`Mah firm to run its writ in 14 villages bordering Telangana`

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FOR THE
READERS IN
NAGPUR
TUESDAY, MAY 5, 2015
‘Mah firm to run its writ in 14
villages bordering Telangana’
FIRST
COLUMN
Maharashtra would
seek help of Union
Home Minister
Rajnath Singh to
resolve the matter
■ Staff Reporter
■ Legal Correspondent
IN RESPONSE to the writ
petition filed by a Social
activist from Yavatmal Jaysingh Chouwhan and
businessman, Kishore Patil,
against work order of
January 12, 2015, issued by
the Executive Engineer,
PWD, Yavatmal to M/s
Bajoria Construction
Company for conversion of
an open ground, Azad
Maidan into a commercial
hub of estimated value of
Rs 175 lakhs in the garb of
improving the said public
maidan, Justice Bhushan
Dharmadhikari and Justice
S B Shukre, at the High
Court here, have issued
notice to the respondents
to show cause by June 15
next in reply to the petition, subject to the petitioners depositing Rs
50,000 with the HC Registry
here. It has been intimated
to the Court that due to
protests by the public at
large, the Exe. Engineer,
State PWD, through his letter of April 1, 2015,directed
the Contractor to stop the
construction immediately.
Similar instruction was
issued by the Guardian
Minister. but despite these
directives the contractor is
continuing more hastily
with the construction.
According to the petitioners, the impugned
activity of the contractor
on the ‘Maidan’ is against
public interest and is
required to be stopped.
They have prayed for
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WEATHER
TEMPERATURE
MAX.
MIN.
Celsius
Dep from normal
40.5
-01
20.2
-06
Fahrenheit
104.9
68.4
Relative humidity
83%
35%
Sunset on Tuesday
1840 hrs
Sunrise on Wednesday
0540 hrs
MoS Ram Shinde making his point about countering Naxal menace
at the press conference on Monday. He is flanked by Joint
Commissioner of Police Anup Kumar Singh and Special Inspector
General of Police Ravindra Kadam.
(Pic by Satish Raut)
Martyr status
to 90 police
personnel
‘Light weight bullet
proof jackets for
all jawans’
■ District Correspondent
GADCHIROLI, May 4
SHINDE also disclosed that
Government has decided to
accord status of martyrs to 90
police personnel killed in the
naxal attacks. These cases of
martyrdom date back to pre2005 and due to some technical issues the decisions on
them were delayed.
Joint Commissioner of
Police Anup Kumar Singh, Spl.
Inspector General of Police,
Nagpur Range, Ravindra
Kadam, were also present during the press conference.
MAHARASHTRA Government
has decided to procure light
weight bullet proof jackets
made of polymers and jawans
in Naxal infested Gadchiroli
district would get it soon.
Disclosing this at a news conference in Gadchiroli on
Monday, Minister of State for
Home Ram Shinde said current jackets weigh seven kgs
and on long distance patrol it
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■ By Ramesh Marulkar
RAINS accompanied by strong
winds, lightenings and cloudy
weather marred the waterhole
census on the first day in almost
all the tiger reserves, national
parks and wildlife sanctuaries in
Vidarbha on Monday.
The enthusiastic wildlife lovers
coming from different places in
Maharashtra like Mumbai and
Pune along with forestmen sitting on ‘machaans’ (wooden platforms on trees) and permanent
towers were disappointed due to
inconvenience caused by the
unfavourable climatic conditions
in the park. The two-day exercise
is taken up every year on Buddha
Purnima day in view of full moon
night with clearer visibility to sight
the wild animals for recording.
The census is organised considering scorching heat at this
time and concentration of
wildlife, including tigers, at different waterholes in jungle.
However, the cloudly weather and
vague sighting of the moon
showed no ray of hope that ultimately dampened the spirit of
A view of the wet road from Moharli to Tadoba. (Pic by Satish Raut)
the participants.
As for Tadoba-Andhari Tiger
Reserve (TATR), the climatic conditions were satisfactory till
evening but they suddenly
changed with dull sighting of the
moon. The participants and
forestmen on ‘machaans’ experienced light drizzles, creating
commotion. Many participants
climed down the wooden platforms when drizzles started and
curiously waiting for vehicles of
Forest Department to pick up
them around 8.30 pm, informed
Dr Arun Chaturvedi, Principal
Scientist, National Bureau of Soil
Survey and Land Use Planning
and a wildlife buff, who was present in the park.
When contacted, C S Reddy,
Assistant Conservator of Forest ,
TATR, who is overall In-charge of
the census, informed that drizzles turned into rains at 9.15 pm
that created problems. S V Shinde,
Range Forest Officer, Moharli,
swung into action and prepared
four rescue teams of forestmen
and arranged for vehicles to carry enumerators to safer places
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Cops net Russian girl in sex racket
■ Staff Reporter
CRIME Branch sleuths attached
to Social Security Wing on
Monday busted a sex racket and
rescued two girls, including a
Russian national, who were
allegedly dragged into flesh trade
by pimps. Cops arrested one
Rajesh Ramesh Ikhar (24) for running a brothel at a duplex house
at C/100, Rai Town II in MIDC
area.
The 28-year-old Russian girl,
who claims to be a student of
Hotel Management, was staying
in Mumbai since 2010. Another
25-year-old girl rescued by cops
is a native of Mumbai.
A resident of Shanti Nagar,
accused Rajesh Ikhar was an
autorickshaw driver. He came in
contact with one Rajan Kumar of
Mumbai. Rajan Kumar is considered to be one of the top pimps
in flesh trade. He operates the
racket from Mumbai through
internet and cellphones.
A couple of months ago, Rajesh
Ikhar took the house of one Chafle
at Rai Town II on rent for running
the brothel. He was paying Rs
9000 per month to Chafle.
Cops got information that
Rajesh was running the sex racket at the house. Top businessmen
of the city were visiting the house
since Saturday. After confirming
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Now, ‘Smart Villages’ on the cards Field officers facing problems
Global Biotech
Forum and North
Maharashtra
University, Jalgaon,
have planned to
develop five remote
tribal villages as
‘Smart Villages’
■ By Ajay Mardikar
ON THE lines of Smart City plan
of the Government, Global
Biotech Forum and North
Maharashtra University, Jalgaon
have planned to develop five
remote tribal villages as ‘Smart
Villages’.
These villages, under the jurisdiction of the University, will be
developed on scientific basis by
the University and its sub-centre
tribal dominated Amalner and
tribal Study centre at Nandurbar.
Vice-Chancellor of North
Maharashtra University Dr Sudhir
Meshram disclosed this plan to
The Hitavada, during his visit to
the city.
The proposal has been cleared
by the Senate of the University,
although the Sub-centre at
Amalner has already started
research and extension work in
Satish Raut
Plea against hasty
construction in
Yavatmal:
HC’s notice
THE system of having two village
heads in one place, one of
Maharashtra and other of
Telangana, is unacceptable and
unconstitutional. Stating this
Minister of State for Home (Rural)
Ram Shinde here on Monday said
steps would be taken to ensure
rule of Maharashtra Government
is enforced in 14 villages in
Chandrapur districts bordering
Telangana where such system
exists. Even Supreme Court award
is in favour of Maharashtra and
it’s time to implement it.
Addressing a press conference
here on Monday, the Minister
said he visited some of these villages today and would brief Chief
Minister Devendra Fadnavis. Also
a meeting would be convened at
Mumbai to sort out the matter
soon.
A meeting would be held with
Chief Minister of Telangana,
Shedding light on the issue,
Shinde said the matter was raised
by
Member of Legislative
Assembly
(MLA)
from
Chandrapur district, Sanjay
Deotale, and added that if
required
Maharashtra
Government would seek intervention of Union Home Minister
Rajnath Singh in the matter.
Rains mar waterhole census in Vid
Dr Sudhir Meshram
the region. The ambitious project will be managed through various level committees which will
have Sarpanch of the village,
renowned social reformers from
the region, scientists from the
Sub-centre or other places, journalist with missionary zeal, legal
expert etc.
The University (NMU) has procured a big van mounted with all
modern equipment for generating awareness among villagers.
The van is being taken to remote
areas to inform villagers about use
of scientific knowledge for their
development. A piece of land
admeasuring 25 acre has been
donated to for Amalner Centre
called Pratap Philosophy Centre.
The Maharashtra Government
has sanctioned land for Tribal
Research Centre at Nandurbar.
NMU, in its budget has made
provision of Rs 20 lakh for this
Centre, Dr Meshram informed.
Major emphasis has been laid
on extension programmes which
are conducted in villages on a
regular basis. Dr Meshram is also
in touch with the government
agencies for development of
physical infrastructure in these
villages. Various government
schemes will also be used for
development of the villages. The
schemes will reach the remote villages, where the government
machinery has not been able to
take them.
Dr Meshram is of the opinion
that only knowledge and not
wealth will help in making better future society. A large number of first generation learners
from these villages are taking keen
interest in the programmes. The
scientific literature is translated
into Marathi and researchers have
been advised to inform the villagers about scientific developments in their (villagers) language.
Olympic on his mind, he pedals past Asthma
■ By Vikas Vaidya
ment, he overcame the
handicap and completed
his ardous routine of 150
KARAN Atram used to do cycling
kms cycling on highways
for 150 kms daily. It is his passion
criss-crossing valley. Now
which he inherited from his father.
his next mission is to
His practice was suddenly halted
secure berth in Olympics.
one and half years ago after he was
He wants to be a successhit by respiratory problems. He
ful Olympian.
approached Dr Rajesh Swarnakar,
“I became asthma
well-known Chest Physician of
patient one and half years
Nagpur who found that Karan is
ago while my younger
suffering from Asthma. His brothbrother Kanishka is sufer Kanishka, too, is an asthma
fering since birth. But
patient. Impressed by passion for
inspired by our father
cycling, Dr Swarnakar advised
Deepak Atram, we have
Karan not to stop cycling and he
become passionate about
decided to continue with his
cycling. We both start at
regime. But, the asthma started
5.30 in the morning and
taking toll of his health and Karan
(L) Karan and (R) Kanishka Atram.
complete our cycle jourfound it difficult to peddle even
ney of 150 kms by 9.30 am”
for 15 kms. Kanishka used to help
ORLD ASTHMA DAY TODAY said Karan. Both are sufferhim. This routine continued for next
ing from Asthma. But that did
15 days while he was on medicines.
On day 16, he felt energetic and once again with vigour not deter them from undertaking such an energy con(Contd on page 2)
was back into action. With sheer grit and proper treat- suming exercise.
W
in deforestation of zudpi jungle
■ High-level meeting on
May 12 to discuss the
issue at Van Bhavan
■ By Kartik Lokhande
FOLLOWING the annoucement
of the previous Government that
thousands of hectares of zudpi
jungle land would be freed for
development, people in Vidarbha
region were very happy. They were
left disappointed on learning that
the zudpi jungle to be ‘freed for
development’ was only fragmented stretches not useful for
forest management. Now, there
is one more disappointment for
people of Vidarbha -- Field
Officers are facing problems while
dealing with the problems pertaining to even this zudpi jungle
land.
Field officers of Revenue
Department
and
Forest
Department both are facing problems while deciding the proposals for deforestation of identified
fragmented zudpi jungle land.
“The biggest problem is that the
field-level officers are expected
to prepare GPS maps of the identified sites and then ensure that
they are superimposed on the
topo-sheets, so that the portion
of zudpi jungle under encroachment or farming use could be
identified exactly,” said an
official.
The officials sent to prepare
GPS maps at different sites are
facing another problem. Each of
the GPS devices they handle can
store only up to 10 maps. As a
result, if an official from Nagpur
leaves for a spot to prepare GPS
map for a fragmented piece of
zudpi jungle land, he has to come
back to Nagpur once he has got
10 maps. For remaining work pertaining to the same piece of land,
he has to visit the place again. At
some places, there exists a zudpi jungle stretch of 3 acres
between two farm-lands on prevailing maps. However, presently on ground owners of both the
adjacent farm-lands have covered some part of this zudpi jungle land, leaving less than 3 acres
of zudpi jungle land. “In such a
situation, how could we finalise
the proposals received?” wondered a field-level officer.
Some time ago, with the initiative of Anoop Kumar,
Divisional Commissioner, a workshop was organised for officers
dealing with the subject, to
enlighten them with procedures
for deforestation of fragmented
zudpi jungle land. Later on, fieldlevel officers started the work of
preparing proposals. But, as they
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