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High Court Allowed Herbal flavour Hookah In Maharashtra

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Finally, Bombay High Court has allowed herbal flavour hookah in the state after a petition filed in court by Mumbai based Owner of Chain Of Open Air Resturant Ali Reza.

After a shocking incident of fire at two roof-top restaurants inside Kamla Mills compound, which cost 14 lives on December 28, 2017, the state has amended Cigarettes and Other Tobacco Products Act (COTPA), 2003. This led to a blanket ban on hookah parlours in the state.

At the latest judgement by the bench, “The high court is permitting the petitioner to serve the herbal hookah. If in future the petitioner is found to be serving any tobacco product then the authorities are free to take action as per law.”

To challenge the ban, Ali Reza filed a petition in Supreme court which later referred it to High court that they should look in the matter at earliest. As the ban has shut down Ali Reza’s three food joints where herbal hookah was served and 400 workers were employed.

Earlier Sheesha Skylounge owner Ali Reza said, “We are Not Challenging Govt Order Against Tobbaco Flavour Hukkah We are asking Just Herbal Non Tobacco Flavour Hukkah permission which was Also given by Gujarat HC even after the State Banned Tobbaco Flavour Hukkah with President Accent.”

In this matter, earlier court had seek report of Herbal Flavour Non Tobacco Test, when the case was headed by bench of justices Ranjit More and Bharati Dangre.

Eventually, Ali Reza and several other herbal hookah owners will have a sigh of relief after the court’s permission.

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Muslim Community get land for Cemetery in Deoghar of Alibaug

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Many Muslim communities live in the Adjacent side of Deoghar of Alibaug. For the past several years, the Community suffering a problem with Graveyard. Community gets permission that, They will be given a hectare area for the graveyard.

Akil Penkar, Honarable District Conservator of Raigarh. Aditi Tatkare had posed this problem in front of Tai. He immediately noticed the seriousness of the issue and Ma. Collector Smt Nidhi Chaudhary Madam, Forest Department Officer and Ma. Interacted with Deputy One Ranger Alibaug. After this, A Permission is granted to give a hectare and Immediately the work to count land is started.

The census of this area has been completed today and For this census, The local forest officer, Honorable Mr. Tayday Saheb, Hon. Patil, Honorable Ranger Saheb, Sh. Tarsa Saheb and the entire forest assistant staff, local Talathi Saheb Mr. Shinge Tatya, Circle Officer, Bhumabhilaka Enumeration Officer Mr. Andhle Saheb and his staff, local Sarpanch Mr. Cherkar, Gram Panchayat member Mr. Deepak Gharat and people from Muslim community were also present.

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Illegal Shops were running in City Centre Mall, Light Metre is Provided by BMC and BEST Instead of Filing a Case

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City Centre is famous for Cheap Mobiles. There is a selling of cheap Mobiles and Mobile Accessories without Tax and of Cheap Rate. Illegal Methods were used to run this Mall. Various Shops were made with illegal method. So after, Instead of complaining about this illegal shops BMC and BEST provided them a Light Metre. Question raised for that is, BEST is not getting bribe from the owners of the City Center Mall.

There is 3 Floors in City Centre Mall, In that, 1 Floor contains of 1000-1200 shops, Which was made illegally. Partition was made between whose Shops and divided One Shop into 2-3 Shops. Even after illegally made shops, The owners of the shop used to rent whose shops from 40 to 45 Thousands. If they were renting those Shops 40 to 45 Thousands, Then the mall Suppose to earn a Crores of money from this illegal Shops.

For the Tax Evasion, They were Importing the Duplicate Accessories of Mobiles from Nepal and Other Countries. Loading of those Accessories were worked for whole night. Lakhs of Tempos, Trucks, and Carts of Smuggled Goods were stored in Warehouse.

There is a Big Warehouse made in City Centre Mall. From where it was sent to many parts of the Countries such as Gujarat, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, UP. Government and Mobile Companies, Both bear a loss of more than 100 Crores per month.

If City Centre Mall was running with Illegal Methods than Why BMC and BEST were Providing Light Metre to whose Illegal Shops? If Instead of filing a case on the Mall, they were providing a Light Metre then it is clear that, BEST and BMC were Bribe from the Owners of the Mall.

In 2018, The shop Owners of City Center Mall were sent a notice for non-payment of tax of the balance amount of more than Rs 2 Crores.

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Maharashtra government issued guidelines for Eid Milad-un-Nabi Festival

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Due to the Corona Epidemic, The festival of Eid-Milad is also Colourless. A procession is taken out on the day of Eid- Milad. For which the Government of Maharashtra has issued guidelines. Which states that a “Symbolic” procession with only ten people in a truck will be taken out.

Shri Ramesh Murari Rao Manade, Deputy Secretary, Home Department, Government of Maharashtra on Friday RLP-1020 / Tax 172 / V-Shaw-1B has issued GR of this number. It states that, due to Corona, all mass programs have been banned. People have been appealed to do such programs at home. Eid- Milad is also to be celebrated at home. The procession cannot be allowed. But symbolically a procession is being allowed from Khilafat House in Mumbai with ten people in a truck.

Along with this, it has also been said that only five people will be allowed to give religious speeches at Khilafat House. It has to be made available to people through online, cable, Facebook and social media as per the rules and regulations imposed by the government. Assembly will not be allowed. If this symbolic procession instruction number 5 is to be welcomed somewhere in the middle, then permission for the construction of the venue of the venue has to be taken as per law and no more than five persons can live in this venue.

On the occasion of Eid-Milad, if anyone wants to apply water, They have to take regular permission for it and no more than five people can be placed there. Water or syrup should be distributed in a closed bottle. In all other districts also, The procession of Eid Milad-un-Nabi should be carried out symbolically with the prior permission of the police administration according to the same guidelines.

The coronavirus has completely covered Maharashtra. The covid-19 key is used with caution at the time of procession. Section 144 is applicable in the entire State, It has to be taken care of.

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