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flesh, but the Spirit
gives birth to spirit.
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Pleased to speak to
FM @JanLipavsky of
Czech Republic. A good
conversation on our bilateral ties,
on important global issues and on
our multilateral cooperation. Look
forward to seeing him at #UNGA78.
Dr. S. Jaishankar
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Congratulations to India’ rising star
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swimmer on setting the new Best Indian Time in
the Men’s 400m Individual Medley event en route
to securing a SILVER MEDAL at the 2023 Youth
Commonwealth Games.
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IN-DEPTH
CONTAMINATED
COUGH SYRUPS
BRING BAD NAME
n a setback to the image of India and its phar-
maceutical industry the World Health Or-
ganisation (WHO) issued a warning over one
batch of India-made cough syrup after it was found
to be “contaminated” and “unsafe” for consumption.
The Cold Out syrup which was being sold in Iraq is
manufactured by Fourrts (India) Laboratories for
Dablife Pharma. Four months back, in April, WHO
had issued an alert against another India-made cough
syrup sold in Marshall Islands and Micronesia. Ear-
lier, WHO flagged contamination in cough syrups
sold in Cameroon, Gambia and Uzbekistan. In total,
seven India-made cough syrups have been found to
be contaminated.
After the Gambia and Uzbekistan the Union Health
Ministry swung into action to enforce regulatory
checks more strictly. After the deaths of dozens of
children in Gambia and Uzbekistan, the Central
Drugs Standard Control Organisation directed that
laboratories “should give “top priority” to testing
cough syrup meant for export. Obviously, there are
loopholes if a contaminated batch still sneaks out.
I
APEX COURT ORDER
A HEALING TOUCH
he Supreme Court’s judgment on Manipur
covers every aspect of recent events but what
is of special significance is the formation of
three former women judges to look into the humani-
tarian aspects of the clashes. This is perhaps for the
first time that former women judges of high courts
have been assigned such a noble task. The panel will
be led by Justice (retired) Gita Mittal, former Chief
Justice of the J&K High Court, Justice (retired) Sha-
lini P. Joshi of the Bombay High Court and Justice
(retired) Asha Menon of the Delhi High Court. To-
gether, they are expected to provide a much-needed
healing touch to the
victims of violent
clashes between the
Meiteis and Kukis.
Women judges can
do this job far more
empathetically than
male judges and the
panel, besides other
measures, would go a
long way in restoring
people’s faith in the
rule of law so badly
shatteredbythestate’s
initial indifference.
ABench headed by
Justice DY Chandra-
chud,theChiefJustice
of India, the judicial
panel will look into
relief and rehabilita-
tion of the affected
people who are still
struggling to start a
normal life. The other
confidence-building
measure taken by the
Bench, which also included Justices JB Pardiwala and
Manoj Misra, was to appoint former Mumbai Police
CommissionerDattatrayPadsalgikartooverseetheCBI
probe into incidents of sexual violence, the video of at
leastoneofwhichrockedthenation’sconscience.After
the Supreme Court’s strong directives the people of
Manipur can hope for justice. How the Meitei-Kuki
chasm will be narrowed remains to be seen.
T
The Supreme Court’s
judgment on
Manipur covers
every aspect of
recent events but
what is of special
significance is the
formation of three
former women
judges to look into
the humanitarian
aspects of the
clashes. This is
perhaps for the first
time that former
women judges of
high courts have
been assigned such
a noble task
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mid the de-
bris strewn
across the
roads of
Nuh, several
questions areseeminglybe-
ing stoked and are awaiting
replies galore. What has
surprised all is how the lar-
gescale violence took place
in the area and the subse-
quent and collective role of
the intelligence and the
men in khakee which are
being questioned widely.
It has also raised ques-
tions on what the state
Home Minister Anil Vij
had to say on Sunday.
“Bhai, Nuh ke bare me aab
jo batayenge, mukhy-
amanti ji batayenge… unhi
ke paas sari soochnaye hai.
Mujhe nahin kuchh bhi
pata (Brother, now only
the chief minister will tell
about the Nuh incident. I
have no information).”
Talking to journalists in
Ambala, he went on to say,
“Jo kuchh maine kehna tha
mein keh chuka (I have
said whatever I had to say
(on Nuh)”. If the state
home minister says he has
nothing to say and the CM
will talk in this regard,
what can be deduced…?
Six persons, including
two home guards, were
killed and hundreds were
injured and displaced after
the communal violence that
erupted in Nuh on July 31,
and also spread to nearby
Gurgaon. The violence that
broke out during the Vishva
HinduParishadrallyinHar-
yana’s Nuh was a “100 per
cent intelligence failure,” as
thepolicedidnotapprisethe
organisers about the poten-
tial threat of riots and com-
munal tensions before the
procession,VHPJoint Gen-
eralSecretarySurenderJain
had told CNN-News18 on
Wednesday.
Jain said the VHP had
been in touch with the po-
lice prior to the event. “We
were in touch with the po-
lice and this was not known
to us… it’s a 100 per cent
intelligence failure,” he
said. If the video of murder-
accused Monu Manesar
went viral before the yatra
at Nuh wherein he said that
he would participate in the
religious procession and as
it is being presumed and
also being claimed by the
police that this may have
incited clashes in the area
on Monday, then why
wasn’t internet shut down
ASAP or why the govern-
ment hadn’t issued orders
to yank off the video to pre-
vent it from spreading and
creatingfurtherfissuresand
tremors of fear.
However, police officials
maintained that Manesar
did not visit the yatra… but
the damage was done. If a
peace meet was held in the
area on July 27, in the pres-
enceofpolice,whycouldn’t
the police realise or feel the
ripples coming? Also, one
more important point has to
be considered and this is
after the massive violence
took place, Monu Manesar
was available for a section
of the media for interviews
especially to say that he
was not physically present
during the yatra, but how
come till now the wanted
murder- accused is still not
in police net?
It may be recalled that
some on social media had
also asked him (Monu) not
to turn up. The Rajasthan
and Haryana police are
looking for him for the last
six months — for the al-
leged murders in Ra-
jasthan. Monu has been
absconding since February
after he allegedly killed
Junaid and Nasser for al-
leged cow smuggling.
EPICENTRE OF
CYBERCRIME?
Unfortunately, Nuh in the
last three to four years, has
turned into a hub for the cy-
bercrime fraudsters with all
sortsofcyber-relatedcrimes
ranging from fake work-
from-home job offers to
honey traps with setting up
fake profiles and advertise-
ments on different products
etc being conducted here.
A recent Home Ministry
data says that the Mewat
region comprising Bharat-
purandAlwarinRajasthan,
Mathura district in Uttar
Pradesh and Nuh in Hary-
ana, has even replaced
Jamtara in Jharkhand as
India’s newest hub for cy-
bercriminals.
The National Crime Re-
cords Bureau data showed
that 52,974 cases of cyber-
crimes were registered in
2021, an increase of 11.8%
compared to the previous
year. Nearly 12 per cent of
these crimes were reported
fromNuh.Thedistrict’spo-
lice recently said they had
solved at least 28,000 cases
of cyber fraud across the
country worth `100 crore.
Did a section of the pro-
testors take the advantage
of the violence on that day
to commit this attack on the
Cyber Police Station…? In
that case, the Nuh violence
will attain a new dimension
and a wider perspective.
MINISTER’S QUESTION
TRIGGERS MORE
QUESTIONS
Gurgaon MP and Union
minister of state (inde-
pendent charge) Rao In-
derjit Singh has questioned
why people joining a reli-
gious procession – refer-
ring to the ‘Shobha Yatra’
that passed through Nuh –
were carrying weapons.
Speaking to The Indian
Express,Singhsaid,“Kisne
hathiyar diye unko is pro-
cession mein le jaane ke
liye? Koi talwar leke jata
haiprocessionmein?Lathi-
dande leke jata hai (Who
gave weapons to them for
the procession? Who goes
to a procession carrying
swords, or sticks)?”
“This is wrong.Aprovo-
cation took place from this
side too. I am not saying
there was no provocation
from the other side,” he
continued. Singh also said
thathehadaskedchiefmin-
ister Manohar Lal Khattar
and the Union home minis-
try to send Central forces to
Nuh as the police force was
“insufficient”.
Social media is playing
a role to instigate matters,
Singh alleged. “I have
asked the police to probe
who uploaded such videos.
Someone said there were
videos saying, ‘We are
coming for this religious
function, your daamad
(son-in-law) is coming. If
you can stop, stop it’. If
such irresponsible videos
are uploaded, it causes a
negative impact.”
This is what was dis-
cussed earlier that when
the video was creating
waves, why didn’t the au-
thorities react immediate-
ly.And now when minister
Vij says, “Bhai, Nuh ke
bare me aab jo batayenge,
mukhyamanti ji batay-
enge… unhi ke paas sari
soochnaye hai. Mujhe na-
hin kuchh bhi pata,” we
can realise the sorry state
of affairs.
THE VIEWS EXPRESSED BY
THE AUTHOR ARE PERSONAL
BRAND
GURUGRAM
TAKES A
BEATING?
“Gurugram is our gem and
we cannot have this (vio-
lence) happening here. The
incidents going viral world-
wide at a time when we are
proudly hosting G20 events
is not great. It has dented our
image as a corporate hub
or a prospective investment
option. People will be scared
to migrate here or invest and
that will affect the state,”
Gurugram MP and Union
minister Rao Inderjeet
Singh told The Tribune.
To add to the woes…
Haryana’s home (interior)
minister, Anil Vij, had told the
media, “It has been shocking
to see how distrust between
two communities spilled
onto the streets.”Among the
MNCs which are operating
here are Google, American
Express, Dell, Samsung,
Ernst & Young and Deloitte.
Suzuki’s main India plant is
also located near Gurugram.
Following the violence, many
companies asked employees
to work from home.
With the country’s bid to
expand it economy and en-
sure its spirit of Atmanirbhar
Bharat, such sudden wide-
spread violent incidents are
awfully worrying especially
when India has been able to
carve a niche for itself in the
corporate world across devel-
oped nations especially with
its “Make In India” campaign.
NUH:WASTHEVIOLENCE
TIPOFANICEBERG?
INTERESTING ANGLE! Investigative agencies are now
closely monitoring at a targeted attack on the Cyber
Police Station during Monday’s violence, and are
probing if it had any connect with the action against
cybercrime and the ‘Jamtara-style’ frauds in Nuh
by the cops police of late. The cyber police station
has recently gained a lot of importance especially
for its action against several cybercrimes being
operated in the area in the last few months. Cops
are probing if the attack had to do with the police
action against these cyber fraudsters.
A
Robin
Roy
The writer is Senior
Journalist and former
Managing Editor, First India
NEW DISTRICTS IN FOCUS...
‘BORN’A DAY
BACK, NEW RAJ
DISTRICTS ‘UP
AND RUNNING’!
CM ASHOK GEHLOT REVIEWS THE
ISSUES PERTAINING TO THE NEW
DISTRICTS, DIRECTS TO OBSERVE
2-DAY INDEPENDENCE FESTIVAL
Naresh Sharma
Jaipur
hief Minister
Ashok Gehlot
said on Tuesday
that respecting the all-
round development of
State and public senti-
ments, State govt has cre-
ated new districts and
divisions. “Decentraliza-
tion will increase the ca-
pabilities of administra-
tion and strengthen the
law and order,” he said
and for ease of adminis-
trative works of the com-
mon man, he gave in-
structions to officials re-
garding new dists to be
fully functional soon.
Gehlot addressed the re-
view meeting on Tuesday
night. He said that only 7
new dists were formed in
last 60 years, while the
population of State in-
creased 3 times during
this period. “The most
recently carved out dis-
trict of Pratapgarh was
declared in July 2006,
which became functional
in 2008. New dists have
become functional in just
5 months,” he said. P6
CM Ashok Gehlot, Usha Sharma, Akhil Arora, Anand Kumar, Kuldeep
Ranka, T Ravikanth, Gaurav Goyal, Umesh Mishra, Aparna Arora &
others during review meeting of new districts at CMR on Tuesday.
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First India Bureau
New Delhi
The Opposition alliance
INDIA wanted a “semi-
final” before the 2024
Lok Sabha elections, and
the results are out for
everyone to see, Prime
Minister Narendra Modi
said on Tuesday at the
BJP parliamentary party
meeting, according to
sources. The PM was re-
ferring to the battle over
the controversial Delhi
Services Bill, which was
passed by RS on Mon-
day. Taking a swipe at the
Opposition alliance, he
said it’s plagued by mu-
tual distrust. On leaders
listed to speak on the no-
confidence motion on
Tuesday, the PM said
they want to “hit a six on
the last ball”.”It was a
test of their own internal
trust,” PM Modi said. P7
Modi’s No-Trust Gambit!
BJP called a meeting of
its parliamentary party
on Tuesday ahead of
no-confidence motion,
to be discussed,
answered and voted
today and tomorrow.
THOSE WHO LEFT PARTY ARE NOWHERE NOW,
SAYS MODI DURING RAJ MPs’ MEET IN DELHI
An important meeting of BJP in New
Delhi regarding Rajasthan was chaired
by Prime Minister Narendra Modi
on Tuesday wherein all Rajya Sabha MPs
of BJP from Rajasthan along with 23 Lok
Sabha MPs of the State were present. The
meeting was held at Gujarat Bhavan in New Delhi.
Lok Sabha Speaker did not join the meeting for being
on a Constitutional post. PM Nrendra Modi, interacting
with BJP MPs, said, “Need to unite for Mother India.”
PM stressed on strengthening every polling booth and
talking about Gujarat model, he said, “Those who left the
party and went out, they are now nowhere.” Notably, MP
Ranjeeta Koli was made in-charge of this meeting and
Alka Gurjar was also given the responsibility. Naren-
dra Singh Tomar was the coordinator and Arjun
Meghwal, the co-coordinator. P10 Aditi Nagar
ED SUMMONS JHARKHAND CM
FOR QUESTIONING ON AUG 14
The ED has issued a summons to
Jharkhand CM Hemant Soren for
questioning in a money laundering
case, official sources said Tuesday.
ONCE WE CEASE TO BE JUDGES...:
CJI ON RANJAN GOGOI’S REMARK
Day after ex-CJI Gogoi’s remarks, CJI
DY Chandrachud on Tuesday remarked
that once judges demit office whatever
they say is just opinion & is not binding.
Jharkhand, Kerala, Tripura, WB, Uttarakhand &
UP to undergo bye elections on September 5. The
counting for these bypolls will be on September 8
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IN BRIEF
Rahul gets back his 12,
Tughlaq Lane bungalow
New Delhi: Congress
leader Rahul Gandhi has
been reallotted his 12 Tu-
ghlaq Lane bungalow in
Delhi on Tuesday, a day
after his parliamentary
membership was restored
on Monday, sources said.
Gyanvapi: ASI surveys north
wall, dome and basements
Varanasi: The ASI team
surveyed northern wall,
dome and basements of
Gyanvapi complex on
Tuesday, fourth day of the
court-mandated exercise
to determine if mosque
was built over a temple.
Pak poll panel disqualifies
jailed Imran for 5 years
Islamabad: In a fresh set-
back for Imran Khan, Pa-
kistan’s top election body
on Tuesday disqualified
the jailed former PM for 5
years after his conviction
in a corruption case.
First India Bureau
Jaipur
A 35-year-old employee
of the Rajasthan Con-
sumerAffairs department
was burnt to death after
the SUV he was driving
caught fire here on Tues-
day, police said. The ve-
hicle caught fire near
Champapura area in the
morning. Rahul Chaud-
hary, an accounts officer
of the Consumer Affairs
department, got trapped
in the SUV and was burnt
alive, Kalwar Station
House Officer (SHO)
Dharam Singh said. P4
Yogesh Sharma
Jaipur/Banswara
Senior Congress leader
Rahul Gandhi will ad-
dress a rally in Banswara
district today, his first
public meeting after the
restoration of his Lok
Sabha membership.
The rally will be held
on World Tribal Day and
mark beginning of the
party’s campaign for
StateAssembly polls due
later this year. CMAshok
Gehlot will reach Ban-
swara on Wednesday.
Congress in-charge for
Rajasthan Sukhjinder
Singh Randhawa, PCC
chief Govind Singh Do-
tasra, minister Mahend-
rajeet Singh Malviya and
other leaders are already
in Banswara to look after
the arrangements. P10
Govt employee
burnt to death as
car catches fire
RAHUL GANDHI IN
BANSWARA TODAY
PM Narendra Modi arrives to attend the BJP parliamentary party meeting, at Parliament Library
Building on Tuesday. Also seen here are Arjun Ram Meghwal, Dr Jitendra Singh and others. ANI
Ahead of vote, PM Modi says, vote will make it clear who is united, who isn’t (in Oppn).
Gone too soon!
Pepperfry co-founder Ambareesh dies
after cardiac arrest on bike trip in Leh
mbareesh Mur-
ty, the co-found-
er of Pepperfry,
online marketplace for
furniture and home decor,
has died, the company’s
second co-founder Ashish
Shah announced in a
post on X. The 51-year-
old was a bike enthusiast
and was on a motorcycle
trip from Mumbai to Leh.
Shah said his “friend,
mentor, brother” died
due to cardiac arrest
in Leh and that he is
“extremely devas-
tated”. He founded
Pepperfry in 2011
and was its CEO. AMBAREESH MURTY
1972 TO 2023
‘God denied me to
become angel,’ posts
Pepperfry co-founder
on Instagram hours
before his death
Criminal case against
Assam Rifles in Imphal
First India Bureau
Imphal/Guwahati
Just hours after central
paramilitary force,As-
sam Rifles, was with-
drawn from a district
in violence-hit Ma-
nipur, a police case has
been filed against the
force personnel. It is
alleged that the Assam
Rifles personnel ob-
structed the State po-
lice from arresting
men who were alleg-
edly behind killing of
3 people last Saturday
in Bishnupur. Assam
Rifles, whose adminis-
trative control rests
with Union HM and
ops with Army, is yet
to respond to charges.
Rahul Gandhi
NO-CONFIDENCE MOTION DEBATE IN PARL MONSOON SESSION
SANSADHEATSUPFOR
‘POWERPROBE’
Gaurav Gogoi initiates discussion in place of Rahul, BJP questions
Moni Sharma
New Delhi
Leaders of the Opposi-
tion alliance INDIA on
Tuesday moved a privi-
lege motion in RS against
Leader of House Piyush
Goyal for addressing
some of the Opposition
members as “traitors.”
BJPMPNishikant Dubey
said, “The PM says that
this is not a no-trust-vote,
it is a ‘trust in Opposi-
tion’ vote. They want to
see who supports them”.
Attacking Sonia Gandhi,
Dubey claimed she wants
to do two things: “Bete
ko set karna hai, damaad
ko bhent karna hai.
Gogoi initiated debate
on no-trust debate, say-
ingthatOppnhasbrought
this motion for Manipur.
“If Manipur is burning,
then India is burning,” he
said. MP raised 3 ques-
tions for PM Modi: “Why
did he not visit Manipur
to date? Why did it take
almost 80 days for him to
address the issue? Why
has Modi not sacked the
Manipur CM so far?” P7
OM BIRLA JAGDEEP DHANKHAR PIYUSH GOYAL GAURAV GOGOI NISHIKANT DUBEY
MAJOR PARL
HAPPENINGS
 Over 14 parties sign
no-privileged motion to
condemn ‘un-parliamen-
tary words’ used against
Opposition on Tuesday
 Rajya Sabha passes
the National Dental
Commission Bill, 2023
and National Nursing
and Midwifery Commis-
sion Bill, 2023
 Rajya Sabha passes
the Indian Institutes of
Management (Amend-
ment) Bill, 2023
 RS passes Inter-
Services Organisations
(Command, Control &
Discipline) Bill, 2023
 Rajya Sabha Chair-
man Jagdeep Dhankhar
suspended TMC MP
Derek O’Brien for the
rest of Monsoon session
and then lets him back
into House less than an
hour later on Tuesday
WHY DIDN’T HE SPEAK FIRST?: MINISTER
PRALHAD JOSHI’S DIG AT RAHUL GANDHI
Slamming Rahul for not opening debate
on no-confidence motion against govt,
Union Minister Pralhad Joshi said treasury
benches were “very enthusiastically” waiting for
his speech. Joshi’s remark came as soon as LS
Speaker called on Gaurav Gogoi to start debate.
Joshi said Speaker’s office had received a letter
at 11.55 am that said Gandhi would be speaking.
INDIA IS READY TO
FACE ANY TYPE OF
WARFARE: RAJNATH
Defence Minister
Rajnath Singh
said India is fully
prepared to face any
type of warfare and the
country’s
defence
spending
can be
increased
to 5-6%
of GDP if
needed. In his reply to
discussion, Singh said
also said filling vacan-
cies in the armed forces
is a continuous process.
The no-trust debate is
expected to continue
till Thursday, when
PM Narendra Modi is
expected to give his
reply. The debate will
last for 16 hours, will
have 15 speakers
BJP LEADERS TO
SPEAK ON NO-VOTE
Five ministers will
speak during the
No-Confidence Mo-
tion debate — Amit Shah,
Nirmala Sitharaman, Smriti
Irani, Jyotiraditya Scindia &
Kiren Rijiju. 10 other BJP
MPs will also participate.
OPPN WILL REGRET NO-
TRUST MOTION: RIJIJU
Union minister Kiren
Rijiju said Opposi-
tion will regret bring-
ing the No-Confidence Mo-
tion because it comes at the
“wrong time and the wrong
manner”, given India’s cur-
rent stature in world.
A
Rahul Gandhi
Pralhad Joshi
RAJASTHAN 04
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ASSEMBLY ELECTIONS
BJP identifies names of winning candidates
Aishwary Pradhan
Jaipur
head of the se-
lection of candi-
dates for assem-
bly elections, BJP state
leadership has forwarded
a list of strong and win-
nable candidates to prime
minister Narendra Modi.
The names will be
matched with the list pre-
pared in a survey con-
ducted on direction by
the PM.
Party sources said that
the list of winnable can-
didates has been for-
warded to the PM. Now
a secret survey will be
conducted to shortlist the
candidates.
On the other hand, sen-
ior BJPMLAs from Uttar
Pradesh, Gujarat, and Ut-
tarakhand will come to
Rajasthan on August 19
for a week-long stay.
BJP election in charge
for Rajasthan and union
minister Pralhad Joshi,
state in-chargeArun Sin-
gh, state president CP
Joshi, co-in-charge Vi-
jaya Rahatkar and state
general secretary (org)
Chandrashekhar will
hold a workshop of the
MLAs after which they
will go to assembly con-
stituencies.
They will collect feed-
back about issues and
will assess the ground
situation in all 200 as-
sembly constituencies.
The MLAs will submit
a report about the visit,
which will be sent to the
party high command.
Meanwhile, the state
unit of the party has pre-
pared a list of winnable
candidates beyond the
party line in constituen-
cies where the party is
facing a challenge.
Such candidates can be
brought to the BJP fold
for contesting elections.
Satyanarayan Sharma
Jaipur
A 35-year-old employee
of the Rajasthan Con-
sumerAffairs department
was burnt to death after
the SUV he was driving
caught fire here on Tues-
day, police said.
The vehicle caught fire
near Champapura area in
the morning. Rahul
Chaudhary, an accounts
officer of the Consumer
Affairs department, got
trapped in the SUV and
was burnt alive, Kalwar
SHO Dharam Singh said.
He said after receiving
the information about the
incident, police and fire
brigade teams rushed to
the spot, but Chaudhary
had died.
The police officer said
efforts are being made to
find out the cause of the
fire. It is suspected that
the fire broke out due to
a short circuit in the vehi-
cle. However, other rea-
sons are also being inves-
tigated, Singh said.
First India Bureau
Jaipur
BJP state president CP
Joshi’s remark for police
has invited sharp reac-
tion. A video of Joshi has
gone viral on social me-
dia in which he calls po-
lice drunkards.
“We stand with the vic-
tim’s family until justice
is served. When the fam-
ily members of the victim
girl go to the police sta-
tion to file a report, these
drunkards tell them to
bring TC and Aadhaar
cards. If a gravel dumper
has to be caught, you run
after it like a dog,” Joshi
purportedly said.
Reacting to this, for-
mer IPS officer Kesar
Singh termed the state-
ment as unfortunate and
demanded the IPS Asso-
ciation to raise voice
against the statement.
He said that it is very
wrong to use such objec-
tionable words for po-
licemen.
“The statement has
hurt the policemen who
are working day and
night to protect the peo-
ple,” he said, while urg-
ing the IPS Association
to raise their voice
against the statement.
First India Bureau
Jaipur
Chief Secretary Usha
Sharma on Tuesday said
that work should be done
to find alternatives along
with the ill-effects of sin-
gle-use plastic. She direct-
ed the officers that more
effective steps should be
taken to eradicate single-
use plastic in the state.
Sharma was presiding
over the meeting of the
SpecialTask Force related
to the ban of single-use
plastic, at the Government
Secretariat on Tuesday.
“Strict action should be
taken on the disposal of
single-use plastic waste
and movement of plastic
and plastic waste from
other states,” she said.
Local Self Government
SecyKailashChandMee-
na said that efforts are be-
ing made to take action on
the production unit itself
inthedirectionoferadica-
tion of single-use plastic.
In this sequence, action
has been taken against 55
manufacturing units pro-
ducing single-use plastic
in the state.
Nirmal Tiwari
Jaipur
Additional Chief Secre-
tary, Mines and Geology
Department Veenu Gupta
during a review meeting
of the Mineral Depart-
ment through video-con-
ferencing on Tuesday
stated that with financial
support from the District
Mineral Development
Fund, over 20,187 funda-
mental development pro-
jects worth more than Rs
62.67 billion are being
implemented in the
state’s mineral-rich re-
gions. Among these,
12,659 projects have
been completed.
Gupta directed the Dis-
trict Mineral Foundation
Trust(DMFT)toorganize
meetings at least once
every six months and pro-
vided guidance to ensure
the quality and proper
monitoring of the innova-
tive work done by DMFT.
She instructed to set up
a project monitoring unit
at the district level for
quality, proper imple-
mentation and monitor-
ing of work.
First India Bureau
Jaipur
In a case related to inter-
ference in the administra-
tion of justice by diso-
beying the order, the
court issued a contempt
notice to Harmada SHO
Rajesh Gautam. Judge
Vijay Kumar Solanki
sought an answer from
SHO through ACP
Chomu. Advocate
Yashodev Singh Chaud-
hary had filed a contempt
application.
In the case of Rahul
Rahar vs Hansraj Jakhar,
the court had given or-
ders to register an FIR.
After the order given on
May 25, an FIR was reg-
istered on June 7. The
petition mentioned that
FIR was not registered
because the accused was
working in PHQ.
The Supreme Court’s
guideline to register FIR
within 24 hours was also
violated.
First India Bureau
Jalore
Markets remained closed
in Sachin town in protest
against the murder of liq-
uor contractor Laxman
Dewasi.
Dewasi was shot dead
at point-blank range by 3
persons on Monday after-
noon when he was on his
way to Gujrat.
The shooters intercept-
ed his vehicle after he left
his house in Indira Colo-
ny in Sanchore town and
opened fire on his vehicle.
The shooters fired 3 bul-
lets in his head from a
close distance through the
window of the side where
Dewasi was sitting.
The incident agitated
the Dewasi community.
Hundreds of members
of the community assem-
bled at the hospital and
refused to accept the body
demanding immediate ar-
rest of the accused.
First India Bureau
Chittorgarh
Nimbahera Kotwali po-
lice station in a major ac-
tion against illegal drug
trafficking, seized 41
quintals 89 kg 200 gram
opium in a truck being il-
legally transported in a
truck on Monday and ar-
rested two.Superinten-
dent of Police Rajan Du-
shyant said that under the
direction of ASP Bu-
glal Meena and DSP
Nimbaheda Beniprasad,
action was carried out un-
der the campaign being
run for illegal drug crack-
down in the district.Both
the driver and the helper
of the truck tried to flee.
First India Bureau
Churu
Three persons including
a six-year-old girl were
killed in a collision be-
tween two motorcycles
in Churu district late on
Monday night.The inci-
dent occurred between
Ganoda and Sarothia vil-
lages in Sujangarh where
23-year-old Trilokchand
was returning with his
six-year-old daughter
Manvi when his bike met
with a head-on collision
with another bike driven
by Onkar Singh (27).
They were rushed to a
nearby hospital where
doctors declared them.
The bodies were handed
over to family members
after a postmortem.
First India Bureau
Jaipur
A woman was allegedly
raped for three years on
the pretext of marriage in
Chitrakoot area, police
said. Police informed the
accused, identified as
Shehzad Khan, sedated
the victim and raped her.
“In 2019, the victim met
the accused at a birthday
party and later developed
a friendship with him. In
2020, Shehzad Khan
called the victim to a
friend’s home and then
sedated her,” police said.
“When the victim object-
ed to the incident, the ac-
cused promised to marry
him. The accused even
took Rs. 1.82 lakh and
later refused to marry
her,” police said.
The Bolero suddenly caught fire near Champapura area of
Jaipur on Tuesday morning.
Deceased Onkar Singh,
Trilokchand and Manvi.
Veenu Gupta taking a review meeting of Mineral Dept through
VC on Tuesday. Also seen are Sandesh Nayak and others.
Deceased Laxman Dewasi
Accused in police custody at Nimbahera Kotwali police station.
CP Joshi
Pralhad Joshi, Arun
Singh, CP Joshi, Vijaya
Rahatkar and state
general secy (org)
Chandrashekhar will
hold a workshop of
the MLAs after which
they will go to
assembly
constituencies
A
Missing boy meets
family after four
years inJhalawar
Jhalawar: Aminor boy
missing for the last 4 yrs
was finally united with
his family in Jhalawar on
Tuesday. President of the
Child Welfare Commit-
tee Shivraj Singh Hada
informed that the child
was found at Bhawani
Mandi Rly Station in
2019. “The child was
then shifted to Sankalp
Bal Grah where he was
imparted education,” said
Hada. Arif Mansoori
Miscreants loot `2
lakh from man in
Chittorgarh
Chittorgarh: Miscre-
ants looted more than Rs
two lakh from a person
going to put money in
the ATM in Chittorgarh’s
Gangrar on Tuesday. The
masked miscreants came
in a car and looted Gan-
grar resident Pawan Ku-
mar Porwal on a bike
near Mahadev Road.
They looted him at gun-
point. Pawan has report-
edly fractured his hand.
 PK Agarwal
IN BRIEF
Jaisalmer: Cook
beaten to death over
food preparation
Jaisalmer: A cook at a
restaurant was allegedly
beaten to death by four
people over food prepa-
ration in Jaisalmer dis-
trict, police said Tues-
day. The accused were
in an inebriated condi-
tion at the time of the
incident, the police
said, adding all four
have been detained.
The accused severely
thrashed the cook, re-
sulting in his death, he
said. The deceased was
identified as Shiv
Deshmukh, a resident
of Telangana.
Churu: 3 including 1
minor killed in accident
Efforts are being made to find out the cause of the fire
TRAGIC ACCIDENT
Jaipur:Govtemployeecharred
todeathasvehiclecatchesfire
Woman raped for
three years on pretext
of marriage in Jaipur
16-YR-OLD ABDUCTED
 RAPED IN SALUMBAR
Salumbar: A
16-year-old girl was
allegedly raped
in Salumbar district. The
victim’s mother alleged
that her daughter was
abducted on August 2
by the accused identified
as Raju. The police have
registered a case against
the accused at Parsad po-
lice station and started an
investigation in the related
matter. Station House
Officer (SHO) Mukesh
Chandra is investigating
the case thoroughly.
ONE ARRESTED WITH 1KG OF OPIUM IN BEAWAR
Jaipur: The CID-CB wing of Rajasthan Police on
Tuesday recovered 1kgs of opium in Beawar district
and arrested a drug smuggler. Police informed the
accused, identified as Sambhu Singh, was travelling to
Jodhpur in a sleeper bus and was caught in Beawar. “The
accused was brought down from the bus and thoroughly
checked. During checking, 1kg of opium was recovered from
his possession. Sambhu Singh was supposed to supply
illegal narcotic drugs to labourers in Jodhpur. The accused
has been arrested and is being questioned,” police said.
CP Joshi’s ‘police drunkards’
remark draws flak from cops
Take effective steps to eliminate
single use plastic: Usha Sharma
`6,267crprojectsimplemented
inminingrichareas: ACSGupta
Police seize 41 quintals of
illegal opium in Nimbahera
CourtissuesContempt
noticetoHarmadaSHO
Liquor trader shot by
3 in broad daylight
Governor, CM
Gehlot wish on
World Tribal Day
110 senior
citizens leave for
Pashupatinath
First India Bureau
Jaipur
Governor Kalraj Mishra
and CM Ashok Gehlot
extended hearty greet-
ings and best wishes to
the people of the state on
World Tribal Day ob-
served on August 9.
“The traditions and cus-
toms of the tribal society
are an integral part of our
cultural heritage. Our
tribal brothers and sisters
have made sacrifices
time and again to protect
the motherland,” said
Gehlot. Governor
Mishra said that the folk
culture and traditions of
tribal society are closely
related to nature.
First India Bureau
Jaipur
Under the Senior Citi-
zens Pilgrimage
Scheme-2023, the dream
of senior citizens of the
state to visit Pashupati-
nath Temple in Kathman-
du, Nepal is being ful-
filled. Devasthan Depart-
ment Commissioner
Pragya Kevalramani said
that till now 1187 senior
citizens of the state have
visited Lord Pashupati-
nath under the air journey
which started from July
28. OnAugust 7, 110 sen-
ior citizens of Kota have
gone on a pilgrimage.
Usha Sharma in a meeting of the Special Task Force with Hridesh
Kumar Sharma  Kaliash Chand Meena in Jaipur on Tuesday.
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THE CITY OF SAFARIS
Leopard spotted in newly built Tiger safari
Nirmal Tiwari
Jaipur
Leopard was
spotted in Na-
hargarh on
Monday in the area
where the work related to
Tiger Safari is on the
verge of completion on
about 30 hectares of land.
Fencing has been com-
pleted and a number 8
shaped track is being
constructed inside. The
leopard was spotted
around the fence and then
tried to jump over the
guard room and also tried
to jump over the fence.
The leopard was there for
about half-an-hour.
Manoj Aggarwal, who
was at the construction
site, captured the photo-
graph in his camera.
Meanwhile, work is
going on in Myla Bagh
and Beed Papad forest
area for the third leopard
safari in Jaipur. Safari
track and other facilities
are being developed in
Myla Bagh area . There is
a plan to start the Safari
by September this year.
The Leopard roaming in Nahargarh on Tuesday.
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RAJASTHAN 05
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Jaipur, Wednesday | August 9, 2023
JaipurDiscombreaksrecord
with100.69%revenueinJuly
Vikas Sharma
Jaipur
Jaipur Discom has bro-
ken record in revenue
collection in the month
of July. Discom MD RN
Kumawat put in meas-
ures that brought the
positive results. Circle
wise 100.69 percent rev-
enue collection was
made in July. This is the
best performance in the
last 10 years.
This is the highest
ever revenue in the first
four months of the finan-
cial year. MD RN Ku-
mawat gave credit to
field officers for the
achievement. He said,
“If field engineers per-
form well, there will be
100% improvement in
the financial and man-
agement position of the
discoms.”
However, in July
2020, 102 percent rev-
enue was collected but
the reason was the ab-
sence of billing for two
months during Covid-19
pandemic.
Naveen Joshi
Bhilwara
Revenue Minister Ramlal
Jat and Minister of State
for Home RajendraYadav
on Tuesday visited the
home of a minor girl who
was allegedly gang-raped
and murdered in Bhilwara
district last week. The
ministers met the family
members of the girl and
consoled them. Ra-
jasthan seed corporation
chairman Dheeraj Gurjar
was also with them.
Yadav, said the gov-
ernment has taken quick
action in rape cases. “Ra-
jasthan is the state where
quick action is taken and
we are handling the cases
with strictness,” he said.
Congress leader and
former deputy chief min-
ister Sachin Pilot met the
family members of the
victim in Bhilwara on
Tuesday and consoled
them. Later, talking to re-
porters, he said that the
incident has shaken the
soul of the country and
the state and we are pro-
viding full help and sup-
port to family members.
He said that cruelty that
happened with a minor
girl in Bhilwara district
cannot be accepted in any
civilized society.
He said that it is the re-
sponsibility of the govt,
administration and every-
one to ensure that the ac-
cused get the harshest
punishment.
Ravi Sharma
Udaipur
Minister Pratap Singh
Khachariyawas, while
interacting with the me-
dia at Circuit House dur-
ing his Udaipur visit on
Tuesday, attacked BJP
leaders who were ques-
tioning Chief Minister
Ashok Gehlot’s injury 
making remarks on it.
Khachariyawas said
that it has happened for
the first time in history
that the opposition of
Rajasthan has stooped to
such low levels.
“The language used
by BJPleaders regarding
the CM’s leg injury, es-
pecially by BJP Leader
of Opposition Rajendra
Rathore, State President
CP Joshi and Union
Minister Gajendra Singh
Shekhawat, is condemn-
able,” the Minister said.
Minister Khachariya-
was has asked the three
opposition leaders to ac-
company him so that he
can show them Chief
Minister Ashok Ge-
hlot’s injured leg in
front of doctors.
Khachariyawas said that
if they see the injury,
they will have to apolo-
gize to the people of Ra-
jasthan and announce
that they will never con-
test any elections.
First India Bureau
Jaipur
The Ministry of Health
and Family Welfare,
Government of India has
issued an order appoint-
ing Dr SS Agarwal as
the President of All India
Institute of Medical Sci-
ences, AIIMS Jodhpur.
Dr Agarwal has earlier
been involved as a mem-
ber of the Institutional
Body of AIIMS Jodhpur.
Dr. Agarwal has also
been the National Presi-
dent of Indian Medical
Association, the apex
body of doctors. Dr
Agarwal is the only doc-
tor from Rajasthan who
has been the National
President of IMA. Dr.
Agarwal said according
to the requirement of Ra-
jasthan, special attention
will be given to medical
facilities and research of
those diseases, which
will be according to the
priority of the people of
the state, so that the resi-
dents of Rajasthan do not
have to go out of Ra-
jasthan for treatment.
Ziauddin Khan
Jaipur
In another mismanage-
ment by Indigo Airlines
flight 6E7138 from
Jaipur toAhmedabad, the
heater was left on all
through the journey leav-
ing the passengers sweat-
ing. Many had difficulty
in breathing.
In a similar incident on
Sunday, passengers of
Indigo Airlines flight
number 6E7261 from
Chandigarh to Jaipur had
a troubling time as the air
conditioner did not work
for one hour and 10 min-
utes. Punjab Congress
President Amarinder
Singh Raja Warring
shared a video of this on
social media. However,
despite all these inci-
dents, management did
not take any action.
First India Bureau
Jaipur
In a surprise inspection
by the Administrative
Reforms Department at
Shiksha Sankul and
PHED department, a
large number of gazetted
officers and employees
were found missing. A
report was also made and
data will soon be re-
leased. The inspection
created panic and em-
ployees were seen de-
fending themselves giv-
ing various reasons for
their late arrival. The
register was also seized
during inspection.
First India Bureau
Jaipur
The State government on
Tuesday appointed ADG
in-charges in new ranges
of police. Sanjay Aggar-
wal will be in charge of
Udaipur and Banswara
range; Anil Paliwal of
Pali and Ajmer range;
Hawa Singh Ghumaria of
Jodhpur Range and Com-
missionerate Jodhpur;
Vipin Pandey of Jaipur
and Sikar Range. Mean-
while, 8 DSPs were also
transferred by police HQ.
Kamal Kant  Navin Sharma
Jaipur
Suspended mayor of
Jaipur Heritage Munici-
pal Corporation Munesh
Gurjar has chal-
lenged the suspen-
sion order in Ra-
jasthan High Court.
The petition filed
by Gurjar states
that the state gov-
ernment issued an order
in a hurry and suspended
her from the post of
councilor and mayor.
Referring to the arrest
of her husband and two
others by ACB in a brib-
ery case, Gurjar said that
her name is not there in
the FIR and the cash of
Rs 40 lakh recovered
from her house was
received against the
sale of a plot by her
father in law three
days before the
ACB act.
She said that her
husband was not at home
at the time of the ACB
raid and he was brought
from his office after be-
ing caught. Gurjar said
that before suspending
the elected public repre-
sentative, at least a pre-
liminary inquiry should
have been conducted by
the government but this
was not done and she was
not given a chance to pre-
sent her side.
The state government
has already filed a caveat
in the high court.
Meanwhile, a court on
Tuesday sent Sushil Gur-
jar, who was arrested
while allegedly taking a
bribe of Rs 2 lakh, to ju-
dicial custody.
First India Bureau
Jaipur
Increase in demand at
government-run blood
banks in the capital is pos-
ing a major problem for
patients. The biggest con-
cern is for the children
suffering from thalassae-
mia in JK Lone hospital
who require regular blood
transfusions.
JK Lone hospital’s
blood bank incharge Dr
Satyendra Singh said that
B-positive, B-negative
and O-negative blood
groups are in high de-
mand and because of the
shortage of blood of
these groups, patients
have to wait.
Dr Singh has appealed
to the general public and
social organizations for
voluntary blood dona-
tion. People who are in-
terested in donating
blood for the cause can
contact on the mobile
number 78916 02178.
First India Bureau
Jaipur
The visa ofAnju alias Fa-
tima, who went to Paki-
stan from Bhiwadi in
Rajasthan and married
Nasrullah there, is likely
to be extended for a year.
Her visa is till August 20
According to Pak media
reports, the visa expiry
date is nearing, in which
caseAnju has applied for
extension of visa.
It is being said that the
Government of Pakistan
has agreed to extend his
visa for one year.Avideo
of has surfaced, in which
Nasrullah is claiming
that the Pak govt is ready
to extend visa.
First India Bureau
Jaipur
Union Jal Shakti Minister
Gajendra Singh Shekha-
wat on Tuesday an-
nounced that an amount
of Rs 20.52 cr has been
released by
Ministry of
Jal Shakti
for Gang Ca-
nal project
Command
Are a Devel-
opment under the Nation-
al Hydrology Project and
Pradhan Mantri Krishi
Sinchai Yojana for Ra-
jasthan.
“It is expected that
government will speed up
these projects with coor-
dination and cooperation.
Considering public inter-
est as paramount, the cen-
tral government expects
the same from state gov-
ernment,” he tweeted.
Shubham Jain
Ajmer
The Rajasthan Public
Service Commission sec-
retary has announced Oc-
tober 1 as the date of
RAS Prelims Exam
2023. Recruitment will
be on 424 posts of state
services and 481 posts of
subordinate services. 6
lakh 97,051 applications
have been received.
Meanwhile, the third
phase interviews of RAS
exam-2021 will start
from August 21. The
third phase will be held
from August 21 to Sep-
tember 6. Interview let-
ters of will be uploaded
on the website.
Anju’s Pak visa
to be extended
for one year
`20.52 crore
for Gang Canal
project by JSM
The department
reported highest
revenue collection
in last ten years
RAS Pre-Exam
2023 to be
held on Oct 1
Ministers, Pilot meet Bhilwara
gang-rape, murder victim’s kin
BJP leaders’ comments on CM’s
injury are condemnable: PSK
Dr Agarwal appointed
prez of AIIMS Jodhpur
Indigo JPR-AMD
passengers fly
with heaters on
Shiksha Sankul,
PHED employees
found missing: ARD
3 ADGs given
charge of Ranges,
8 DSPs shifted
Munesh Gurjar moves HC against
suspension; Raj Govt files caveat
PAY `50 FOR CARRYING PLASTIC BAGS IN
BHARATPUR’S KEOLADEO BIRD SANCTUARY
VISTARA STARTS NEW
JAIPUR-MUMBAI FLIGHT
With the initiative of Deputy Forest Conservator Ma-
nas Singh, the Keoladeo National Park in Bharatpur
has become totally plastic-free these days. There is
a complete ban on plastic
bags in Keoladeo National
Park. According to the
rules, if a tourist wants to
carry anything in a product
made of plastic, then he
has to deposit Rs 50 by
tagging the material.
The amount is refunded
on showing the tag upon returning. Though densely popu-
lated with flora and fauna, it struggled with water scarcity
several times. The biggest challenge was to save Keoladeo
from plastic. Single-use plastic has been banned in the
state from July 1, 2022 and strict actions are being taken
regularly against those found flouting it.
Vistara Airlines
started a new
Jaipur-Mumbai flight
number UK-566 from Tues-
day. The flight left from Jai-
pur to Mumbai at 6:30 am
and will return from Mumbai
to Jaipur at 10:50 pm.
Now, there are 12 flights
daily from Jaipur to Mumbai
easing passengers’ travel
between the two cities.
Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa, Amrrita Dhawan, GS Dotasra and Pratap
Singh Khachariyawas in Banswara during a meeting on Tuesday.
Sachin Pilot met the victim’s family members and
consoled them in Bhilwara on Tuesday.
Ramlal Jat, Rajendra Yadav and Dheeraj Gurjar
handing over a cheque to victim’s family.
Docs appeal for blood
donation due to scarcity
Water Resources Excellence
Rajasthan’s Water Resources Department clinches the ET Government Digitech Award 2023 for
pioneering digital innovations in water management. Dr Subodh Agarwal accepting the award
from Information and Technology Minister of Bihar, Mohammad Israil Mansuri, in Goa on Tuesday.
PREPS TO WAIVE OFF
FUEL SURCHARGE ON
OVER 200 UNITS
In good news
for domestic
electric-
ity consumers of
the state, efforts are
being made for not
taking fuel surcharge
even on consumption
exceeding 200 units.
An announcement of
this is likely within a
couple of days. Pres-
ently, consumers are
charged a fixed fee
for consumption up to
200 units. All taxes,
including ED, urban
cess and fuel sur-
charge, will be waived
off. This tax is borne
at state government
level. Around 8 lakh
consumers will benefit
from new proposal.
z July, 2014: 88.77%
z 2015: 91.81%
z 2016: 88.17%
z 2017: 91.57%
z 2018: 96.20%
z 2019: 95.64%
z 2020: 102%
z 2021: 97.70%
z 2022: 95.04%
z July, 2023: 100.69%
YEAR-VISE REVENUE
क्र.सं. प्रार्थी करा नराम
आवेदित भूदि
का स्ान/
वार्ड सं.
आवेदित भूदि
का क्ेत्रफल
वर्गफुट िें
प्रयोजन
1. सांवरमल / हीराराम प्रजापत 28 2062 69-अ
2. जगदीश प्रसाद / तोलाराम 30 1250 69-अ
3. बजरंगलाल / रामादत पारीक 15 2904 69-अ
4. भीखाराम / फुसाराम सुथार 12 1260 69-अ
5. कमला देवी / नानूराम जाट 5 875 69-अ
6. नानू कंवर / गोववनद वसंह राजपूत 7 1952 69-अ
7. शाननत देवी / जगदीश प्रसाद 6 625 69-अ
8. पवन कुमार / महावीर 15 3000 69-अ
9. लक्मी देवी दुगड / ज्ानीराम 6 2450 69-अ
10. देव कुमार / झाबर मल जांवगड 6 2089 69-अ
11. अजुजुनलाल नाई / वकशनलाल नाई 7 2728 69-अ
12. संजू व अरसद / फारूक हुसैन 7 1439 69-अ
13. वलयाकत / अबदुल अजीज 50 1680 69-अ
14. मो. अबदुल / अबदुल अजीज 50 1200 69-अ
15. मो. अताउलला खान / अबदुल अजीज 50 166 69-अ
16. अहमद कलाम / अबदुल अजीज 50 1015 69-अ
17. मो. इजाज गोरी / मो. हुसैन 37 1600 69-अ
18. मो. जावेद / मो. इवलयास 37 306 69-अ
19. मो. मेजर खां सालतखानी / नबाब खां 23 2881 69-अ
20. मनफुल खा / नबाब कायमखानी 23 3287 69-अ
21. जुबेदा बानो / मनसब खां 23 2815 69-अ
22. आशी देवी / राधा कृष्ण 5 2939 69-अ
23. नानूराम सोनी / ओकारमल 5 3118 69-अ
24. शाननत देवी / जगदीश प्रसाद 26 1504 69-अ
25. रामा देवी / मनोज कुमार नाई 5 1575 69-अ
26. ववनोद कुमार / मांगीलाल सोनी 26 1364 69-अ
27. कनहैयालाल सोनी / मांगीलाल सोनी 26 552 69-अ
28. रतनलाल सोनी / मांगीलाल सोनी 26 279 69-अ
29. वगरधारी लाल / मोमन राम माली 26 69-अ
30. दीपक कुमार शमाजु / धोकलराम शमाजु 7 1664 69-अ
31. पपपू देवी / शयोपाल भोपा 6 750 69-अ
32. जगदीश भोपा / घुडाराम भोपा 6 1875 69-अ
33. गोपीराम / दानाराम जाट 25 1237 69-अ
34. ररजवान तगाला / नवाब तगाला 33 1650 69-अ
35. सुरजमुखी / भंवरलाल नाई 26 1440 69-अ
36. जावकर सांखला / मुमताज अली 31 1734 69-अ
37. मो. ररजवान / बुधेशाह 39 1760 69-अ
38. मो. सावजद काजी / बुधेशाह काजी 39 1760 69-अ
39. असलम काजी / बुधेशाह 39 1760 69-अ
40. कैलाश चंद / सोहनलाल प्रजापत 16 1633 69-अ
41. ओमप्रकाश / बजरंग वसंह राजपुरोवहत 3 557 69-अ
42. शंकरवसंह / भंवरवसंह राजपुरोवहत 2 2720 69-अ
43. भंवरी देवी / मा्णकचनद सोनी 2 1550 69-अ
44. मो. असलम / नूर मो. 29 946 69-अ
45. प्रवत देवी सोनी / प्रदीप कुमार 45 238 69-अ
46. कैलाश चनद्र / हनुमान प्रसाद वमश्ा 45 2800 69-अ
47. सीता देवी / नानुराम भाट 15 807 69-अ
48. गोरीशंकर / महादेवराम रेगर 50 712 69-अ
49. राजेश कुमार / श्ी महादेवराम रेगर 50 712 69-अ
50. कंवर लाल रेगर /महादेवराम रेगर 50 712 69-अ
51. जगदीश प्रसाद / जेठमल 26 992 69-अ
52. भंवरदान चार्ण / नतथुदान चार्ण 4 840 69-अ
53. कर्णीदान / श्ी नतथुदान चार्ण 4 840 69-अ
54. कानदान चार्ण / नतथुदान चार्ण 9 880 69-अ
55. हडमान दान / नतथुदान चार्ण 4 880 69-अ
56. मो. अवदल खान / इब्ावहम खान 25 1750 69-अ
57. मुसताक काजी / लाल मो. 33 666 69-अ
58. मो. सफीक / लाल मो. 43 1070 69-अ
59. महबूब काजी / लाल मो. 43 1250 69-अ
60. शंकरलाल / बुधाराम रेगर 50 850 69-अ
61. वशवकुमार / डुगरमल 50 666 69-अ
62. लक्मी / हंसराज हररजन 48 1760 69-अ
63. सुगरा / सलीम 39 2170 69-अ
64. रूवकया बानो / इमरान काजी 35 1250 69-अ
65. सुमन / वकशन लाल नाई 11 1232 69-अ
66. वभंवराज / टोरमल सवामी 54 2385 69-अ
67. मररयम / अलाउदीन 44 2450 69-अ
68. रूपचनद भेाजक / रामलाल भोजक 26 1536 69-अ
69. कमला प्रसाद सोनी / लु्णाराम सोनी 26 1200 69-अ
70. दोलतराम / ताराचनद 48 2565 69-अ
71. आवबदा / मो. मुनसलम 19683 69-अ
72. इसलाम बानो / लाल मो. 36 655 69-अ
73. वलयाकत / वहममत खान 32 1250 69-अ
74. उसमान खान / मवजद खान कयामखानी 32 1750 69-अ
75. कैलाशी देवी / मनीराम 6 2400 69-अ
76. सुमन / मदनलाल 24 1056 69-अ
77. ननद लाल पारीक / फुसाराम पारीक 54 1034 69-अ
78. सलीम वनवारीया / जमालुदीन 54 1250 69-अ
79. जावबद वनवारीया / मुसताक 54 975 69-अ
80. मदीना / सफी मो. 54 1250 69-अ
81. सोमेशवरलाल / सीताराम माली 2 3108 69-अ
82. भंवरलाल / रामलाल सुथार 1 1800 69-अ
83. महेश कुमार / वनरा्ण चनद ब्ाहम्ण 1 2450 69-अ
84. नोपाराम / डालुराम 1 1225 69-अ
85. शंकरलाल / डालुराम 1 1225 69-अ
86. भेराराम / नोपाराम 1 2310 69-अ
87. कलावती देवी / बृजलाल सवमी 1 3075 69-अ
88. माली देवी / दुलाराम 1 2600 69-अ
89. गोववनद प्रसाद / बेगाराम पांडे 26 1266 69-अ
90. ननदलाल सोनी / ओमप्रकाश 54 672 69-अ
91. मोतीलाल जाट / पू्णाजुराम जाट 6 1680 69-अ
92. ओमप्रकाश / रामलाल जाट 6 1944 69-अ
93. जगदीश /रामलाल जाट 6 299 69-अ
94. जमीला बानो/घीसू खान 27 1330 69-अ
95. गुलशन बानो/घीसू खान 25 1696 69-अ
96. संजू देवी/ववजय वसंह 5 1598 69-अ
97. राजकुमार/ग्णेश मल 47 1908 69-अ
98. कयूम वबसायवत / मुसताक 41 1250 69-अ
99. ताहीर हुसैन / मुसताक अहमद 41 1260 69-अ
100. सवफ / ईब्ावहम 51 1250 69-अ
101. मो. सवलम / लाल मो. 51 527 69-अ
102. पांची देवी / बहादुर वसंह 36 650 69-अ
103. कृष्ण देवी / सुभान चनद रेगर 38 1269 69-अ
104. कुनदनमल सैनी / भीलूराम माली 8 2450 69-अ
105. ववमला देवी / रतनलाल माली 15 1328 69-अ
106. ववकास भामभु / मनफुल वसंह 25 3433 69-अ
107. हरजु उफ्फ नाराय्ण / बृजमोहन 47 1323 69-अ
108. ओंकार मल / फुसाराम प्रजापत 52 700 69-अ
109. मंजू देवी / कर्णीदान सोनी 1 1225 69-अ
110. शंकरलाल प्रजापत/ लक्मीनाराय्ण 5 1123 69-अ
111. लक्म्णराम / नाराय्ण चनद माली 8 1141 69-अ
112. दाउद अली खां / मुमताज अली 29 1512 69-अ
113. हररराम /सोहनलाल 6 1250 69-अ
114. रामकर्ण / सोहनलाल 6 4000 69-अ
115. रेशमी देवी / धमजुचनद बैद 10 2226 69-अ
116. ववमला देवी / मदनलाल सोनी 5 630 69-अ
117. ववजय कुमार / भीखमचनद 12 5723 69-अ
118. पुनम चनद / जयदेवाराम 6 5850 69-अ
119. सुमेर वसंह / महावीर वसंह राजपूत 5 3600 69-अ
120. मो. फारूक तेली / कुरडा 4 1750 69-अ
121. वलछमा देवी / मनरूप प्रजापत 5 2132 69-अ
122. चनदा देवी / बाबुलाल प्रजापत 5 1006 69-अ
123. मोंगीलाल राजपुरोवहत / जीव्ण वसंह 5 1250 69-अ
124. चतुभजुज सोनी / चमपालाल सोनी 26 1260 69-अ
125. प्रदीप कुमार सोनी / कनहैयालाल सोनी 54 2185 69-अ
126. राकेश सोनी / चतुभुजुज सोनी 26 1126 69-अ
127. प्रकाश कुमार / टीकम चनद 6 1254 69-अ
128. सुमन रांकावत / रामलाल 21 540 69-अ
129. गोववनदराम / भंवरलाल माली 1 1050 69-अ
130. कनहैयालाल / भंवरलाल 1 1400 69-अ
131. अवमत कुमार / सांवरमल सैनी 4 1334 69-अ
132. संतोर देवी / मदनलाल नाई 1 2659 69-अ
133. सुरेश कुमार अग्रवाल / शंकरलाल अग्रवाल 23 1929 69-अ
134. भंवर कंवर / र्णजीत वसंह 24 2400 69-अ
135. धनपत राम / हजारी मल सार्ण 24 1400 69-अ
136. गंगा देवी / हुकुम चंद 25 3000 69-अ
137. प्रभुराम / कानीराम शमाजु 24 3000 69-अ
138. सांवरमल / कानीराम शमाजु 24 3000 69-अ
139. अमीलाल / भेराराम लुहार 24 1200 69-अ
140. ओमप्रकाश / सीताराम 24 600 69-अ
141. वकशोर कुमार /सीताराम 24 600 69-अ
142. सईदन बानो / नबाव खां 31 1250 69-अ
143. हरजीराम / भुराराम 25 3190 69-अ
144. रफीक / ईसाक तेली 25 698 69-अ
145. सांवरमल नाई / हंसराज नाई 27 358 69-अ
146. जगदीश नाथ / श्ी वनरा्ण नाथ 1 4350 69-अ
147. मुन्ीनाथ / वनरा्णनाथ 1 2500 69-अ
148. सीताराम / कुमभाराम शमाजु 49 2450 69-अ
149. मुराद खां / अजमत खां कयामखानी 43 3000 69-अ
150. फुसे खान / असत अली खान 43 3600 69-अ
151. ववमल कुमार भोजक / नथमल भोजक 22 2046 69-अ
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प्रापत करने के वलए धारा 69-अ के तहत नगर परररद के पक्ष में अभयवपजुत करने हेतु आवेदन प्रसतुत वकया गया है वजसका वववर्ण वनममानुसार है :-
वजले का नाम - चूरू
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RAJASTHAN
Sandeep Goyal
Sawai Madhopur
Union Home Minister
Amit Shah is likely to
visit Gangapur City of
Sawai Madhopur dis-
trict on August 27 and
address a public rally.
Sources informed that
the union minister may
address a gathering and
interact with farmers in
Thadi village of Gan-
gapur City. Former
MLA from Todabheem
constituency Ramesh
Meena has started prep-
arations for the same. It
is believed that the BJP
leadership is focusing
on the assembly con-
stituencies of the east-
ern region of the state.
First India Bureau
Jaipur
The passengers go-
ing for fairs in road-
ways buses will get a
discount of 50 per-
cent in the fare
charges, said an of-
ficial on Tuesday.
These fairs include
the Pushkar fair of
Ajmer, Kailadevi fair
of Karauli, Bada fair
of lake in Bharatpur,
Ramdevra fair of
Jaisalmer, Urs fair of
Ajmer, Khatushyam
fair of Sikar, Salasar
Balaji fair of Churu,
Gogamedi fair of
Hanumangarh, Ben-
eshwar fair of Dun-
garpur, Ganesh fair
of Sawai Madhopur,
Diggi Kalyan fair of
Tonk, Bhrithari,
Pandupol Temple
fair of Alwar, Johad
Gurudwara fair of
Sriganganagar, Mu-
kam fair of Bikaner
and Savaliya Seth
temple fair of Chit-
torgarh, said an offi-
cial on Tuesday.
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It was told in the meet-
ing that offices of Dis-
trict Collector and Dis-
trict SP have been start-
ed in all new districts.
Also, ADG has been
appointed as range in-
charge in new ranges.
Action has been taken to
create posts for district
level offices of all main
departments including
Divisional Commis-
sioner and District Col-
lectorate. By reserving
50 additional jobs for
each new district by the
Police Department,
postings have been
made on new posts.
An allocation of Rs 1
crore has been made for
each District Collector-
ate and Rs 60 lakh for SP
for smooth functioning
of offices. All district
level facilities will also
bedevelopedat newdis-
trict HQs. District and
SessionsCourtswillalso
be established in new
dists. Necessary propos-
als in this regard will be
sent to HC for approval.
Town planning
experts will prepare
a special action plan
Presentmasterplanofall
new district HQs will be
reviewed. A special ac-
tionplanwillbeprepared
in collaboration with
town planning experts to
ensure planned devp.
State level Panel will
select land for offices
It was informed in the
meet that final form of
land selection for Mini
Secretariat/Collectorate
will be given by a state
level committee consti-
tuted under chairman-
ship of ACS, Revenue.
For this, the proposals
received earlier will also
be reviewed. In view of
well-planned develop-
ment, a panel of officers
of Town Planning Dept
willvisitthespotandtest
suitability of the land
identified for Mini Sec-
retariat/District Collec-
torate  submit report to
State Level Committee.
Decision of
upgradation of
municipalities
It was decided in princi-
ple in meeting that the
municipalities of Dist
HQs would be upgrad-
ed to Municipal Coun-
cils after duly examin-
ing them. Till the for-
mation/election of Zilla
Parishads in new dis-
tricts, one post of Addl
Chief Executive Officer
Zilla Parishad will be
created in each new dis-
trict for smooth works.
Grand events will be
held on I- Day
The CM instructed to
organise a grand 2-day
Independence Day pro-
gram at new district
HQs. In these events, a
cultural evening, deco-
rative lighting and fire-
works will be organized
by Tourism Dept on
August 14 and a digni-
fied Independence Day
celebration will be cel-
ebrated on August 15.
AmitShahlikely
tovisitGangapur
CityonAugust27
50% discount in buses
of roadways for those
going to attend fairs
All major offices started
in 17 new Raj districts
Bill to empower Commander-in-Chief or Officer-
in-Command of Inter-Services Organisations
Rajya Sabha passes Dental Commission Bill
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BOTHHOUSESADJOURNEDAGAIN
 Oppn pushes for Manipur CM’s resignation over violence  Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha to resume at 11 am today
First India Bueau
New Delhi
Both Houses of Parlia-
ment, Lok Sabha and Ra-
jya Sabha, were ad-
journed again on Tues-
day and will resume at
11am on August 9
(Wednesday). The debate
on no-confidence motion
will be continued in Lok
Sabha on Wednesday.
Earlier, the Opposition
MPs on Tuesday de-
manded the resignation
of Manipur Chief Minis-
ter Biren Singh over the
violence in the state as
Lok Sabha took up a dis-
cussion on the no-confi-
dence motion against the
government.
The Opposition MPs
claimed that the govern-
ment has failed on sev-
eral other issues too like
inflation, maintaining
communal harmony and
safeguarding the inde-
pendence of institutions.
Proceedings of Lok Sabha gets adjourned till 11am on 9th August during the Monsoon Session, in New Delhi on Tuesday. ANI Rajya Sabha proceedings underway during the Monsoon Session of Parliament, in New Delhi on Tuesday. ANI
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1.40 LAKH KG NARCOTICS DESTROYED ACROSS
COUNTRY ON JULY 17: MoS NITYANAND RAI
`48,461CRUNCLAIMEDDEPOSITSTRANSFERRED
TODEPOSITOREDUCATIONAWARENESSFUND
RANSOMWARE ECOSYSTEM IS EVOLVING WITH
WIDE RANGE OF ATTACK CAMPAIGNS: CENTRE
New Delhi: Union Minister for State Home Affairs
Nityanand Rai on Tuesday informed Lok Sabha
that due to all-out efforts, the flood situation in
Delhi was brought under control. The topic of whether
the government has taken note of the serious waterlog-
ging that has occurred in some areas of Delhi, with flood
water reaching the Supreme Court complex and causing
hardship for the people, was addressed to the Lok Sab-
ha by MoS Home Nityanand Rai in a written response.
He said that due to heavy rains during monsoon in July
2023 and the unprecedented rise in the water level of the
Yamuna River, water logging occurred in some parts of
Delhi, particularly along the Yamuna River bank.
New Delhi: Minister of State for Home Affairs
Nityanand Rai on Tuesday said in the Lok Sabha
that in a special campaign by the Ministry of
Home Affairs till now more than 10.1 lakh kg of drugs
have been destroyed and 1.40 lakh kg of narcotics were
destroyed in a single day on July 17. “Destruction of
seized drugs is a continuous process. NCB, under direc-
tions of Ministry of Home Affairs, has initiated a special
campaign for destruction of seized drug from 01.06.2022
in Collaboration with other Drug Law Enforcement
Agencies (DLEAs). In the said campaign, more than
10,17,523 Kgs of drugs have been destroyed till date in-
cluding 1,40,969 kgs of drugs destroyed on 17.07.2023,”
MoS Home Nityanand Rai to Lok Sabha in written reply.
New Delhi: Unclaimed deposits worth Rs
48,461.44 crore pertaining to 16,79,32,112 ac-
counts have been transferred by the banks to
Depositor Education  Awareness Fund as on March 31,
2023, Parliament was informed on Tuesday. Ministry of
Corporate Affairs has informed that the amount lying with
Investor Education and Protection Fund, as on March
31, 2023, is Rs 5,714.51 crore, Minister of State for
Finance Bhagwat Karad said in a written reply in Rajya
Sabha. “Fugitive Economic Offender Act was enacted in
2018. The Directorate of Enforcement (ED) has informed
that as on August 2, 2023, there are eight fugitive eco-
nomic offenders who are wilful defaulters,” he said.
New Delhi: Ransomware ecosystem is evolv-
ing with a wide range of attack campaigns
and cyber threat actors are exploiting known
vulnerabilities, compromised credentials of Remote
Access services and phishing campaigns for gaining
access into the infrastructure of organisations, Ministry
of Home Affairs (MHA) told the Lok Sabha on Tuesday.
Minister of State for Home Ajay Kumar Mishra informed
the House in a written reply to a member when asked
whether the government is aware of underlined threats
emanating from cyber criminals using the dark net,
metaverse, deep fakes, ransomware and toolkit-based
misinformation for campaigns in the country.
LS BRIEFLY DISRUPTED AS OPPN PROTESTS TICKERS
ON SANSAD TV HIGHLIGHTING GOVT WORKS
NEVER HAVE EXPUNGED REMARKS BEEN
RESTORED BEFORE: ADHIR RANJAN CHOWDHURY
BJP CALLS MANMOHAN’S PRESENCE IN RS
‘EMBARRASSING’ EVEN AS CONG PRAISES HIM
BJP ATTACKS OPPOSITION ON ‘NEWSCLICK’
ISSUE INSIDE AND OUTSIDE OF PARLIAMENT
GONE AND BACK IN 35 MINUTES: TMC RS MP
DEREK O'BRIEN'S SUSPENSION THAT WASN'T
CONGRESS WILL REGRET THE NO-CONFIDENCE MOTION LATER: RIJIJU
New Delhi: Lok Sabha was briefly disrupted on
Tuesday during a discussion on the no-confidence
motion following opposition members’ loud protest
against tickers running on Sansad TV that highlighted
development works of the government during the live
broadcast of the debate in the House. Soon after BJP
member Nishikant Dubey began speaking against the mo-
tion, several opposition members, including the Congress,
TMC and the DMK, protested over the issue.
New Delhi: Congress leader in Lok Sabha Adhir
Ranjan Chowdhury on Tuesday accused BJP MP
Nishikant Dubey of making baseless allegations
against his party in the House and claimed that expunged
remarks have never been restored before. On Monday,
Dubey had raised in Lok Sabha the issue of a news report
in the New York Times which claimed that web portal
NewsClick has received Rs 38 crore funding and the
money has been used to create an anti-India environment.
“… Between 2005 and 2014, Chinese government has paid
money to Congress …. Congress wants to divide India …,”
the BJP member had alleged, amid opposition uproar.
New Delhi: The Congress and the BJP are divided
over the presence of former Prime Minister Man-
mohan Singh in the Rajya Sabha during the debate
on the Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi
(Amendment) Bill, 2023, on Monday. While the opposition
has praised the presence of Singh, the BJP has termed
it “embarrassing”. The Rajya Sabha debated the GNCTD
(Amendment) Bill, commonly called Delhi services bill and
moved by home minister Amit Shah, on Monday for over
six hours till late in the evening before voting took place
on it. Singh, 90, attended the Rajya Sabha and silently
watched the debate while sitting on a wheelchair at the
entrance of the House. Later, he also took part in the voting
process of the bill.
New Delhi: The BJP on Tuesday attacked opposi-
tion parties in and outside Parliament over a leading
US daily’s report of Chinese funding to a news
portal here and alleged that they might have formed their
new alliance at China’s prodding to target India’s security
and unity. BJP member Sudhanshu Trivedi raised the
issue in Rajya Sabha and questioned the Congress for its
alleged links with the portal, noting that a New York Times
report alleged that “NewsClick” received Chinese funding
to spread propaganda against India. Trivedi then targeted
the Congress about its alleged links with the portal, saying
the party supported it when the Enforcement Directorate
conducted raids on its premises over various charges,
including money laundering, in 2021.
New Delhi: The Rajya Sabha saw high drama
involving Trinamool Congress MP Derek O’Brien on
Tues-
day, with the
Chairman an-
nouncing his
suspension
for the rest of
the Monsoon
session and
then letting
him back into
the House
less than
an hour later. Chairman Jagdeep Dhankhar said he had
consciously decided not take the sense of House on the
motion to suspend O’Brien. He said if he had completed
the suspension procedure, the TMC MP would not have
managed to return to the Rajya Sabha the same day.
New Delhi: Union Minister Kiren Rijiju, while arguing against the no-confidence
motion brought by the Opposition parties in Lok Sabha, said that the Congress will
regret it later. “This no-confidence motion has been brought at a very wrong time
and in a wrong manner. The Congress party will regret it later,” Rijiju said. “Nothing will hap-
pen by naming the alliance I.N.D.I.A when you are actually working against India,” he said
during no-confidence motion debate. The motion was brought to the House by Congress
Party MP Gaurav Gogoi amidst the Opposition’s ongoing protests demanding a statement
on the situation in Manipur from PM Narendra Modi and was accepted by Speaker Om Birla
on July 26. The minister further slammed the previous UPA govt at the Centre for “racial
discrimination and atrocities” faced by the people from Northeast in the national capital.
MONSOON SESSION
OF PARLIAMENT
THAKUR SLAMS RAGHAV CHADHA OVER FRAUD CLAIM ON DELHI SERVICES BILL
New Delhi: Union Minister Anurag
Thakur on Tuesday slammed AAP
leader Raghav Chadha over Union
Home Minister Amit Shah's fraud claim in
connection to the Delhi Services Bill and said
that few political leaders are habitual of lying.
“A few political leaders are habitual of lying.
Perhaps, they forgot that this doesn't work
inside the Parliament. The House functions as
per rules not with ruckus. They may attempt
to mislead the country as much as they want,
but they were exposed in both Lok Sabha and
Rajya Sabha...,” Thakur said. Union Home Min-
ister Amit Shah on Monday in Rajya Sabha al-
leged fraud after five MPs of the Upper House
— S Phangnon Konyak, Narhari Amin and
Sudhanshu Trivedi of BJP, M Thambidurai of
AIADMK and Sasmit Patra of BJD — said that
their name was included without their consent
in a motion moved by Chaddha in the House.
Nishikant Dubey’s ‘Bete’, ‘damaad’ jibe at Sonia Gandhi in LS
ANI
New Delhi
Bharatiya Janata Party
MPNishikant Dubey, on
Tuesday, initiating his
party’s debate on the no-
confidence motion in
Lok Sabha, took a jibe at
Sonia Gandhi and also
hit out at Congress leader
Rahul Gandhi.
“This no-confidence
motionhasbeenbrought.
Why has this been
brought? Sonia ji (Gan-
dhi) is sitting here...I
think she has to do two
things - “Bete (son) ko
set karna hai aur Damad
(son-in-law) ko bhent
karna hai” (She wants to
set his son [Rahul Gan-
dhi] and wants to gift his
son-in-law). ...That is the
base of this motion,”
Dubey said.
Sonia Gandhi was
seen laughing at the BJP
MP’s remark.
THOUGH WE ARE AGAINST BJP, YET CANNOT
SUPPORT NO-CONFIDENCE MOTION: BJD IN LS
New Delhi: As
a debate on the
no-confidence
motion against the
BJP-led government
brought by Opposition
alliance I.N.D.I.A started
on Tuesday, Biju Janata
Dal (BJD) did not support
the motion, saying that
it would be “resound-
ingly defeated”. BJD MP
Pinaki Misra said that
his party cannot support
the no-trust motion as
the Central government
has done many things
for Odisha. “I cannot
support a No-Confidence
Motion against a Central
Government today, even
though we are against
the BJP as a political
party...I am grateful for
the many things that the
Central Government has
done for Odisha which
is why, in any case, I am
unable to persuade my-
self on behalf of my party
and leader to support a
No Confidence Motion
today which has been
brought by the Congress
party,” BJP MP Misra
said in Lok Sabha.
Rajya Sabha passed Inter-Services Organisation
(Command, Control  Discipline) Bill – 2023
Bill to empower President with management
accountability of IIMs
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BILLS PASSED ON TUESDAY
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people to hoist tricolour
at home. This drive will
run till August 15.
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New Delhi
Congress president Mal-
likarjun Kharge on Tues-
day asked party leaders
and workers in Assam to
reach out to people and
expose the “misgovern-
ance” of the BJP, as he
chaired a Lok Sabha poll
strategy meeting for the
northeastern state.
Congress leader Rahul
Gandhi, All India Con-
gress Committee (AICC)
in-charge ofAssam Jiten-
draSingh,AssamPradesh
Congress Committee
chief Bhupen Borah and
MP from Assam Gaurav
Gogoi among others at-
tended the meeting here
at theAICC headquarters.
“In Assam, the Con-
gress party is gearing up
for the Lok Sabha elec-
tions. We are reinvigorat-
ing the organisation. All
leaders and workers must
reach out to people and
expose the misgovern-
ance and incompetence
of the BJP,” Kharge said.
The party is holding
strategy meetings for
every state as part of its
preparations for the 2024
Lok Sabha elections.
ON ‘ASPIRING FOR SUPERMIND IN CITY OF EVOLVING CONSCIOUSNESS’
Prez inaugurates conference at Auroville
PTI
New Delhi
he President of
India, Smt
Droupadi Mur-
mu inaugurated a confer-
ence on ‘Aspiring for
Supermind in the City of
Evolving Conscious-
ness’ at Auroville. Earli-
er, she also visited the
Matrimandir and a city
exhibition at Auroville.
The President said that
Sri Aurobindo believed
thatSupermindcanenable
human beings to trans-
form into divine beings.
He gave the philosophy
that supra-mental con-
sciousness has the power
to make this material
worlddivine.Shesaidthat
divinity has a different
meaning and definition
foreachoneofus.Butone
thing is common.The one
that is divine has to be
abovethematerialandbe-
yond the tangible. Divine
mind is a pure mind. It is
above the self. It thinks
about the progress, unity
and development of all.
The President said that
the spiritual awakening
of a mind can transform a
common being into a
conscious being. It is this
awakening that can trans-
form the individuals, or-
ganizations, countries
and the world. When
awakened minds come
together and work to-
wards common goals,
unimaginable results can
be achieved. The Presi-
dent said that the idea of
a Cosmic Being as pro-
pounded by Maharishi
Aurobindo has a great
relevance to the issues
the world is facing.
President Droupadi Murmu during a visit to the Aurobindo
Ashram in Auroville, Tuesday. ANI
Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath and others during Monsoon
session at Vidhan Bhawan, in Lucknow, on Tuesday. PTI
The President said
that Auroville is a
place where human
minds explore, evolve
and work together to
achieve the larger
goal of attaining
Supreme
Consciousness. It
promotes the
development of all
human beings
T
PTI
Srinagar
Lieutenant Governor
Manoj Sinha on Tuesday
chaired a meeting with
senior administrative
and police officers to re-
view the preparedness
for Independence Day
celebrations across Jam-
mu and Kashmir.
The meeting was at-
tended by Jammu and
Kashmir Chief Secretary
Arun Kumar Mehta, Prin-
cipal Secretary to Lt Gov-
ernor Mandeep Kumar
Bhandari, administrative
secretaries, ADGPs, divi-
sional commissioners,
deputy commissioners,
and other officers, in per-
son and through video
conference, an official
spokesman said.
The Lt Governor took
appraisal of the cam-
paigns and events
planned by the district
administrations and gov-
ernment departments in
the run-up to the grand
celebration on Independ-
ence Day.
“I am confident that
this year too people in
huge numbers will par-
ticipate in Independence
Day events,” Sinha said.
He directed the offi-
cials to organise activi-
ties under the ‘Har Ghar
Tiranga Abhiyan’.
Agencies
Lucknow
Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi
Adityanath on Tuesday
took a dig at Leader of
Opposition and Sama-
jwadiParty(SP)president
Akhilesh Yadav and said
that it was good to see that
Samajwadis (socialists)
were concerned about the
rising population.
While replying to a
question regarding inclu-
sion of employment ori-
entededucationinthecur-
riculumofsecondaryedu-
cation, Yogi said, It felt
good to see that the Lead-
er of the Opposition is
concernedaboutthepopu-
lation. We are talking
about the common law to
control this. At least there
has been progress among
the socialists. Thinking
about the progress is a
good thing, he said.
Earlier, Akhilesh
sought to know from
Yogi about the rise in the
number of children in the
age group of 15 years be-
tween 2017 to 2022.
ANI
Mumbai
Netaji Subash Chandra
Bose's nephew Ardhen-
du Bose passed away in
Maharash-
tra's Mum-
bai on Mon-
day. The
reason for
his death
was a heart attack andAr-
dhendu Bose breathed his
last while at his residence
in Mumbai, informed his
wife Kermeen Bose.
Agencies
Thiruvananthapuram
Kerala on Tuesday be-
came the first state in the
country when theAssem-
bly passed a
resolution
against the
U n i f o r m
Civil Code
(UCC).
The Kerala Legislative
Assembly unanimously
demanded that the cen-
tral government refrain
from taking any steps on
issues affecting the entire
populace of the country.
Plea in Supreme Court relating to communal
violence in Gurugram and other incidents
Karnataka medical college suspends 11
students for posting reel ‘demeaning’ nurses
New Delhi: Following a number of occurrences,
including calls for a Muslims boycott and the closing of
mosques in Gurugram, the Supreme Court received a new
petition seeking to initiate appropriate action against the
speakers who instigated communal disharmony. Senior
Advocate Kapil Sibal mentioned the plea on Monday before
a bench led by Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud. He
mentioned some incidents that have happened in Gurugram
whereby it was said that people who employ any member of
a minority community in shops will all be called traitors.
New Delhi: Eleven MBBS second-year students of
Karnataka Institute of Medical Sciences (KIMS) in
Karnataka’s Hubballi have been suspended for making an
Instagram reel demeaning nurses and posting it. The video
urges people not to trust nurses. In the video, a student
dresses up as a nurse who doesn’t take her job seriously. It
shows her escorting a patient in a wheelchair when a man
starts talking to him. She immediately responds, gets busy
talking, and lets go of the wheelchair carelessly.
PILseekingsealingof
Gyanvapidismissed
aswithdrawnbyHC
New Delhi: The
Allahabad High
Court on Tuesday
dismissed as withdrawn a
PIL seeking a direction to
the Uttar Pradesh
government to seal the
entire Gyanvapi premises
without affecting the ASI
survey order of the
Varanasi court. The court
dismissed the petition as
withdrawn when petitioner
counsel made a prayer to
approach the appropriate
forum as per law and file
an application for the
reliefs claimed in the PIL.
Karnataka HC
dismisses case
against JP Nadda
New Delhi: The
Karnataka HC has
quashed a case of
violation of model code of
conduct registered
against the BJP president
JP Nadda during the
run-up to the May 10
assembly polls. The case
related to a speech
Nadda made during a
campaign rally at
Harapanahalli in
Vijayanagar district.
Justice M Nagaprasanna
at HC allowed a petition
from Nadda and quashed
the case on Monday.
CRUCIAL READ
Agencies
New Delhi
Congress is gearing up
for the Rahul Gandhi’s
second Bharat JodoYatra
and a committee has been
formed to finalise the de-
tails, though there is no
official word from the
grand old party yet.
Maharashtra Conga-
ress president Nana Pa-
tole on Tuesday an-
nounced that Rahul Gan-
dhi will start his “pady-
atra” from Gujarat to
Meghalaya and the sched-
ule for the march will be
announced later.
Patole said the Con-
gress workers in Maha-
rashtra would hold paral-
lel march across the en-
tire state coinciding with
Rahul’s “padyatra.”
“We will start a paday-
atra (in Maharashtra)
when Rahul Gandhi starts
his own padayatra from
Gujarat to Meghalaya.
The programme has been
given to us by the All In-
dia Congress Committee
(AICC),” Patole said.
PTI
New Delhi
Delhi Lieutenant Gover-
nor V K Saxena has ac-
corded sanction for the
prosecution of two per-
sons accused of drawing
anti-national slogans like
“Khalistan Zindabad” al-
legedly at the behest of
banned outfit - Sikhs for
Justice (SFJ) - early this
year, Raj Niwas officials
said on Tuesday.
Accused Vikram Sin-
gh and Balram Singh
were arrested by Delhi
Police for drawing multi-
ple pro-Khalistani graf-
fiti in areas of Vikaspuri,
Janakpuri, Pachim Vihar,
Meera Bagh and other
parts of Western Delhi on
January 19, they said.
The accused said they
indulged in such activi-
ties on the instruction of
fugitive secessionist
Gurpatwant Singh Pan-
nun, (founder of SFJ).
2nd phase of Bharat Jodo Yatra
from Guj to Meghalaya: Congress
DelhiLGallowsprosecutionof2
menforpro-Khalistanislogans
Rahul Gandhi will undertake 2nd leg of Bharat Jodo Yatra. FILE
LG of Delhi VK Saxena, Delhi
CM Arvind Kejriwal  others at
inauguration of redeveloped
‘Shaheedi Park’ at ITO, in New
Delhi, on Tuesday.  PTI
LG Manoj Sinha during a meeting on Tuesday.
Jammu-Kashmir gears up for grand celebration on Aug 15
Independence Day
LGSinhareviewsIndependence
DaypreparednessacrossJK
PTI
Washington
Led by Indian-American
Congressman Thanedar,
a group of US lawmakers
have introduced a resolu-
tion in the House of Rep-
resentatives to declare
India’s Independence
Day as a National Day of
Celebrationoftheworld’s
two largest democracies.
The resolution express-
esthebeliefthatthestrong
partnership between the
United States and India,
rooted in shared demo-
cratic values, will contin-
ue to advance global de-
mocracy and foster peace,
stability, and prosperity.
The resolution seeks to
declareAugust 15, India’s
Independence Day as the
National Day of Celebra-
tionoftheWorld’s2Larg-
est Democracies.
Americans with Indian
heritage enhance public
life in the US as govern-
ment officials, military
personnel,  law enforce-
ment officers who dili-
gently uphold the princi-
ples of the US Constitu-
tion  contribute to the
enriching diversity of Na-
tion, the resolution says.
Resolutionintroducedin
USHousetodeclareAug15
as‘Nat’lDayofCelebration’
We all must work together as a single unit for
the successful conduct of ‘Meri Maati Mera Desh’,
‘Har Ghar Tiranga’ across the Union Territory and
‘Tiranga Yatra’ in Jammu and Srinagar.
MANOJ SINHA, JK LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR
‘GoodtoseeSamajwadisare
concernedaboutpopulation’
INQUIRY REPORT ON 1980 MORADABAD RIOTS
TABLED IN UTTAR PRADESH ASSEMBLY
Lucknow: A report on an inquiry into the 1980 Mora-
dabad riots by a retired high court judge was tabled
in the Uttar Pradesh assembly on Tuesday. Parlia-
mentary Affairs Minister Suresh Kumar Khanna tabled the
report and gave reasons for the delay. In May, the state
cabinet had decided to table the Justice M P Saxena Com-
mission’s report in the assembly. The 1980 Moradabad
riots had lasted months, in which 83 people were killed
and several others injured in several districts of the state.
Saxena, who had retired as a judge of the Allahabad High
Court, had submitted his report in November 1983. When
the riots took place, there was a Congress government in
Uttar Pradesh under the leadership of Chief Minister Vish-
wanath Pratap Singh. At the time, a Congress government,
led by Indira Gandhi, was also in power at the Centre.
CONGRESS MP RAHUL GANDHI TO VISIT
WAYANAD ON AUGUST 12-13
New Delhi: Congress General Secretary
KC Venugopal on Tuesday informed that
Rahul Gandhi will be on a two-day visit to his
Lok Sabha constituency in Wayanad, Kerala, from
August 12 to August 13. This will be his first visit
since he was reinstated as a Lok Sabha Member
of Parliament on Monday. In this regard, Congress
General Secretary KC Venugopal took to Twitter
and said,” On 12-13 August,Rahul Gandhi ji will be
in his constituency, Wayanad!
Assam:CongholdsLSpollsstrategymeeting
Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge with party leaders Rahul
Gandhi and others, at AICC HQ, in New Delhi, Tuesday. PTI
Subhas Chandra
Bose nephew
passes away
Kerala is 1st state
to pass resolution
against UCC
Courtesy Meet!
Former Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj S Bommai calls on
Union Home Minister Amit Shah, in New Delhi on Tuesday.
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Russianstrikeskill7,
devastationinUkraine
Agencies
Kyiv
Rescue workers combed
through the rubble of
damaged apartments in
the city of Pokrovsk in
eastern Ukraine on
Tuesday, a day after
Russian strikes killed at
least seven people.
The target of the mis-
sile attack was a com-
mand post of the Ukrain-
ian armed forces, the
Russiandefenceministry
indicated in a daily brief-
ing.Pokrovsk,whichhad
a pre-war population of
around 60,000, sits just
40 kilometres (25
miles) from the eastern
front line, where Mos-
cow says it is gaining
ground and repelling
Ukrainian attacks.
RUSSIA TARGETED OUR
RESCUE WORKERS: KYIV
KYIV, Ukraine:
Ukrainian officials
on Tuesday ac-
cused the Kremlin’s forces
of targeting rescue workers
by hitting residential build-
ings with two consecutive
missiles — the first one to
draw crews to the scene
and the second one to
wound or kill them. The
strikes Monday evening in
the downtown district of the
city of Pokrovsk killed at
least seven people.
2 missiles - launched 40 minutes apart - damaged residential
buildings, a hotel, shops and administrative buildings.
NEW INDIAN MILESTONE
Thakur lauds swimmer Ganguly for his
silver at Youth Commonwealth Games
ANI
New Delhi
Union Sports Minister
Anurag Thakur on Tues-
day lauded Indian swim-
mer Shoan Ganguly for
winning silver at Youth
Commonwealth Games
in Trinbago.
Ganguly claimed sil-
ver in the boys 400m
individual medley swim-
ming event. He came
with the best Indian time
of 4:25.47 to finish be-
hind England’s Reece
Grady (4:24:16), while
Scotland’s Evan David-
son won the bronze with
a swim of 4:25:68.
Notably, the fastest
time clocked by an In-
dian swimmer is called
“Best Indian Time’’
while a timing is consid-
ered a national meet re-
cord when it has been
achieved at the National
Aquatic Championships.
Congratulations to
India’s rising star
and #KheloIndia
athlete Shoan Ganguly
on setting the new Best
Indian Time in the Men’s
400m Individual Medley
event en route to securing
a SILVER at the 2023 Youth
Commonwealth Games.
Anurag Thakur
@ianuragthakur
Powerfulstormkills2people,leaves
1.1mnwithoutpowerineasternUS
Agencies
Washington
At least two people died,
thousands of the United
States (US) flights were
canceled or delayed, and
more than 1.1 million
homes and businesses
lost power Monday as
severe storms, including
hail and lightning,
moved through the east-
ern United States.
The National Weather
Service issued a tornado
watch for the greater DC
area, lasting until 9pm.A
special Weather Service
statement warned,
“There is a significant
threat for damaging and
locally destructive hurri-
cane-force winds, along
with the potential for
large hail and tornadoes,
even strong tornadoes.”
147PEOPLEDEADINUS
DUETOEXTREMEHEAT
Washington DC: Ex-
treme heat in US has
killed at least 147
people in just five counties
with experts say the estimate
is far lower than the actual
number of lives lost to the
extreme heat, CNN reported.
The deaths occurred in 3
states that have suffered the
worst. Till date, 64 died in
Pima County; 39 in Maricopa
County; 26 in Clark County;
11 in Webb County; and 7 in
Harris County.
2,600FLIGHTSHITDUE
TOHEAVYSTORM
Washington: The
US govt offices in
the Washington DC
area closed early on Mon-
day (local time) because
of threatening weather
as forecasters warned
people across the eastern
US of possible tornadoes,
damaging winds and large
hailstones. Fast-moving
thunderstorms and power-
ful winds toppled trees
and knocked out power for
nearly 200,000 homes.
Nepal: 38 die
as heavy rains
trigger floods
and landslides
Agencies
Kathmandu
Landslides caused by
heavy rain killed one
person, and blocked a
major highway in Nepal
this week, officials said
on Tuesday, as the num-
ber of deaths from the
monsoon rains nears 40.
The rains, which lash
the Himalayan nation
from June to September,
kill scores of people
every year, and many
more go missing as the
monsoon triggers land-
slides and floods.
This year, 38 people
have died and at least
33 people are missing,
Mana Acharya, an offi-
cial at the home minis-
try said.
FISU World varsity
games: India wins
record 26 medals
ANI
Chengdu [China]
India finished seventh in
the FISU World Univer-
sity Games campaign
with a best-ever haul of
26 medals – 11 gold, five
silver and 10 bronze.The
31st edition of the World
University Games was
held in Chengdu, the
People’s Republic of
China, from July 28 to
August 8.
Bridge:IndianU31teambagsbronze
medalinWorldYouthTeamsC’ship
ANI
Veldhoven
The Indian under-31
bridge team comprising
Sagnik Roy, Sayantan
Kushari, Souvik Kar,
Pritam Das, Wrik
Chakraborty and Swar-
nashish Chatterjee has
won a bronze medal in
the 18th World Youth
Teams Bridge Champi-
onships held in Veld-
hoven, the Netherlands.
The team added a
feather to its cap when it
finished third by defeat-
ing China in the event
for the event held from
July 31 to August 7.
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  • 1. Jaipur, Wednesday | August 9, 2023 RNI NUMBER: RAJENG/2019/77764 | VOL 5 | ISSUE NO. 64 | PAGES 14 | `3.00 Rajasthan’s own English Newspaper firstindia.co.in firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur thefirstindia thefirstindia thefirstindia
  • 2. TOP TWEETS SPIRITUAL SPEAK Flesh gives birth to flesh, but the Spirit gives birth to spirit. BIBLE Pleased to speak to FM @JanLipavsky of Czech Republic. A good conversation on our bilateral ties, on important global issues and on our multilateral cooperation. Look forward to seeing him at #UNGA78. Dr. S. Jaishankar @DrSJaishankar Incredible Feat by Shoan! Congratulations to India’ rising star and #KheloIndia athlete Shoan Ganguly swimmer on setting the new Best Indian Time in the Men’s 400m Individual Medley event en route to securing a SILVER MEDAL at the 2023 Youth Commonwealth Games. Anurag Thakur @ianuragthakur IN-DEPTH CONTAMINATED COUGH SYRUPS BRING BAD NAME n a setback to the image of India and its phar- maceutical industry the World Health Or- ganisation (WHO) issued a warning over one batch of India-made cough syrup after it was found to be “contaminated” and “unsafe” for consumption. The Cold Out syrup which was being sold in Iraq is manufactured by Fourrts (India) Laboratories for Dablife Pharma. Four months back, in April, WHO had issued an alert against another India-made cough syrup sold in Marshall Islands and Micronesia. Ear- lier, WHO flagged contamination in cough syrups sold in Cameroon, Gambia and Uzbekistan. In total, seven India-made cough syrups have been found to be contaminated. After the Gambia and Uzbekistan the Union Health Ministry swung into action to enforce regulatory checks more strictly. After the deaths of dozens of children in Gambia and Uzbekistan, the Central Drugs Standard Control Organisation directed that laboratories “should give “top priority” to testing cough syrup meant for export. Obviously, there are loopholes if a contaminated batch still sneaks out. I APEX COURT ORDER A HEALING TOUCH he Supreme Court’s judgment on Manipur covers every aspect of recent events but what is of special significance is the formation of three former women judges to look into the humani- tarian aspects of the clashes. This is perhaps for the first time that former women judges of high courts have been assigned such a noble task. The panel will be led by Justice (retired) Gita Mittal, former Chief Justice of the J&K High Court, Justice (retired) Sha- lini P. Joshi of the Bombay High Court and Justice (retired) Asha Menon of the Delhi High Court. To- gether, they are expected to provide a much-needed healing touch to the victims of violent clashes between the Meiteis and Kukis. Women judges can do this job far more empathetically than male judges and the panel, besides other measures, would go a long way in restoring people’s faith in the rule of law so badly shatteredbythestate’s initial indifference. ABench headed by Justice DY Chandra- chud,theChiefJustice of India, the judicial panel will look into relief and rehabilita- tion of the affected people who are still struggling to start a normal life. The other confidence-building measure taken by the Bench, which also included Justices JB Pardiwala and Manoj Misra, was to appoint former Mumbai Police CommissionerDattatrayPadsalgikartooverseetheCBI probe into incidents of sexual violence, the video of at leastoneofwhichrockedthenation’sconscience.After the Supreme Court’s strong directives the people of Manipur can hope for justice. How the Meitei-Kuki chasm will be narrowed remains to be seen. T The Supreme Court’s judgment on Manipur covers every aspect of recent events but what is of special significance is the formation of three former women judges to look into the humanitarian aspects of the clashes. This is perhaps for the first time that former women judges of high courts have been assigned such a noble task l Vol 5 l Issue No. 64 l RNI NO. RAJENG/2019/77764. Printed and published by Anita Hada Sangwan on behalf of First Express Publishers. Printed at Bhaskar Printing Press, D.B. Corp Limited, Shivdaspura, Tonk Road, Jaipur. Published at 304, 3rd Floor, City Mall, Bhagwan Das Road, C-Scheme, Jaipur-302001, Rajasthan. Phone 0141-4920504. Editor-In-Chief: Dr Jagdeesh Chandra Editor: Anita Hada Sangwan responsible for selection of news under the PRB Act PERSPECT VE 02 Jaipur, Wednesday | August 9, 2023 www.firstindia.co.in firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur thefirstindia thefirstindia thefirstindia mid the de- bris strewn across the roads of Nuh, several questions areseeminglybe- ing stoked and are awaiting replies galore. What has surprised all is how the lar- gescale violence took place in the area and the subse- quent and collective role of the intelligence and the men in khakee which are being questioned widely. It has also raised ques- tions on what the state Home Minister Anil Vij had to say on Sunday. “Bhai, Nuh ke bare me aab jo batayenge, mukhy- amanti ji batayenge… unhi ke paas sari soochnaye hai. Mujhe nahin kuchh bhi pata (Brother, now only the chief minister will tell about the Nuh incident. I have no information).” Talking to journalists in Ambala, he went on to say, “Jo kuchh maine kehna tha mein keh chuka (I have said whatever I had to say (on Nuh)”. If the state home minister says he has nothing to say and the CM will talk in this regard, what can be deduced…? Six persons, including two home guards, were killed and hundreds were injured and displaced after the communal violence that erupted in Nuh on July 31, and also spread to nearby Gurgaon. The violence that broke out during the Vishva HinduParishadrallyinHar- yana’s Nuh was a “100 per cent intelligence failure,” as thepolicedidnotapprisethe organisers about the poten- tial threat of riots and com- munal tensions before the procession,VHPJoint Gen- eralSecretarySurenderJain had told CNN-News18 on Wednesday. Jain said the VHP had been in touch with the po- lice prior to the event. “We were in touch with the po- lice and this was not known to us… it’s a 100 per cent intelligence failure,” he said. If the video of murder- accused Monu Manesar went viral before the yatra at Nuh wherein he said that he would participate in the religious procession and as it is being presumed and also being claimed by the police that this may have incited clashes in the area on Monday, then why wasn’t internet shut down ASAP or why the govern- ment hadn’t issued orders to yank off the video to pre- vent it from spreading and creatingfurtherfissuresand tremors of fear. However, police officials maintained that Manesar did not visit the yatra… but the damage was done. If a peace meet was held in the area on July 27, in the pres- enceofpolice,whycouldn’t the police realise or feel the ripples coming? Also, one more important point has to be considered and this is after the massive violence took place, Monu Manesar was available for a section of the media for interviews especially to say that he was not physically present during the yatra, but how come till now the wanted murder- accused is still not in police net? It may be recalled that some on social media had also asked him (Monu) not to turn up. The Rajasthan and Haryana police are looking for him for the last six months — for the al- leged murders in Ra- jasthan. Monu has been absconding since February after he allegedly killed Junaid and Nasser for al- leged cow smuggling. EPICENTRE OF CYBERCRIME? Unfortunately, Nuh in the last three to four years, has turned into a hub for the cy- bercrime fraudsters with all sortsofcyber-relatedcrimes ranging from fake work- from-home job offers to honey traps with setting up fake profiles and advertise- ments on different products etc being conducted here. A recent Home Ministry data says that the Mewat region comprising Bharat- purandAlwarinRajasthan, Mathura district in Uttar Pradesh and Nuh in Hary- ana, has even replaced Jamtara in Jharkhand as India’s newest hub for cy- bercriminals. The National Crime Re- cords Bureau data showed that 52,974 cases of cyber- crimes were registered in 2021, an increase of 11.8% compared to the previous year. Nearly 12 per cent of these crimes were reported fromNuh.Thedistrict’spo- lice recently said they had solved at least 28,000 cases of cyber fraud across the country worth `100 crore. Did a section of the pro- testors take the advantage of the violence on that day to commit this attack on the Cyber Police Station…? In that case, the Nuh violence will attain a new dimension and a wider perspective. MINISTER’S QUESTION TRIGGERS MORE QUESTIONS Gurgaon MP and Union minister of state (inde- pendent charge) Rao In- derjit Singh has questioned why people joining a reli- gious procession – refer- ring to the ‘Shobha Yatra’ that passed through Nuh – were carrying weapons. Speaking to The Indian Express,Singhsaid,“Kisne hathiyar diye unko is pro- cession mein le jaane ke liye? Koi talwar leke jata haiprocessionmein?Lathi- dande leke jata hai (Who gave weapons to them for the procession? Who goes to a procession carrying swords, or sticks)?” “This is wrong.Aprovo- cation took place from this side too. I am not saying there was no provocation from the other side,” he continued. Singh also said thathehadaskedchiefmin- ister Manohar Lal Khattar and the Union home minis- try to send Central forces to Nuh as the police force was “insufficient”. Social media is playing a role to instigate matters, Singh alleged. “I have asked the police to probe who uploaded such videos. Someone said there were videos saying, ‘We are coming for this religious function, your daamad (son-in-law) is coming. If you can stop, stop it’. If such irresponsible videos are uploaded, it causes a negative impact.” This is what was dis- cussed earlier that when the video was creating waves, why didn’t the au- thorities react immediate- ly.And now when minister Vij says, “Bhai, Nuh ke bare me aab jo batayenge, mukhyamanti ji batay- enge… unhi ke paas sari soochnaye hai. Mujhe na- hin kuchh bhi pata,” we can realise the sorry state of affairs. THE VIEWS EXPRESSED BY THE AUTHOR ARE PERSONAL BRAND GURUGRAM TAKES A BEATING? “Gurugram is our gem and we cannot have this (vio- lence) happening here. The incidents going viral world- wide at a time when we are proudly hosting G20 events is not great. It has dented our image as a corporate hub or a prospective investment option. People will be scared to migrate here or invest and that will affect the state,” Gurugram MP and Union minister Rao Inderjeet Singh told The Tribune. To add to the woes… Haryana’s home (interior) minister, Anil Vij, had told the media, “It has been shocking to see how distrust between two communities spilled onto the streets.”Among the MNCs which are operating here are Google, American Express, Dell, Samsung, Ernst & Young and Deloitte. Suzuki’s main India plant is also located near Gurugram. Following the violence, many companies asked employees to work from home. With the country’s bid to expand it economy and en- sure its spirit of Atmanirbhar Bharat, such sudden wide- spread violent incidents are awfully worrying especially when India has been able to carve a niche for itself in the corporate world across devel- oped nations especially with its “Make In India” campaign. NUH:WASTHEVIOLENCE TIPOFANICEBERG? INTERESTING ANGLE! Investigative agencies are now closely monitoring at a targeted attack on the Cyber Police Station during Monday’s violence, and are probing if it had any connect with the action against cybercrime and the ‘Jamtara-style’ frauds in Nuh by the cops police of late. The cyber police station has recently gained a lot of importance especially for its action against several cybercrimes being operated in the area in the last few months. Cops are probing if the attack had to do with the police action against these cyber fraudsters. A Robin Roy The writer is Senior Journalist and former Managing Editor, First India
  • 3. NEW DISTRICTS IN FOCUS... ‘BORN’A DAY BACK, NEW RAJ DISTRICTS ‘UP AND RUNNING’! CM ASHOK GEHLOT REVIEWS THE ISSUES PERTAINING TO THE NEW DISTRICTS, DIRECTS TO OBSERVE 2-DAY INDEPENDENCE FESTIVAL Naresh Sharma Jaipur hief Minister Ashok Gehlot said on Tuesday that respecting the all- round development of State and public senti- ments, State govt has cre- ated new districts and divisions. “Decentraliza- tion will increase the ca- pabilities of administra- tion and strengthen the law and order,” he said and for ease of adminis- trative works of the com- mon man, he gave in- structions to officials re- garding new dists to be fully functional soon. Gehlot addressed the re- view meeting on Tuesday night. He said that only 7 new dists were formed in last 60 years, while the population of State in- creased 3 times during this period. “The most recently carved out dis- trict of Pratapgarh was declared in July 2006, which became functional in 2008. New dists have become functional in just 5 months,” he said. P6 CM Ashok Gehlot, Usha Sharma, Akhil Arora, Anand Kumar, Kuldeep Ranka, T Ravikanth, Gaurav Goyal, Umesh Mishra, Aparna Arora & others during review meeting of new districts at CMR on Tuesday. C Jaipur, Wednesday | August 9, 2023 RNI NUMBER: RAJENG/2019/77764 | VOL 5 | ISSUE NO. 64 | PAGES 14 | `3.00 Rajasthan’s Own English Newspaper firstindia.co.in firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur thefirstindia thefirstindia thefirstindia First India Bureau New Delhi The Opposition alliance INDIA wanted a “semi- final” before the 2024 Lok Sabha elections, and the results are out for everyone to see, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Tuesday at the BJP parliamentary party meeting, according to sources. The PM was re- ferring to the battle over the controversial Delhi Services Bill, which was passed by RS on Mon- day. Taking a swipe at the Opposition alliance, he said it’s plagued by mu- tual distrust. On leaders listed to speak on the no- confidence motion on Tuesday, the PM said they want to “hit a six on the last ball”.”It was a test of their own internal trust,” PM Modi said. P7 Modi’s No-Trust Gambit! BJP called a meeting of its parliamentary party on Tuesday ahead of no-confidence motion, to be discussed, answered and voted today and tomorrow. THOSE WHO LEFT PARTY ARE NOWHERE NOW, SAYS MODI DURING RAJ MPs’ MEET IN DELHI An important meeting of BJP in New Delhi regarding Rajasthan was chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday wherein all Rajya Sabha MPs of BJP from Rajasthan along with 23 Lok Sabha MPs of the State were present. The meeting was held at Gujarat Bhavan in New Delhi. Lok Sabha Speaker did not join the meeting for being on a Constitutional post. PM Nrendra Modi, interacting with BJP MPs, said, “Need to unite for Mother India.” PM stressed on strengthening every polling booth and talking about Gujarat model, he said, “Those who left the party and went out, they are now nowhere.” Notably, MP Ranjeeta Koli was made in-charge of this meeting and Alka Gurjar was also given the responsibility. Naren- dra Singh Tomar was the coordinator and Arjun Meghwal, the co-coordinator. P10 Aditi Nagar ED SUMMONS JHARKHAND CM FOR QUESTIONING ON AUG 14 The ED has issued a summons to Jharkhand CM Hemant Soren for questioning in a money laundering case, official sources said Tuesday. ONCE WE CEASE TO BE JUDGES...: CJI ON RANJAN GOGOI’S REMARK Day after ex-CJI Gogoi’s remarks, CJI DY Chandrachud on Tuesday remarked that once judges demit office whatever they say is just opinion & is not binding. Jharkhand, Kerala, Tripura, WB, Uttarakhand & UP to undergo bye elections on September 5. The counting for these bypolls will be on September 8 SENSEX 65,846.50 106.98 BSE 19,570.85 26.45 NIFTY 33°C 26°C Min Humidity 75% Max Partly to mostly cloudy weather during evening FORECAST IN BRIEF Rahul gets back his 12, Tughlaq Lane bungalow New Delhi: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has been reallotted his 12 Tu- ghlaq Lane bungalow in Delhi on Tuesday, a day after his parliamentary membership was restored on Monday, sources said. Gyanvapi: ASI surveys north wall, dome and basements Varanasi: The ASI team surveyed northern wall, dome and basements of Gyanvapi complex on Tuesday, fourth day of the court-mandated exercise to determine if mosque was built over a temple. Pak poll panel disqualifies jailed Imran for 5 years Islamabad: In a fresh set- back for Imran Khan, Pa- kistan’s top election body on Tuesday disqualified the jailed former PM for 5 years after his conviction in a corruption case. First India Bureau Jaipur A 35-year-old employee of the Rajasthan Con- sumerAffairs department was burnt to death after the SUV he was driving caught fire here on Tues- day, police said. The ve- hicle caught fire near Champapura area in the morning. Rahul Chaud- hary, an accounts officer of the Consumer Affairs department, got trapped in the SUV and was burnt alive, Kalwar Station House Officer (SHO) Dharam Singh said. P4 Yogesh Sharma Jaipur/Banswara Senior Congress leader Rahul Gandhi will ad- dress a rally in Banswara district today, his first public meeting after the restoration of his Lok Sabha membership. The rally will be held on World Tribal Day and mark beginning of the party’s campaign for StateAssembly polls due later this year. CMAshok Gehlot will reach Ban- swara on Wednesday. Congress in-charge for Rajasthan Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa, PCC chief Govind Singh Do- tasra, minister Mahend- rajeet Singh Malviya and other leaders are already in Banswara to look after the arrangements. P10 Govt employee burnt to death as car catches fire RAHUL GANDHI IN BANSWARA TODAY PM Narendra Modi arrives to attend the BJP parliamentary party meeting, at Parliament Library Building on Tuesday. Also seen here are Arjun Ram Meghwal, Dr Jitendra Singh and others. ANI Ahead of vote, PM Modi says, vote will make it clear who is united, who isn’t (in Oppn). Gone too soon! Pepperfry co-founder Ambareesh dies after cardiac arrest on bike trip in Leh mbareesh Mur- ty, the co-found- er of Pepperfry, online marketplace for furniture and home decor, has died, the company’s second co-founder Ashish Shah announced in a post on X. The 51-year- old was a bike enthusiast and was on a motorcycle trip from Mumbai to Leh. Shah said his “friend, mentor, brother” died due to cardiac arrest in Leh and that he is “extremely devas- tated”. He founded Pepperfry in 2011 and was its CEO. AMBAREESH MURTY 1972 TO 2023 ‘God denied me to become angel,’ posts Pepperfry co-founder on Instagram hours before his death Criminal case against Assam Rifles in Imphal First India Bureau Imphal/Guwahati Just hours after central paramilitary force,As- sam Rifles, was with- drawn from a district in violence-hit Ma- nipur, a police case has been filed against the force personnel. It is alleged that the Assam Rifles personnel ob- structed the State po- lice from arresting men who were alleg- edly behind killing of 3 people last Saturday in Bishnupur. Assam Rifles, whose adminis- trative control rests with Union HM and ops with Army, is yet to respond to charges. Rahul Gandhi NO-CONFIDENCE MOTION DEBATE IN PARL MONSOON SESSION SANSADHEATSUPFOR ‘POWERPROBE’ Gaurav Gogoi initiates discussion in place of Rahul, BJP questions Moni Sharma New Delhi Leaders of the Opposi- tion alliance INDIA on Tuesday moved a privi- lege motion in RS against Leader of House Piyush Goyal for addressing some of the Opposition members as “traitors.” BJPMPNishikant Dubey said, “The PM says that this is not a no-trust-vote, it is a ‘trust in Opposi- tion’ vote. They want to see who supports them”. Attacking Sonia Gandhi, Dubey claimed she wants to do two things: “Bete ko set karna hai, damaad ko bhent karna hai. Gogoi initiated debate on no-trust debate, say- ingthatOppnhasbrought this motion for Manipur. “If Manipur is burning, then India is burning,” he said. MP raised 3 ques- tions for PM Modi: “Why did he not visit Manipur to date? Why did it take almost 80 days for him to address the issue? Why has Modi not sacked the Manipur CM so far?” P7 OM BIRLA JAGDEEP DHANKHAR PIYUSH GOYAL GAURAV GOGOI NISHIKANT DUBEY MAJOR PARL HAPPENINGS  Over 14 parties sign no-privileged motion to condemn ‘un-parliamen- tary words’ used against Opposition on Tuesday  Rajya Sabha passes the National Dental Commission Bill, 2023 and National Nursing and Midwifery Commis- sion Bill, 2023  Rajya Sabha passes the Indian Institutes of Management (Amend- ment) Bill, 2023  RS passes Inter- Services Organisations (Command, Control & Discipline) Bill, 2023  Rajya Sabha Chair- man Jagdeep Dhankhar suspended TMC MP Derek O’Brien for the rest of Monsoon session and then lets him back into House less than an hour later on Tuesday WHY DIDN’T HE SPEAK FIRST?: MINISTER PRALHAD JOSHI’S DIG AT RAHUL GANDHI Slamming Rahul for not opening debate on no-confidence motion against govt, Union Minister Pralhad Joshi said treasury benches were “very enthusiastically” waiting for his speech. Joshi’s remark came as soon as LS Speaker called on Gaurav Gogoi to start debate. Joshi said Speaker’s office had received a letter at 11.55 am that said Gandhi would be speaking. INDIA IS READY TO FACE ANY TYPE OF WARFARE: RAJNATH Defence Minister Rajnath Singh said India is fully prepared to face any type of warfare and the country’s defence spending can be increased to 5-6% of GDP if needed. In his reply to discussion, Singh said also said filling vacan- cies in the armed forces is a continuous process. The no-trust debate is expected to continue till Thursday, when PM Narendra Modi is expected to give his reply. The debate will last for 16 hours, will have 15 speakers BJP LEADERS TO SPEAK ON NO-VOTE Five ministers will speak during the No-Confidence Mo- tion debate — Amit Shah, Nirmala Sitharaman, Smriti Irani, Jyotiraditya Scindia & Kiren Rijiju. 10 other BJP MPs will also participate. OPPN WILL REGRET NO- TRUST MOTION: RIJIJU Union minister Kiren Rijiju said Opposi- tion will regret bring- ing the No-Confidence Mo- tion because it comes at the “wrong time and the wrong manner”, given India’s cur- rent stature in world. A Rahul Gandhi Pralhad Joshi
  • 4. RAJASTHAN 04 www.firstindia.co.in firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur thefirstindia thefirstindia thefirstindia Jaipur, Wednesday | August 9, 2023 ASSEMBLY ELECTIONS BJP identifies names of winning candidates Aishwary Pradhan Jaipur head of the se- lection of candi- dates for assem- bly elections, BJP state leadership has forwarded a list of strong and win- nable candidates to prime minister Narendra Modi. The names will be matched with the list pre- pared in a survey con- ducted on direction by the PM. Party sources said that the list of winnable can- didates has been for- warded to the PM. Now a secret survey will be conducted to shortlist the candidates. On the other hand, sen- ior BJPMLAs from Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat, and Ut- tarakhand will come to Rajasthan on August 19 for a week-long stay. BJP election in charge for Rajasthan and union minister Pralhad Joshi, state in-chargeArun Sin- gh, state president CP Joshi, co-in-charge Vi- jaya Rahatkar and state general secretary (org) Chandrashekhar will hold a workshop of the MLAs after which they will go to assembly con- stituencies. They will collect feed- back about issues and will assess the ground situation in all 200 as- sembly constituencies. The MLAs will submit a report about the visit, which will be sent to the party high command. Meanwhile, the state unit of the party has pre- pared a list of winnable candidates beyond the party line in constituen- cies where the party is facing a challenge. Such candidates can be brought to the BJP fold for contesting elections. Satyanarayan Sharma Jaipur A 35-year-old employee of the Rajasthan Con- sumerAffairs department was burnt to death after the SUV he was driving caught fire here on Tues- day, police said. The vehicle caught fire near Champapura area in the morning. Rahul Chaudhary, an accounts officer of the Consumer Affairs department, got trapped in the SUV and was burnt alive, Kalwar SHO Dharam Singh said. He said after receiving the information about the incident, police and fire brigade teams rushed to the spot, but Chaudhary had died. The police officer said efforts are being made to find out the cause of the fire. It is suspected that the fire broke out due to a short circuit in the vehi- cle. However, other rea- sons are also being inves- tigated, Singh said. First India Bureau Jaipur BJP state president CP Joshi’s remark for police has invited sharp reac- tion. A video of Joshi has gone viral on social me- dia in which he calls po- lice drunkards. “We stand with the vic- tim’s family until justice is served. When the fam- ily members of the victim girl go to the police sta- tion to file a report, these drunkards tell them to bring TC and Aadhaar cards. If a gravel dumper has to be caught, you run after it like a dog,” Joshi purportedly said. Reacting to this, for- mer IPS officer Kesar Singh termed the state- ment as unfortunate and demanded the IPS Asso- ciation to raise voice against the statement. He said that it is very wrong to use such objec- tionable words for po- licemen. “The statement has hurt the policemen who are working day and night to protect the peo- ple,” he said, while urg- ing the IPS Association to raise their voice against the statement. First India Bureau Jaipur Chief Secretary Usha Sharma on Tuesday said that work should be done to find alternatives along with the ill-effects of sin- gle-use plastic. She direct- ed the officers that more effective steps should be taken to eradicate single- use plastic in the state. Sharma was presiding over the meeting of the SpecialTask Force related to the ban of single-use plastic, at the Government Secretariat on Tuesday. “Strict action should be taken on the disposal of single-use plastic waste and movement of plastic and plastic waste from other states,” she said. Local Self Government SecyKailashChandMee- na said that efforts are be- ing made to take action on the production unit itself inthedirectionoferadica- tion of single-use plastic. In this sequence, action has been taken against 55 manufacturing units pro- ducing single-use plastic in the state. Nirmal Tiwari Jaipur Additional Chief Secre- tary, Mines and Geology Department Veenu Gupta during a review meeting of the Mineral Depart- ment through video-con- ferencing on Tuesday stated that with financial support from the District Mineral Development Fund, over 20,187 funda- mental development pro- jects worth more than Rs 62.67 billion are being implemented in the state’s mineral-rich re- gions. Among these, 12,659 projects have been completed. Gupta directed the Dis- trict Mineral Foundation Trust(DMFT)toorganize meetings at least once every six months and pro- vided guidance to ensure the quality and proper monitoring of the innova- tive work done by DMFT. She instructed to set up a project monitoring unit at the district level for quality, proper imple- mentation and monitor- ing of work. First India Bureau Jaipur In a case related to inter- ference in the administra- tion of justice by diso- beying the order, the court issued a contempt notice to Harmada SHO Rajesh Gautam. Judge Vijay Kumar Solanki sought an answer from SHO through ACP Chomu. Advocate Yashodev Singh Chaud- hary had filed a contempt application. In the case of Rahul Rahar vs Hansraj Jakhar, the court had given or- ders to register an FIR. After the order given on May 25, an FIR was reg- istered on June 7. The petition mentioned that FIR was not registered because the accused was working in PHQ. The Supreme Court’s guideline to register FIR within 24 hours was also violated. First India Bureau Jalore Markets remained closed in Sachin town in protest against the murder of liq- uor contractor Laxman Dewasi. Dewasi was shot dead at point-blank range by 3 persons on Monday after- noon when he was on his way to Gujrat. The shooters intercept- ed his vehicle after he left his house in Indira Colo- ny in Sanchore town and opened fire on his vehicle. The shooters fired 3 bul- lets in his head from a close distance through the window of the side where Dewasi was sitting. The incident agitated the Dewasi community. Hundreds of members of the community assem- bled at the hospital and refused to accept the body demanding immediate ar- rest of the accused. First India Bureau Chittorgarh Nimbahera Kotwali po- lice station in a major ac- tion against illegal drug trafficking, seized 41 quintals 89 kg 200 gram opium in a truck being il- legally transported in a truck on Monday and ar- rested two.Superinten- dent of Police Rajan Du- shyant said that under the direction of ASP Bu- glal Meena and DSP Nimbaheda Beniprasad, action was carried out un- der the campaign being run for illegal drug crack- down in the district.Both the driver and the helper of the truck tried to flee. First India Bureau Churu Three persons including a six-year-old girl were killed in a collision be- tween two motorcycles in Churu district late on Monday night.The inci- dent occurred between Ganoda and Sarothia vil- lages in Sujangarh where 23-year-old Trilokchand was returning with his six-year-old daughter Manvi when his bike met with a head-on collision with another bike driven by Onkar Singh (27). They were rushed to a nearby hospital where doctors declared them. The bodies were handed over to family members after a postmortem. First India Bureau Jaipur A woman was allegedly raped for three years on the pretext of marriage in Chitrakoot area, police said. Police informed the accused, identified as Shehzad Khan, sedated the victim and raped her. “In 2019, the victim met the accused at a birthday party and later developed a friendship with him. In 2020, Shehzad Khan called the victim to a friend’s home and then sedated her,” police said. “When the victim object- ed to the incident, the ac- cused promised to marry him. The accused even took Rs. 1.82 lakh and later refused to marry her,” police said. The Bolero suddenly caught fire near Champapura area of Jaipur on Tuesday morning. Deceased Onkar Singh, Trilokchand and Manvi. Veenu Gupta taking a review meeting of Mineral Dept through VC on Tuesday. Also seen are Sandesh Nayak and others. Deceased Laxman Dewasi Accused in police custody at Nimbahera Kotwali police station. CP Joshi Pralhad Joshi, Arun Singh, CP Joshi, Vijaya Rahatkar and state general secy (org) Chandrashekhar will hold a workshop of the MLAs after which they will go to assembly constituencies A Missing boy meets family after four years inJhalawar Jhalawar: Aminor boy missing for the last 4 yrs was finally united with his family in Jhalawar on Tuesday. President of the Child Welfare Commit- tee Shivraj Singh Hada informed that the child was found at Bhawani Mandi Rly Station in 2019. “The child was then shifted to Sankalp Bal Grah where he was imparted education,” said Hada. Arif Mansoori Miscreants loot `2 lakh from man in Chittorgarh Chittorgarh: Miscre- ants looted more than Rs two lakh from a person going to put money in the ATM in Chittorgarh’s Gangrar on Tuesday. The masked miscreants came in a car and looted Gan- grar resident Pawan Ku- mar Porwal on a bike near Mahadev Road. They looted him at gun- point. Pawan has report- edly fractured his hand. PK Agarwal IN BRIEF Jaisalmer: Cook beaten to death over food preparation Jaisalmer: A cook at a restaurant was allegedly beaten to death by four people over food prepa- ration in Jaisalmer dis- trict, police said Tues- day. The accused were in an inebriated condi- tion at the time of the incident, the police said, adding all four have been detained. The accused severely thrashed the cook, re- sulting in his death, he said. The deceased was identified as Shiv Deshmukh, a resident of Telangana. Churu: 3 including 1 minor killed in accident Efforts are being made to find out the cause of the fire TRAGIC ACCIDENT Jaipur:Govtemployeecharred todeathasvehiclecatchesfire Woman raped for three years on pretext of marriage in Jaipur 16-YR-OLD ABDUCTED RAPED IN SALUMBAR Salumbar: A 16-year-old girl was allegedly raped in Salumbar district. The victim’s mother alleged that her daughter was abducted on August 2 by the accused identified as Raju. The police have registered a case against the accused at Parsad po- lice station and started an investigation in the related matter. Station House Officer (SHO) Mukesh Chandra is investigating the case thoroughly. ONE ARRESTED WITH 1KG OF OPIUM IN BEAWAR Jaipur: The CID-CB wing of Rajasthan Police on Tuesday recovered 1kgs of opium in Beawar district and arrested a drug smuggler. Police informed the accused, identified as Sambhu Singh, was travelling to Jodhpur in a sleeper bus and was caught in Beawar. “The accused was brought down from the bus and thoroughly checked. During checking, 1kg of opium was recovered from his possession. Sambhu Singh was supposed to supply illegal narcotic drugs to labourers in Jodhpur. The accused has been arrested and is being questioned,” police said. CP Joshi’s ‘police drunkards’ remark draws flak from cops Take effective steps to eliminate single use plastic: Usha Sharma `6,267crprojectsimplemented inminingrichareas: ACSGupta Police seize 41 quintals of illegal opium in Nimbahera CourtissuesContempt noticetoHarmadaSHO Liquor trader shot by 3 in broad daylight Governor, CM Gehlot wish on World Tribal Day 110 senior citizens leave for Pashupatinath First India Bureau Jaipur Governor Kalraj Mishra and CM Ashok Gehlot extended hearty greet- ings and best wishes to the people of the state on World Tribal Day ob- served on August 9. “The traditions and cus- toms of the tribal society are an integral part of our cultural heritage. Our tribal brothers and sisters have made sacrifices time and again to protect the motherland,” said Gehlot. Governor Mishra said that the folk culture and traditions of tribal society are closely related to nature. First India Bureau Jaipur Under the Senior Citi- zens Pilgrimage Scheme-2023, the dream of senior citizens of the state to visit Pashupati- nath Temple in Kathman- du, Nepal is being ful- filled. Devasthan Depart- ment Commissioner Pragya Kevalramani said that till now 1187 senior citizens of the state have visited Lord Pashupati- nath under the air journey which started from July 28. OnAugust 7, 110 sen- ior citizens of Kota have gone on a pilgrimage. Usha Sharma in a meeting of the Special Task Force with Hridesh Kumar Sharma Kaliash Chand Meena in Jaipur on Tuesday.
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  • 6. THE CITY OF SAFARIS Leopard spotted in newly built Tiger safari Nirmal Tiwari Jaipur Leopard was spotted in Na- hargarh on Monday in the area where the work related to Tiger Safari is on the verge of completion on about 30 hectares of land. Fencing has been com- pleted and a number 8 shaped track is being constructed inside. The leopard was spotted around the fence and then tried to jump over the guard room and also tried to jump over the fence. The leopard was there for about half-an-hour. Manoj Aggarwal, who was at the construction site, captured the photo- graph in his camera. Meanwhile, work is going on in Myla Bagh and Beed Papad forest area for the third leopard safari in Jaipur. Safari track and other facilities are being developed in Myla Bagh area . There is a plan to start the Safari by September this year. The Leopard roaming in Nahargarh on Tuesday. A RAJASTHAN 05 www.firstindia.co.in firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur thefirstindia thefirstindia thefirstindia Jaipur, Wednesday | August 9, 2023 JaipurDiscombreaksrecord with100.69%revenueinJuly Vikas Sharma Jaipur Jaipur Discom has bro- ken record in revenue collection in the month of July. Discom MD RN Kumawat put in meas- ures that brought the positive results. Circle wise 100.69 percent rev- enue collection was made in July. This is the best performance in the last 10 years. This is the highest ever revenue in the first four months of the finan- cial year. MD RN Ku- mawat gave credit to field officers for the achievement. He said, “If field engineers per- form well, there will be 100% improvement in the financial and man- agement position of the discoms.” However, in July 2020, 102 percent rev- enue was collected but the reason was the ab- sence of billing for two months during Covid-19 pandemic. Naveen Joshi Bhilwara Revenue Minister Ramlal Jat and Minister of State for Home RajendraYadav on Tuesday visited the home of a minor girl who was allegedly gang-raped and murdered in Bhilwara district last week. The ministers met the family members of the girl and consoled them. Ra- jasthan seed corporation chairman Dheeraj Gurjar was also with them. Yadav, said the gov- ernment has taken quick action in rape cases. “Ra- jasthan is the state where quick action is taken and we are handling the cases with strictness,” he said. Congress leader and former deputy chief min- ister Sachin Pilot met the family members of the victim in Bhilwara on Tuesday and consoled them. Later, talking to re- porters, he said that the incident has shaken the soul of the country and the state and we are pro- viding full help and sup- port to family members. He said that cruelty that happened with a minor girl in Bhilwara district cannot be accepted in any civilized society. He said that it is the re- sponsibility of the govt, administration and every- one to ensure that the ac- cused get the harshest punishment. Ravi Sharma Udaipur Minister Pratap Singh Khachariyawas, while interacting with the me- dia at Circuit House dur- ing his Udaipur visit on Tuesday, attacked BJP leaders who were ques- tioning Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot’s injury making remarks on it. Khachariyawas said that it has happened for the first time in history that the opposition of Rajasthan has stooped to such low levels. “The language used by BJPleaders regarding the CM’s leg injury, es- pecially by BJP Leader of Opposition Rajendra Rathore, State President CP Joshi and Union Minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat, is condemn- able,” the Minister said. Minister Khachariya- was has asked the three opposition leaders to ac- company him so that he can show them Chief Minister Ashok Ge- hlot’s injured leg in front of doctors. Khachariyawas said that if they see the injury, they will have to apolo- gize to the people of Ra- jasthan and announce that they will never con- test any elections. First India Bureau Jaipur The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India has issued an order appoint- ing Dr SS Agarwal as the President of All India Institute of Medical Sci- ences, AIIMS Jodhpur. Dr Agarwal has earlier been involved as a mem- ber of the Institutional Body of AIIMS Jodhpur. Dr. Agarwal has also been the National Presi- dent of Indian Medical Association, the apex body of doctors. Dr Agarwal is the only doc- tor from Rajasthan who has been the National President of IMA. Dr. Agarwal said according to the requirement of Ra- jasthan, special attention will be given to medical facilities and research of those diseases, which will be according to the priority of the people of the state, so that the resi- dents of Rajasthan do not have to go out of Ra- jasthan for treatment. Ziauddin Khan Jaipur In another mismanage- ment by Indigo Airlines flight 6E7138 from Jaipur toAhmedabad, the heater was left on all through the journey leav- ing the passengers sweat- ing. Many had difficulty in breathing. In a similar incident on Sunday, passengers of Indigo Airlines flight number 6E7261 from Chandigarh to Jaipur had a troubling time as the air conditioner did not work for one hour and 10 min- utes. Punjab Congress President Amarinder Singh Raja Warring shared a video of this on social media. However, despite all these inci- dents, management did not take any action. First India Bureau Jaipur In a surprise inspection by the Administrative Reforms Department at Shiksha Sankul and PHED department, a large number of gazetted officers and employees were found missing. A report was also made and data will soon be re- leased. The inspection created panic and em- ployees were seen de- fending themselves giv- ing various reasons for their late arrival. The register was also seized during inspection. First India Bureau Jaipur The State government on Tuesday appointed ADG in-charges in new ranges of police. Sanjay Aggar- wal will be in charge of Udaipur and Banswara range; Anil Paliwal of Pali and Ajmer range; Hawa Singh Ghumaria of Jodhpur Range and Com- missionerate Jodhpur; Vipin Pandey of Jaipur and Sikar Range. Mean- while, 8 DSPs were also transferred by police HQ. Kamal Kant Navin Sharma Jaipur Suspended mayor of Jaipur Heritage Munici- pal Corporation Munesh Gurjar has chal- lenged the suspen- sion order in Ra- jasthan High Court. The petition filed by Gurjar states that the state gov- ernment issued an order in a hurry and suspended her from the post of councilor and mayor. Referring to the arrest of her husband and two others by ACB in a brib- ery case, Gurjar said that her name is not there in the FIR and the cash of Rs 40 lakh recovered from her house was received against the sale of a plot by her father in law three days before the ACB act. She said that her husband was not at home at the time of the ACB raid and he was brought from his office after be- ing caught. Gurjar said that before suspending the elected public repre- sentative, at least a pre- liminary inquiry should have been conducted by the government but this was not done and she was not given a chance to pre- sent her side. The state government has already filed a caveat in the high court. Meanwhile, a court on Tuesday sent Sushil Gur- jar, who was arrested while allegedly taking a bribe of Rs 2 lakh, to ju- dicial custody. First India Bureau Jaipur Increase in demand at government-run blood banks in the capital is pos- ing a major problem for patients. The biggest con- cern is for the children suffering from thalassae- mia in JK Lone hospital who require regular blood transfusions. JK Lone hospital’s blood bank incharge Dr Satyendra Singh said that B-positive, B-negative and O-negative blood groups are in high de- mand and because of the shortage of blood of these groups, patients have to wait. Dr Singh has appealed to the general public and social organizations for voluntary blood dona- tion. People who are in- terested in donating blood for the cause can contact on the mobile number 78916 02178. First India Bureau Jaipur The visa ofAnju alias Fa- tima, who went to Paki- stan from Bhiwadi in Rajasthan and married Nasrullah there, is likely to be extended for a year. Her visa is till August 20 According to Pak media reports, the visa expiry date is nearing, in which caseAnju has applied for extension of visa. It is being said that the Government of Pakistan has agreed to extend his visa for one year.Avideo of has surfaced, in which Nasrullah is claiming that the Pak govt is ready to extend visa. First India Bureau Jaipur Union Jal Shakti Minister Gajendra Singh Shekha- wat on Tuesday an- nounced that an amount of Rs 20.52 cr has been released by Ministry of Jal Shakti for Gang Ca- nal project Command Are a Devel- opment under the Nation- al Hydrology Project and Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sinchai Yojana for Ra- jasthan. “It is expected that government will speed up these projects with coor- dination and cooperation. Considering public inter- est as paramount, the cen- tral government expects the same from state gov- ernment,” he tweeted. Shubham Jain Ajmer The Rajasthan Public Service Commission sec- retary has announced Oc- tober 1 as the date of RAS Prelims Exam 2023. Recruitment will be on 424 posts of state services and 481 posts of subordinate services. 6 lakh 97,051 applications have been received. Meanwhile, the third phase interviews of RAS exam-2021 will start from August 21. The third phase will be held from August 21 to Sep- tember 6. Interview let- ters of will be uploaded on the website. Anju’s Pak visa to be extended for one year `20.52 crore for Gang Canal project by JSM The department reported highest revenue collection in last ten years RAS Pre-Exam 2023 to be held on Oct 1 Ministers, Pilot meet Bhilwara gang-rape, murder victim’s kin BJP leaders’ comments on CM’s injury are condemnable: PSK Dr Agarwal appointed prez of AIIMS Jodhpur Indigo JPR-AMD passengers fly with heaters on Shiksha Sankul, PHED employees found missing: ARD 3 ADGs given charge of Ranges, 8 DSPs shifted Munesh Gurjar moves HC against suspension; Raj Govt files caveat PAY `50 FOR CARRYING PLASTIC BAGS IN BHARATPUR’S KEOLADEO BIRD SANCTUARY VISTARA STARTS NEW JAIPUR-MUMBAI FLIGHT With the initiative of Deputy Forest Conservator Ma- nas Singh, the Keoladeo National Park in Bharatpur has become totally plastic-free these days. There is a complete ban on plastic bags in Keoladeo National Park. According to the rules, if a tourist wants to carry anything in a product made of plastic, then he has to deposit Rs 50 by tagging the material. The amount is refunded on showing the tag upon returning. Though densely popu- lated with flora and fauna, it struggled with water scarcity several times. The biggest challenge was to save Keoladeo from plastic. Single-use plastic has been banned in the state from July 1, 2022 and strict actions are being taken regularly against those found flouting it. Vistara Airlines started a new Jaipur-Mumbai flight number UK-566 from Tues- day. The flight left from Jai- pur to Mumbai at 6:30 am and will return from Mumbai to Jaipur at 10:50 pm. Now, there are 12 flights daily from Jaipur to Mumbai easing passengers’ travel between the two cities. Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa, Amrrita Dhawan, GS Dotasra and Pratap Singh Khachariyawas in Banswara during a meeting on Tuesday. Sachin Pilot met the victim’s family members and consoled them in Bhilwara on Tuesday. Ramlal Jat, Rajendra Yadav and Dheeraj Gurjar handing over a cheque to victim’s family. Docs appeal for blood donation due to scarcity Water Resources Excellence Rajasthan’s Water Resources Department clinches the ET Government Digitech Award 2023 for pioneering digital innovations in water management. Dr Subodh Agarwal accepting the award from Information and Technology Minister of Bihar, Mohammad Israil Mansuri, in Goa on Tuesday. PREPS TO WAIVE OFF FUEL SURCHARGE ON OVER 200 UNITS In good news for domestic electric- ity consumers of the state, efforts are being made for not taking fuel surcharge even on consumption exceeding 200 units. An announcement of this is likely within a couple of days. Pres- ently, consumers are charged a fixed fee for consumption up to 200 units. All taxes, including ED, urban cess and fuel sur- charge, will be waived off. This tax is borne at state government level. Around 8 lakh consumers will benefit from new proposal. z July, 2014: 88.77% z 2015: 91.81% z 2016: 88.17% z 2017: 91.57% z 2018: 96.20% z 2019: 95.64% z 2020: 102% z 2021: 97.70% z 2022: 95.04% z July, 2023: 100.69% YEAR-VISE REVENUE
  • 7. क्र.सं. प्रार्थी करा नराम आवेदित भूदि का स्ान/ वार्ड सं. आवेदित भूदि का क्ेत्रफल वर्गफुट िें प्रयोजन 1. सांवरमल / हीराराम प्रजापत 28 2062 69-अ 2. जगदीश प्रसाद / तोलाराम 30 1250 69-अ 3. बजरंगलाल / रामादत पारीक 15 2904 69-अ 4. भीखाराम / फुसाराम सुथार 12 1260 69-अ 5. कमला देवी / नानूराम जाट 5 875 69-अ 6. नानू कंवर / गोववनद वसंह राजपूत 7 1952 69-अ 7. शाननत देवी / जगदीश प्रसाद 6 625 69-अ 8. पवन कुमार / महावीर 15 3000 69-अ 9. लक्मी देवी दुगड / ज्ानीराम 6 2450 69-अ 10. देव कुमार / झाबर मल जांवगड 6 2089 69-अ 11. अजुजुनलाल नाई / वकशनलाल नाई 7 2728 69-अ 12. संजू व अरसद / फारूक हुसैन 7 1439 69-अ 13. वलयाकत / अबदुल अजीज 50 1680 69-अ 14. मो. अबदुल / अबदुल अजीज 50 1200 69-अ 15. मो. अताउलला खान / अबदुल अजीज 50 166 69-अ 16. अहमद कलाम / अबदुल अजीज 50 1015 69-अ 17. मो. इजाज गोरी / मो. हुसैन 37 1600 69-अ 18. मो. जावेद / मो. इवलयास 37 306 69-अ 19. मो. मेजर खां सालतखानी / नबाब खां 23 2881 69-अ 20. मनफुल खा / नबाब कायमखानी 23 3287 69-अ 21. जुबेदा बानो / मनसब खां 23 2815 69-अ 22. आशी देवी / राधा कृष्ण 5 2939 69-अ 23. नानूराम सोनी / ओकारमल 5 3118 69-अ 24. शाननत देवी / जगदीश प्रसाद 26 1504 69-अ 25. रामा देवी / मनोज कुमार नाई 5 1575 69-अ 26. ववनोद कुमार / मांगीलाल सोनी 26 1364 69-अ 27. कनहैयालाल सोनी / मांगीलाल सोनी 26 552 69-अ 28. रतनलाल सोनी / मांगीलाल सोनी 26 279 69-अ 29. वगरधारी लाल / मोमन राम माली 26 69-अ 30. दीपक कुमार शमाजु / धोकलराम शमाजु 7 1664 69-अ 31. पपपू देवी / शयोपाल भोपा 6 750 69-अ 32. जगदीश भोपा / घुडाराम भोपा 6 1875 69-अ 33. गोपीराम / दानाराम जाट 25 1237 69-अ 34. ररजवान तगाला / नवाब तगाला 33 1650 69-अ 35. सुरजमुखी / भंवरलाल नाई 26 1440 69-अ 36. जावकर सांखला / मुमताज अली 31 1734 69-अ 37. मो. ररजवान / बुधेशाह 39 1760 69-अ 38. मो. सावजद काजी / बुधेशाह काजी 39 1760 69-अ 39. असलम काजी / बुधेशाह 39 1760 69-अ 40. कैलाश चंद / सोहनलाल प्रजापत 16 1633 69-अ 41. ओमप्रकाश / बजरंग वसंह राजपुरोवहत 3 557 69-अ 42. शंकरवसंह / भंवरवसंह राजपुरोवहत 2 2720 69-अ 43. भंवरी देवी / मा्णकचनद सोनी 2 1550 69-अ 44. मो. असलम / नूर मो. 29 946 69-अ 45. प्रवत देवी सोनी / प्रदीप कुमार 45 238 69-अ 46. कैलाश चनद्र / हनुमान प्रसाद वमश्ा 45 2800 69-अ 47. सीता देवी / नानुराम भाट 15 807 69-अ 48. गोरीशंकर / महादेवराम रेगर 50 712 69-अ 49. राजेश कुमार / श्ी महादेवराम रेगर 50 712 69-अ 50. कंवर लाल रेगर /महादेवराम रेगर 50 712 69-अ 51. जगदीश प्रसाद / जेठमल 26 992 69-अ 52. भंवरदान चार्ण / नतथुदान चार्ण 4 840 69-अ 53. कर्णीदान / श्ी नतथुदान चार्ण 4 840 69-अ 54. कानदान चार्ण / नतथुदान चार्ण 9 880 69-अ 55. हडमान दान / नतथुदान चार्ण 4 880 69-अ 56. मो. अवदल खान / इब्ावहम खान 25 1750 69-अ 57. मुसताक काजी / लाल मो. 33 666 69-अ 58. मो. सफीक / लाल मो. 43 1070 69-अ 59. महबूब काजी / लाल मो. 43 1250 69-अ 60. शंकरलाल / बुधाराम रेगर 50 850 69-अ 61. वशवकुमार / डुगरमल 50 666 69-अ 62. लक्मी / हंसराज हररजन 48 1760 69-अ 63. सुगरा / सलीम 39 2170 69-अ 64. रूवकया बानो / इमरान काजी 35 1250 69-अ 65. सुमन / वकशन लाल नाई 11 1232 69-अ 66. वभंवराज / टोरमल सवामी 54 2385 69-अ 67. मररयम / अलाउदीन 44 2450 69-अ 68. रूपचनद भेाजक / रामलाल भोजक 26 1536 69-अ 69. कमला प्रसाद सोनी / लु्णाराम सोनी 26 1200 69-अ 70. दोलतराम / ताराचनद 48 2565 69-अ 71. आवबदा / मो. मुनसलम 19683 69-अ 72. इसलाम बानो / लाल मो. 36 655 69-अ 73. वलयाकत / वहममत खान 32 1250 69-अ 74. उसमान खान / मवजद खान कयामखानी 32 1750 69-अ 75. कैलाशी देवी / मनीराम 6 2400 69-अ 76. सुमन / मदनलाल 24 1056 69-अ 77. ननद लाल पारीक / फुसाराम पारीक 54 1034 69-अ 78. सलीम वनवारीया / जमालुदीन 54 1250 69-अ 79. जावबद वनवारीया / मुसताक 54 975 69-अ 80. मदीना / सफी मो. 54 1250 69-अ 81. सोमेशवरलाल / सीताराम माली 2 3108 69-अ 82. भंवरलाल / रामलाल सुथार 1 1800 69-अ 83. महेश कुमार / वनरा्ण चनद ब्ाहम्ण 1 2450 69-अ 84. नोपाराम / डालुराम 1 1225 69-अ 85. शंकरलाल / डालुराम 1 1225 69-अ 86. भेराराम / नोपाराम 1 2310 69-अ 87. कलावती देवी / बृजलाल सवमी 1 3075 69-अ 88. माली देवी / दुलाराम 1 2600 69-अ 89. गोववनद प्रसाद / बेगाराम पांडे 26 1266 69-अ 90. ननदलाल सोनी / ओमप्रकाश 54 672 69-अ 91. मोतीलाल जाट / पू्णाजुराम जाट 6 1680 69-अ 92. ओमप्रकाश / रामलाल जाट 6 1944 69-अ 93. जगदीश /रामलाल जाट 6 299 69-अ 94. जमीला बानो/घीसू खान 27 1330 69-अ 95. गुलशन बानो/घीसू खान 25 1696 69-अ 96. संजू देवी/ववजय वसंह 5 1598 69-अ 97. राजकुमार/ग्णेश मल 47 1908 69-अ 98. कयूम वबसायवत / मुसताक 41 1250 69-अ 99. ताहीर हुसैन / मुसताक अहमद 41 1260 69-अ 100. सवफ / ईब्ावहम 51 1250 69-अ 101. मो. सवलम / लाल मो. 51 527 69-अ 102. पांची देवी / बहादुर वसंह 36 650 69-अ 103. कृष्ण देवी / सुभान चनद रेगर 38 1269 69-अ 104. कुनदनमल सैनी / भीलूराम माली 8 2450 69-अ 105. ववमला देवी / रतनलाल माली 15 1328 69-अ 106. ववकास भामभु / मनफुल वसंह 25 3433 69-अ 107. हरजु उफ्फ नाराय्ण / बृजमोहन 47 1323 69-अ 108. ओंकार मल / फुसाराम प्रजापत 52 700 69-अ 109. मंजू देवी / कर्णीदान सोनी 1 1225 69-अ 110. शंकरलाल प्रजापत/ लक्मीनाराय्ण 5 1123 69-अ 111. लक्म्णराम / नाराय्ण चनद माली 8 1141 69-अ 112. दाउद अली खां / मुमताज अली 29 1512 69-अ 113. हररराम /सोहनलाल 6 1250 69-अ 114. रामकर्ण / सोहनलाल 6 4000 69-अ 115. रेशमी देवी / धमजुचनद बैद 10 2226 69-अ 116. ववमला देवी / मदनलाल सोनी 5 630 69-अ 117. ववजय कुमार / भीखमचनद 12 5723 69-अ 118. पुनम चनद / जयदेवाराम 6 5850 69-अ 119. सुमेर वसंह / महावीर वसंह राजपूत 5 3600 69-अ 120. मो. फारूक तेली / कुरडा 4 1750 69-अ 121. वलछमा देवी / मनरूप प्रजापत 5 2132 69-अ 122. चनदा देवी / बाबुलाल प्रजापत 5 1006 69-अ 123. मोंगीलाल राजपुरोवहत / जीव्ण वसंह 5 1250 69-अ 124. चतुभजुज सोनी / चमपालाल सोनी 26 1260 69-अ 125. प्रदीप कुमार सोनी / कनहैयालाल सोनी 54 2185 69-अ 126. राकेश सोनी / चतुभुजुज सोनी 26 1126 69-अ 127. प्रकाश कुमार / टीकम चनद 6 1254 69-अ 128. सुमन रांकावत / रामलाल 21 540 69-अ 129. गोववनदराम / भंवरलाल माली 1 1050 69-अ 130. कनहैयालाल / भंवरलाल 1 1400 69-अ 131. अवमत कुमार / सांवरमल सैनी 4 1334 69-अ 132. संतोर देवी / मदनलाल नाई 1 2659 69-अ 133. सुरेश कुमार अग्रवाल / शंकरलाल अग्रवाल 23 1929 69-अ 134. भंवर कंवर / र्णजीत वसंह 24 2400 69-अ 135. धनपत राम / हजारी मल सार्ण 24 1400 69-अ 136. गंगा देवी / हुकुम चंद 25 3000 69-अ 137. प्रभुराम / कानीराम शमाजु 24 3000 69-अ 138. सांवरमल / कानीराम शमाजु 24 3000 69-अ 139. अमीलाल / भेराराम लुहार 24 1200 69-अ 140. ओमप्रकाश / सीताराम 24 600 69-अ 141. वकशोर कुमार /सीताराम 24 600 69-अ 142. सईदन बानो / नबाव खां 31 1250 69-अ 143. हरजीराम / भुराराम 25 3190 69-अ 144. रफीक / ईसाक तेली 25 698 69-अ 145. सांवरमल नाई / हंसराज नाई 27 358 69-अ 146. जगदीश नाथ / श्ी वनरा्ण नाथ 1 4350 69-अ 147. मुन्ीनाथ / वनरा्णनाथ 1 2500 69-अ 148. सीताराम / कुमभाराम शमाजु 49 2450 69-अ 149. मुराद खां / अजमत खां कयामखानी 43 3000 69-अ 150. फुसे खान / असत अली खान 43 3600 69-अ 151. ववमल कुमार भोजक / नथमल भोजक 22 2046 69-अ इसवलए इसके द्ारा समसत संबवधत वयनकतयों को सूवचत वकया जाता है वक यवद वकसी वयनकत के पास राजसथान नगरपावलका अवधवनयम 2009 की धारा 69-अ के अधीन पू्णजु सवावमतव पट्ा अवधकार प्रापत करने के वलए नगर परररद के पक्ष में आवेदन द्ारा भूवम में के अवधकार अभयप्र्ण करने की अनुज्ा की मंजूरी के संबध में कोई आक्षेप है तो वह इस नोवटस के प्रकाशन के 07 ( सात ) वदवस के भीतर वकसी भी कायजु वदवस पर कायाजुलय समय के दौरान अधोहसताक्षरकताजु के समक्ष समथजुक दसतावेजों के साथ अपना आक्षेप प्रसतुत कर सकेगा। उपयुजुकत वनयम समय के भीतर वकसी आक्षेप के अभाव में यह समझा जावेगा वक वकसी वयनकत को कोई आक्षेप नहीं है और मामले का तदनुसार वनपटारा वकया जावेगा । यह सूचना मेरे हसताक्षर और मुहर के अधीन आज वदनाक 04.08.2023 को जारी की गयी । (राजकरण चौधरी) (िघराज रुरी) सभापवत आयुकत नगर परररद सरदारशहर नगर परररद सरदारशहर कारायालर नगर पररषद, सरदारशहर (जिला चूरू) Ph. : 01564 -220681 , 220030 Email : eonpsdr@gmail.com क्रमांक : न.पा.स./2023-24/1622-23 वदनांक : 04/08/2023 प्रारूप - 05 लोक सूचना इस कायाजुलय में सूची में अंवकतानुसार नीचे वव्णजुत भूवम के अपने अवधकारों को आवासीय / वाव्णन्यक प्रयोजन के वलए ऐसी भूवम के उपयोग के वलए पू्णजु सवावमतव पट्टा अवधकार प्रापत करने के वलए धारा 69-अ के तहत नगर परररद के पक्ष में अभयवपजुत करने हेतु आवेदन प्रसतुत वकया गया है वजसका वववर्ण वनममानुसार है :- वजले का नाम - चूरू नगर का नाम - सरिारशहर 06 Jaipur, Wednesday | August 9, 2023 www.firstindia.co.in firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur thefirstindia thefirstindia thefirstindia RAJASTHAN Sandeep Goyal Sawai Madhopur Union Home Minister Amit Shah is likely to visit Gangapur City of Sawai Madhopur dis- trict on August 27 and address a public rally. Sources informed that the union minister may address a gathering and interact with farmers in Thadi village of Gan- gapur City. Former MLA from Todabheem constituency Ramesh Meena has started prep- arations for the same. It is believed that the BJP leadership is focusing on the assembly con- stituencies of the east- ern region of the state. First India Bureau Jaipur The passengers go- ing for fairs in road- ways buses will get a discount of 50 per- cent in the fare charges, said an of- ficial on Tuesday. These fairs include the Pushkar fair of Ajmer, Kailadevi fair of Karauli, Bada fair of lake in Bharatpur, Ramdevra fair of Jaisalmer, Urs fair of Ajmer, Khatushyam fair of Sikar, Salasar Balaji fair of Churu, Gogamedi fair of Hanumangarh, Ben- eshwar fair of Dun- garpur, Ganesh fair of Sawai Madhopur, Diggi Kalyan fair of Tonk, Bhrithari, Pandupol Temple fair of Alwar, Johad Gurudwara fair of Sriganganagar, Mu- kam fair of Bikaner and Savaliya Seth temple fair of Chit- torgarh, said an offi- cial on Tuesday. From Page 1 It was told in the meet- ing that offices of Dis- trict Collector and Dis- trict SP have been start- ed in all new districts. Also, ADG has been appointed as range in- charge in new ranges. Action has been taken to create posts for district level offices of all main departments including Divisional Commis- sioner and District Col- lectorate. By reserving 50 additional jobs for each new district by the Police Department, postings have been made on new posts. An allocation of Rs 1 crore has been made for each District Collector- ate and Rs 60 lakh for SP for smooth functioning of offices. All district level facilities will also bedevelopedat newdis- trict HQs. District and SessionsCourtswillalso be established in new dists. Necessary propos- als in this regard will be sent to HC for approval. Town planning experts will prepare a special action plan Presentmasterplanofall new district HQs will be reviewed. A special ac- tionplanwillbeprepared in collaboration with town planning experts to ensure planned devp. State level Panel will select land for offices It was informed in the meet that final form of land selection for Mini Secretariat/Collectorate will be given by a state level committee consti- tuted under chairman- ship of ACS, Revenue. For this, the proposals received earlier will also be reviewed. In view of well-planned develop- ment, a panel of officers of Town Planning Dept willvisitthespotandtest suitability of the land identified for Mini Sec- retariat/District Collec- torate submit report to State Level Committee. Decision of upgradation of municipalities It was decided in princi- ple in meeting that the municipalities of Dist HQs would be upgrad- ed to Municipal Coun- cils after duly examin- ing them. Till the for- mation/election of Zilla Parishads in new dis- tricts, one post of Addl Chief Executive Officer Zilla Parishad will be created in each new dis- trict for smooth works. Grand events will be held on I- Day The CM instructed to organise a grand 2-day Independence Day pro- gram at new district HQs. In these events, a cultural evening, deco- rative lighting and fire- works will be organized by Tourism Dept on August 14 and a digni- fied Independence Day celebration will be cel- ebrated on August 15. AmitShahlikely tovisitGangapur CityonAugust27 50% discount in buses of roadways for those going to attend fairs All major offices started in 17 new Raj districts
  • 8. Bill to empower Commander-in-Chief or Officer- in-Command of Inter-Services Organisations Rajya Sabha passes Dental Commission Bill 2 4 INDIA 07 Jaipur, Wednesday | August 9, 2023 www.firstindia.co.in firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur thefirstindia thefirstindia thefirstindia BOTHHOUSESADJOURNEDAGAIN  Oppn pushes for Manipur CM’s resignation over violence  Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha to resume at 11 am today First India Bueau New Delhi Both Houses of Parlia- ment, Lok Sabha and Ra- jya Sabha, were ad- journed again on Tues- day and will resume at 11am on August 9 (Wednesday). The debate on no-confidence motion will be continued in Lok Sabha on Wednesday. Earlier, the Opposition MPs on Tuesday de- manded the resignation of Manipur Chief Minis- ter Biren Singh over the violence in the state as Lok Sabha took up a dis- cussion on the no-confi- dence motion against the government. The Opposition MPs claimed that the govern- ment has failed on sev- eral other issues too like inflation, maintaining communal harmony and safeguarding the inde- pendence of institutions. Proceedings of Lok Sabha gets adjourned till 11am on 9th August during the Monsoon Session, in New Delhi on Tuesday. ANI Rajya Sabha proceedings underway during the Monsoon Session of Parliament, in New Delhi on Tuesday. ANI MINISTERS’ STATEMENTS IN PARLIAMENT MoS: DELHI FLOOD SITUATION WAS BROUGHT UNDER CONTROL DUE TO ALL-OUT EFFORTS 1.40 LAKH KG NARCOTICS DESTROYED ACROSS COUNTRY ON JULY 17: MoS NITYANAND RAI `48,461CRUNCLAIMEDDEPOSITSTRANSFERRED TODEPOSITOREDUCATIONAWARENESSFUND RANSOMWARE ECOSYSTEM IS EVOLVING WITH WIDE RANGE OF ATTACK CAMPAIGNS: CENTRE New Delhi: Union Minister for State Home Affairs Nityanand Rai on Tuesday informed Lok Sabha that due to all-out efforts, the flood situation in Delhi was brought under control. The topic of whether the government has taken note of the serious waterlog- ging that has occurred in some areas of Delhi, with flood water reaching the Supreme Court complex and causing hardship for the people, was addressed to the Lok Sab- ha by MoS Home Nityanand Rai in a written response. He said that due to heavy rains during monsoon in July 2023 and the unprecedented rise in the water level of the Yamuna River, water logging occurred in some parts of Delhi, particularly along the Yamuna River bank. New Delhi: Minister of State for Home Affairs Nityanand Rai on Tuesday said in the Lok Sabha that in a special campaign by the Ministry of Home Affairs till now more than 10.1 lakh kg of drugs have been destroyed and 1.40 lakh kg of narcotics were destroyed in a single day on July 17. “Destruction of seized drugs is a continuous process. NCB, under direc- tions of Ministry of Home Affairs, has initiated a special campaign for destruction of seized drug from 01.06.2022 in Collaboration with other Drug Law Enforcement Agencies (DLEAs). In the said campaign, more than 10,17,523 Kgs of drugs have been destroyed till date in- cluding 1,40,969 kgs of drugs destroyed on 17.07.2023,” MoS Home Nityanand Rai to Lok Sabha in written reply. New Delhi: Unclaimed deposits worth Rs 48,461.44 crore pertaining to 16,79,32,112 ac- counts have been transferred by the banks to Depositor Education Awareness Fund as on March 31, 2023, Parliament was informed on Tuesday. Ministry of Corporate Affairs has informed that the amount lying with Investor Education and Protection Fund, as on March 31, 2023, is Rs 5,714.51 crore, Minister of State for Finance Bhagwat Karad said in a written reply in Rajya Sabha. “Fugitive Economic Offender Act was enacted in 2018. The Directorate of Enforcement (ED) has informed that as on August 2, 2023, there are eight fugitive eco- nomic offenders who are wilful defaulters,” he said. New Delhi: Ransomware ecosystem is evolv- ing with a wide range of attack campaigns and cyber threat actors are exploiting known vulnerabilities, compromised credentials of Remote Access services and phishing campaigns for gaining access into the infrastructure of organisations, Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) told the Lok Sabha on Tuesday. Minister of State for Home Ajay Kumar Mishra informed the House in a written reply to a member when asked whether the government is aware of underlined threats emanating from cyber criminals using the dark net, metaverse, deep fakes, ransomware and toolkit-based misinformation for campaigns in the country. LS BRIEFLY DISRUPTED AS OPPN PROTESTS TICKERS ON SANSAD TV HIGHLIGHTING GOVT WORKS NEVER HAVE EXPUNGED REMARKS BEEN RESTORED BEFORE: ADHIR RANJAN CHOWDHURY BJP CALLS MANMOHAN’S PRESENCE IN RS ‘EMBARRASSING’ EVEN AS CONG PRAISES HIM BJP ATTACKS OPPOSITION ON ‘NEWSCLICK’ ISSUE INSIDE AND OUTSIDE OF PARLIAMENT GONE AND BACK IN 35 MINUTES: TMC RS MP DEREK O'BRIEN'S SUSPENSION THAT WASN'T CONGRESS WILL REGRET THE NO-CONFIDENCE MOTION LATER: RIJIJU New Delhi: Lok Sabha was briefly disrupted on Tuesday during a discussion on the no-confidence motion following opposition members’ loud protest against tickers running on Sansad TV that highlighted development works of the government during the live broadcast of the debate in the House. Soon after BJP member Nishikant Dubey began speaking against the mo- tion, several opposition members, including the Congress, TMC and the DMK, protested over the issue. New Delhi: Congress leader in Lok Sabha Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury on Tuesday accused BJP MP Nishikant Dubey of making baseless allegations against his party in the House and claimed that expunged remarks have never been restored before. On Monday, Dubey had raised in Lok Sabha the issue of a news report in the New York Times which claimed that web portal NewsClick has received Rs 38 crore funding and the money has been used to create an anti-India environment. “… Between 2005 and 2014, Chinese government has paid money to Congress …. Congress wants to divide India …,” the BJP member had alleged, amid opposition uproar. New Delhi: The Congress and the BJP are divided over the presence of former Prime Minister Man- mohan Singh in the Rajya Sabha during the debate on the Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi (Amendment) Bill, 2023, on Monday. While the opposition has praised the presence of Singh, the BJP has termed it “embarrassing”. The Rajya Sabha debated the GNCTD (Amendment) Bill, commonly called Delhi services bill and moved by home minister Amit Shah, on Monday for over six hours till late in the evening before voting took place on it. Singh, 90, attended the Rajya Sabha and silently watched the debate while sitting on a wheelchair at the entrance of the House. Later, he also took part in the voting process of the bill. New Delhi: The BJP on Tuesday attacked opposi- tion parties in and outside Parliament over a leading US daily’s report of Chinese funding to a news portal here and alleged that they might have formed their new alliance at China’s prodding to target India’s security and unity. BJP member Sudhanshu Trivedi raised the issue in Rajya Sabha and questioned the Congress for its alleged links with the portal, noting that a New York Times report alleged that “NewsClick” received Chinese funding to spread propaganda against India. Trivedi then targeted the Congress about its alleged links with the portal, saying the party supported it when the Enforcement Directorate conducted raids on its premises over various charges, including money laundering, in 2021. New Delhi: The Rajya Sabha saw high drama involving Trinamool Congress MP Derek O’Brien on Tues- day, with the Chairman an- nouncing his suspension for the rest of the Monsoon session and then letting him back into the House less than an hour later. Chairman Jagdeep Dhankhar said he had consciously decided not take the sense of House on the motion to suspend O’Brien. He said if he had completed the suspension procedure, the TMC MP would not have managed to return to the Rajya Sabha the same day. New Delhi: Union Minister Kiren Rijiju, while arguing against the no-confidence motion brought by the Opposition parties in Lok Sabha, said that the Congress will regret it later. “This no-confidence motion has been brought at a very wrong time and in a wrong manner. The Congress party will regret it later,” Rijiju said. “Nothing will hap- pen by naming the alliance I.N.D.I.A when you are actually working against India,” he said during no-confidence motion debate. The motion was brought to the House by Congress Party MP Gaurav Gogoi amidst the Opposition’s ongoing protests demanding a statement on the situation in Manipur from PM Narendra Modi and was accepted by Speaker Om Birla on July 26. The minister further slammed the previous UPA govt at the Centre for “racial discrimination and atrocities” faced by the people from Northeast in the national capital. MONSOON SESSION OF PARLIAMENT THAKUR SLAMS RAGHAV CHADHA OVER FRAUD CLAIM ON DELHI SERVICES BILL New Delhi: Union Minister Anurag Thakur on Tuesday slammed AAP leader Raghav Chadha over Union Home Minister Amit Shah's fraud claim in connection to the Delhi Services Bill and said that few political leaders are habitual of lying. “A few political leaders are habitual of lying. Perhaps, they forgot that this doesn't work inside the Parliament. The House functions as per rules not with ruckus. They may attempt to mislead the country as much as they want, but they were exposed in both Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha...,” Thakur said. Union Home Min- ister Amit Shah on Monday in Rajya Sabha al- leged fraud after five MPs of the Upper House — S Phangnon Konyak, Narhari Amin and Sudhanshu Trivedi of BJP, M Thambidurai of AIADMK and Sasmit Patra of BJD — said that their name was included without their consent in a motion moved by Chaddha in the House. Nishikant Dubey’s ‘Bete’, ‘damaad’ jibe at Sonia Gandhi in LS ANI New Delhi Bharatiya Janata Party MPNishikant Dubey, on Tuesday, initiating his party’s debate on the no- confidence motion in Lok Sabha, took a jibe at Sonia Gandhi and also hit out at Congress leader Rahul Gandhi. “This no-confidence motionhasbeenbrought. Why has this been brought? Sonia ji (Gan- dhi) is sitting here...I think she has to do two things - “Bete (son) ko set karna hai aur Damad (son-in-law) ko bhent karna hai” (She wants to set his son [Rahul Gan- dhi] and wants to gift his son-in-law). ...That is the base of this motion,” Dubey said. Sonia Gandhi was seen laughing at the BJP MP’s remark. THOUGH WE ARE AGAINST BJP, YET CANNOT SUPPORT NO-CONFIDENCE MOTION: BJD IN LS New Delhi: As a debate on the no-confidence motion against the BJP-led government brought by Opposition alliance I.N.D.I.A started on Tuesday, Biju Janata Dal (BJD) did not support the motion, saying that it would be “resound- ingly defeated”. BJD MP Pinaki Misra said that his party cannot support the no-trust motion as the Central government has done many things for Odisha. “I cannot support a No-Confidence Motion against a Central Government today, even though we are against the BJP as a political party...I am grateful for the many things that the Central Government has done for Odisha which is why, in any case, I am unable to persuade my- self on behalf of my party and leader to support a No Confidence Motion today which has been brought by the Congress party,” BJP MP Misra said in Lok Sabha. Rajya Sabha passed Inter-Services Organisation (Command, Control Discipline) Bill – 2023 Bill to empower President with management accountability of IIMs 1 BILLS PASSED ON TUESDAY 3 First India kickstarts campaign, urges people to hoist tricolour at home. This drive will run till August 15. MY FLAG, MY PRIDE!
  • 9. INDIA 08 Jaipur, Wednesday | August 9, 2023 www.firstindia.co.in firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur thefirstindia thefirstindia thefirstindia PTI New Delhi Congress president Mal- likarjun Kharge on Tues- day asked party leaders and workers in Assam to reach out to people and expose the “misgovern- ance” of the BJP, as he chaired a Lok Sabha poll strategy meeting for the northeastern state. Congress leader Rahul Gandhi, All India Con- gress Committee (AICC) in-charge ofAssam Jiten- draSingh,AssamPradesh Congress Committee chief Bhupen Borah and MP from Assam Gaurav Gogoi among others at- tended the meeting here at theAICC headquarters. “In Assam, the Con- gress party is gearing up for the Lok Sabha elec- tions. We are reinvigorat- ing the organisation. All leaders and workers must reach out to people and expose the misgovern- ance and incompetence of the BJP,” Kharge said. The party is holding strategy meetings for every state as part of its preparations for the 2024 Lok Sabha elections. ON ‘ASPIRING FOR SUPERMIND IN CITY OF EVOLVING CONSCIOUSNESS’ Prez inaugurates conference at Auroville PTI New Delhi he President of India, Smt Droupadi Mur- mu inaugurated a confer- ence on ‘Aspiring for Supermind in the City of Evolving Conscious- ness’ at Auroville. Earli- er, she also visited the Matrimandir and a city exhibition at Auroville. The President said that Sri Aurobindo believed thatSupermindcanenable human beings to trans- form into divine beings. He gave the philosophy that supra-mental con- sciousness has the power to make this material worlddivine.Shesaidthat divinity has a different meaning and definition foreachoneofus.Butone thing is common.The one that is divine has to be abovethematerialandbe- yond the tangible. Divine mind is a pure mind. It is above the self. It thinks about the progress, unity and development of all. The President said that the spiritual awakening of a mind can transform a common being into a conscious being. It is this awakening that can trans- form the individuals, or- ganizations, countries and the world. When awakened minds come together and work to- wards common goals, unimaginable results can be achieved. The Presi- dent said that the idea of a Cosmic Being as pro- pounded by Maharishi Aurobindo has a great relevance to the issues the world is facing. President Droupadi Murmu during a visit to the Aurobindo Ashram in Auroville, Tuesday. ANI Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath and others during Monsoon session at Vidhan Bhawan, in Lucknow, on Tuesday. PTI The President said that Auroville is a place where human minds explore, evolve and work together to achieve the larger goal of attaining Supreme Consciousness. It promotes the development of all human beings T PTI Srinagar Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha on Tuesday chaired a meeting with senior administrative and police officers to re- view the preparedness for Independence Day celebrations across Jam- mu and Kashmir. The meeting was at- tended by Jammu and Kashmir Chief Secretary Arun Kumar Mehta, Prin- cipal Secretary to Lt Gov- ernor Mandeep Kumar Bhandari, administrative secretaries, ADGPs, divi- sional commissioners, deputy commissioners, and other officers, in per- son and through video conference, an official spokesman said. The Lt Governor took appraisal of the cam- paigns and events planned by the district administrations and gov- ernment departments in the run-up to the grand celebration on Independ- ence Day. “I am confident that this year too people in huge numbers will par- ticipate in Independence Day events,” Sinha said. He directed the offi- cials to organise activi- ties under the ‘Har Ghar Tiranga Abhiyan’. Agencies Lucknow Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath on Tuesday took a dig at Leader of Opposition and Sama- jwadiParty(SP)president Akhilesh Yadav and said that it was good to see that Samajwadis (socialists) were concerned about the rising population. While replying to a question regarding inclu- sion of employment ori- entededucationinthecur- riculumofsecondaryedu- cation, Yogi said, It felt good to see that the Lead- er of the Opposition is concernedaboutthepopu- lation. We are talking about the common law to control this. At least there has been progress among the socialists. Thinking about the progress is a good thing, he said. Earlier, Akhilesh sought to know from Yogi about the rise in the number of children in the age group of 15 years be- tween 2017 to 2022. ANI Mumbai Netaji Subash Chandra Bose's nephew Ardhen- du Bose passed away in Maharash- tra's Mum- bai on Mon- day. The reason for his death was a heart attack andAr- dhendu Bose breathed his last while at his residence in Mumbai, informed his wife Kermeen Bose. Agencies Thiruvananthapuram Kerala on Tuesday be- came the first state in the country when theAssem- bly passed a resolution against the U n i f o r m Civil Code (UCC). The Kerala Legislative Assembly unanimously demanded that the cen- tral government refrain from taking any steps on issues affecting the entire populace of the country. Plea in Supreme Court relating to communal violence in Gurugram and other incidents Karnataka medical college suspends 11 students for posting reel ‘demeaning’ nurses New Delhi: Following a number of occurrences, including calls for a Muslims boycott and the closing of mosques in Gurugram, the Supreme Court received a new petition seeking to initiate appropriate action against the speakers who instigated communal disharmony. Senior Advocate Kapil Sibal mentioned the plea on Monday before a bench led by Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud. He mentioned some incidents that have happened in Gurugram whereby it was said that people who employ any member of a minority community in shops will all be called traitors. New Delhi: Eleven MBBS second-year students of Karnataka Institute of Medical Sciences (KIMS) in Karnataka’s Hubballi have been suspended for making an Instagram reel demeaning nurses and posting it. The video urges people not to trust nurses. In the video, a student dresses up as a nurse who doesn’t take her job seriously. It shows her escorting a patient in a wheelchair when a man starts talking to him. She immediately responds, gets busy talking, and lets go of the wheelchair carelessly. PILseekingsealingof Gyanvapidismissed aswithdrawnbyHC New Delhi: The Allahabad High Court on Tuesday dismissed as withdrawn a PIL seeking a direction to the Uttar Pradesh government to seal the entire Gyanvapi premises without affecting the ASI survey order of the Varanasi court. The court dismissed the petition as withdrawn when petitioner counsel made a prayer to approach the appropriate forum as per law and file an application for the reliefs claimed in the PIL. Karnataka HC dismisses case against JP Nadda New Delhi: The Karnataka HC has quashed a case of violation of model code of conduct registered against the BJP president JP Nadda during the run-up to the May 10 assembly polls. The case related to a speech Nadda made during a campaign rally at Harapanahalli in Vijayanagar district. Justice M Nagaprasanna at HC allowed a petition from Nadda and quashed the case on Monday. CRUCIAL READ Agencies New Delhi Congress is gearing up for the Rahul Gandhi’s second Bharat JodoYatra and a committee has been formed to finalise the de- tails, though there is no official word from the grand old party yet. Maharashtra Conga- ress president Nana Pa- tole on Tuesday an- nounced that Rahul Gan- dhi will start his “pady- atra” from Gujarat to Meghalaya and the sched- ule for the march will be announced later. Patole said the Con- gress workers in Maha- rashtra would hold paral- lel march across the en- tire state coinciding with Rahul’s “padyatra.” “We will start a paday- atra (in Maharashtra) when Rahul Gandhi starts his own padayatra from Gujarat to Meghalaya. The programme has been given to us by the All In- dia Congress Committee (AICC),” Patole said. PTI New Delhi Delhi Lieutenant Gover- nor V K Saxena has ac- corded sanction for the prosecution of two per- sons accused of drawing anti-national slogans like “Khalistan Zindabad” al- legedly at the behest of banned outfit - Sikhs for Justice (SFJ) - early this year, Raj Niwas officials said on Tuesday. Accused Vikram Sin- gh and Balram Singh were arrested by Delhi Police for drawing multi- ple pro-Khalistani graf- fiti in areas of Vikaspuri, Janakpuri, Pachim Vihar, Meera Bagh and other parts of Western Delhi on January 19, they said. The accused said they indulged in such activi- ties on the instruction of fugitive secessionist Gurpatwant Singh Pan- nun, (founder of SFJ). 2nd phase of Bharat Jodo Yatra from Guj to Meghalaya: Congress DelhiLGallowsprosecutionof2 menforpro-Khalistanislogans Rahul Gandhi will undertake 2nd leg of Bharat Jodo Yatra. FILE LG of Delhi VK Saxena, Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal others at inauguration of redeveloped ‘Shaheedi Park’ at ITO, in New Delhi, on Tuesday. PTI LG Manoj Sinha during a meeting on Tuesday. Jammu-Kashmir gears up for grand celebration on Aug 15 Independence Day LGSinhareviewsIndependence DaypreparednessacrossJK PTI Washington Led by Indian-American Congressman Thanedar, a group of US lawmakers have introduced a resolu- tion in the House of Rep- resentatives to declare India’s Independence Day as a National Day of Celebrationoftheworld’s two largest democracies. The resolution express- esthebeliefthatthestrong partnership between the United States and India, rooted in shared demo- cratic values, will contin- ue to advance global de- mocracy and foster peace, stability, and prosperity. The resolution seeks to declareAugust 15, India’s Independence Day as the National Day of Celebra- tionoftheWorld’s2Larg- est Democracies. Americans with Indian heritage enhance public life in the US as govern- ment officials, military personnel, law enforce- ment officers who dili- gently uphold the princi- ples of the US Constitu- tion contribute to the enriching diversity of Na- tion, the resolution says. Resolutionintroducedin USHousetodeclareAug15 as‘Nat’lDayofCelebration’ We all must work together as a single unit for the successful conduct of ‘Meri Maati Mera Desh’, ‘Har Ghar Tiranga’ across the Union Territory and ‘Tiranga Yatra’ in Jammu and Srinagar. MANOJ SINHA, JK LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR ‘GoodtoseeSamajwadisare concernedaboutpopulation’ INQUIRY REPORT ON 1980 MORADABAD RIOTS TABLED IN UTTAR PRADESH ASSEMBLY Lucknow: A report on an inquiry into the 1980 Mora- dabad riots by a retired high court judge was tabled in the Uttar Pradesh assembly on Tuesday. Parlia- mentary Affairs Minister Suresh Kumar Khanna tabled the report and gave reasons for the delay. In May, the state cabinet had decided to table the Justice M P Saxena Com- mission’s report in the assembly. The 1980 Moradabad riots had lasted months, in which 83 people were killed and several others injured in several districts of the state. Saxena, who had retired as a judge of the Allahabad High Court, had submitted his report in November 1983. When the riots took place, there was a Congress government in Uttar Pradesh under the leadership of Chief Minister Vish- wanath Pratap Singh. At the time, a Congress government, led by Indira Gandhi, was also in power at the Centre. CONGRESS MP RAHUL GANDHI TO VISIT WAYANAD ON AUGUST 12-13 New Delhi: Congress General Secretary KC Venugopal on Tuesday informed that Rahul Gandhi will be on a two-day visit to his Lok Sabha constituency in Wayanad, Kerala, from August 12 to August 13. This will be his first visit since he was reinstated as a Lok Sabha Member of Parliament on Monday. In this regard, Congress General Secretary KC Venugopal took to Twitter and said,” On 12-13 August,Rahul Gandhi ji will be in his constituency, Wayanad! Assam:CongholdsLSpollsstrategymeeting Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge with party leaders Rahul Gandhi and others, at AICC HQ, in New Delhi, Tuesday. PTI Subhas Chandra Bose nephew passes away Kerala is 1st state to pass resolution against UCC Courtesy Meet! Former Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj S Bommai calls on Union Home Minister Amit Shah, in New Delhi on Tuesday. ANI VKSaxenasanctioned theirprosecution underSection196(1) oftheCodeofCriminal Procedure1973
  • 10. 09 Jaipur, Wednesday | August 9, 2023 www.firstindia.co.in firstindia.co.in/epapers/jaipur thefirstindia thefirstindia thefirstindia NEWS Russianstrikeskill7, devastationinUkraine Agencies Kyiv Rescue workers combed through the rubble of damaged apartments in the city of Pokrovsk in eastern Ukraine on Tuesday, a day after Russian strikes killed at least seven people. The target of the mis- sile attack was a com- mand post of the Ukrain- ian armed forces, the Russiandefenceministry indicated in a daily brief- ing.Pokrovsk,whichhad a pre-war population of around 60,000, sits just 40 kilometres (25 miles) from the eastern front line, where Mos- cow says it is gaining ground and repelling Ukrainian attacks. RUSSIA TARGETED OUR RESCUE WORKERS: KYIV KYIV, Ukraine: Ukrainian officials on Tuesday ac- cused the Kremlin’s forces of targeting rescue workers by hitting residential build- ings with two consecutive missiles — the first one to draw crews to the scene and the second one to wound or kill them. The strikes Monday evening in the downtown district of the city of Pokrovsk killed at least seven people. 2 missiles - launched 40 minutes apart - damaged residential buildings, a hotel, shops and administrative buildings. NEW INDIAN MILESTONE Thakur lauds swimmer Ganguly for his silver at Youth Commonwealth Games ANI New Delhi Union Sports Minister Anurag Thakur on Tues- day lauded Indian swim- mer Shoan Ganguly for winning silver at Youth Commonwealth Games in Trinbago. Ganguly claimed sil- ver in the boys 400m individual medley swim- ming event. He came with the best Indian time of 4:25.47 to finish be- hind England’s Reece Grady (4:24:16), while Scotland’s Evan David- son won the bronze with a swim of 4:25:68. Notably, the fastest time clocked by an In- dian swimmer is called “Best Indian Time’’ while a timing is consid- ered a national meet re- cord when it has been achieved at the National Aquatic Championships. Congratulations to India’s rising star and #KheloIndia athlete Shoan Ganguly on setting the new Best Indian Time in the Men’s 400m Individual Medley event en route to securing a SILVER at the 2023 Youth Commonwealth Games. Anurag Thakur @ianuragthakur Powerfulstormkills2people,leaves 1.1mnwithoutpowerineasternUS Agencies Washington At least two people died, thousands of the United States (US) flights were canceled or delayed, and more than 1.1 million homes and businesses lost power Monday as severe storms, including hail and lightning, moved through the east- ern United States. The National Weather Service issued a tornado watch for the greater DC area, lasting until 9pm.A special Weather Service statement warned, “There is a significant threat for damaging and locally destructive hurri- cane-force winds, along with the potential for large hail and tornadoes, even strong tornadoes.” 147PEOPLEDEADINUS DUETOEXTREMEHEAT Washington DC: Ex- treme heat in US has killed at least 147 people in just five counties with experts say the estimate is far lower than the actual number of lives lost to the extreme heat, CNN reported. The deaths occurred in 3 states that have suffered the worst. Till date, 64 died in Pima County; 39 in Maricopa County; 26 in Clark County; 11 in Webb County; and 7 in Harris County. 2,600FLIGHTSHITDUE TOHEAVYSTORM Washington: The US govt offices in the Washington DC area closed early on Mon- day (local time) because of threatening weather as forecasters warned people across the eastern US of possible tornadoes, damaging winds and large hailstones. Fast-moving thunderstorms and power- ful winds toppled trees and knocked out power for nearly 200,000 homes. Nepal: 38 die as heavy rains trigger floods and landslides Agencies Kathmandu Landslides caused by heavy rain killed one person, and blocked a major highway in Nepal this week, officials said on Tuesday, as the num- ber of deaths from the monsoon rains nears 40. The rains, which lash the Himalayan nation from June to September, kill scores of people every year, and many more go missing as the monsoon triggers land- slides and floods. This year, 38 people have died and at least 33 people are missing, Mana Acharya, an offi- cial at the home minis- try said. FISU World varsity games: India wins record 26 medals ANI Chengdu [China] India finished seventh in the FISU World Univer- sity Games campaign with a best-ever haul of 26 medals – 11 gold, five silver and 10 bronze.The 31st edition of the World University Games was held in Chengdu, the People’s Republic of China, from July 28 to August 8. Bridge:IndianU31teambagsbronze medalinWorldYouthTeamsC’ship ANI Veldhoven The Indian under-31 bridge team comprising Sagnik Roy, Sayantan Kushari, Souvik Kar, Pritam Das, Wrik Chakraborty and Swar- nashish Chatterjee has won a bronze medal in the 18th World Youth Teams Bridge Champi- onships held in Veld- hoven, the Netherlands. The team added a feather to its cap when it finished third by defeat- ing China in the event for the event held from July 31 to August 7.