
of the Great Indian Trav-
el Bazaar (GITB) will be
organized by the Depart-
ment of Tourism from
April 23 to 25. The travel
bazaar will be held in
Rambagh Palace where-
inforeigntouroperators,
representatives of G20
countries and ambassa-
dors will take part in
panel discussions. Prin-
cipal Secretary (Tour-
ism) Gayatri Rathore
took a meeting in this
regard and gave neces-
sary directions.
Officials from Tour-
ism Dept, RTDC, Police
Administration, Munici-
pal Corporation (Herit-
age and Greater), Jaipur
Vidyut Vitran Nigam,
Medical and Health De-
partment, Local Self
Government, Archaeol-
ogy Department and
FICCI were present in
the meeting. “
Around 283
Tour Operators (FTOs)
from 56 countries will
participate in the GITB.
There will be about
10,000 B2B meetings with
foreign tour operators
within two days,” said
Gayatri Rathore.
Deepika Misra gets IAF Gallantry award
1ST
WOMAN IAF OFFICER TO ACHIEVE THIS FEAT
Air Chief Marshal V R Chaudhari presenting the Vayu Sena
Medal to Wing Commander Deepika Misra on Thursday.
Relatives gathered at the spot after receiving information of the
suicide in Barmer on Friday morning.
Screengrab of video recorded
by the Saint Dayalpuri.
Saintdiesbysuicide,accuses3invideo
RISE IN SUICIDE CASES ACROSS RAJASTHAN RAISE CONCERN
Family members of saint files abetment to suicide
case, saint had accused accountant couple in video Ramprasad suicide: NCST
issues notice to CS, DGP;
seeks action taken report
BJP demands arrest of accused
in Sanjay Pandey suicide case
First India Bureau
Jaipur: The Nation-
al Commission for
Scheduled Tribes
has sought an action
taken report from
the Rajasthan chief
secretary and police
chief on the suicide
of a man who blamed
local MLA, among
others, for his ex-
treme step.
In its notice issued
on Thursday, the
NCST said it has tak-
en suo moto cogni-
sance of the matter
and decided to inves-
tigate it. Ramprasad
Meena hanged him-
self in a godown near
his house in Chandi
ki Taksal area here
on Monday
.
In a video recorded
before ending his
life, Ramprasad al-
leged he was forced
to take extreme step.
First India Bureau
Jaipur: Controversy is
increasing in the San-
jay Pandey suicide case
in Kanota. Relatives
created a ruckus on
Friday outside the mor-
tuary at SMS Hospital.
They said that until the
accused is arrested, a
post-mortem will not
be done and the dead
body will not be taken.
Police officers tried to
convince them but
talks failed.
After this, Rajya Sab-
ha MP Kirodilal Mee-
na, former BJP state
president Ashok Par-
nami, city president
Raghav Sharma and
BJP leader Rajpal Sin-
gh Shekhawat reached
the spot outside the
SMS police station. The
BJP workers demanded
the arrest of the ac-
cused and raised slo-
gans against the Ashok
Gehlot government.
Meena said that this is
the failure of the gov-
ernment. “There is no
such thing as law. San-
jay Pandey had to com-
mit suicide. Today his
family has become
homeless. This govern-
ment is responsible for
all the mess,” he said.
CI SUSPENDED,
FAMILY ALLOTTED
DAIRY BOOTH
Jaipur: Taking action in
the Ramprasad suicide
case, the Heritage Corpo-
ration on Friday suspend-
ed Vigilance branch’s CI
Neeraj Tiwari and a com-
mittee has been formed to
investigate the matter. The
relatives of the deceased
have been allotted dairy
booths. Heritage Cor-
poration Commissioner
Vishram Meena said that
Tiwari has been suspend-
ed. An inquiry committee
has been formed under the
chairmanship of Additional
Commissioner Rajendra
Verma to probe the matter.
Deceased Sanjay Pandey
A dharna was held outside the mortuary of SMS Hosp on Friday.
Over 63 people were killed and around 216 were injured in Jaipur
Bomb Blast that took place on 13 May, 2008. —FILE PHOTO
Broken windshield of the
bus, the driver flees from
the spot after the accident.
IN THE COURTYARD
Court rejects bail plea of
Jpr bomb blast accused
Youth ran
over by a
low-floor bus
in Ramganj
First India Bureau
Jaipur: A youth was
killed in the Ram-
ganj area on Friday
morning after being
hit by a speeding low-
floor bus, police said.
Police informed the
mishap took place at
at Ramganj Chaupar.
“The youth, aged
around 30 years, was
crossing the road
when a speeding low-
floor bus ran over
him. The youth was
grievously injured in
the accident, while
bus driver fled from
the spot. People gath-
ered and alerted the
police. An ambu-
lance was called and
the youth was taken
to SMS Hospital.
However, the youth
died during treat-
ment. The youth is
yet to be identified,”
police said.
First India Bureau
Jaipur: The Special
Court of bomb blast cas-
es in Jaipur have reject-
ed the bail plea of Mo-
hammed Sarwar Azmi,
an accused in the 2008
Jaipur Bomb Blast case.
Azmi’s counsel argued
in the court that in this
case he is only accused
of criminal conspiracy
and the High Court has
acquitted the applicant
in other cases related to
the Jaipur bomb blast
and has not considered
criminal conspiracy
. In
this case also the charge
sheet, witnesses and
facts are identical.
Opposing the bail
plea, the counsel of the
state govt said that this
matter is a serious mat-
ter involving an elabo-
rate criminal conspira-
cy
. Apart from this case,
NIA had recorded state-
ments of two accused
Yasin Bhatkal and Asa-
dullah Akhtar and both
have admitted in their
statements that Moham-
mad Sarwar Azmi along
with other accused had
carried out bomb blasts.
The court, after hearing
the arguments, rejected
the bail plea.
Jaipur: A local court on Friday rejected an application seeking
to postpone the general body meeting of Rambagh Golf
Club. Metropolitan Magistrate Ashish Bandara rejected the
application. The meeting was to be held on April 23 Golf club
member Madhukar Chaturvedi had filed an application for
making the secretary of the club, Captain Shreyesh Sacheti
and secretary Hemsingh Khangarot as parties. Advocate
Prashant Chaturvedi, on behalf of the applicant, said that an
FIR was lodged at Ashok Nagar police station on December
16, 2021 for embezzlement of Rs 01.48 crore. He said that
the meeting was aimed at legalizing illegal work, which
should be postponed.
Jaipur: In a matter related to election of Paschim Vihar, Devel-
opment Committee, Vaishali Nagar, petitioner Balveer Singh
Shekhawat got relief from the high court. Justice Narayan
Prasad ordered Shekhawat to participate in the post of secre-
tary. Advocate AK Jain Associate represented the petitioner.
Elections of the Tri-Year Committee are being held after 2016.
Shekhawat had filled nominations for the post of Treasurer
and Secretary. The list of candidates was released on April 9.
The applicant had withdrawn the application for the post of
treasurer, which was filled on April 4, only on April 5.
APPLICATION SEEKING TO POSTPONE GBM OF
RAMBAGH GOLF CLUB REJECTED BY LOCAL COURT
BALVEER SINGH SHEKHAWAT GETS RELIEF FROM
RAJASTHAN HC IN PASCHIM VIHAR ELECTION CASE
12th
GITB to be held from April 23-25
s the IPL juggernaut rages on
with the tournament close to
completing one month, the re-
cent week saw the foreign play-
ers rule the roost creating major
impact for their franchises.
Ever since Brendon McCullum
hit the first IPL century in the
first match itself in 2008, many
overseas players like Chris Gay-
le and AB de Villiers have cre-
ated their own fanfare and
thrilled cricket lovers with scin-
tillating displays of their talent.
IPL may be a cash cow for many
foreign players but their pres-
ence has also been a catalyst for
Indian youngsters as they learn
from them and quicken their
journey to the national team.
The first name that comes to
mind for IPL 2023 is Har-
ry Brooks who hit this
season’s first
century for
Sunrisers Hy-
derabad. His
first few
m a t c h e s
were total failures as he was un-
able to live up to the hype that
was created after the IPL auc-
tion where he was bought by
Hyderabad for Rs 13.25 crore.
But the England batsman si-
lenced his critics by hitting an
unbeaten century of just 55
balls against Kolkata Knight
Riders in a winning cause.
The Orange Cap for leading
run scorers is currently with the
South African
batsman, Faf
du Plessis,
with 343 runs. He
is also the current
RoyalChallengersBan-
galore captain and has
beeninfineform.Inthelast
4gamesthathehasbatted,Faf
has scored 3 half centuries and
isoneof thereasonsalongwith
Kohli’s batting that RCB finds
itself with 3 wins out of 6
games. He is 38 years old but
has proven that old is gold
with his form and fitness.
Faf’s presence in a squad
full of youngsters should be
an opportunity for them to
soak his experience and
learn the tricks of the trade
alongside him.
Then there is the curi-
ous case of David Warn-
er, who hasn’t been
in the best of form
but still manages to
be at number 2 in the top run
getters table. His natural flair
has been missing in Delhi’s poor
campaign this year, where the
team has lost 5 out of 6 matches
and yet to gain any sort of mo-
mentum. The absence of
Rishabh Pant and misfiring
Mitchell Marsh has meant that
Warner has had to take addi-
tional responsibility to stabilize
the innings in the middle. But it
does serve as a great example to
many young batting talents that
flexibility is the key to longevity
in international cricket.
Beyond batting brilliance,
someoverseasplayershavecome
up with phenomenal bowling
performances in IPL 2023.
Among pacers, England’s Mark
Wood is bowling fiery spells in
every match for Lucknow Super
Giants. Starting their campaign
at home. In his debut for the fran-
chise, Wood snared the scalps of
Prithvi Shaw and Mitchell
Marshonback-to-backdeliveries
in his very first over. After
clinching both wickets, he got
more aggressive and fetched a
fifer. Since then, he hasn’t looked
back and with 11 wickets in 4
matches, he currently ranks sec-
ond in the race for Purple Cap.
The other pacer who has im-
pressed is veteran Kiwi, Trent
Boult, who puts up a swing bowl-
ing masterclass in almost every
game he plays for Rajasthan. He
too grabbed two wickets in his
first over against Delhi and end-
ed with superb figures of 4-1-29-3.
The left-arm pacer provides cru-
cial breakthroughs at the start,
has been a wily threat for all bat-
ters and lends a special potency
to the Royals attack this season.
Among the spinners, it is
Rashid Khan who has provided
the most amazing spells. His best
performance was against Kolka-
ta Knight Riders where he man-
aged to get a hat-trick. In his first
three games, he bagged 8 wickets
and though he has slowed down
a bit in the last couple of games,
the right-arm leggie is at the 3rd
spot in the Purple Cap race with
11 wickets in 5 games so far. His
wrist spinning abilities in the
IPL season have once again un-
derlined why Rashid is one of
the most feared and featured
bowlers in world cricket!
More than the learning that
Indian domestic players find
from rubbing shoulders with the
overseas stars, it’s the bonhomie
that gets created between crick-
eters from all over the world
which has been the biggest gain
for the game. It’s a win- win for
both the fans and the players as
it results in evolution of cricket-
ing skills with each passing year
through the IPL experience!
THE VIEWS EXPRESSED BY
THE AUTHOR ARE PERSONAL
Greetings and best wishes
to all civil servants and
their families on the Civil
Services Day. They have
been instrumental in
furthering India’s progress 
prosperity and also helping
the citizens. This day is
an occasion for them to
rededicate themselves in
service to the nation.
Rajnath Singh
@rajnathsingh
I am saddened and saddened
by the passing away of Odisha’s
senior leader, former MP
Trilochan Kanungo. His work
for the welfare of the people
will always be remembered. He
also had a special identity as an
economist. May the immortal
soul rest in peace and express
our condolences to the
bereaved family.
Dharmendra Pradhan
@dpradhanbjp SPIRITUAL SPEAK
The spirit is beyond
destruction. No one can
bring an end to spirit
which is everlasting.”
—Bhagavad Gita
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International Stars Sparkle at IPL 2023
as Orange and Purple Cap Race Hots Up!
More than the learning that
Indian domestic players
find from rubbing shoulders
with the overseas stars, it’s
the bonhomie that gets
created between cricketers
from all over the world
which has been the biggest
gain for the game. It’s a
win- win for both the fans
and the players as it
results in evolution of
cricketing skills with each
passing year through the
IPL experience!
A
SIDDHAARTH MAHAN
The writer is a specialist on Sports and Cinema
who works as an actor in the Hindi film industry
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Editor: Anita Hada Sangwan responsible for
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FAF DU PLESSIS
HARRY BROOK
MARK WOOD
TRENT BOULT
RASHID KHAN DAVID WARNER
IPL MAY BE A CASH
COW FOR MANY
FOREIGN PLAYERS
ver since Brendon
McCullum hit the first
IPL century in the first
match itself in 2008,
many overseas players like
Chris Gayle and AB de Villiers
have created their own fanfare
and thrilled cricket lovers with
scintillating displays of their
talent. IPL may be a cash cow
for many foreign players but
their presence has also been a
catalyst for Indian youngsters
as they learn from them and
quicken their journey to the
national team.
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That’s why no such work should be done which will harm the party,” Gehlot said. Gehlot reached Del- hi in a special plane, along with Congress leaders Pukhraj Par- ashar and Pawan Godara. Gehlot was re- ceived at the airport by Dheeraj Srivastava. “Inflation relief camps will provide fa- cilities to people. Camps are being organized for peopletotakeadvantage of govt schemes. These camps will continue for 2 months. From April 1, cylinder is being provid- ed for mere Rs 500. Even if someone registers in May itself, they will get cylinder for April also,” he said. On issue sur- rounding Rahul, Gehlot said, “’There was no hearing in this case for 4 years. The people of State are praising govt schemes.Wehavetalked to over 100 MLAs also and everyone appreciat- ed work of govt in feed- back program,” he said. Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, Pukhraj Parashar and Pawan Godara reach New Delhi in a special plane on Friday. As Indians send SOS from Sudan... PM MODI CALLS FOR QUICK EVACUATION PLANS Narendra Modi reviews security situation in Sudan; Jaishankar, Kwatra in attendance Moni Sharma New Delhi/Khartoum: Prime Minister Naren- dra Modi held a high- level meeting on Friday to review the security situation in Sudan via video-conferencing, ask- ing officials to prepare contingency evacuation plansforIndiansstrand- ed in the country . External Affairs Min- ister S Jaishankar, Na- tional Security Advisor Ajit Doval, Ambassador of India to Sudan Ravin- dra Prasad Jaiswal and several other senior of- ficials were present at the meeting. Modi in- structed officials to re- main vigilant, closely monitoring develop- ments and continuously evaluating the safety of Indian nationals in Su- dan and extending them all possible assistance. Prime Minister Nar- endra Modi also empha- sised the importance of maintaining close com- munication with neigh- bouring countries in the region. During the day, Jaishankar also discussed worsening situation in Sudan with UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres. MODI STRESSES OVER SAFETY OF 3,000 INDIANS UK PM SUNAK ACCEPTS DY RAAB’S RESIGNATION WITH ‘GREAT SADNESS’ CIVIL SERVANTS PLAY IMPORTANT ROLE IN RAPID DEVELOPMENT OF NEW INDIA: MODI PM Narendra Modi as- sessed the most recent developments in Sudan and received a first-hand report of the conditions on the ground, with spe- cific focus on the safety of over 3,000 Indian citizens presently located throughout the country, a govt statement said. Modi also instructed officials to continuously evaluate the safety of Indian nationals and extend them best aid. British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak said on Friday that he had accepted his deputy Dominic Raab’s resigna- tion with “great sadness” after Raab left government following the conclusion of an inquiry into claims he bullied colleagues. On 16th Civil Services Day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, “India’s rapid development would not have been possible without your (civil servants) active participa- tion.” “During the Azadi Ka Amrit Kaal, the Yuva Karmayogi Saathi civil servants will play the most important role for development of a New India” he told officers. More on P6 Prime Minister Narendra Modi chairs a high-level meeting to review the situation in war-torn Sudan, in New Delhi on Friday. Also present here in the meeting virtually are Dr S Jaishankar, Vinay Mohan Kwatra, Marshal Vivek Ram Chaudhari, Admiral R Hari Kumar and other officials. —PHOTO BY PTI PM Narendra Modi, Dr Jitendra Singh and Dr PK Mishra during Valedictory Session and Awards Ceremony in Delhi on Friday. UK deputy PM resigns afterbullyingallegations First India Bureau London: UK deputy PM Dominic Raab resigned on Friday, a day after a report was submitted into bullying allega- tions. 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More on P6 First India Bureau New Delhi:FormerJK Governor Satya Pal Ma- lik has been summoned by the CBI for question- ing on April 28 as a wit- ness in a case of alleged corruption by Reliance General Insurance. “I have exposed the sins of some people by speakingthetruth.May- bethat’swhythecallhas come. I am the son of a farmer; I will not panic. I stand by the truth,” he tweeted after summons. Sunil Arora addressing at ‘Chat Chai’, an interactive session at the DMA office, Indian Habitat Centre in New Delhi on Friday. NADDA SLAMS CONGRESS FOR MISLEADING KARNATAKA PEOPLE Bidar: BJP Chief JP Nadda slammed Cong in Bidar ‘for misleading’ people of Karnataka by telling them he had threatened that no central schemes would come here if there was no “double engine” govt. P6 ‘CAN LOSE HOPE IF…’: DALAI LAMA SAYS ON TIBET IN DELHI New Delhi: Tibetan religious leader Dalai Lama on Friday called for a focus on wisdom and com- passion as he highlighted the situation in Tibet by giving his own example and current situation. P6 They want certain clarifi- cations. I am going to Rajasthan so I have given them dates from April 27 to 29 when I am available. —Satya Pal Malik If there is a little loss to you, then the high command will compensate, but how will the loss of the party be compen- sated? That’s why no such work should be done which will harm the party. —Ashok Gehlot, Chief Minister Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot gives the cheque of `50,000 to an elderly street vendor in presence of Ashok Chandna, Dharmendra Rathore and others, during the Mega Job Fair in Ajmer on Friday. —PHOTO BY ANAND SHARMA “PANDEMIC STILL NOT OVER”: CENTRE WRITES TO 8 STATES New Delhi: Union health secretary Rajesh Bhushan on Friday wrote a letter to the health secretaries of Uttar Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Kerala, Karnataka, Haryana, and Delhi amid rise in Covid-19 cases in the country. AL-QAEDA WARNS OF ATTACKS ON INDIA OVER ATIQ’S MURDER New Delhi: Al-Qaeda in Indian Subcontinent (AQIS) has threatened attacks on India over the murder of gangster Atiq Ahmed while in custody. In its Eid message, the terror group threatened revenge and called Atiq and his brother Ashraf “martyrs”. HIMACHAL BJP CHIEF SUBMITS RESIGNATION TO BJP PREZ NADDA New Delhi: Ahead of Shimla Municipal Corporation polls, Himachal Pradesh BJP chief Suresh Kashyap has handed over his resignation to the party’s national president BJP Nadda, sources said on Friday. Kashyap cited “personal reasons” for resigning from his post. SAD’S PARKASH SINGH BADAL ADMITTED TO MOHALI HOSPITAL STUDENT FROM ELURU SHOT DEAD AT FUEL STATION IN THE US Chandigarh: SAD patriarch Parkash Singh Badal has been admitted to a hosp in Mohali following complaints of breathing difficulties. “Concerned to know that Shri Parkash Singh Badal Ji is unwell and admitted to hospital. Had a telecon about his health, pray for his speedy recovery,” Union HM Amit Shah tweeted. Franklinton: A 24-year-old Telugu youth was shot dead by an unknown person at a fuel station on West Broad Street at Franklinton in the United States’s Columbus. The Telugu student, Saiesha Veera hailing from Eluru in Andhra Pradesh had gone to US to pursue studies and was working at the Shell fuel station as a clerk. Ashok Gehlot @ashokgehlot51 Regards to all the soldiers who were martyred in the dastardly terrorist attack on an army ve- hicle on the Poonch-Jammu National Highway. Our deepest sympathies are with the families of the brave martyrs. I wish speedy recovery of the injured jawans. First India Bureau New Delhi: Sunil Arora, Ex-Chief Election Commis- sioner, who also served as Chairman and MD of Indian Airlines and as Joint Secy in Ministry of Civil Aviation, Govt of India, graced 1st DMA “Chat Chai” session as Chief Guest on Friday. He appreciated the book ‘From Sarees to Stripes’ and also shared that he is writing a trilogy of books with Rupa Publications, covering his professional experiences. His most inspiring experi- ence were the years he spent as CMD of Indian Airlines. More on P8 Tourists enjoy the beauty of Tulip Garden on the last day of ‘Tulip Festival’ in Srinagar on Friday. The fame of Asia’s largest tulip garden, situated on the banks of the Dal lake in Srinagar closed for visitors on Friday after having been visited by record-breaking tourists this year during the one-month show. Inam-ur Rehman, the in-charge of the garden said the tulip show was successful as the footfall this season was the high- est record ever. A RECORD BREAKING FOOTFALL! CABINET RESHUFFLE, EXPANSION IN MIND! CM Gehlot may plan a meeting with KC Venugopal and Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa in Delhi. A report will be given on MLA one-to-one dialogue, Randhawa will give report to AICC Chief and Org Gen Secy. Gehlot may take the green signal on cabinet reshuffle and expansion in which 3 deputy CMs may be included, some big faces may be dropped. —Yogesh Sharma
  • 2. RAJASTHAN JAIPUR | SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 2023 02 www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia F.10 (813)IHITC/Labour Supply/2022-23/24 Date : 21.04.2023 Notice for Inviting BID Bid for three total number of work of procurement are invited from interested bidders and other particulars of the bid may be visited on the procurement portal (http://sppp.rajasthan.nic.in and http://eproc.rajasthan.gov.in) of the state, and horticulture department website. The UBN code, subject matter, approximate value, date and time of the procurement are as given below:- Work No. as per NIB UBN Code Subject Matter Approximate Value (Rs. in Lacs) Submission End Date Time 1 HOR2324SLOB00008 Manpower Service Supply 70.00 01.05.2023/ 9 am 2 HOR2324SLOB00002 Agri. Labour Service Supply 35.00 24.04.2023/ 9 am 3 HOR2324SLOB00003 Security Man Supply 15.50 26.04.2023/ 9 am Dy. Director IHITC Commissionerate Horticulture, Jaipur DIPR/C/5893/2023 Govt. of Rajasthan International Horticulture Innovation And Training Center, Jaipur (Society Registered Under Govt. of Rajasthan) राजस्ान सरकार कारायालर आबकारी आरुक्त, राजस्ान, उदरपुर क्रमांक: प. 32(बी)(1)आब/एल/2023/52 दिनांक: 21.04.2023 पड्त ररटेल ऑफ कमपपोजजट मजदरा दुकानों के अनुज्ापत्र हे्तु ई-नीलामी आमंत्रण सूचना : सर्वसाधारण को सूदित दकया जाता है दक राजय सरकार की आज्ा क्रमांक प.4(1) दरत्त/आब/2023 दिनांक 22.01.2023 के द्ारा जारी संशोदधत आबकारी एरं मद्य-संयम नीदत रर्व 2022-23 एरं रर्व 2023-24 के तहत रर्व 2023-24 के दलये पडत ररटेल ऑफ कमपोदजट मदिरा िुकानों के ई-नीलामी (ई-बोली) प्रदक्रया से बनिोबसत करने हेतु भारत सरकार के उपक्रम एम.एस.टी.सी. दलदमटेड के माद्यम से दनम्ानुसार ई-बोली आमंदरित की जाती है: - क्र.सं. नीलामी की जदनांक नीलामी का समर 1 26 अप्रैल, 2023 प्रातः 11.00 बजे से सांय 5.00 बजे तक 1. ई-नीलामी हेतु सर्वप्रथम इच्छुक बोलीिाता को एम.एस.टी.सी. दलदमटेड की रेबसाईट https://www.mstcecommerce.com पर एकबारीय ऑनलाईन पंजीकरण (रदजसट्ेशन) करना होगा, दजससे आबकारी बनिोबसत रर्व 2023- 24 में होने राली िुकानों की समसत नीलादमयों में भाग दलया जा सकेगा। 2. इच्छुक बोलीिाता एम.एस.टी.सी. दलदमटेड की साईट पर दिनांक 22.04.2023 को प्रातः 11.00 बजे से पंजीयन के दलये आरेिन कर सकेंगे। 3. नीलामी एक काय्व दिरस में नयूनतम ्: घणटे की होगी एरं उसके पशिात् जब तक बोली लगती रहे तब तक 20 दमनट के अननत दरसतार (indefinite extension) तक जारी रहेगी। 4. बोलीिाता को कम से कम रू. 10,000/- अथरा रू. 10,000 के गुणांक मे बढाकर बोली लगानी होगी। 5. बोलीिाता एक बार में ररजर्व प्राइस / दप्ली बोली से 10 प्रदतशत से अदधक रादश बढाकर बोली नहीं लगा सकेगा। 6. िेशी मदिरा, राजसथान दनदम्वत मदिरा (RML), भारत दनदम्वत दरिेशी मदिरा (IMFL) एरं बीयर की कमपोदजट िुकानों का दजलेरार एरं उनके आरेिन शुलक, संशोदधत नयूनतम ररजर्व प्राईस एरं अमानत रादश का दरररण दरभागीय रेबसाईट https://excise.rajasthan.gov.in एरं एम.एस.टी.सी. दलदमटेड की रेबसाईट https://www.mstcecommerce.com पर उपलबध रहेगा। 7. प्रतयेक िुकान के दलये ऑनलाईन नीलामी में भाग लेने हेतु दनधा्वररत नयूनतम ररज्वर प्राइस की 2 प्रदतशत रादश अमानत रादश के रूप में आरेिन के साथ जमा करायी जानी है। दबड रादश के अनुसार अदतररकत अमानत रादश भी जमा करानी होगी। ऑनलाईन नीलामी में Dynamic अमानत रादश का प्रारधान रखा गया है। 8. सफल बोलीिाता को धरोहर रादश, अदरिम रादर्वक गारनटी रादश एरं रादर्वक लाईसेनस फीस ई-नीलामी के संबंध में दरसततृत दिशा दनिदेश एरं शततों, जो दरभागीय रेबसाईट एरं एम.एस टी.सी. दलदमटेड की रेबसाईट पर उपलबध है, के अनुसार जमा करानी होगी। 9. दनधा्वररत समय में रांद्त रादशयां यथा-धरोहर रादश, अदरिम रादर्वक गारनटी रादश एरं रादर्वक लाईसेंस फीस जमा न कराने पर सरीकृदत दनरसत कर समसत जमा रादश जपतराज की जायेगी। 10. बोलीिाता को ई-नीलामी में भाग लेने से पूर्व दरभागीय रेबसाईट https://excise.rajasthan.gov.in एरं एम.एस.टी.सी. दलदमटेड की रेबसाईट https://www.mstcecommerce.com पर उपलबध आबकारी एरं मधयसंयम नीदत रर्व 2022-23 एरं 2023-24, समसत दिशा-दनिदेश, प्रदक्रया एरं शततों का सारधानीपूर्वक अधययन कर दलया जाना िादहये। 11. मदिरा िुकानों के बनिोबसत हेतु रे ही वयककत ई-नीलामी में भाग ले सकेंगे, जो राजसथान आबकारी अदधदनयम, 1950 एरं इसके अनतग्वत बनाए गए दनयमों, आबकारी एरं मधयसंयम नीदत रर्व 2022-23 र 2023-24 र भारतीय संदरिा अदधदनयम के तहत अनुबनध करने की योगयता रखते हों। इस समबनध में दरसततृत दिशा दनिदेश https://excise.rajasthan.gov.in र https://www.mstcecommerce.com पर उपलबध है। अनय जानकारी हेतु संबंदधत अदतररकत आयुकत जोन एरं दजला आबकारी अदधकारी काया्वलय से समपक्क दकया जा सकता है तथा एम.एस टी.सी. हेलप डेसक पर भी काया्वलय समय में माग्विश्वन दलया जा सकता है। 12. ई-नीलामी के संबंध में अनय प्रारधान आबकारी एरं मद्यसंयम नीदत रर्व 2022-23 र रर्व 2023-24 एरं दिनांक 22.01.2023 के द्ारा नीदत में दकये गये संशोधन अनुसार तथा राजसथान आबकारी अदधदनयम, 1950 एरं इसके अनतग्वत बने दनयम के अनुसार रहेंगे। 13. ई-नीलामी के समबनध में यदि कोई दरराि उतपन्न होता है तो नयादयक क्ेरि संबंदधत दजला ही रहेगा। (कुमार पाल गौ्तम) आबकारी आयुकत, राजसथान DIPR/C/......../2023 Shivendra Parmar Jaipur: In order to end public transport prob- lems, the Transport Department has ap- proved more than two dozen new routes in Jaipur Gazette notifi- cation issued following instructions of the Chief Secretary Usha Sharma. People are facing trouble due to the lack of public transport in Jaipur. Sharma had instructed the officials of the de- partment to explore the possibility of new routes and start them soon. The RTO selected new routes and after getting approval from the traffic control board, the department issued a gazette notifi- cation. A total of 27 new routes have been started in Jaipur. Transport Commis- sioner KL Swamy said that 27 new routes have been approved in Jaipur after conduct- ing a special survey. The new routes are those where the num- ber of commuters is more as compared to the number of vehicles plying. First India Bureau Jaipur: On the occa- sion of Akshaya Triti- ya Parshuram Jayanti, and Eid-ul-Fitr Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has wished the people of the state a healthy life. Governor Kalraj Mishra Assembly Speaker Dr C.P. Joshi on Friday extended greetings to people on the occasion of Parshuram Jayanti, Akshaya Tritiya and Eid-ul-Fitr. Buses on 27 new routes to end commuting woes in Jaipur Sanjay Prajapat Churu: Leader of Oppo- sition Rajendra Rathore was honoured by people in Churu on the occasion of his birthday. On Thursday night, a pro- gramme was held at Gadh Chauraha in Chu- ru wherein the locals garlanded him for be- coming the leader of the opposition. Similarly, blood donation camps were organised at vari- ous places on Friday. While addressing the gathering, BJP leader Rajendra Rathore said that he has family rela- tions with the traders in Churu. “My next step would be to develop Chu- ru city as a smart city and for which I will do everything possible,” said Rathore. Abhishek Shrivastava Jaipur: Various devel- opment works were ap- proved in the project work committee meet- ing of the Jaipur Devel- opment Authority. In the meeting chaired by the JDA commissioner, various works includ- ing the renewal of the road from Jorawar Sin- gh gate to Ramgarh Mod were approved. A sanction of Rs 3.36 crore was given for the works of roads. The roads also include from B2Bypass New Sangan- er road to the railway underpass, missing link from Terminal 2 to Jagatpura. An amount of Rs 4.90 crore was sanc- tioned for streetlights in zone 9, Rs 3.94 crore for shifting of LT/HT lines and electrifica- tion in JDA region, Rs 3.98 crore for street lights in West Way scheme, Rs 3.75 crore for high mask lights in JDA regions. Jaipur (FIB): The state unitof theAAPisadopt- ing the Arvind Kejriwal model to expand its base inRaj.StatePrezNaveen Paliwal has announced 750newblockpresidents while 43 people have been given positions in the state team. At the district level, 264 office bearers have been made. Wings like SC, Educa- tion Transport and othershavebeenformed. Rajendra Rathore honoured by locals on the occasion of his birthday in Churu on Friday. Muslims performing prayer of Jumatul Vida on last Jumma ahead of Eid ul-Fitr at Badi Chopar in Jaipur on Friday. ­ —­ PHOTO BY SANTOSH SHARMA Will develop Churu city as Smart City, says Rajendra Rathore CM Guv greet people on Eid Parshuram Jayanti Various development works approved by JDA Municipal Corp Gr: UD Tax cheques over `97L bounce AAP form wings under various heads First India Bureau Jaipur: Nine Deputy SPs were transferred in Rajasthan on Fri- day.The RPS officers who have been trans- ferred are Majeed Khan - Assistant Com- mandant, 3rd Bn RAC Bikaner, Ashok Ku- mar Meena-Dy SP, Leave Reserve, Civil Rights, Police Head- quarters Jaipur, Anil Sharma - ACP, Control Room Jodhpur Com- missionerate, Ramesh Kumar Sharma - As- sistant Commandant, 1st Battalion RAC Jodhpur, Mukesh Chawda, Dy SP, Police Training School Jodh- pur, Ajay Kumar Ya- dav-Dy SP, PTS Alwar, Bhikaram Yadav - Dy SP, SC/ST Cell District Ganganagar, Sanjeev Kumar Chauhan - Dy SP- Cyber Crime, Bhi- wadi. Of them, 5 RPS offic- ers have been trans- ferred after 2 days. The officers who were pro- moted to Deputy SPs on Wednesday were given posting but 5 of- ficers from that list were transferred again today. Nine Deputy SPs transferred, five officers shifted again NINE IAS OFFICERS OF 2022 BATCH ALLOTTED DISTRICTS FOR TRAINING 9IAS officers of 2022 batch have been allotted districts for training. Jodhpur was allotted to Anshu Priya, Jhalawar to Shubham Ashok, Jalore to Divyansh Singh, Bundi to Mohit Kasania, Hanumangarh to Pri- tam Kumar, Churu to Saksham Goyal, Ajmer to Shrad- dha Gom, Bikaner to Yaksh Chaudhary, Sawai Mad- hopur to Yasharth Shekhar. These officers will work in the districts as Assistant Collectors. The orders were issued by the Department of Personnel. 4 IAS and 3 IPS officers of Rajasthan cadre have been appointed as observers in Karnataka assembly elections. RLP DISSOLVES STATE EXECUTIVE OTHER UNITS The RLP on Friday dissolved all its units including its state executive. According to party, this step has been taken in view of the upcoming assembly elections. The state executive were dissolved in direction by the party con- venor Hanuman Beniwal. First India Bureau Jaipur: In the Jaipur Municipal Corpora- tion Greater, House and UD Tax was col- lected last month to meet the revenue tar- get. Notices were is- sued to people and advance cheques were taken. But many of these cheques have now bounced. Ac- cording to a Munici- pal Corporation re- port, cheques from 123 individuals worth more than Rs 97 lakh have bounced. The names of many big organiza- tions of the city are also in the list whose cheques have bounced. This in- cludes insurance companies, petrol pumps, sweet shops, private offices, etc. The reason behind most of the bounced cheques is insuffi- cient balance. Mali demands 12% reservation, protests pelts stone at police Ravi Katara Bharatpur: A large number of people from Malicommunityblocked Jaipur-Agra national highway in Bharatpur demanding 12 percent separate reservation. The community mem- bers have been demand- ingseparatereservation. They had announced to block Jaipur-Bharatpur National Highway-21 to- day for the demand of reservation in govern- ment jobs and educa- tional institutions. In view of the agita- tion, the police blocked the roads of Ballabh- garh, Halaina, Vair, Aronda, Ramaspur vil- lages connected to the highway since morning. SP Shyam Singh said that the agitators pelted stones at police follow- ing which mild force was used to disperse them. Nadbai MLA Joginder Singh Awana, one of the six BSP turned Congress legis- lators, demanded action against the officials for using force against the agitators and said that the govt should resolve the issue. HARIMOHAN MEENA MEETS SAINI, MALI KUSHWAHA LEADERS Jaipur: Under the chair- manship of Harimohan Meena, Director of the Social Justice and Empowerment Dept, talks were held with the representatives of Saini, Mali and Kushwaha communities in the directorate’s auditorium at Ambedkar Bhavan on Friday. The representa- tives of the Saini com- munity demanded 12 percent reservation, the formation of a separate Luv Kush Welfare Board, a hostel facility for the children of the society, etc. Meena said that Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Welfare Board has been formed by the state govt and Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Day on April 19 has been declared as a state holiday. Meena assured that he would convey their demands to the higher authorities. Police had to take retreat after seeing the agitators protesting in Ballabhgarh area on Friday. The protestors blocked Jaipur- Bharatpur NH-21 demanding reservation in government jobs Joginder Singh Awana demanded action against the officials for using force against the agitators z B2 Bypass Ishan Mar- riage Garden to Nevta Lake. z Cheel Gadi Restaurant B2 Bypass to St. Xa- vier’s College Naveta. z Rawat College Ajmer Road to Malpura Gate. z JECRC to Khaniya Bandha. z Shankar Lal Dhanuka Vidyapeeth to Goner Bus Stand. z Khania Bandha to Sitapura Circle. z Harnathpura to Bindayaka. z Kanakpura Railway Station to Bhankrota. z SKIT College to Naveta. z Sanganer Police Sta- tion to Sirauli. NEW ROUTES APPROVED IN JAIPUR PARSHURAM JAYANTI Leaders along with children lighting a lamp at Parshuram Circle Station on the eve of Parshuram Jayanti in Jaipur on Friday.
  • 3. RAJASTHAN JAIPUR | SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 2023 03 www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia Mahesh Sharma and Bhanwar S Charan Jaipur/Kota: The In- dian Air Force Chief has awarded the Gal- lantry Medal to Wing Commander Deepika Misra who hails from Rajasthan’s Kota. With this, Wing Com- mander Misra became the first woman officer in the Indian Air Force to be presented a gal- lantry award. Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has also congratulated her on the achieve- ment. Gehlot said that Rajasthan is proud of daughter’s high flight. “The country’s first woman Air Force of- ficer who received the gallantry award has brought pride to the en- tire state,” he said. Misra, a helicopter pilot, was conferred a Vayu Sena Medal (Gal- lantry) for an act of “exceptional courage” displayed during a flood relief operation in Madhya Pradesh in August 2021.The opera- tion that included low hover pick-ups and winching lasted for an 8 days and she saved the lives of 47 people, including women and children. Her efforts of bravery and courage not only saved precious lives in a natural ca- lamitybutalsoinstilled senseof safetyamongst common people. Mukesh Mathrani Barmer: A saint had committed suicide by hanging himself in a cowshed in Barmer dis- trict. Before taking the extreme step, the de- ceased saint also made a video and named three people for harass- ing him and blamed them for his extreme step. “They tortured me so much that now I am giving my life, “the saint said in the video he left behind.” Police identified the deceased as Dayalpuri (70), who used to take care of a cowshed in Danta village under Barmer rural police sta- tion area. Incident took place late on Thursday night but staff noticed on early Friday morn- ing at 5 o’clock when they reached there and found Dayalpuri hang- ing. Meanwhile, the video surfaced which was recorded by the Dayalpuri before end- ing his life, and had pur- portedly gone viral on the social media. In the meantime on getting informed police reached at the spot and initiated investigation in the natter. A case un- der section 306 of IPC has been registered. Nirmal Tiwari Jaipur: The 12th edition of the Great Indian Trav- el Bazaar (GITB) will be organized by the Depart- ment of Tourism from April 23 to 25. The travel bazaar will be held in Rambagh Palace where- inforeigntouroperators, representatives of G20 countries and ambassa- dors will take part in panel discussions. Prin- cipal Secretary (Tour- ism) Gayatri Rathore took a meeting in this regard and gave neces- sary directions. Officials from Tour- ism Dept, RTDC, Police Administration, Munici- pal Corporation (Herit- age and Greater), Jaipur Vidyut Vitran Nigam, Medical and Health De- partment, Local Self Government, Archaeol- ogy Department and FICCI were present in the meeting. “ Around 283 Tour Operators (FTOs) from 56 countries will participate in the GITB. There will be about 10,000 B2B meetings with foreign tour operators within two days,” said Gayatri Rathore. Deepika Misra gets IAF Gallantry award 1ST WOMAN IAF OFFICER TO ACHIEVE THIS FEAT Air Chief Marshal V R Chaudhari presenting the Vayu Sena Medal to Wing Commander Deepika Misra on Thursday. Relatives gathered at the spot after receiving information of the suicide in Barmer on Friday morning. Screengrab of video recorded by the Saint Dayalpuri. Saintdiesbysuicide,accuses3invideo RISE IN SUICIDE CASES ACROSS RAJASTHAN RAISE CONCERN Family members of saint files abetment to suicide case, saint had accused accountant couple in video Ramprasad suicide: NCST issues notice to CS, DGP; seeks action taken report BJP demands arrest of accused in Sanjay Pandey suicide case First India Bureau Jaipur: The Nation- al Commission for Scheduled Tribes has sought an action taken report from the Rajasthan chief secretary and police chief on the suicide of a man who blamed local MLA, among others, for his ex- treme step. In its notice issued on Thursday, the NCST said it has tak- en suo moto cogni- sance of the matter and decided to inves- tigate it. Ramprasad Meena hanged him- self in a godown near his house in Chandi ki Taksal area here on Monday . In a video recorded before ending his life, Ramprasad al- leged he was forced to take extreme step. First India Bureau Jaipur: Controversy is increasing in the San- jay Pandey suicide case in Kanota. Relatives created a ruckus on Friday outside the mor- tuary at SMS Hospital. They said that until the accused is arrested, a post-mortem will not be done and the dead body will not be taken. Police officers tried to convince them but talks failed. After this, Rajya Sab- ha MP Kirodilal Mee- na, former BJP state president Ashok Par- nami, city president Raghav Sharma and BJP leader Rajpal Sin- gh Shekhawat reached the spot outside the SMS police station. The BJP workers demanded the arrest of the ac- cused and raised slo- gans against the Ashok Gehlot government. Meena said that this is the failure of the gov- ernment. “There is no such thing as law. San- jay Pandey had to com- mit suicide. Today his family has become homeless. This govern- ment is responsible for all the mess,” he said. CI SUSPENDED, FAMILY ALLOTTED DAIRY BOOTH Jaipur: Taking action in the Ramprasad suicide case, the Heritage Corpo- ration on Friday suspend- ed Vigilance branch’s CI Neeraj Tiwari and a com- mittee has been formed to investigate the matter. The relatives of the deceased have been allotted dairy booths. Heritage Cor- poration Commissioner Vishram Meena said that Tiwari has been suspend- ed. An inquiry committee has been formed under the chairmanship of Additional Commissioner Rajendra Verma to probe the matter. Deceased Sanjay Pandey A dharna was held outside the mortuary of SMS Hosp on Friday. Over 63 people were killed and around 216 were injured in Jaipur Bomb Blast that took place on 13 May, 2008. —FILE PHOTO Broken windshield of the bus, the driver flees from the spot after the accident. IN THE COURTYARD Court rejects bail plea of Jpr bomb blast accused Youth ran over by a low-floor bus in Ramganj First India Bureau Jaipur: A youth was killed in the Ram- ganj area on Friday morning after being hit by a speeding low- floor bus, police said. Police informed the mishap took place at at Ramganj Chaupar. “The youth, aged around 30 years, was crossing the road when a speeding low- floor bus ran over him. The youth was grievously injured in the accident, while bus driver fled from the spot. People gath- ered and alerted the police. An ambu- lance was called and the youth was taken to SMS Hospital. However, the youth died during treat- ment. The youth is yet to be identified,” police said. First India Bureau Jaipur: The Special Court of bomb blast cas- es in Jaipur have reject- ed the bail plea of Mo- hammed Sarwar Azmi, an accused in the 2008 Jaipur Bomb Blast case. Azmi’s counsel argued in the court that in this case he is only accused of criminal conspiracy and the High Court has acquitted the applicant in other cases related to the Jaipur bomb blast and has not considered criminal conspiracy . In this case also the charge sheet, witnesses and facts are identical. Opposing the bail plea, the counsel of the state govt said that this matter is a serious mat- ter involving an elabo- rate criminal conspira- cy . Apart from this case, NIA had recorded state- ments of two accused Yasin Bhatkal and Asa- dullah Akhtar and both have admitted in their statements that Moham- mad Sarwar Azmi along with other accused had carried out bomb blasts. The court, after hearing the arguments, rejected the bail plea. Jaipur: A local court on Friday rejected an application seeking to postpone the general body meeting of Rambagh Golf Club. Metropolitan Magistrate Ashish Bandara rejected the application. The meeting was to be held on April 23 Golf club member Madhukar Chaturvedi had filed an application for making the secretary of the club, Captain Shreyesh Sacheti and secretary Hemsingh Khangarot as parties. Advocate Prashant Chaturvedi, on behalf of the applicant, said that an FIR was lodged at Ashok Nagar police station on December 16, 2021 for embezzlement of Rs 01.48 crore. He said that the meeting was aimed at legalizing illegal work, which should be postponed. Jaipur: In a matter related to election of Paschim Vihar, Devel- opment Committee, Vaishali Nagar, petitioner Balveer Singh Shekhawat got relief from the high court. Justice Narayan Prasad ordered Shekhawat to participate in the post of secre- tary. Advocate AK Jain Associate represented the petitioner. Elections of the Tri-Year Committee are being held after 2016. Shekhawat had filled nominations for the post of Treasurer and Secretary. The list of candidates was released on April 9. The applicant had withdrawn the application for the post of treasurer, which was filled on April 4, only on April 5. APPLICATION SEEKING TO POSTPONE GBM OF RAMBAGH GOLF CLUB REJECTED BY LOCAL COURT BALVEER SINGH SHEKHAWAT GETS RELIEF FROM RAJASTHAN HC IN PASCHIM VIHAR ELECTION CASE 12th GITB to be held from April 23-25
  • 4. s the IPL juggernaut rages on with the tournament close to completing one month, the re- cent week saw the foreign play- ers rule the roost creating major impact for their franchises. Ever since Brendon McCullum hit the first IPL century in the first match itself in 2008, many overseas players like Chris Gay- le and AB de Villiers have cre- ated their own fanfare and thrilled cricket lovers with scin- tillating displays of their talent. IPL may be a cash cow for many foreign players but their pres- ence has also been a catalyst for Indian youngsters as they learn from them and quicken their journey to the national team. The first name that comes to mind for IPL 2023 is Har- ry Brooks who hit this season’s first century for Sunrisers Hy- derabad. His first few m a t c h e s were total failures as he was un- able to live up to the hype that was created after the IPL auc- tion where he was bought by Hyderabad for Rs 13.25 crore. But the England batsman si- lenced his critics by hitting an unbeaten century of just 55 balls against Kolkata Knight Riders in a winning cause. The Orange Cap for leading run scorers is currently with the South African batsman, Faf du Plessis, with 343 runs. He is also the current RoyalChallengersBan- galore captain and has beeninfineform.Inthelast 4gamesthathehasbatted,Faf has scored 3 half centuries and isoneof thereasonsalongwith Kohli’s batting that RCB finds itself with 3 wins out of 6 games. He is 38 years old but has proven that old is gold with his form and fitness. Faf’s presence in a squad full of youngsters should be an opportunity for them to soak his experience and learn the tricks of the trade alongside him. Then there is the curi- ous case of David Warn- er, who hasn’t been in the best of form but still manages to be at number 2 in the top run getters table. His natural flair has been missing in Delhi’s poor campaign this year, where the team has lost 5 out of 6 matches and yet to gain any sort of mo- mentum. The absence of Rishabh Pant and misfiring Mitchell Marsh has meant that Warner has had to take addi- tional responsibility to stabilize the innings in the middle. But it does serve as a great example to many young batting talents that flexibility is the key to longevity in international cricket. Beyond batting brilliance, someoverseasplayershavecome up with phenomenal bowling performances in IPL 2023. Among pacers, England’s Mark Wood is bowling fiery spells in every match for Lucknow Super Giants. Starting their campaign at home. In his debut for the fran- chise, Wood snared the scalps of Prithvi Shaw and Mitchell Marshonback-to-backdeliveries in his very first over. After clinching both wickets, he got more aggressive and fetched a fifer. Since then, he hasn’t looked back and with 11 wickets in 4 matches, he currently ranks sec- ond in the race for Purple Cap. The other pacer who has im- pressed is veteran Kiwi, Trent Boult, who puts up a swing bowl- ing masterclass in almost every game he plays for Rajasthan. He too grabbed two wickets in his first over against Delhi and end- ed with superb figures of 4-1-29-3. The left-arm pacer provides cru- cial breakthroughs at the start, has been a wily threat for all bat- ters and lends a special potency to the Royals attack this season. Among the spinners, it is Rashid Khan who has provided the most amazing spells. His best performance was against Kolka- ta Knight Riders where he man- aged to get a hat-trick. In his first three games, he bagged 8 wickets and though he has slowed down a bit in the last couple of games, the right-arm leggie is at the 3rd spot in the Purple Cap race with 11 wickets in 5 games so far. His wrist spinning abilities in the IPL season have once again un- derlined why Rashid is one of the most feared and featured bowlers in world cricket! More than the learning that Indian domestic players find from rubbing shoulders with the overseas stars, it’s the bonhomie that gets created between crick- eters from all over the world which has been the biggest gain for the game. It’s a win- win for both the fans and the players as it results in evolution of cricket- ing skills with each passing year through the IPL experience! THE VIEWS EXPRESSED BY THE AUTHOR ARE PERSONAL Greetings and best wishes to all civil servants and their families on the Civil Services Day. They have been instrumental in furthering India’s progress prosperity and also helping the citizens. This day is an occasion for them to rededicate themselves in service to the nation. Rajnath Singh @rajnathsingh I am saddened and saddened by the passing away of Odisha’s senior leader, former MP Trilochan Kanungo. His work for the welfare of the people will always be remembered. He also had a special identity as an economist. May the immortal soul rest in peace and express our condolences to the bereaved family. Dharmendra Pradhan @dpradhanbjp SPIRITUAL SPEAK The spirit is beyond destruction. No one can bring an end to spirit which is everlasting.” —Bhagavad Gita TOP TWEETS PERSPECTIVE JAIPUR | SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 2023 04 www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia International Stars Sparkle at IPL 2023 as Orange and Purple Cap Race Hots Up! More than the learning that Indian domestic players find from rubbing shoulders with the overseas stars, it’s the bonhomie that gets created between cricketers from all over the world which has been the biggest gain for the game. It’s a win- win for both the fans and the players as it results in evolution of cricketing skills with each passing year through the IPL experience! A SIDDHAARTH MAHAN The writer is a specialist on Sports and Cinema who works as an actor in the Hindi film industry Vol 4 Issue No. 314 RNI NO. RAJENG/2019/77764. Printed and published by Anita Hada Sangwan on behalf of First Express Publishers. Printed at Bhaskar Printing Press, D.B. Corp Limited, Shivdaspura, Tonk Road, Jaipur. Published at 304, 3rd Floor, City Mall, Bhagwan Das Road, C-Scheme, Jaipur-302001, Rajasthan. Phone 0141-4920504. Editor-In-Chief: Dr Jagdeesh Chandra Editor: Anita Hada Sangwan responsible for selection of news under the PRB Act FAF DU PLESSIS HARRY BROOK MARK WOOD TRENT BOULT RASHID KHAN DAVID WARNER IPL MAY BE A CASH COW FOR MANY FOREIGN PLAYERS ver since Brendon McCullum hit the first IPL century in the first match itself in 2008, many overseas players like Chris Gayle and AB de Villiers have created their own fanfare and thrilled cricket lovers with scintillating displays of their talent. IPL may be a cash cow for many foreign players but their presence has also been a catalyst for Indian youngsters as they learn from them and quicken their journey to the national team. E
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  • 6. JAIPUR | SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 2023 05 www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia
  • 7. INDIA JAIPUR | SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 2023 06 www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia Noida (ANI): Union Sports Minister Anurag Singh Thakur on Fri- day inaugurated Saansad Khel Spardha in Noida and said that this is a great opportu- nity for players to per- form and wished ath- letes a bright future. “The grand inaugura- tion of Sansad Khelo India Spardha at Noida Stadium by the popular MP of Gautam Budh Nagar Lok Sabha con- stituency Shri @dr_ma- heshsharma ji is a great opportunity for sports lovers players. I wish a bright future to all the players participating in various competitions. National internation- al players were present on this occasion. Play- ers will participate in 12 events in this four-day sports event,” Anurag Thakur tweeted. A great opportunity for sports lovers players: Thakur UNION SPORTS MINISTER INAUGURATES SAANSAD KHEL SPARDHA New Delhi (PTI): Prime Minister Naren- dra Modi on Friday said India’s rapid de- velopment would not have been possible without the active par- ticipation of civil serv- ants. Addressing the 16th Civil Services Day, he also said that expec- tations of the global community from India have risen phenome- nally during the last nine years. Global agencies and experts are now saying that India’s time has ar- rived, he noted. “In such a scenario, Indian bureaucracy does not even has a second to waste. I appeal to every bureaucrat, whether from the state govern- ment or the Centre, that country has trust- ed you. It has given you a chance. Uphold that trust in your work,” the prime minister said. Take decisions in national interest, says PM Modi NaddaslamsCongformisleading Karnataka, calls party ‘divisive’ Bidar (Agencies): BJP President JP Nadda slammed the Congress in Bidar on Friday `for misleading’ the people of Karnataka after his last rally , by telling them he had threatened that no central schemes would come to Karnata- ka if there was no “dou- bleengine”government. “What I had said was that if the BJP wins, the money PM Narendra Modi releases will actu- ally be used on the ground. If the Congress wins, the state will be- come an ATM to fill its leaders’coffers,”hesaid. Nadda, who was in the poll-bound state to support CM Basavaraj Bommai in filing his nomination, came back for a road show and pub- lic meeting in Bidar on Friday. Accusing the Congress of spreading discord, Nadda said it carried out divisions on the basis of lan- guage, region and faith. “In their attempts of dividing everything, they themselves ended up being ‘divided’, they ended up having noth- ing” he added. New Delhi (ANI): Fol- lowing the terror at- tack on troops in Jam- mu and Kashmir’s Poonch that claimed the lives of five soldiers the previous day, the Indian Army has launched a massive op- eration on Friday to hunt down a group of around six to seven ter- rorists who are behind this attack. “The Army and se- curity agencies have received inputs about the presence of 6-7 ter- rorists operating in two groups in the Ra- jouri-Poonch sector near the area where the incident took place” defence sources said. Sources said that this group was in- volved in the ambush of the Indian Army ve- hicle yesterday. Poonch attack: Army,Special Forces teams,drones, choppers hunt down terrorists in massive operation New Delhi (Agencies): Addressing the Union Culture Ministry’s Glob- al Buddhist Summit in Delhi Friday , the Dalai Lama said the current situation in Tibet could make one lose hope but thinking of it from the perspective of Buddhist teachingswouldgiveone resilience. The Tibetan Buddhist spiritual lead- er addressed the second and final day of the summit, organised by the culture ministry and an NGO, the Inter- national Buddhist Con- federation. The two-day summit was inaugurat- ed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday . The exiled Ti- betan leader was not present during the inau- gural. Using the help of a translator, the Dalai Lama spoke of his own practice of resting and analytical meditation. ‘Buddhistteachingsgavecourage’ DALAI LAMA ON TIBET @ GLOBAL BUDDHIST SUMMIT Woman injured in firing at Saket court premises New Delhi (Agencies): Awomanwasfiredupon at Saket court in Delhi on Friday . At least 4-5 rounds were fired by the accused,asuspendedad- vocate. The injured woman was taken to a nearby hospital. A per- sonal dispute is said to be the reason for the in- cident. Later, a team of Delhi Police Crime Branch arrested the ac- cused. “The law and or- der situation in Delhi has completely deterio- rated. Instead of creat- ingobstaclesinthework of others and engaging indirtypoliticsonevery issue, everyone should focusontheirownwork. And if they cannot man- age, they should resign so that someone else can do it,” Kejriwal tweeted. Rahul Gandhi to hand over official bungalow today New Delhi (PTI): Con- gress leader Rahul Gandhi on Friday moved out all his be- longings from his offi- cial residence of Tu- ghlaq Lane a day be- fore the last day man- dated by the Lok Sabha notice. Rahul Gandhi will officially hand over the bungalow to the Lok Sabha secre- tariat on April 22. The remaining things were moved out on Friday, a day after his plea for a stay on the conviction in the defamation case was rejected. KHELO INDIA INTRODUCED AT DIFFERENT LEVELS FOR YOUTH TO SHOW TALENT: MIN PM TO LAUNCH DEVP PROJECTS WORTH `27K CR Noida (ANI): Union Minister Anurag Thakur came down to the badminton court and encouraged the players. On this occasion, Thakur said that along with personality develop- ment and character building of children and youth, sports are the pillars of their better future and by keeping them healthy, develop a sense of unity and harmony in society. “PM Modi has sanctioned 3200 cr for Sports infrastructure. Khelo India has been introduced at different levels for youth to show talent. It is because of the initiatives of PM Modi that India had a best- ever performance in the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics with 7 and 19 medals respectively. PV Sindhu bagged a medal for India in Rio as well as Tokyo,” the Union Minister said. New Delhi (PTI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Madhya Pradesh, Kerala and the Union Territory of Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu on April 24 and 25 to inaugurate and lay foundation stones of projects worth more than Rs 27,000 crore. Modi will participate in the National Panchayati Raj Day celebrations at Rewa in Madhya Pradesh, inaugurate the integrated eGramSwaraj and the GeM portal for public procurement at the panchayat level and hand over around 35 lakh “SVAMITVA” property cards to the owners on Mon- day, as per statement issued by the Prime Minister’s Office. New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday granted protection from possible coercive action to the editor and the owner of a news portal in a criminal case lodged against them over allega- tions of spreading fake news about attacks on Bihar migrants in Tamil Nadu. A bench comprising Chief Justice D Y Chandrachud and Justice P S Narasimha, however, refused to consider the plea for quashing of the FIR lodged in Tamil Nadu and asked the editor and the owner of the portal, OpIndia, to move the Madras High Court for the relief. New Delhi: Delhi’s Rohini Court on Friday listed the Kan- jhawala hit-and-drag case for hearing the arguments on the charges levelled against the accused persons on May 25. In this regard, the Delhi police filed a charge sheet against seven accused persons on April 1. Additional Sessions Judge (ASJ) Neeraj Gaur listed the matter of this case for hearing the arguments on the charge against the accused persons on May 25. The case has been assigned to this court by the Principal District and Sessions Judge for further hearing. SC GRANTS PROTECTION FROM COERCIVE ACTION TO EDITOR, OWNER IN ‘FAKE’ NEWS CASE KANJHAWALA HIT DRAG CASE: SESSIONS COURT TO HEAR ARGUMENTS ON MAY 25 IN THE COURTYARD SUPPORT BJP FOR DEVELOPMENT: BOMMAI Home Minister Amit Shah being welcomed by Karnataka CM Basavaraj Bommai, in Bengaluru on Friday. New Delhi (Agencies): Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai on Friday urged citizens to vote the BJP to power to if they want development schemes and reservation ben- efits to continue. “Out of 5 years, BJP got 3 years. One year went in managing Covid, which we did effectively...that’s when the double-engine journey started. We’ve worked to bring the state back on the right economic track,” he said. ‘NO CHALLENGE TO PM MODI IN 2024’ PM CALLS FORMER MIN ESHWARAPPA Patna (PTI): Former JD(U) parliamentary board chief Upendra Kushwaha on Friday asserted that he saw “no challenge” to Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the 2024 Lok Sabha polls. Shivamogga (PTI): Former minister and sitting legis- lator K S Eshwarappa was lauded by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a phone call on Friday for his com- mitment to the BJP. BAIL TO 8 CONVICTS IN GODHRA TRAIN BURNING CASE FORMER MCD COUNCILLOR-NURSE APPROACHES HC New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday grant- ed bail to eight people sentenced to life imprison- ment in the 2002 Godhra train burning case which plunged Gujarat into a communal conflagration. The Supreme Court bench of Chief Justice D Y Chandrachud and Justice P S Narasimha, while granting them the relief took note of the time they have already served and the unlikelihood of their appeals being taken up for disposal anytime soon. New Delhi Former Municipal Councillor has approached the Delhi HC seeking the release of retirement benefits for the service she rendered as a nurse in MCD. Be- fore contesting the MCD election in March 2012, the petitioner was an employee of the MCD and was Public Health Nurse. The Division bench of Justices directed the parties to file their written submissions and judge- ments they rely upon in the matter. Min Anurag Thakur addresses the opening ceremony. The injured woman was taken to a nearby hospital. The summit brought delegates together with the aim of discussing ways of addressing today’s problems through Buddhist teachings. A security personnel lays a wreath at the mortal remains of the soldiers, who lost their lives in a terrorist attack on Friday. Union Minister Anurag Thakur plays badminton during the opening ceremony of ‘Sansad Khel Spardha at Noida Indoor Stadium, Friday. Prime Minister Narendra Modi confers the PM’sAward for Excellence in Public Administration to Baramulla Collector Syed Sehrish Asgar on the occasion of 16th Civil Services Day, in New Delhi, on Friday. BJP National President JP Nadda speaks during his visit to Sri Ramakrishna Ashram, in Bidar on Friday. —PHOTO BY ANI EID MUBARAK! Devotees offer prayers (Namaz) on Jumu’atul-Wida, the last Friday in the month of Ramzan before Eid-ul-Fitr, at Jama Masjid, in Delhi on Friday. —PHOTO BY ANI `1 CR EACH FOR KIN OF SLAIN JAWANS A huge response witnessed from people in support of party candidates 5,102 nominations have been filed by over 3,600 candidates for K’taka polls 4,710 nominations filed by 3,327 male candidates 391nominations were filed by 304 female candidates 707 nominations were filed by candidates who identified themselves with BJP 651 nominations were filed by candidates who identified themselves with Congress 455 nominations filed by JD(S) candidates and rest were from other smaller parties and Independents 5,102 NOMINATIONS FOR MAY 10 POLLS BJP CHIEF HOLDS ROADSHOW IN BIDAR President of India @rashtrapatibhvn Greetings to all civil servants, past and pres- ent, on Civil Services Day! Your service to the nation has been truly commendable. The civil services have upheld the highest values of public administration, as envisaged by Sardar Patel, forming a framework for good gov- ernance. —PHOTO BY PTI —PHOTO BY PTI —PHOTO BY ANI —PHOTOS BY PTI PM hails contribution of civil servants towards nation building
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NEWS JAIPUR | SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 2023 07 www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia कारायालर नगरपाललका अनूपगढ़, जिला श्रीगंगानगर (राि.) आपत्ति सूचना सर्व साधारण को सूचित चकया जाता है चक प्रशासन शहरों के संग अचियान-2021 के दौरान धारा 69(ए)/ राजकीय िूचि आबादी चनयिन/स्टे् गां् एक् के तहत पट्टे जारी करराने हेतु चनम्न आरेदन/पत्ारचियाँ प्रापत हुई है, चजस पर आिजन से आपचति आिंचत्त की जाती है। क्र. सं. आवेदक का नाम, त्पता/पत्त का नाम मय पता पड़ोस द्ारा सीमाबद्ध भूखण्ड संखया आवेदन में भूखण्ड का साईज आवेदन का प्रकार 1. श्ीिती री्ा पत्ी श्ी सुिाष िन्द्र जाचत अरोड़ चनरासी रार्ड नं. 12, हाि रार्ड 17, अनूपगढ़ उतिर - सड़क, दचषिण - सड़क, पूर्व - बजरंग िाि, िाचरका, पश्िि - रािरखा कुि षिेत्फि 1603.58 रग्वफी् याचन 149.03 रग्विी्र धारा 69-ए 2. श्ी रार बिराज चसंह पुत् श्ी दौित चसंह जाचत यादर चनरासी रार्ड नं. 12, हाि रार्ड 17, अनूपगढ़ उतिर - दौित चसंह यादर, दचषिण - रिेश कुिार, दौित चसंह यादर, पूर्व - सड़क, पश्िि - दौित चसंह, राि चकशन कुि षिेत्फि 3388 रग्वफी् याचन 314.86 रग्विी्र धारा 69-ए 3. श्ी रार बिराज चसंह पुत् श्ी दौित चसंह जाचत यादर चनरासी रार्ड नं. 12, हाि रार्ड 17, अनूपगढ़ उतिर - सड़क, दचषिण - बिराज चसंह, पूर्व - सड़क, पश्िि - राि चकशन, रिेश कुिार कुि षिेत्फि 3480 रग्वफी् याचन 323.42 रग्विी्र धारा 69-ए 4. सुश्ी शाना बी पुत्ी श्ी चनराज खां जाचत िुसििान चनरासी रार्ड नं. 12, हाि रार्ड 17 अनूपगढ़ उतिर - जाना बेगि, दचषिण - शािा बी, पूर्व - सड़क, पश्िि - गुिाि कादर कुि षिेत्फि 767.25 रग्वफी् याचन 71.31 रग्विी्र धारा 69-ए 5. सुश्ी शािा बी पुत्ी श्ी चनराज खां जाचत िुसििान चनरासी रार्ड नं. 12, हाि रार्ड 17, अनूपगढ़ उतिर - शाना बी, दचषिण - यासीन खान, पूर्व - सड़क, पश्िि - गुिाि रसूि कुि षिेत्फि 767.25 रग्वफी् याचन 71.31 रग्विी्र धारा 69-ए 6. श्ी िुरनेश कुिार पुत् श्ी कृषण कुिार जाचत अगराि चनरासी रार्ड नं. 12, हाि रार्ड 17, अनूपगढ़ उतिर - पेिा राि, दचषिण - िगत राि, पूर्व - िनसुख, पश्िि - सड़क कुि षिेत्फि 741.5 रग्वफी् याचन 68.91 रग्विी्र धारा 69-ए 7. श्ी िुपेश कुिार पुत् श्ी जगदीश जाचत िहे्ररी चनरासी रार्ड नं. 13, हाि रार्ड 18, अनूपगढ़ उतिर - सड़क, दचषिण - जानकी देरी, जगदीश प्रसाद, पूर्व - कचपि ििाना, नरेन्द्र कुिार पश्िि - जगीर चसंह कुि षिेत्फि 1718.75 रग्वफी् याचन 159.73 रग्विी्र धारा 69-ए 8. श्ी िुपेश कुिार पुत् श्ी जगदीश कुिार जाचत िहे्ररी चनरासी रार्ड नं. 13, हाि रार्ड 18, अनूपगढ़ उतिर - जगदीश प्रसाद, दचषिण - सड़क, चकशन गोसरािी, पूर्व - चदनेश नागपाि, कािू सोनी, चब्ू चिढ्ा, पश्िि - चकशन गोसरािी, राजेन्द्र कुिार िुंजाि कुि षिेत्फि 2524.62 रग्वफी् याचन 234.63 रग्विी्र धारा 69-ए 9. श्ीिती पुषपा रानी पत्ी श्ी रािदास जाचत अरोड़ा चनरासी रार्ड नं. 13, हाि रार्ड 18, अनूपगढ़ उतिर - दीरान िन्द िुघ, दचषिण - ई्रर देरी, पूर्व - सड़क, पश्िि - हनुिान प्रिाद कुि षिेत्फि 1685.27 रग्वफी् याचन 156.62 रग्विी्र धारा 69-ए 10. श्ी किि कुिार पुत् श्ी क्िीरी िाि जाचत अरोड़ा चनरासी रार्ड नं. 13, हाि रार्ड 18, अनूपगढ़ उतिर - देरराज बंसि, राजेन्द्र कुिार, दचषिण - आनन्दी देरी, पूर्व - ओि चगर, पश्िि - सड़क कुि षिेत्फि 2040.56 रग्वफी् याचन 189.64 रग्विी्र धारा 69-ए 11. श्ी पृथरीराज पुत् श्ी चजया राि जाचत सोनी चनरासी रार्ड नं. 13, हाि रार्ड 18, अनूपगढ़ उतिर - परन िुघ, दचषिण - सड़क पूर्व - परिी बाई, पश्िि - रीरिान कुि षिेत्फि 375 रग्वफी् याचन 34.85 रग्विी्र धारा 69-ए 12. श्ीिती चनि्विा देरी पत्ी श्ी नन्द िाि जाचत अरोड़ा चनरासी रार्ड नं. 14, हाि रार्ड 19, अनूपगढ़ उतिर - िंरर िाि नायक, दचषिण - सड़क, पूर्व - अिर िुंजाि, पश्िि - चदनेश कुिार, िचित कुिार कुि षिेत्फि 1601.08 रग्वफी् याचन 148.79 रग्विी्र धारा 69-ए 13. श्ी सोहन िाि पुत् श्ी हुकि िन्द जाचत अरोड़ा चनरासी रार्ड नं. 14, हाि रार्ड 19 अनूपगढ़ उतिर - चिरंजी िाि, आशा देरी, दचषिण - सड़क, पूर्व - कैिाश रानी, पश्िि - िचित कुि षिेत्फि 2946.31 रग्वफी् याचन 273.82 रग्विी्र धारा 69-ए 14. श्ी सुरेन्द्र कुिार पुत् श्ी चकशन िाि जाचत अरोड़ा चनरासी रार्ड नं. 14, हाि रार्ड 19, अनूपगढ़ उतिर - इन्द्र छाबड़ा, दचषिण - सड़क, पूर्व - िाि िन्द सोनी, पश्िि - सुरेश कुिार कुककड़ कुि षिेत्फि 1676.87 रग्वफी् याचन 155.84 रग्विी्र धारा 69-ए 15. श्ीिती पुषपा रानी पत्ी श्ी िन्द्रिान जाचत अरोड़ा चनरासी रार्ड नं. 14, हाि रार्ड 19 अनूपगढ़ उतिर - सड़क, दचषिण - चहमित चसंह कािरा, पूर्व - चहमित चसंह कािरा, पश्िि - इन्द्र छाबड़ा कुि षिेत्फि 1009.87 रग्वफी् याचन 93.85 रग्विी्र धारा 69-ए 16. श्ी करनी चसंह िारण पुत् श्ी हेतूदान चसंह जाचत राजपूत चनरासी रार्ड नं. 9, हाि रार्ड 19, अनूपगढ़ उतिर - सड़क, दचषिण - तीर्व दास छाबड़ा, पूर्व - सड़क, पश्िि - चरजय चसंह, सादुि चसंह कुि षिेत्फि 8251.13 रग्वफी् याचन 766.83 रग्विी्र धारा 69-ए 17. श्ीिती सपना पत्ी श्ी राकेश कुिार जाचत अरोड़ा चनरासी रार्ड नं. 15, हाि रार्ड 21, अनूपगढ़ उतिर - िोहन दास, दचषिण - सड़क, पूर्व - िोिा राि, पश्िि - अचित कुिार कुि षिेत्फि 1785 रग्वफी् याचन 165.89 रग्विी्र धारा 69-ए 18. श्ी राज कुिार पुत् श्ी सोहन िाि जाचत रािगचिया चनरासी रार्ड नं. 15, हाि रार्ड 21, अनूपगढ़ उतिर - िूपेन्द्र चसंह, दचषिण - ओि प्रकाश, पूर्व - हरी चसंह, पश्िि - सड़क कुि षिेत्फि 1894.8 रग्वफी् याचन 176.09 रग्विी्र धारा 69-ए 19. श्ीिती जसचरन्द्र कौर पत्ी श्ी ििकीत चसंह जाचत चनरासी रार्ड नं. 15, हाि रार्ड 21, अनूपगढ़ उतिर - िूरा राि, दचषिण - चदनेश, पूर्व - सड़क, पश्िि - जीत चसंह कुि षिेत्फि 1176.09 रग्वफी् याचन 109.30 रग्विी्र धारा 69-ए 20. श्ी संजय कुिार पुत् श्ी चबहारी िाि जाचत अगराि चनरासी रार्ड नं. 15, हाि रार्ड 21, अनूपगढ़ उतिर - बेगा राि, दचषिण - िुकेश, पूर्व - ििकीत चसंह, पश्िि - सड़क कुि षिेत्फि 2023.87 रग्वफी् याचन 188.09 रग्विी्र धारा 69-ए इसचिए, इनके द्ारा सिसत समबशन्धत वयशकतयों को सूचित चकया जाता है चक यचद चकसी वयशकत के पास राजसरान नगरपाचिका अचधचनयि, 2009 की धारा 69-क के अधीन पूण्व सराचितर पट्ा अचधकार अचिप्रापत करने के चिए नगरपाचिका के पषि िें आरेदक द्ारा िूचि के अचधकार अभयप्वण करने की अनुज्ा की िंजूरी के समबन्ध िें कोई आषिेप है तो रह इस नोच्स के प्रकाशन के 7 चदरस के िीतर चकसी िी काय्व चदरस िें काया्विय सिय के दौरान अद्ोहसताषिरकता्व के सिषि सिर्वक दसतारेजों के सार अपने आषिेप प्रसतुत कर सकेगा एरं कचनष्ठ अचियंता की ररपो््ड उपरान्त एरं दसतारेजों की जाँि उपरान्त आगािी काय्वराही चनषपाचदत की जारेगी। उपयु्वकत चनयि सिय के िीतर चकसी आषिेप के अिार िें यह सिझा जायेगा चक चकसी वयशकत को कोई आषिेप नहीं है और िाििे का तद्ुसार चनप्ारा चकया जायेगा। यह सूिना िेरे हसताषिर और िुहर के अधीन आज चदनांक 19/04/2023 को जारी की गयी। नोट:- उकत आरेचदत िूखणरों अररा आरेदकों एरं आरेदकों के परररार के सदसय के नाि से यचद पूर्व िें कच्ी बसती षिेत् िें सरवेषिण चकया गया है तो नगरपाचिका िें सूचित करें अन्यरा 69-ए, राजकीय िूचि कबजा चनयिन, स्टे् गां् एक् के तहत् पट्ा चनषपादन की काय्वराही की जारेगी। क्रिांकः-चनयिन शाखा/प्र.श.स.अ.-2021/आपचति सूिना/2023-24/219 चदनांक : 19/04/2023 (त्प्रयंका बैलाण) अधयषि नगरपाचिका अनूपगढ़ (सनदीप त्बश्ोई) अचधशाषी अचधकारी नगरपाचिका अनूपगढ़ कारायालर नगर पाललका ननवाई, जिला (टोंक) क्रमांक : न.पा.नन./2022-23/728 निनांक: 20/04/2023 आवासीर भूखण्ों की नीलामी सूचना सर्वसाधारण को सूनित नकया जाता है नक नगर पानिका क्षेत्र ननराई में पानिका की अनुमोनित शयामाप्रसाि मुखजजी नगर आरासीय योजना के आरासीय भूखण्ड नीिषे िन््वत भूखण्ड र साईज अनुसार ननमांनकत निरसों में नरक्रय नकयषे जायेंगषे। नजसका बययौरा एरं नीिामी की ्ततें काय्व निरस में काया्विय में िषेखी जा सकती है। उकत नीिामी ननधा्वररत निनांक प्रात: 11:00 बजषे सषे सांय 6:00 बजषे तक मयौका स्थि पर ही राजस्थान नगर पानिका भूनम ननषपािन ननयम 1974 के प्रारधानों के अनतग्वत सार्वजननक नीिामी सषे आरासीय भू-खण्ड नरक्रय नकयषे जायेंगषे। इच्छुक बोिीिाता ननधा्वररत निनांक को 2:00 बजषे तक अमानत रान् जमा करा कर बोिी में भाग िषे सकतषे हैं। भूखण्डों की बोिी 03 बजषे सषे प्रारमभ की जाकर उसी निनांक की अंनतम भूखण्ड की बोिी समाप्त तक रखी गई है। भूखण्ड नजस स्थान र नजस पस्थनत में होंगषे उसी पस्थनत मषे नरक्रय नकयषे जायेंगषे, नजनका नरररण ननमानुसार है। क्र. सं. भूखण्ड संख्या सयाईज प्रत्येक भूखण्ड (वर्गरज में) आरक्षित दर तयादयाद भूखण्डों की संख्या अमयानत रयाक्ि नीलयामी की क्तक्ि 1 73, 82, 85, 88, 89, 162, 267, 273 30x60 4950 16 50000 05.06.2023 2 52, 173 25x50 3 210, 213, 215, 225, 229, 257 30x64 नीलयामी िततें 1. बोिी िगानषे सषे पूर्व बोिीिाता को प्रतयषेक भूखण्ड हषेतु ननधा्वररत अमानत पृ्थक-पृ्थक जमा होनषे पर बोिी में भाग िषे सकेंगषे। उकत धरोहर (अमानत) रान् नगि / जररयषे ्डी्डी जमा करराना अननराय्व होगा। 2. यह भूनम नरक्रय राज. नगर पानिका भूनम ननषपािन ननयम 1974 के ननयम सषे सं्ोधन 02 को 2010 र उनके जारी पररपत्रों के अनतग्वत की जा रही है। 3. नीिामी बोिी में कॉन्वर ्िाॅट पर अपनतम नीिामी की 10 प्रनत्त अनतररकत रान् िषेय होगी। 4. नजस वयपकत के नाम अमानत रान् की रसीि कटेगी पानिका द्ारा उसी वयपकत के नाम का पट्ा जारी नकया जायषेगा। नाम में नकसी प्रकार का सं्ोधन नहीं नकया जारषेगा। 5. उच्चतम बोिी िगानषे रािषे को नीिामी नक निनांक सषे तीन काय्व निरस के भीतर अपनी बोिी का 15 प्रनत्त रान् जमा करना अननराय्व होगा। 6. सफि बोिीिाता द्ारा बोिी की रकम का 35 प्रनत्त भाग नीिामी निनांक सषे 120 निरस के अनतग्वत जमा करना आरशयक होगा त्था ्षेष 50 प्रनत्त रान् नीिामी निनांक सषे 180 निरस के अनतग्वत जगा करना आरशयक होगा। असफि रहनषे पर बोिी सरीकार करनषे की नतन्थ सषे मूि रान् पर 15 प्रनत्त प्रनतरष्व की िर सषे बयाज प्रभाररत नकया जायषेगा। सफि बोिीिाता द्ारा न्डमाण्ड की निनांक सषे 15 निरस समपूण्व रान् जमा करानषे पर 01 प्रनत्त रान् की ्ूट िषेय होगी। 7. भूखण्ड 99 रष्व िीज होल्ड पर अरबन सषेटिमषेनट ग्ाउण्ड रषेट के आधार पर नरक्रय नकया जायषेगा, नजसकी िीज रान् आरासीय आरनक्त िर की 2.50 प्रनत्त ननयमानुसार क्रेता को जमा करानी होगी। 8. िीज ्डी्ड ्ाशरत पत्र का नरनधरत पंजीयन करराना अननराय्व होगा, नजसके सटामप र नक्ा एरं रनजसट्ी का वयय भूखण्ड क्रेता का होगा। 9. बोिी सरीकार / असरीकार करनषे का अनधकार अधयक् एरं अनध्ाषी अनधकारी नगर पानिका ननराई के पास सुरनक्त रहषेगा, नजसका कारण बताना आरशयक नहीं होगा। 10. 03 रष्व की अरनध के अनिर ननयमों के अनतग्वत नक्ा सरीकृत करराकर क्रेता को भरन ननमा्वण करराना होगा। यनि 03 रष्व की अरनध में भरन ननमा्वण नहीं करराया गया तो जमा करायी गई समपूण्व रान् को पानिका द्ारा जबत कर निया जारषेगा। 11. पानिका द्ारा रान् जबत कर भूखण्ड को ननरसत कर अपनषे कबजषे में िषे निया जायषेगा त्था पुनः नीिाम कर निया जारषेगा। 12. भूनम के माननित्र एरं ्ततें / प्रनतबनध र समसत जानकारी नकसी भी काय्व निरस में काया्विय सूिना पट्ट पर िषेखी जा सकेगी। 13. उपरोकत भूखण्डों का मयौके पर क्षेत्रफि कम या जयािा होगा तो उसके अाधार पर ही रान् जमा करानी होगी। 14. समयारनध घटानषे-बढ़ानषे का अनधकार नीिामी सनमनत के पास सुरनक्त रहषेगा। अध्षि अक्िियाषी अक्िकयारी नगर पानिका ननराई नगर पानिका ननराई Vikas Sharma Jaipur: The controver- sy over the Right to Health Bill has not set- tled down yet and medi- cal teachers have start- ed a new agitation. This time, it is for a 10-point demand letter, includ- ing increase in consul- tation fees. Doctors want that not only their fees for attending pa- tients at home should be doubled, but they should also be allowed to perform private op- erations. The faculty of all Govt Medical Col- leges put on a black band beginning Friday . Doctors said that in the year 2011, the gov- ernment had fixed the fees for visiting pa- tients at home, which is still the same despite inflation hitting every sector. Medical faculty starts new row, seeks to raise consultation fees Doctors likely to agitate again, seek house cum hospital facilities Health Department officials handed over the SOTO Scotch Gold Award-2022 to Parsadi Lal Meena on Friday. Jaipur: Health Min Parsadi Meena on Friday directed to form a committee to resolve the demands of medical teachers including separate cadre for Rajasthan Medical Education Services, revision in academic allowance and high risk allow- ance. A delegation of the doctors under the banner of RMCTA met the health minister and raised their demands. After discussion, the minister assured them to form a committee to look into their demands so that solution can be found. PARSADI MEETS DOCTORS, FORMS COMMITTEE TO RESOLVE DEMANDS OF MEDICAL TEACHERS DOCTORS’ CONSULTATION FEE Doctors Existing Proposed fee increase in fee Asst Professor `100 `200 Associate Prof `125 `300 Professor `150 `400 Senior Professor `200 `500  Formation of separate cadre of Rajasthan Medical Education Services  Senior medical teacher should be appointed on post of DGME and Director  Another promotion to the post of Higher Admin- istrative Grade after Senior Professor  In 7-Pay Commission, the discrepancy arising in basic pay of equivalent medical teachers who did not take NPA and did not take it, should be removed  Between 2014-2018, due payment should be given from the effective date of DACP promotion  Revision in academic allowance, introduction of high risk allowance  Consultancy fees to be attached to DA with 10% annual raise  Transfers should be stopped for NMC inspec- tion, permission to travel abroad should be ob- tained from the principal’s office only. DEMANDS OF MEDICAL TEACHERS Twitter takes back blue tick, worries in Raj political circle First India Bureau Jaipur: The effect of paid subscription of blue ticks on Twitter has now started coming to fore as ‘Blue ticks’ of many leaders has been removed from their Twitter handle. Among those, whose authentication blue ticks have been re- moved are Chief Minis- ter Ashok Gehlot, Lead- er of Opposition Rajen- dra Rathore, BJP State President CP Joshi, Dr. Satish Poonia, Minis- ters Ashok Chandna, Pratap Singh Khachari- awas, RCA President Vaibhav Gehlot, Gover- nor Kalraj Mishra, offi- cial account of Raj Bhavan, Agriculture Minister Lalchand Ka- taria, Minister of State for Agriculture Market- ing Murarilal Meena, official account of Jaipur Airport, official account of North West- ern Railway . However, the blue tick of Vasundhara Ra- je’s handle has not been removed. Moreover, Ra- jasthan Police gets ‘grey’ tick on social me- dia platform Twitter as does all district police’s handles. Notably, the ‘grey’ tick means certi- fied government organ- ization. PAYING TRIBUTE Assam Governor Gulab Chand Kataria paying tribute to former Governor of Assam, Lt. Gen. Ajay Singh in New Delhi on Friday. Kataria also expressed his condolences on the occasion. SHO suspended in Jodhpur youth beaten, paraded naked case First India Bureau Jodhpur: The Jodhpur Police Commissioner Ravi Dutt Gaur on Friday sus- pended SHO of Mahaman- dir Police Station, Harish Solanki, following a youth was beaten and paraded naked in Bhadwasiya Fruit Market over a petty issue. The Rajasthan State Commission for Protec- tion of Child Rights (RSCPCR) have also taken cognizance in the matter. Sources informed the vic- tim had come by auto-rick- shaw at Bhadwasiya fruit market in Jodhpur. “While overtaking the auto-rickshaw, the miscre- ants entered an argument with auto-rickshaw driver. Meanwhile, the auto-rick- shaw driver fled from the spot and miscreants start- ed beating the boy. The miscreants stripped the boy and paraded naked in fruit market. The video of incident also went viral on social media, following which, the Jodhpur Com- missioner suspended the SHO,” sources informed. Mother-daughter jump into well in Rajsamand Ashish Choudhary Rajsamand: Awoman along with her infant daughter jumped into a well and committed suicide in Rajsamand on Thursday night, po- lice said. Police in- formed the incident took place in Pawda village under Charbu- ja Police Station area. “The woman, identi- fied as Rekha, jumped into the well along with her one-and-half year daughter and committedsuicide.Vil- lagersgatheredaround the well and alerted the police. However, the bodies could not be taken out on Thursday night due to the dark. Divers from Rajsa- mand and Udaipur were called and the bodies were fished out. The dead bodies have been kept in mortuary . The reason behind the suicide is yet to be as- certain,” police said. Shiv Prakash Purohit Jodhpur: The two-day Millets Conference and Exhibition under the joint aegis of Min- istry of Food and Pro- cessing Industries, Government of India, New Delhi and Knowl- edge Chamber of Com- merce and Industries, Gujarat concluded at Kajri Complex in Jodhpur on Friday . Union Minister Ga- jendra Singh Shekha- wat was present in the programme as the chief guest. Union Minister of State for FoodProcessingIndus- tries Prahlad Singh Patel and MoS Agricul- ture and Farmers Wel- fare Kailash Chaud- hary were present as special guests. Shekha- wat said that the Green Revolution was mainly focused on wheat and rice and it reached everyhousehold,while earlier millet used to be the main foodgrain in Rajasthan. ❍ MILLETS CONFERENCE EXHIBITION Two-day Millets festival concludes in Jodhpur Kota: The Government Railway Police (GRP) has recovered Rs 97 lakhs from youth at Kota Railway Station. The youth could not give any satisfactory answer about the amount, following which, the GRP seized the amount and informed the Income-Tax dept. GRP Police Station SHO Manoj Kumar Soni informed that a campaign is being undertaken to pre- vent crimes related to drug trafficking. “it is suspect- ed that money could be related to money launder- ing,” police said. The youth is being questioned. Bundi/Baran: The ACB arrested a govt doctor who was accused of demanding bribe for preparing a medi- co legal report in a one-year-old case. ACB sleuths informed that Dr Deen Dayal Meena, posted as senior doctor in Govt Hospital (Bundi) was arrested from Kota bus stand. The accused was produced before a court and sent to JC. In Baran, the ACB on Friday nabbed a gram-sevak and sarpanch on charges of embezzlement of lakhs of rupees meant for MNREGA works. ACB said that then Gram Sevak of the Javtikala Hiralal Nama and Sarpanch Babulal Verma have been arrested. GRP RECOVERS AMOUNT OF `97 LAKHS FROM YOUTH AT KOTA RAILWAY STATION GOVT DOCTOR IN BUNDI, GRAM SEVAK, SARPANCH IN BARAN NABBED BY ACB NEWS DIGEST Gajendra Shekhawat, Prahlad Patel, Kailash Choudhary in Jodhpur on Friday.
  • 9. Shubham Jain Ajmer:Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot attended the second and last day of the Mega Job Fair be- ing organised by the Skill, Planning and En- trepreneurship Depart- ment at Chandravardai Stadium in Ajmer on Friday. During this, he also handed over ap- pointment letters to the youth. Gehlot honoured the company represent- atives who gave jobs as cheques of Rs 50,000 were also given to two women as assistance. CM Gehlot while ad- dressing the pro- gramme said that he has come only for the job fair. “From this you can guess how impor- tant the job fair is. The challenges today are in- flation and unemploy- ment. Earlier China had the largest population, now according to the figures coming in, India has become the most populous country. The population has in- creased, but it is very important to get em- ployment and increase investment. More than 3 lakh jobs are being cre- ated and one and a half lakh have been em- ployed,” he said. Gehlot said that every government has a limit to give government jobs. “There is a desire to cre- ate such an atmosphere in Rajasthan that in- vestment will increase here so that industry will be set up. If Ra- jasthan moves ahead in every field, it will be number one. Thinking this, we are working. Be it a village or a city in Raj, there is no dearth of talent here. Ra- jasthan has made pro- gress in the field of edu- cation. The Rajasthan government is spending Rs 22,000 crore annually on health,” he said. The government has announced that it will give a loan of Rs 50,000 to five lakh youth, but the bankers are not co- operating. “Rajasthan is emerging Rajasthan. Records have been set in many fields. Most of the work has started happening online. Where there is peace and harmony, only they move forward. Be it family, society, village, state and country. The gap between rich and poor is increasing in the country . This should not happen. We are go- ing to set up inflation relief camps and do so- cial work in these camps. 100 camps will be organised and big companies will also come. Congratulations to those who have got jobs,” the CM said. First India Bureau New Delhi: SunilArora graced the first Delhi Management Associa- tion “Chat Chai” ses- sion as the Chief Guest, on Friday in New Delhi. Arora, in his chief guest address said that “From Sarees to Stripes” was one of the most encour- aging, well-written and well thought out and well researched books he has ever read. Sunil Arora, Ex Chief Election Commissioner of India also served as Chairman and Manag- ing Director of Indian Airlines and as a Joint Secretary in the Minis- try of Civil Aviation, GoI. With a career as a bureaucrat that spans almost four decades, he illustrates his versatile ability to move seam- lessly across domains. He was invited to the conferencebyAnuradha Sharma, Vice President of the Delhi Manage- mentAssociation,dueto his keen interest in Avi- ation Industry . The Marquee fireside chat included Capt Man- isha Puri Former Air India Captain and au- thor of the recently launched book, “From Sarees to Stripes”, in conversation with Rash- mi Soni, VP and Head - Corporate Communica- tions, Tata SIA Airlines Ltd. Arora shared the im- portant elements that the book highlighted - that working women are able to accomplish any- thing - their career, mar- riage, motherhood, and many other such rela- tionships, and their fear should be recognised. Hecommendedthecour- age and spontaneous de- cisions that pilots need to make while facing challenges in the cock- pit. Arora announced that he is writing a tril- ogy of books with Rupa Publications, covering his professional experi- ences. His most inspir- ing experience was the years he spent as CMD of Indian Airlines. Capt. Manisha said that “From Sarees to Stripes,” is her genuine effort to bring out histo- ry record it on paper. If there is a positive change that you want in your life , first focus your awareness on that particular weakness and understand it. —Dr Jagdeesh Chandra, CEO Editor-in-Chief, First India JAIPUR | SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 2023 www.firstindia.co.in I https://firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur I twitter.com/thefirstindia I facebook.com/thefirstindia I instagram.com/thefirstindia 08 2NDFRONT POSTAL REG NO. JPC/004/2022-24 Rajendra Chhabra Jaipur: The 2004 batch IAS, Ravi Kumar Sur- pur took the charge of Commissioner, Com- mercial Taxes in April 2022 at ‘Kar Bhawan’. At that time, the finan- cial year had just start- ed and this is a coinci- dence that with the completion of finan- cial year, Surpur has completed one year on the post. In this one year, Sur- pur has created a re- cord as he has collected a whopping Rs 33,000 crore in GST. This is a twenty three percent growth over previous year (2021-22) and therefore, it is a huge achievement of the de- partment. Prior to Cov- id-19, the GST collec- tion stood at Rs 21,000 crore and during the covid- 19 year, this fell down to Rs 20,000 crore. Ravi Kumar Surpur has achieved this feat under the direction and guidance of ACS Finance, Akhil Arora. Surpur is a silent per- former, who has been working for the past one year with immense dedication. He has a long experience of Fi- nance Department as in the year 2008, he has served as Deputy Sec- retary of the Depart- ment. From 2019 to 2022, he was on deputation to Karnataka and as he returned to the State cadre, the State gov- ernment gave him the responsibility of Com- missioner, Commer- cial Taxes; a responsi- bility, which he has carried out excellent- ly! Surpur creates record, gets 33k cr in GST collection in merely 365 days! StateGovtworkingtomakeRaj numberoneineveryfield:CM Gehlot: India has become the most populous country, it is important to get job CM has developed Raj in every field due to which, it has become a model: Chandna CM Ashok Gehlot distributes offer letter to a participant during the Mega Job Fair at Chandarvardai Stadium in Ajmer on Friday. Also seen are Ashok Chandna, Dharmendra Rathore, Pukhraj Parashar, PC Kishan, and others. CM Ashok Gehlot distributes Job offer letter to a participant during the Mega Job Fair at Chandarvardai Stadium in Ajmer on Friday. Also seen here is Ashok Chandna. Jaipur: The Rajasthan government has decided to extend the term of its ambi- tious Indira Gandhi Urban Credit Card Scheme for one more year, till the end of this financial year. Along with this, the age limit for apply- ing in the scheme has also been increased to 60 years. The scheme was started with the aim of providing interest- free loans to urban street vendors and service sector youth and unemployed youth for self-employment and for their daily needs. The government has decided to extend the term of the credit card scheme till March 31, 2024, a release said. Earlier, the duration of this scheme was till 31 March 2023. Jaipur: CM Ashok Gehlot has approved a financial proposal of Rs 2.36 crore for expansion of neces- sary facilities in various prisons of the state. With this amount, 6 minibuses and 10 ambulances will be purchased for various jails in Raj. With this approval, 26 or 32 seater minibuses will be made available in Central Jail Shyalawas, District Jail Dholpur, Hanuman- garh, Bundi, Sikar and Bhilwara. Also, to expand the medical facilities for prisoners, it has been decided to procure 10 ambulances. Jaipur: 500 new mobile units will be formed in Police Department and this service will be linked to “Dial 100/112” in Rajasthan. CM Gehlot has approved a pro- posal to form 500 new mobile units on the lines of 108 ambulances for strengthening and modernisation of the Police Dept, according to a release. These mobile units will be linked to Abhay Command Centre (Dial 100/Dial 112). Each unit will have 1 head constable and 2 constables. For formation of these units, 500 vehicles are proposed to be taken on service model. About Rs 60 crore will be spent on its operation. CM APPROVES FINANCIAL PROPOSAL OF `2.36 CR FOR FACILITIES IN STATE PRISONS CM GEHLOT APPROVES 500 MOBILE UNITS FOR POLICE DEPARTMENT INDIRA GANDHI URBAN CREDIT CARD SCHEME’s TERM TILL MAR 2024 Yogesh Sharma Jaipur: PCC President Govind Singh Dotasara on Friday, downplayed the ongoing internal tussle in party after for- mer deputy CM Sachin Pilot opened a front against CM Ashok Ge- hlot and held a day long fast last week, saying that all are one. He also said that if a leaderisnotfoundpopu- lar in his constituency in the party’s pre-poll survey, then he should not get a ticket even if it isanyoneincludinghim. While talking to re- porters here, Dotasra said, “I am a man of the organisation and will take all the people of the organisation along. Today I can say that we are all united and are strengthening the Con- gress.” Dotasra said that Pi- lot has already said that he has conveyed his point to the high com- mand and at the same time, AICC in-charge for Raj Sukhjinder Randhawa has also con- veyed my point to the high command. On the chances of cabinet re- shuffle before polls, Do- tasara said, “Cabinet reconstitution is CM’s prerogative, but possi- bilities always exist.” On allotment of tick- ets in polls, he said “Who will go among the public and serve them will get the ticket.” Dotasra: Party would give tickets only to those who serve public Plaint against Chatraram for hurting religious sentiments WORKING WOMEN ARE ABLE TO ACCOMPLISH ANYTHING: ARORA In Conversation with Rashmi Soni, VP-Vistara and Capt Manisha Puri - Author of ‘From Sarees to Stripes’, while Anuradha Sharma Vice President of DMA addresses the audience. Jaipur: An interesting aspect related to Con- gress star campaigner list for Karnataka polls has come to fore. The list of star campaigners for assembly polls was released recently and names of almost all vet- eran Congress leaders were in the list along with CM Ashok Ge- hlot’s name. But Sachin Pilot’s name was miss- ing from the list. Pilot camp was di- appointed over it. Pi- lot’s name was included in list of star campaign- ers for Jalandhar LS polls. However, Gehlot’s name features in both lists i.e. K’taka and Ja- landhar. One of Pilot’s supporters said, “Pilot has gone far away from all these things. Wheth- er his name is in the list of star campaigners or not, all these things are redundant now. And in the next few days, he can take some decisive step.” First India Bureau Kota: Lok Sabha Speak- er Om Birla will be on a five-day visit to his Lok Sabha constituency , Kota from today . As per the schedule, Birla will hold a public hearing at 10 am today and later visit the Canvas and Chechat area. He will also attend the mass marriage ceremony of Hadauti Shri Phoolmali Samaj at Devdham Ki- talheda located on Kota- Sangod Road at 2 pm. On Sunday, Speaker Birla will participate in the Shobha Yatra or- ganised as part of Lord Parshuram Prakatya Mahotsav at 4 pm. On Monday , he will interact with the people of the Sultanpur area at Nama Marriage Garden. Like- wise, on Tuesday, he will interact with the people of the Kapren region at the Nikhil Agro campus in Ka- pren. First India Bureau Kota: The public is get- ting all the benefits from development works being done in both the areas. UDH Minister Shanti Dhari- wal said that during the ‘Haath se Haath Jodo’ campaign, took stock of development works. He further added that the work done by Con- gress Govt in Kota is praiseworthy as the ar- eas from where ‘yatra’ is passing, development is visible,” he said. Om Birla on a five-day visit to Kota from today ‘Devp works done by Cong govt in Kota praiseworthy’ ‘Pilot can take decisive step in next few days’ First India Bureau Chittorgarh/Jodh- pur: A police complaint has been filed against vice chairman of state denotified nomadic and semi nomadic tribes welfare board Chat- raram Deshbandu for making derogatory re- marks against lord Ram in Chittorgarh district. SHO Kapasan Gajen- dra Singh said that an advocate gave a com- plaint against Desh- bandhu accusing him of hurting religious sentiments. He said that FIR hasn’t been registered and matter was being probed. Fur- ther action will be tak- en based on the facts emerging during initial probe. The SHO said that Deshbandu is ac- cused of using deroga- tory language against Lord Ram during a Kan- jar Mahapanchayat or- ganised near Kapasan town on April 18, a vid- eo of which went viral. The controversial reamrk of V-P of Ghumantu Board Chata- ram Deshbandhu on Lord Ram has brought Raj politics on a boil. After reaching Jodhpur on Friday, Chataram repeated his remark say- ing, “I still stand by my statement. This thing has been said by South Indian writer Periyar Ramaswamy. This thing has been mentioned in second Ramayana.” Mentioning about film PK, he said, “When Lord Shiva could run here there with his Damru, it seems that wrong number is still being dialled.” I STILL STAND BY MY STATEMENT: CHATRARAM Sunil Arora, Ex CEC with (L to R) Rashmi Soni-VP Head Corporate Communications Tata SIA Airlines, Capt Manisha Puri - Author of ‘From Sarees to Stripes’, Anuradha Sharma - VP of Delhi Mgmt Assn at ‘Chat Chai,’ an interactive session at the DMA office, Indian Habitat Centre in New Delhi on Friday.