के सभी प्रकाशन Tanvi Sharma . बम्बई , भारत
BJP MLA Ashish Shelar Had His Security System Reduced
The Shiv Sena and the BJP are once again on the brink of reducing the security cordon of BJP leaders. On Thursday, BJP MLA Ashish Shelar was told about his security system being downgraded from 5 policemen to 2. A change in Shelar's security arrangements has been made two days later for allegedly contracting into the BMC controlled by the Shiv Sena. Speaking to media, Shelar described Sena's vengeful politics as lacking in security and said, "It is the responsibility of the government to protect every citizen of the state, especially when it comes to the safety of women." The issue of law and order was raised on Thursday during the winter session in Nagpur. "Instead of answering my questions, my security cover was reduced. I am sure the government would have done its homework before making a call on the issue." Initially, they kept armed police personnel as part of their security. However, in 2018, a report from the Maharashtra State Intelligence Department After Sonu had warned. In the wake of a death threat from a terrorist group in Pakistan and Shelar, the Mumbai police had escorted him to a Y-Plus security cover. Meanwhile, a Home Department official, on condition of anonymity, told media, "There is no talk." Changes in protection category. The only escort vehicle provided by the department was withdrawn. Apart from Shelar, the state government has reduced the security cover of Prasad Lad, who is said to be a close aide of former Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis — shortened the security cover of Lad. X under the category and will be guarded by a policeman instead of Y- plus category security cover. Despite several attempts, it was not available for comment Lad.
Civic bodies are failing to achieve any progress in setting up a waste management plant at Deonar Dumping Ground and acquiring land at Karvale village in Ambarnath for another dump yard. Even as both projects are delayed, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation has submitted an application to the Bombay High Court seeking an extension to close the Deonar dumping ground. The High Court in 2013 directed the BMC to close the Deonar and Mulund dumping grounds within three months. However, BMC managed to cease operations in Mulund only in December 2018, while the dumping of waste at Donor continues. In April, the HC allowed the civic body to dump solid waste at the Deonar dumping ground by 31 December, stating that it was the last extension. High Court is yet to hear the BMC's latest appeal filed this week. Although the state government has promised to give 52 hectares of land in Karvele village, BMC has been able to acquire only 12 hectares of land. The process of acquisition of the remaining land is likely to take one or two years. "There are 72 structures on the land, and the state government has asked us to build homes, schools, and primary health centers for the people living there. We have submitted a plan for this to the MMRDA and are awaiting further process," a BMC official said. As per the plan, for each structure, BMC would have to cede 900 square feet of land with houses built on 450 square feet, as part of the rehabilitation. A BMC official said that until the BMC does not build the house, it will take at least another two years to complete the rehabilitation project.
Mumbai: Plans To Close One Lane Used To Access WEH
After much back and forth suspicion, the Mumbai Traffic Police is ready to make a final call at the conclusion of the bridge at Hans Bhugra Marg in Wakulla. According to sources, the police are planning to close the bridge lane used to go from Kalina to Western Express Highway (WEH) and divert traffic towards Nehru Road and Bandra Kurla Complex. According to the traffic police, the lane to be closed was built in the British period. "This bridge is a combination of two separate sections built on pipelines. The new one was built by MMMDA," a source said. "The British Era bridge is dilapidated and needs to be demolished immediately. There is no other one. We have no other option. The old lane will be closed soon," the source said. Another official said they would recommend smaller roads as an alternative. A detailed report on the variations has been sent to the Joint Commissioner of Police (Traffic), Madhukar Pandey, who told media agency, "I have signed the final draft of the variations to be used after the closure of the bridge on Hans Bhugra Marg. We will soon issue a public notification. Demolition is expected to begin soon after the bridge is closed. Work on expanding an elevated SCLR bridge would soon require the closure of other lanes as well. The Hans Bhugra route, once neglected by motorists, became important after the opening of the Santacruz-Chembur Link Road (SCLR). It connects CST Road to WEH, reducing traffic on Nehru Road near Kalina Military Camp and BKC. The BMC had declared the bridge dangerous in March this year after surveying it. The BMC and the Mumbai Metropolitan Regional Development Authority (MMRDA) wanted to close the bridge on 23 November, before and after, several tests were conducted by the traffic police stopping traffic on other roads. However, all options resulted in severe traffic jams, and the shutdown was postponed.