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Sweets are distributed Before IPS gets transfer order… Uddhav Govt is under docs over transfers

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Shivsena Govt in Maharashtra is under shadow over transfers of Govt Officials. The opposition is continuously attacking Shivsena Govt on transfers and placement of Govt officials they say that there is big nexus of Govt Officials and Political leaders in power and everything is happening under this nexus. Possibly big money involvement is also there. However, there have been cancellations of transfer orders in Udhav Govt and this suggests that someone is holding the remote for the Govt.

This time also similar case is seen in the post of SP of Raigarh it is said that many IPS are in a queue for the post and on the other side, politicians are also up as they want their officers to be appointed and that why there is a delay in coming up of the order and there is a twist that an officer named Ashok Dudhe has been confirmed for the post before any order. NCP leader and MP Sunil Tatkare have been vouching for Mr. Dudhe as Tatkare wants him to be appointed in Raigarh.

Now the question arises that why Merit is cornered in this Govt and posting and transfers are happening at the behest of political leaders. And now if Mr. Dudhe is appointed then it is confirmed that it happened coz of Tatkare and there is an element of corruption and political interference is there and what Udhav Govt does to curb this.

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Hotels, cinema halls and gyms will reopen in Maharashtra, there will be a weekend lockdown on Sunday But have to wait for local

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The restrictions of the applicable lockdown will be relaxed in the 25 districts of the state including Mumbai where the number of corona patients has declined. New guidelines in this regard will be issued in one or two days and will be issued after the consent of the Chief Minister. State Health Minister Rajesh Tope gave this information. In the conversation, he also said that the decision to relax the restrictions applicable for travel in local trains has been left to the Chief Minister. The Health Minister said that the number of corona patients is not declining in Raigad, Ratnagiri, Sindhudurg and Palghar in Konkan, Beed in Marathwada, Ahmednagar in northern Maharashtra and Sangli, Satara, Pune, Kolhapur and Solapur districts in western Maharashtra. At the same time, the number of corona patients is also increasing in eight districts of the state. That is why the restrictions of the third phase will be kept in force in these districts. Not only this, instructions have been given to the collectors and commissioners in these districts to tighten the restrictions as per the requirement.

The Health Minister said that the Chief Minister has been entrusted with the right to take a decision on the relaxation in local trains in Mumbai. There is a demand from some people that those who have taken both the doses of the vaccine, should be allowed to travel in the local train. At the same time, some experts are still opposed to this matter. The Health Minister said that it is important to take care that the corona does not increase. Therefore, this issue will be considered from all angles. In view of the third wave of corona, work has been done to create self-reliance for adequate supply of oxygen, adequate training to doctors and health workers. The course of treatment of corona has also been fixed, so that it will not be much difficult to face the possible third wave. However, citizens who get infected with Corona should not take any kind of negligence. He said that if the infection is detected early, effective treatment can be given.

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NCB mumbai seized 183.4 grams of Mephedrone & cash worth Rs.18 lakh on July 29th, Officers said Interrogation of accused persons is going on

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NCB Mumbai in its continuous fight against Drug Suppliers and Peddlers in Mumbai had launched 02 operations in various places of Mumbai and seized 183.4 grams of Mephedrone (Commercial Quantity) along with cash worth Rs. 18,00,000/- on 29th July and intercepted 03 persons including 01 lady. Officers said Interrogation of accused persons is going on.

On specific information, a team of NCB Mumbai raided Chawl at Amina Nagar, Idgah Maidan, Meghwadi, Jogeshwari East and intercepted one person named Abrar Khan & seized 80 grams of Mephedrone with Cash worth Rs. 18 lakh from his house search on 28th July. He was supposed to deliver MD drugs to someone at near his residence at Jogeshwari East. On personal search a packet containing MD drugs of weight 80 gram was found. In the search of accused House cash worth Rs.18 lakhs was found. Further investigation is under process. Abrar Khan is a criminal in Meghwadi area having Police cases registered at Jogeswari Police station & Santacruz Police Station in the year 2006 & 2009 u/s 302, 324 and 326 of IPC. He uses minor children for drugs trafficking i.e. Ecstasy, Corex, Mephedrone, etc. at Meghwadi area. NCB Mumbai registered this case under the Crime No. 72/2021.

On reliable information, NCB Mumbai busted a drug cartel which was run at Three Star Hotel in Andheri (E), Mumbai and seized a total 103.4 grams of Mephedrone (Commercial Quantity) on 28 July and intercepted one lady who was the peddler of the wanted suspect Jai Prakash Bhatt. In follow up operation on 29th July, NCB Mumbai intercepted one person named Rohan Pandey from Marol Naka. Preliminary investigation has revealed that the accused lady is engaged in drug distribution, consumption and other illegal activities. Further investigation is going on. NCB Mumbai registered this case under the Crime No. 73/2021.

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NCP slams BJP for ‘misleading’ on Maharashtra floods relief

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The Nationalist Congress Party on Thursday slammed the Bharatiya Janata Party at the Centre for ‘misleading’ the people that an aid of Rs 701 crore has been sanctioned for Maharashtra farmers as flood relief.

Referring to Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar’s statement on Wednesday (July 28) in parliament that the aid amount was given to the state, NCP Chief Spokesperson Mahesh Tapase said the relief pertained to the floods of mid 2020.

“We want to clarify that the amount which the Union Minister mentioned was for the last year’s floods when the Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) government had sought Rs 3,701-crore as relief, of which only Rs 701 crore has come, that too, after a year,” Tapase pointed out.

For the current flood crisis in the state the Centre has not given any relief to the farmers and the amount sanctioned now (Rs 701 crore) was for the previous year’s flood havoc, when Maharashtra had given a relief package of Rs 4,375 crore, he added.

“Currently, Maharashtra is carrying out the assessment of the exact losses suffered due to the floods last week. Then we shall send a comprehensive report to the Centre for assistance,” Tapase said.

Taking a swipe at the Centre, he said that it could have sanctioned an immediate ex-gratia relief amount for the Maharashtra farmers without waiting for the loss assessment report, as was done for Gujarat.

However, the Centre has not done this since this state currently has a MVA government of the Shiv Sena-NCP-Congress, he stated.

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