Delhi News Covid-19, Delhi Heat Wave, Jahangirpur Demolition Supreme Court Hearing, Delhi Latest News
The North MCD, which was exceptionally quick to carry out the demolition campaign in Jahangirpuri on Wednesday, has the highest expectation among all civic and government agencies in Delhi when it comes to acting against encroachment and the unauthorized construction. According to data from the special task force set up to eliminate encroachment and unauthorized construction in the capital, 3,903 complaints are pending with the MCD du Nord since the establishment of the STF in 2018 until April 15, 2022. In contrast, the Southern MCD has 1,097 pending complaints. , East has 594, DDA has 1,186 and the Revenue Department has 266.
Data through April 18 also shows the North MCD has 1,772 complaints pending for a month. During the same period, 459 complaints were pending with the Southern MCD, 331 with the EDMC and 134 with the DDA.
The Law Enforcement Directorate on Thursday carried out searches in Delhi and Gurugram at several premises associated with Jindal Steel and Power Ltd (JSPL) in connection with an exchange violation case. “This is an ongoing investigation in which JSPL made overseas remittances in violation of RBI guidelines and therefore in breach of the Foreign Exchange Management Act,” an official said. Ed.
Navin Jindal, an industrialist and Congress leader from Haryana, was arrested by the CBI in a coal block allocation case in 2013. He was charged in two separate coal block cases in 2016 and 2017. The ED, which has opened a money laundering investigation against him, has also filed an indictment in the case. A Delhi court made charges against Jindal in one of the cases.
Children’s rights commissions in Delhi, Rajasthan, West Bengal, Punjab and Chandigarh have opposed an amendment to the Juvenile Justice Act that made certain crimes against minors unrecognizable, we learn . They recommended in a joint letter to the Center that the law be considered in Parliament for further amendment and that its effective date not be notified.
The Juvenile Justice Act 2015 was amended in 2021. Among the amendments to the 2015 Act was one to section 86(2) which stated “Where an offense under this law is punishable by imprisonment for three years or more, but not more. more than seven years, then such an offense shall be prosecutable, subject to bail and may be tried by a first class magistrate. »