By Salona Mittal and Priyesh Srivastava At the cost of repetition, it must be acknowledged that the spread of COVID-19 has savaged the world and has practically brought it to a stand-still. This unprecedented global pandemic has challenged not only the society at large, but also the organs of the State. In a recent note […]
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Jamshedpur, Sept 19: A Basti Vikas Samiti (BVS) delegation led by its president Khemlal Chowdhary met JNAC Special Officer Krishna Kumar and handed a charter of demands that included glitch free roads, ban on sale of plastic, order to builders to install water harvesting systems in all new constructions, government offices and factory buildings, spraying of pesticides and deploying fogging schedules to prevent dengue, malaria and other viral infections in residential areas. The delegation also pointed out that right from the Sakchi roundabout to RD Tata bend along the Kalimati Road, traffic conditions had become a bane due to almost regular congestion due to parking of vehicles beyond the footpaths. They claimed that this was an illegal practice that must be immediately put an end to.
The BVS delegation led by Khemlal Chowdhary included Kamlesh Singh, Ajay Singh, Manjit Singh, Dinesh Singh, Jitendra Mishra, Sushant Panda, Hare Ram Yadav, Manoj Bajpayee, Bhanu Prakash, Kameshwar Sahu, Sonu Goswami, Monty Agrawal and others.