Tag: PWD

Divyangjans (PwD) Are Exempted From Essential Service

(New Delhi) Divyangjans (PwD) Are Exempted From Essential Service
As per fresh Office Memorandum (OM) issued by the Ministry of Personnel, employees who are “Persons with Disability” (PwD) or “Divyangjans” are exempted.
Earlier Office Memorandum issued by DoPT immediately following the imposition of 21 day lockdown, the Heads of Departments (HoDs) were asked to draw a list of staff of Central Govt ,that are “absolutely necessary” to carry out additional essential services within the department.

“AAP”Releases 100 Dayer Report Card With Usual Request For Donations

[New Delhi]”AAP”Releases 100 Dayer Report Card With Usual Request For Donations
Aam Aadmi Party[AAP]’s Delhi Govt Has Completed 100 Days So Report Card Is Released With The Usual Request For Generous Donations .
Report Card Is As Under
[1]Delhi government will not allow foreign direct investment (FDI) in the retail sector in Delhi.
[2]The Anti-Corruption Branch (ACB) of Delhi government on Wednesday questioned three senior executives of Reliance Industries Limited (RIL).
[3]Delhi chief minister, Arvind Kejriwal, on Thursday directed the transport and environment departments to make stringent plans to check alleged manipulation in issuance of Pollution Under Control certificates.
[4]The Delhi Government’s PWD has launched a centralised complaint centre for registration of complaints against potholes and rough patches on the roads
[5]Chief Minister on Sunday announced that the state government will appoint a fare-fixation committee and autorickshaw fares will be revised on April 1 every year.
[6]The Delhi Jal Board is setting up five decentralised Waste Water Treatment Plants (WWTP)
[7]Delhi government has approached the National Green Tribunal (NGT) seeking a direction to DDA to provide land for parking 10,000 buses in the capital.
[8]Delhi government opens school grounds and stadiums to promote sports.
[9]Delhi government cuts sewer, water development charges by 80% for new connections in unauthorized colonies.
[10]Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia had put an end to the “transfer-posting industry” that was being run during the previous governments.