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Atul Londhe, new Cong chief spokesperson Sachin Sawant leaves media cell

SACHIN SAWANT, general secretary of the Maharashtra Pradesh Congress Committee and party spokesperson, resigned from his media duties after Atul Londhe was elevated as chief spokesperson.

Londhe, originally from Nagpur, is a recent NCP Congress entry. He is seen as close to Nana Patole, also from the Vidarbha region.

Sawant, who has been with the party for over 10 years and was the media face of Congress in Mumbai, resigned from the Congress media cell and wrote to party leaders asking for another responsibility. Considered a protégé of Ashok Chavan, Sawant is on the governor’s list of candidates for the quota for members of the Legislative Council, which awaits Raj Bhavan’s approval.

Patole made other changes to the MPCC. Bhaidas Nagrale, a retired IAS executive, is now in charge of the development of the stand. Former Minister Hussain Dalwai will plan the political programs of Congress and play a key role in the rally scheduled for December 28 at Shivaji Park which Congress President Sonia Gandhi is expected to attend. Former Minister of State Sunil Deshmukh of Amravati will now be in charge of all cells. Vishal Muttemwar from Nagpur will be in charge of social media.

The electoral cell will include Ramesh Shetty, Rajan Bhosale, Munaf Hakim and Vishwajeet Happe.

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For the first time since March last year, Mumbai reports zero Covid deaths

Mumbai reported no Covid-19 deaths on Sunday for the first time since March 26, 2020. The city recorded 367 positive cases on Sunday, bringing its total number of cases to 7.5 lakh, with 5,920 active Covid patients. The death toll in the city stands at 16,180.

“Mumbai does not register any Covid-related deaths after March 26, 2020. This is great news for all of us in Mumbai. As municipal commissioner, I salute the MCGM team for its spectacular performance. Let’s all keep the mask on our face and let every citizen of Mumbai get vaccinated if some of us haven’t already, ”City Commissioner Iqbal Singh Chahal said in a statement.

Mumbai had reported its first death from Covid on March 17, 2020, with a 64-year-old man who died six days after testing positive. In the past 19 months, the only day Mumbai reported zero deaths was March 26, 2020. The maximum number of deaths reported in Mumbai in a single day was in June 2020, with 136 reported deaths.

While daily Covid cases have seen a slight increase in the past two months after the easing of lockdown guidelines and festivals like Ganeshotsav and Navratri, the city has been reporting single-digit deaths since August 2.

Chahal said that 97% of eligible citizens in Mumbai have received a single dose of vaccination and 55% are fully vaccinated. According to BMC data, so far 1.34 crore people have received at least one dose of vaccine while 48.33 lakh are fully vaccinated with both doses.

According to officials, the decline in the number of deaths from Covid-19 is mainly due to vaccination. “The vaccines have been shown to be effective as the number of deaths has declined over the past three months, even when the number of positive patients was high,” said a BMC official.

Meanwhile, of the 343 samples sent for genome sequencing, 54 percent were “delta variants”, 34 percent “delta derivatives” and the remaining 12 percent were other strains. According to the BMC, only three deceased Covid patients were not vaccinated, while among those vaccinated very few had required hospitalization.

On Sunday, the civic body released data from 343 Covid patients whose samples were taken for genome sequencing at the laboratory of Kasturba Hospital in Chinchpokli.

The data show that 185 patients were Delta variants, 117 were Delta derivatives and 40 patients were other strains. The civic body in a statement said that of the total samples tested, 121 were found to be unvaccinated. The three deaths were in unvaccinated people. Two were Delta derivative deaths and one was Delta variants.

According to the data, 168 double-dose people were infected, of whom 46 were hospitalized. There were 54 patients with one dose of the vaccine, of which seven were admitted to hospital for treatment.

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“Government assassinations” replaced “contract assassinations” with the help of central agencies: Sanjay Raut

Launching a scathing attack on the BJP and the Center over alleged abuse of investigative agencies, Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut claimed on Sunday that “contract assassinations” were now replaced by “government assassinations” To put an end to the political rivals of Maharashtra.

With some ministers from the Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) government led by Shiv Sena under the scanner of the Directorate of Enforcement (ED), Income Tax, and at least one of them facing A CBI investigation, Raut said central investigative agencies were working as “contract killers for the ruling party in Delhi”.

“Is there a rule of law or (a rule of) raiding in Maharashtra? This is the question that comes to mind given the record raids carried out by the central investigative agencies, “Raut wrote in the weekly” Rokhthok “column of Sena” Saamana “spokesperson, of whom he is the editor. chief.

Previously Delhi rulers were lying, but now (ordering) frequent raids has become a new venture without any capital investment, he said.

“Use the people’s money, the government apparatus to eliminate political opponents. In the past, contract killings were the order of the day in Mumbai (when Underworld was active). Contract killers were hired to kill rivals (by gangs). This is now replaced with “kill the government”. The central investigative agencies work as contract killers for the ruling party in Delhi, ”Raut said.

Getting rid of unwanted political rivals through these agencies appears to have become a new policy, Raut said.

Referring to the arrest of the leader of the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) and son-in-law of Minister of State Nawab Malik Sameer Khan by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB), Raut said Khan was arrested on the pretext of his involvement in drug trafficking and was imprisoned for eight months.

“Now the court has given him bail. The court said that herbal tobacco was found in Khan’s possession, not the drugs. Malik should file a complaint against BCN officials, ”Raut said in the article.

The Sena chief further said the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) was raiding the homes of former Maharashtra Interior Minister Anil Deshmukh instead of finding out the whereabouts of Param Bir Singh, the former Mumbai police commissioner who accused Deshmukh of corruption with the help of some police officers when he was state interior minister.

Raut also criticized recent raids by the income tax department against family members of NCP chief and Maharashtra deputy chief minister Ajit Pawar.

Details of the PM Cares fund are not being made public. It is said that this fund is not a government fund but a private fund. Funds worth several million rupees are being collected on behalf of the prime minister, ”said Raut.

US Navy Chief visits Western Naval Command headquarters and addresses Indian Navy officers

US Navy ADMIRAL MICHAEL Gilday and a high-level US delegation visited Western Naval Command headquarters in Mumbai on Friday and interacted with Vice Admiral R Hari Kumar, who heads Western Naval Command.

He discussed ways to strengthen the growing cooperation between the two nations and navies to address emerging challenges on the maritime front and enhance collaboration and interoperability to ensure maritime security in the Indian Ocean region, a indicated a press release from the Indian Navy.

Gilday has received a broad overview of the regional security dynamics and operational responses of Western Naval Command in recent times, particularly those related to the provision of humanitarian aid and relief to friendly foreign countries, countermeasures operations. piracy, improving maritime safety and security in the region and strengthening foreign cooperation with particular emphasis on Indo-American cooperation.

He was also briefed on the crucial role Indian warships played in Operation Samudra Setu II to bring home medical oxygen to alleviate shortages in the country and bolster its battle against Covid-19.

Gilday spoke to officers of Western Naval Command, Southern Naval Command and various Indian Navy training establishments via video conference on the “future of war”.

The head of the US Navy said: “Below us there were no dividing lines… no national borders or walls separating people. There was only the landscape… and the blue hue of the oceans that we are sitting on… So that struck me as I came here… how close and interconnected we are all today. Vast distances that once separated us are now strongly intertwined… and it is the “blue” that binds us all together. Indeed, our economies, our values ​​and our cultures are more attached than ever to the sea. Many of us in this room have seen it with our own eyes.

Telgi case investigation: Maharashtra files respond to Jaiswal’s plea against restrictions adopted 15 years ago

FIFTEEN years after the current director of the CBI, Subodh Jaiswal, approached the Bombay High Court against the restrictions imposed on him by a court in Pune in 2007, the government of Maharashtra for the first time filed a response to the Jaiswal’s petition last month, effectively reviving a case that had remained dormant.
In 2007, when Jaiswal approached the HC, the restrictions imposed on him in the investigation into the Abdul Karim Telgi case were suspended, and the case has remained there ever since.

Now, with the response from the government of Maharashtra, with the prayer that “the hearing be expedited”, the case could be resumed, for a decision on whether or not to remove the restrictions against Jaiswal.

Relations between Jaiswal and the Maharashtra government have been strained since he spoke out against the alleged lobbying for posts by IPS agents with then Home Secretary Anil Deshmukh. In December last year, Jaiswal, then DGP of Maharashtra, was appointed DG CISF and was subsequently appointed Director of CBI.

Recently, things got even worse when the CBI under his leadership summoned Maharashtra Chief Secretary Sitaram Kunte and DGP Sanjay Pandey. In turn, Mumbai Police summoned Jaiswal to appear before them as part of the FIR recorded in the data leakage case, where alleged tapes of calls from IPS officers lobbying for positions were reported. been disclosed.

It has now emerged that on September 27, the state government, through assistant IG (Law and Order) Mr. Ramkumar, filed an affidavit in the appeal filed by Jaiswal to remove restrictions on his against. The affidavit states: “I say that the petitioner has filed the above motion to strike out the remarks made in paragraphs 50 and 65 of the order of 26.06.2007 adopted by the special judge under MCOCA, Pune… It is further indicated that observations were also made by the Supreme Court in paragraphs n ° 61 and 80 while granting the release on bail to the intervener empty order of 27.04.2005… ”

“It is further contended that the Bombay High Court on August 13, 2007… ordered that until further notice, no adverse action shall be taken against the petitioners on the basis of the submissions which are challenged in this petition. “

“In these circumstances, the government of Maharashtra has taken no action on the said submissions, pending the decision of the High Hon’ble Court in the said case. It is also humbly prayed that the hearing of the above petition may be expedited in the interests of justice. “

Attorney Shyam Dewani, counsel for intervener RS ​​Sharma, a former Mumbai Police Commissioner who was arrested in the Telgi case and ultimately released, said: “The case had been dormant for years. Earlier this year, we brought to the attention of the court and the state that no response had been filed.

Last month, a response was finally filed on this matter.

The two paragraphs containing the restrictions of the 2007 Pune court order indicate that Jaiswal – who ran the SIT – had made no significant recovery of stamps or printing machines with which false stamp papers were used. were printed. He had failed to recover the cell phone of an agent with the help of which the latter had alerted other people of a police raid, the order said. He added that some arrests were not made by Jaiswal and those who apparently helped Telgi were called witnesses instead of being charged.

The question of the restrictions was raised in 2019 when a former ACP, Rajendra Trivedi, challenged Jaiswal’s selection as Maharashtra’s DGP on the grounds that the Bombay High Court was hearing a case about it.

Trivedi had alleged that Jaiswal had not appeared in court and that the state had not filed a response in this case.

Telgi, who died in a Bangalore prison in 2017, was arrested in 2001 and sentenced to 30 years in 2006 in one of the cases related to the multi-crore forged stamp paper. In 2018, he was acquitted in another case filed against him in the forged stamp paper case. Telgi was accused of printing false stamp papers in the government security press in Nashik and selling them at very low prices. Some cases are pending before the courts at the trial and appeal stage.

Shortly after the scam came to light, an SIT had been formed under the then DIG Jaiswal. Later, Mumbai Police Commissioner RS ​​Sharma was also placed under arrest a day after his retirement in December 2003, and was finally released in 2007. Eventually, the case was taken up by the CBI , who filed an indictment in 2005.

When asked why a response was filed in court after so many years, an official with the Maharashtra Interior Ministry said the commenter reminded them that no response had been filed on behalf of state in this matter.

Reached for comment, Jaiswal did not respond to The Indian Express.

Mumbai: Uttar Pradesh man detained for “extortion”

Malabar Hill Police recently arrested a 22-year-old Uttar Pradesh man for allegedly extorting a Mumbai trader using a transformed photograph of the latter’s sister.

Arrested defendant Arjun Rai was found in Prayagraj earlier this week and taken to Mumbai. The complainant had filed an FIR against an unknown person alleging that he had been extorted.

Earlier this year, the complainant received a WhatsApp message on his phone from an unknown number. The text read “Sex chat” and had a transformed photo of her sister who remains in another country.

Rai told the complainant that he had sources who informed him that his sister was a prostitute and that he would post transformed photos of her on social media platforms if he did not spit out Rs 2 lakh.

Rai initially asked for Rs 8,000 and the plaintiff ended up paying Rs 5,000 through online transactions to a given bank account. But Rai continued to demand more money, and the complainant decided to go to the police.

Based on technical evidence, Rai was arrested. He was convicted under Articles 354 (assault), 384 (extortion) and 385 (fear of extortion) of the IPC. Police suspect he is part of a larger gang.

Nawab Malik: In 3 cases, the NCB used a panch witness known to its agents

State Minister and NCP chief Nawab Malik continued his attacks on the NCB on Saturday, this time alleging that in three cases recorded by them, the NCB had used a panchic witness known to its agents. By law, a panch witness must be an independent witness who attests to seizures made at a crime scene.

Malik tweeted that a person identified as Fletcher Patel, who has been named as a panch witness in three cases, including the Rhea Chakraborty case, was known to NCB area director Sameer Wankhede. He also posted photographs of Fletcher with Wankhede and his sister Jasmine, a lawyer.

Malik displayed photographs of panchnama in three instances where Fletcher Patel’s name was mentioned as a panch witness. Malik asked if it was legal for someone known to an officer to be used as a panch witness.

Malik demanded that the BCN hold a press conference and clarify how a person known to the officer was used as a panch witness.

Although Wankhede did not respond to the allegations, an NCB official said Fletcher was linked to a group of military veterans in the town. “The photograph in which he is seen with Wankhede was an event organized by the military at the CST, where they vowed to eliminate the drug threat from the country,” the official said.

He added, “Patel respects the work that Wankhede does and is a rakhi brother of Wankhede’s sister, who is a lawyer. “

Malik had previously held press conferences where he said that two panch witnesses used by the BCN in the Cordelia drug trafficking case were known to Wankhede. While one had a criminal record, another was linked to BJP.

Malik had alleged in the past that Wankhede was working at the behest of the BJP to slander Bollywood. The BCN had fought back, alleging that since Malik’s son-in-law was arrested by the BCN earlier this year, after which he was behind bars for around six months, Malik had been trying to get back to the BCN.

BJP throws acid on state like rejected lover, says Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray

Maharashtra Chief Minister and Shiv Sena Leader Uddhav Thackeray said on Friday the BJP was behaving “like a rejected lover throwing acid on Maharashtra”, and called for a debate on Center-State relations .

He said the threat to Hindutva came from “neo-Hindus” who “used Hindutva to come to power but are now adopting the policy of division to rule over the British”.

Thackeray was speaking at the party’s annual rally in Dussehra.

“What are the rights of the Center and of the States? At the time of drafting the Constitution, questions were raised about the powers of the Center and the states, asking whether states should bow to the Center. Babasaheb Ambedkar had firmly affirmed that like the Center, States also have sovereign rights and will not have to bow to the Center. In three scenarios such as emergency, foreign affairs and invasion by foreign powers, the Center has the power to interfere in the affairs of state, ”Thackeray said.

“If the Center interferes in the functioning of the state, it will be unconstitutional. Let there be an open discussion on the federal structure of the country. I want the opinions of intellectuals and constitutional experts on this issue… But if the Constitution has given us sovereign rights as a Center, then the daily interference of the Center should not occur and cannot be tolerated. Now is the time for all states in the country to decide on this, ”added the head of Shiv Sena.

Thackeray added that Hindutva is threatened by “neo-Hindus”. “The threat to the Hindutva does not come from others but from ‘neo-Hindus’ … Those who have used the Hindutva ladder to gain power. They are now adopting the British divide and rule strategy to retain power and enjoy the fruits of power, ”he added.

He denounced the BJP, alleging that they defamed Maharashtra by showing that the drugs are only captured in Maharashtra. “A picture is painted that the drug trade is booming only in Maharashtra. This is not how drugs are captured only in Maharashtra. The court ordered the authorities to probe the port of Mundra where drugs worth millions of rupees were found. You just find a pinch of ganja while my police break drugs worth Rs 150 crore… You grab a celebrity and beat drums on it, click pictures, ”the CM said.

“As companies leave China, Maharashtra is trying to attract them and move the state forward. They (BJP) are trying to vilify Maharashtra by trafficking drugs and catching celebrities just because we told them no. They throw acid at us like abandoned lovers. What will you get by defaming Maharashtra? Thackeray asked.

Searching the BJP on recent statements by Defense Minister Rajnath Singh about Vinayak Damodar Savarkar, the Sena chief said the BJP failed to understand Savarkar and Gandhi both. “We are celebrating independence Amrut Mahotsav, but these people were not part of the independence movement. They have to tell us what they have done for the country. It is time to reflect on what we have lost and gained over these years, ”he added.

Referring to the statement by RSS leader Mohan Bhagwat that there is no dependence on power wherever Sangh refers to Hindu Rashtra, Thackeray said: Power. Who is going to fix this? Our government will end two years next month. Despite multiple efforts, they (BJP) failed to overthrow our government. Thus, they are now resorting to raids to repair our rulers. It cannot go on forever.

He called on the BJP not to hide behind central investigative agencies to target the opposition. “If you want to challenge us, do so if you have the courage and the courage. Don’t challenge us through ED, CBI, and income tax. To challenge us and then hide behind the police is a sign of helplessness, ”Thackeray said. “Power addiction is the worst where drug addicts destroy the lives and homes of the adversary. This dependence must be eradicated from the country.

Congratulating the people of West Bengal for defeating the BJP, Thackeray said: “You (Bengal) have the spirit not to bow and we will have to keep the same spirit.”

Stating that Maharashtra is viewed from a different perspective, Thackeray said, “They say democracy is strangled in Maharashtra, but does democracy flourish in UP? They call the same police that fought terrorists on 11/26 as the Mafia. What about the UP police?

Taking a look at former CM Devendra Fadnavis’ remark that he still feels like CM, Thackeray said,

“I should never feel like a CM. Not just me, but all the people of the state shouldn’t feel like I’m the CM. People should feel that I am a member of their family.

“If the BJP had honored the promise that was made to us and made Shiv Sainik a CM, perhaps I could have withdrawn from politics,” he added.

Chief Sena urged the Sainiks to regroup under the name of Marathi Manoos. “Not only Marathi Manoos, but we must also bring non-Marathis with us.”

Prior to Thackeray’s speech, a 13-minute presentation was broadcast highlighting various development work undertaken by the government during the pandemic and infrastructure development work undertaken and completed over the past five years.

Maharashtra Wildlife Board suggests removal of tigers from industrial areas

An 11-member technical study group formed by the State Board for Wildlife (SBWL) recommended the removal of tigers from Western Coalfields Ltd (WCL) and Chandrapur Super Thermal Power Station (CSTPS), where five to six tigers elected residence.

“These tigers should not be released into the wild. They should be transferred to zoos or tiger safaris. Tiger breeding should not be allowed in this area and operations should be carried out through active collaboration with CSTPS, WCL and other relevant industry authorities, ”SWBL recommended.

Over the past five years, at least six tigers have been documented as having made CSTPS their permanent home. Tigers have been observed to be constantly present and breed in these areas, resulting in a high number of interactions and sightings between humans and tigers.

No less than 10,000 people – employees and their families – work and reside in the power plant area. The CSTPS is connected to the Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve (TATR) by a corridor of coal mines covered with a thick layer of Prosopis plant species and providing a hiding place for tigers. The area also provides a prey base — cattle and wild boar — a thick cover of trees and a nullah that suffices for the basic needs of the tiger population.

Chandrapur District is home to over 200 individual tigers, a significant portion of which inhabit areas outside protected areas (forests) in human-dominated landscapes in the territorial forest divisions of Bramhapuri, Chandrapur and Central Chanda.

The proximity between tigers and humans has led Chandrapur District to become a virtual hotspot for human-tiger conflict in the country. The 11-member committee was formed at the 15th SBWL meeting held on August 7, 2020 to suggest plans to reduce human-tiger conflict in the district.

The committee’s suggestions were approved at the SBWL meeting on Tuesday.

TATR’s tiger population has also been spotted in power plant areas earlier. However, over the past five to six years, these areas have become habitat for a few due to shrinking forest cover, experts said.

The committee also recommended the preparation of a separate wildlife management plan for the Gadchiroli forests to improve wildlife habitat and increase prey populations. The committee noted: “Currently, naturally dispersing tigers are unable to settle in this region despite the presence of good forest cover.”

The report broadly divides the tiger areas in Chandrapur district into four areas and suggests separate measures for each area for management purposes. Zone I includes contiguous forest plots with an area of ​​coexistence, eco-development and wildlife management. Zone II was classified as degraded and smaller forest patches for safe passage for non-breeding tigers and no habitat enrichment. Zone III includes small plots interspersed with villages where the density of tigers is low. Zone IV includes areas such as WCL and CSTPS where the presence of tigers should be discouraged.

The committee also suggested the transfer of custody on a case-by-case basis. Such as where young tigers that disperse in small patches of forest spread through villages, and where tiger density and human-tiger interactions are low but crop depredation is high, they can be relocated into the forest. landscape of central India or other sites fit for tigers and be radio collared.

The committee suggested initiating the process of conservation transfer of a few breeding females from marginal areas of Chandrapur district to potential habitats. Senior Forest (Wildlife) Curator Sunil Limaye confirmed that these tigers will not be transferred to Sahyadri and will only be transferred to the similar / central Indian landscape.

A total of 9,442 conflict incidents were reported from 2005 to March 2020 in the Vidarbha region. Of these, human-tiger conflict incidents accounted for about 58 percent of the total incidents.

Incidents in Vidarbha peaked between 2015 and 2018. The total number of attacks on humans caused by tigers (232) also peaked between 2017 and 2019.

The panel recommended increasing compensation and said a deposit of Rs 25,000 should be paid to the family in the event of serious injury from the attack. Compensation for permanent disability should be increased to Rs 7.5 lakh and should be proportional to 50 percent of the amount of human death. At present it is Rs 5 lakh.

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BMC: No proposal to widen main road at Aarey Milk Colony

AFTER OPPOSITION from environmentalists, who are against widening the main road at Aarey Milk Colony, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) said on Wednesday that there was no proposal to widen the section.

The statement released by the civic body said: “The scope of work includes improving the existing road to the available width of cement concrete. There is no proposal to widen the existing asphalt road.

The main road to Aarey is an asphalt road 8 km long and 7 meters wide (with two lanes).

The statement further reads: “During the improvement of the road, all necessary precautions will be taken to protect the existing trees and the nearby forest of Aarey. The necessary mitigation measures will be taken in accordance with the directives of the Chief Conservator of Forests.

Environmentalists argue that such expansion and improvement in infrastructure can be environmentally damaging to the region.

The Aarey main road connects the Western Express Highway to the P / South (Goregaon West), K / East (Andheri East) and S (Powai-Bhandup) districts.

In a letter to BMC, Zoru Bathena, an environmentalist said: “It seems that by widening the existing road,

BMC intends to allow more vehicles to use this road in violation of the provisions of the ESZ notification, which states that traffic must be regulated (controlled) in these ESZ areas. It should not be used as some kind of traffic shortcut.