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Delhi Govt Seeks ₹ 5,K Cr from Centre to Pay Salaries

(New Delhi)Delhi Govt Seeks ₹ 5,K Cr from Centre to Pay Salaries
The Delhi government has demanded Rs 5,000 crore assistance from the Centre to be able to pay salaries to its employees, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said on Sunday.
Sisodia, who also holds the finance department charge, said the Delhi government requires Rs 3,500 crore per month to pay salaries to its employees and to meet other needs.
“However in past two months, our GST collection has been only Rs 500 crore each month. We need at least Rs 7,000 crore to be able to pay salaries to our employees many of whom are discharging frontline duties against the coronavirus epidemic,” Sisodia said in a press conference.
The Deputy CM said that in a letter to Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, he had demanded Rs 5,000 crore from the Centre as Delhi did not get anything from the disaster relief fund that was given to other states.

Voluntary Organ AWWA Provides 3,700 Food Packets to Delhi Govt:Corona

(New Delhi) AWWA Provides 3,700 Food Packets to Delhi Govt:Corona
Army Wives Welfare Organisation (AWWA) today handed over 2,500 food packets to the Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi for distribution to the needy people during lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Some 1,200 food packets were handed over yesterday. The food packet distribution free of charge will continue for five days.
The food packets were prepared under Army’s AWWA Lunch project by families of Officers, Junior Commissioned Officers and Other Ranks at their houses in various colonies of Delhi.
One of the largest voluntary organisations in the country, the AWWA aims for the holistic development and well-being of Army Wives, including their children, rehabilitation of war widows and differently-abled children. It also takes active participation in the activities of Central and State Governments towards improving the living conditions of the poor.

Kejriwal Govt Moves Resolution, in Spl Assembly Session ,Against NPR

(New Delhi)Unmoved by @AmitShah’Assurance
In National Parliament
, @ArvindKejriwal Govt Called Special Assembly Session And Moved Resolution Against #NPR
www.jamosnews.comKejriwal Govt Moves Resolution Against NPR
Environment minister Gopal Rai on Friday moved a resolution in the Delhi Assembly against implementation of the National Population Register in the national capital and said if executed, it should be applied using the procedure of 2010.
Rai said the National Population Register (NPR) and National Register of Citizens(NRC) are not only meant for a “particular religion” but will also impact the majority population.
Delhi government called a one-day special assembly session on the NRC-NPR issue and the coronavirus situation in the national capital.

Schools to Remain Closed in ,Northeast Delhi till March 7

(New Delhi)Schools to Remain Closed in ,Northeast Delhi till March 7
After Violence Delhi is Under Control But Tense So
Schools will remain closed in northeast Delhi till March 7 in view of the violence
The annual exams have also been postponed since the situation is not conducive for conducting examinations in violence-affected areas, according to officials.

Dy CM Sisodia Met FM And Demanded Delhi’s Share in Taxes

(New Delhi) Dy CM Sisodia Met FM Sitharaman’s And Demanded Delhi’s share in Central Taxes
Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Friday met Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman and demanded Delhi’s share in central taxes, which he said would help speed up cleaning the Yamuna and make arrangements for sufficient electricity and water supply in the city.
Taking to Twitter, Sisodia, who also holds the finance portfolio in the AAP government, said Delhi has not been given any share in central taxes since 2001.
In the meeting, he also demanded funds for all the three municipal corporations in Delhi, the same way as Centre gives money to civic bodies in other states.

Fire In Delhi Tpt Deptt:Fire Deptt in Dark About Cause

(New Delhi) Fire In Delhi Tpt Deptt:Fire Deptt in Dark About Cause A fire broke out in an office of the Delhi Transport Department near the Civil Lines metro station on Monday
A call about the fire was received at 8.38 am, following which eight fire tenders rushed to the spot. The cause of the blaze in not known yet,

Kejriwal Will Get Unauthorised Septic Tanks Cleaned For FREE

(New Delhi)Kejriwal Will Get Septic Tanks Cleaned For FREE
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday announced a scheme in which people in unauthorised colonies can get their septic tanks cleaned for free.
There are around 1,700 unauthorised colonies in Delhi and around 430 have sewer lines. In rest of the colonies, people have septic tanks, which they get cleaned by hiring private parties.
Many times people die while cleaning these septic tanks and this is a big step in making Delhi clean and putting an end to sewer deaths, he said.
The contractors or private companies that engage these people are not registered. These companies dump the sludge in drains, contaminating the Yamuna river, Kejriwal said.
The Delhi government will get the septic tanks cleaned for free, he said.
He said the government will hire an agency to clean the septic tanks in unauthorised colonies and a tender will be floated within a month.
DJB trucks will collect the sludge from these septic tanks and take it to sewage treatment plants.
Any person can put in a request to get the septic tank cleaned by calling a phone number, he said.

Kejriwal Flagged off 104 Buses For Delhi Commuters

(New Delhi)Kejriwal Flagged off 104 Buses For Delhi Commuters
In August, the chief minister had announced free-ride for women passengers on DTC and cluster buses from ‘Bhai Dooj’ on October 29.
The AAP government will also deploy bus marshalls within the next week to ensure safety and security of women in the city buses, he said.
The buses feature modern technology, including CCTV cameras and panic buttons for women’s safety, and hydraulic lifts for differently-abled passengers.

Odd-Even Scheme Returns to Delhi from Nov 4

[New Delhi]Odd-Even Scheme Returns to Delhi from Nov 4
Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday said the odd-even road rationing scheme will be implemented in Delhi from November 4 to 15.
Kejriwal said the move was aimed at combating high levels of air pollution in winters when crop burning takes place in neighbouring states.
The chief minister announced his seven-point action plan to tackle pollution due to crop burning which includes distribution of masks, mechanised sweeping of roads, tree plantation, and special plans for 12 pollution hot spots in the city.
Under the scheme, odd and even numbered vehicles ply on alternate days.

Delhi Has No Infrustructure But AAP Adamant to Procure 1K Bty] Buses

[New Delhi]Delhi Has No Infrustructure But AAP Adamant to Procure 1K Bty] Buses
Delhi Has No Infrustructure For Bty-Operated Vehicles But AAP Adamant to Procure 1000 e Buses
The AAP government on Saturday approved a proposal to add 1,000 low-floor AC electric buses to the national capital’s public transport fleet, making Delhi the first city in the country to have such large number of environment-friendly vehicles.
Delhi BJP president Manoj Tiwari attacked the AAP government saying it always accused Modi government of obstructing it from functioning, and still it managed to go for such a large number of e-buses.
“After, four years now Kejriwal government is going to procure 1,000 e-buses, although he always accused Modi government of stopping it from working,” Tiwari said in a press conference.
He also alleged “corruption” in procurement of buses.
BJP MLA and Leader of Opposition in Delhi Assembly Vijender Gupta claimed there were not enough charging facilities and depots for the e-buses.
“The Delhi government will suffer loss of Rs 80 per km per electric bus which will be Rs 60 lakh per year. For 1,000 buses, the loss will be around Rs 600 crore per year, and Rs 6,000 crore in ten years,” claimed Gupta.