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GDA demolishes illegal buildings in Balaji Enclave


In continuation of its drive against illegal constructions Ghaziabad Development Authority (GDA) today demolished one building on plot no E-37, Sadarpur Road; a 2-storey residential building at Balaji Enclave being built by one Virendra Pradhan and one more 2-storey building at Balaji Enclave built by one Satendra Fauji. All these buildings were razed to the ground in presence of police force from Kavi Nagar police station.

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Noida builder held for duping buyer of Rs 1.42 cr


Two persons who were duped by a builder who sold a flat 4 times successively came on record to point out that the police had arrested the builder for fraud. Shikhar Kapoor, a resident of Noida and PC Sansi, a resident of Delhi bought flats at Antriskh Golf View, Sec 78, Noida in 2013 after paying the full amount of Rs. 1.42 cr. 

However, Kapoor pointed out, “Later we were shocked to know that our same flats have been sold to 4 other different people. We thought our entire life saving has been has finished.” After this these persons filed an FIR against the builder.  

According to Kapoor, as a result of their complaint, Raushan Prakash, (Director of Vyom Infrastructures and Projects Pvt Ltd) was arrested by IO Inspector Ajay Kumar of Sec 49 Police Station and was produced in the Magistrate Court; after which he was sent to jail.

Kapoor informed that Raushan Prakash is also director of various companies like Geotech Promoters Pvt Ltd, Nutech LaPlacia Pvt Ltd, Soho Housing Pvt. Ltd, Newtech Residency Pvt Ltd, Rosa Infratech Pvt Ltd, Newtech Residentia Pvt Ltd.


Professionals partake in 100-km-run for world record


A very special run of 100 kms during this pandemic time, which was virtually organized by The Flag Runners Bhatinda to attempt a world record. Group captain Vimal Pal threw this challenge to all the members, 6 guys from CRC (Crossings Runners Club) accepted the challenge and completed the task in less than 75% of cut off time. These 6 guys called themselves “Saturday Strugglers” as they had been toiling hard for the last 4 months and especially on Saturdays. This 100-km-run result was a 100% success with their discipline, dedication, and immaculate training plan. 

A brief intro of team members is as follows:
Anurag Sharma: Veteran Runner and cyclist, Founder of Kliento Technologies completed his 100 KMs in 11H24M.
Rabinder Singh (Rabbi): A retired decorated Navy officer, now a Banker completed his 100KMs in 11H32M
Ranjan Swain: An entrepreneur and known face in Delhi NCR textile industry completed his 100 kms in 11H37 M
Prashant Shukla: A Project Manager in UK-based MNC completed is 100K in 12H11Ms
Gaurav Lamba: Undoubtedly fastest runner of Crossing Republik, an IT professional completed his 100K in 13H05M
Himanshu Sharma: Strongest from the heart and a sales manager in a leading travel company completed his 100 K in 14H21 Ms
The event was well managed by Crossing Runners Club other runners also Gr. Noida Cycling Club and Crossings Cycling Club also joined hands to make the event successful.


GDA team demolishes illegal construction along Hapur Rd.


GHAZIABAD: A team of Ghaziabad Development Authority (GDA) today carried out demolition of illegal constructions at Indragarhi on Hapur Road (near railway line, Dasna Flyover). The illegal constructions were spread over 600 sq yards that was a multi-storey building. The GDA team demolished ground, first, second and third floor.


Govt.’s focus on making India an automobile manufacturing hub in next 5 yrs: Nitin Gadkari


Nitin Gadkari, Minister of Road Transport and Highways & MSME, today said that Government aims at creating core global competencies in India by facilitating seamless integration of the automotive industry with the world. Government is trying to create an ecosystem to accelerate the uptake of electric vehicles in the country. Addressing a virtual conference ‘9th Edition of Auto Serve 2020‘Electric Mobility Conference 2020-Seizing Opportunities in New Normal, Gadkari asked the auto industry to come together to work jointly towards achieving broader national agenda of reducing pollution.

 He elaborated a number of steps that Government has taken to promote electric vehicles which include reduction in GST to 5%, allowing delinking of battery cost of 2-3 swheelers from vehicle cost as it accounts for nearly 30% of the cost etc. Battery charging ecosystem is very important, as such he said Government is planning set up  at least one electric vehicle charging kiosk at around 69 thousand Petrol Pumpsacross the country to induce people to go for electric mobility.

Gadkari also said, “Government is also working towards making India a global automobile manufacturing hub in next five years.’ This is my dream, he stressed. This will also contribute in fulfilling the Prime Minister’s vision of Atmanirbhar Bharat.

He stressed that India is poised to become global automobile manufacturing hub in next 5 years. This, he felt, is possible as our auto industry has made significant strides in terms of development of different designs and models, robust R&D, huge market, stable government frame-work and bright & young engineering minds. He added India already is the largest manufacturer of two-wheelers in the world.

Considering the huge potential of the sector Government has earmarked over Rs 51,000 crore for this sector under Production Linked Incentive (PLI), the highest amongst the 10 champion sectors. He also stated that there is a huge requirement of about 25 million skilled jobs in the automobile sector in near future. This very significant as this industry is going to create maximum jobs and growth, he added.

Gadkari further called upon the automobile industry to push for manufacturing flex engines which has versatility to use petrol or ethanol/CNG as fuels. He stressed that the Indian auto industry need to follow the example of Brazil and US Auto sectors in this regard. He exuded confidence that our industry would utilise the opportunity being thrown up by the alternative and less polluting fuels like CNG, hydrogen, electricity.

Gadkari also said that the government is working towards making e-Highway on Delhi and Mumbai Expressway. He added that auto sector should look at making different variants including double decker busses to cater to the market needs.

Source: PIB

G’bad: Ganga water supply date revised again; supply starts in Kaushambi, claims GNN

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Residents of trans-Hindon colonies after missing the date with Ganga water supply on Nov. 21 can expect to get it now by Nov. 23, as per JE Somendra Tomar of Ghaziabad Nagar Nigam (GNN). According to the JE, there was some hiccups in line shifting being carried out near Indirapuram by the Jal Nigam however Kaushambi started getting Ganga water today. He said that from tomorrow Vasundhara, Vaishali and other areas will start getting their usual quota of Ganga water supply.

He also explained that Ganga water supply was managed by other departments and Nagar Nigam’s role is only limited to its distribution.

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PM lays foundation of rural drinking water supply projects in UP’s Vindhyachal


Prime Minister Narendra Modi laid the foundation stone of rural drinking water supply projects in Mirzapur and Sonbhadra districts of Vindhyachal region of Uttar Pradesh today via video conference. The Prime Minister also interacted with Village Water and Sanitation Committee/ Paani Samiti Members during the event. Union Jal Shakti Minister, Gajendra Singh Shekhawat, Governor Uttar Pradesh, Anandiben Patel and Chief Minister Uttar Pradesh, Yogi Adityanath were present on the occasion.

The projects, for which the foundation stones were laid by the Prime Minister today will provide household tap water connections in all rural households of 2,995 villages and will benefit about 42 lakh population of these districts. Village Water and Sanitation Committees/ Paani Samiti have been constituted in all these villages, who will shoulder the responsibility of operation and maintenance. The total estimated cost of the projects is Rs 5,555.38 crore. The projects are planned to be completed in 24 months.

Speaking on the occasion, the Prime Minister said during the last one and half years from the start of Jal Jeevan Mission more than 2.60 cr families have been provided piped drinking water connection to their homes including lakhs of families in Uttar Pradesh as well. He added under the Jal Jeevan Mission, the life of our mothers and sisters is getting easier due to easy water access at the comfort of their homes. He said a major benefit of this has also been reduction of many diseases like cholera, typhoid, encephalitis caused by dirty water of the poor families. The Prime Minister lamented that despite having a lot of resources, Vindhyachal or Bundelkhand regions became regions of deficiencies. He added, in spite of having several rivers, these regions were known as the most thirsty & drought-affected regions and forced many people to migrate from here. He said now water scarcity and irrigation issues will be resolved by these projects and it signifies rapid development.

The Prime Minister remarked when piped water reaches thousands of villages in Vindhyanchal the health of children of this region would be improved and their physical and mental development will be better. He said when one gets freedom to take decisions and work on those decisions for the development of your village, it increases the confidence of everyone in the village. He added that self-reliant India gets strength from self-reliant villages.

The Prime Minister complimented the Uttar Pradesh Government for providing a responsive governance during the time of pandemic and keeping the pace of reforms going. Modi outlined the development works in the region. He pointed to provision of LPG cylinder, electricity supply, Solar plant at Mirzapur, completion of irrigation projects and solar projects on uncultivable land to provide steady extra income to the farmers.

Referring to the Swamitva Scheme, the Prime Minister informed that verified ownership deeds for residential and land properties are being delivered to the owners leading to stability and certainty of titles. This is leading to an assurance against unlawful encroachment of the property of the poor segment of society and improving the possibility of using the property as collateral for credit.

Speaking about the efforts for the upliftment of the tribal population of the region, Modi said that schemes are reaching the tribal regions under special projects. Hundreds of Eklavya Model schools are operating in such regions, including in Uttar Pradesh. The aim is to provide this facility to every tribal majority block. Projects based on forest-based products are also being implemented.  The District Mineral Fund has been established so that there is no dearth of funds for tribal regions and thinking behind such a scheme is that a part of resources generated from such areas are invested locally. In Uttar Pradesh, 800 crore rupees have been collected under the fund and more than 6,000 projects have been sanctioned.

The Prime Minister urged the people to remain alert against corona as the danger still lingers and asked the people to maintain basic precautions with great sincerity.

Source: PIB

GDA demolishes illegal structures in Sudamapuri


GHAZIABAD: Taking action against illegal constructions a team of Ghaziabad Development Authority today demolished the ground floor and first floors of a building spread over an area of about 150 sq mts in Sudamapuri’s Krishna Vatika. Another building of same dimensions was partially demolished too.


G’bad: Street vendors encroaching on roadsides in Vasundhara not under purview of police, says Jansunwai reply

Encroachment by vendors in Vasundhara Sec 16 resulting in traffic bottlenecks

The local Chowki Incharge of an outpost in Vasundhara—under Indirapuram police station supposes that removing encroachers—in this case numerous street vendors who have captured the roadsides, are not within the purview of police duty, according to his reply on the online IGRS portal.

A complaint on the Jansunwai portal with complaint no 40014020033731 (online complaint portal of UP Govt.) was made by this journalist about street vendors having taken over the roadsides resulting in traffic jams in Vasundhara Sectors 15, 16 and 17. However, in his reply the SI of Prahladgarhi outpost has stated that the action has to be taken by the Ghaziabad Nagar Nigam (GNN). He has submitted his reply to the SSP and it has been uploaded on the Jansunwai portal also. In other words the SI has put the onus of removing the street side encroachers solely on the Ghaziabad Nagar Nigam.

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Gurugram DGGI arrests 2 for input tax credit fraud of Rs 25 crore


The Gurugram Zonal Unit of Directorate General of GST Intelligence has arrested two persons namely Naresh Mittal and Chhedi Lal Mittal, both cousins and having their firms at Naya Bazar, Delhi – 06. Both are residents of Bahadurgarh, Haryana.

An investigation was already undergoing in respect of fake invoices received without goods by one firm (name withheld, hereinafter Firm X) situated in the area of Sadar Bazar, Delhi – 06 from 22 suspicious firms. Visits had been conducted at the registered addresses of these firms, which were not found in existence at the given addresses. In some cases, the firms were shown registered at vacant plots and on residences of unsuspecting people who denied having opened any firm at their respective addresses. In some cases, fabricated electricity bills, fake rent agreements were uploaded on the GST portal for obtaining registration. Even bank account details declared in the GST registration were either found non existing or in other persons’ names. Summons served to the proprietors at their respective declared addresses returned undelivered with postal remarks “does not exist”, “incomplete address”, “not found” etc.

Statement of the proprietor of ‘Firm X’ was also recorded earlier, wherein he claimed to have made payments for the purchases through RTGS and promised to submit details within two days. However, he could not submit any details thereafter. Investigations were therefore, further carried on by checking bank payment details which unearthed that while in the narration of the transfer entry, vendor firms’ names were appearing, but the crediting accounts were in the names of a different person/firm.

One such firm was M/s Prag Enterprises situated at Naya Bazar Delhi. Banking transactions revealed that this firm was receiving huge amounts through RTGS/ Online Transfer from M/s Super Tech, M/s TulsiyanImpex and other firms. Search conducted at the business premises at this firm revealed that another firm namely M/s P C Traders was also receiving huge money through RTGS/Online from these firms and some other firms. During interrogation, both the cousins accepted their fault and stated that they were receiving these amounts and converted the same into “CASH” through “angadias”. Upon receiving ‘CASH’ from specified ‘angadias’, they returned it to the respective firms including the ‘Firm X’ after deducting their “Commission”. During interrogation Mr. ChhediLal Mittal also stated that he has created four fake firms in the names of other persons and had supplied fake bills without goods in exchange of 4-5% commission. He also stated that when he came to know of the ongoing investigation in respect of the ‘Firm X’, he closed the old firms and opened new ones and continued giving fake bills.

The said four firms have availed a fake credit of Rs. 26.06 crore. and have passed on fake credit of Rs. 25 crore On the basis of the investigation and acceptance of truth by the cousins, they were arrested on 19.11.2020 and produced before a Magistrate, who sent them to Tihar Jail for 14 days’ Judicial Custody. Further investigation is under way.

Source: PIB

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