ओए झल्लेया! ये हसाडी सोणी दिल्ली में क्या हो रहा है???
ओए #कॉरोनानुसरों के नाम पर दिल्लीवासियों को लूटा जा रहा है। दो दर्जन स्थानों को पुनः लॉकडाउन कर दिया ।यत्र तत्र सर्वत्र चलान की दस्ती पर्चियां काटी जा रही है ।पांच सौ ₹ से बढ़ा कर जुर्माना दो हजार ₹ कर दिया गया है।इसका ब्यौरा भी कही नही है ।
भापा जी! आपजी की दिल्ली सरकार ने आपदा को अवसर में बदल लिया है।अभी तक लगभग पांच लाख लोगों के चालान काटे जा चुके हैं ।पांच सौ ₹ प्रति के हिसाब से 25 करोड़ ₹ की वसूली हो चुकी है ।अब दो हजार की वसूली शुरू हो गई है ,है ना आपदा में अवसर??
(Mumbai) Spike in Cyber Crimes :Maha Home Minister
Maharashtra amidst the coronavirus-induced lockdown, state Home Minister Anil Deshmukh on Saturday warned of a stricter action against those involved in such acts.
Maharashtra Cyber Department has so far registered 410 offences and arrested 213 persons in connection with these.
(New Delhi) Delhi Cong President Anil Kumar Alleges Detention, Cops Deny
Delhi Congress president Anil Kumar on Sunday alleged that he was detained by police for “helping migrant workers”, a charge denied by a senior police official.
As per Police officials Anil Kumar had assured some help to Migrants in migrating to native place. So, he was requested to remain at home and not venture out
(Chd,Pb) Capt Govt Urges Punjab’s Employees to take Voluntary Salary Cut
State ministers have already decided to donate their three months’ salary to the CM’s relief fund.
The appeal to the employees was made after a meeting of the finance sub-committee, headed by Chief Minister Amarinder Singh.
At the meeting, Finance Minister Manpreet Singh Badal said the state was expected to earn at least Rs 22,000 crore less than its estimates for the current fiscal.
Against the estimated revenue receipts of Rs 88,000, the state will be able to generate only Rs 66,000 crore in the light of the curfew/lockdown, which has brought all business to a standstill, the minister said.
Later, Chief Secretary Karan Avtar Singh issued an appeal asking all government employees to contribute to the fight against coronavirus.
The chief secretary suggested that Grade A and B employees should contribute 30 per cent of their salary while Grade C and D staff can take 20 per cent and 10 per cent cut for April, May and June.