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November-2017 News & Updates from the City of Ulhasnagar/Sindhunagar, Maharashtra, India. Ulhasnagar City News indexed across timeline for easy retrieval.

2017-11-18Kalyan session court acquitted Pappu Kalani and six other in Ghanashyam Bhatija murder case - Times of India
Kalyan session court acquitted Pappu Kalani and six other in Ghanashyam Bhatija murder caseKalyan session court acquitted Pappu Kalani and six other in Ghanashyam Bhatija murder casePradeep Gupta | TNN | Nov 18, 2017, 21:00 IST KALYAN: After around 27 years, the Kalyan session court on Saturday acquitted all seven accused including former four time MLA Suresh alias Pappu Kalani in Ghanshyam Bhatija murder case. Kalani and four others have already been convicted and awarded life sentence in the murder case of Ghanshyam's younger brother Inder Bhatija. Kalyan session court judge D S Hathrote on Saturday during hearing acquitted all seven accused in case including Kalani on basis of lack of evidence against them. The other six accused who are acquitted in case are Dr Narendra Ramsinghani, Kishor Garikapatti, Baba Gabriel, Bachie Pandey, Harshad Shaikh and Richard Fernandes. While Ghanshyam (35) was shot dead on February 27, 1990, his younger brother Inder (30) was gunned down two months later (April 28). Both the murders had taken place in Ulhasnagar. During hearing on Saturday, senior advocate Harshad Ponda and Bhojraj Jeswani was arguing for Kalani and other accused in the case during which judgment was given by Hathrote. Kalani who is serving a lifetime in jail is currently on parole for 17 days since November 10 to attend his daughter's wedding. On Saturday, Kalani was also present before court. Bhatijas were relatives of Kalani, but the political rivalry between the families led to their murder. As per the case history, the Bhatija brothers, while working for a BJP candidate during the 1990 Assembly polls, had caught the workers of Kalani, who was contesting the election on a Congress ticket, indulging in bogus voting on the day of polling on February 27. When the Bhatija brothers objected to it, Kalani threatened them and after the polling, under instructions from him three other convicts fired at Bhatija brothers, in which Ghanshyam died. Although Inder managed to escape, he was shot dead two months later. Around 23 years after the incident, on December 3, 2013, a sessions court in Kalyan had convicted Kalani and three others-- Baba Gabriel, Bacchi Pande and Arshad Mohammed Tahir -- in the Inder Bhatija murder case and sentenced all of them to life imprisonment. Get latest news & live updates on the go on your pc with News App. Download The Times of India news app for your device.RELATED From around the web Watch Simran. Get yearly membership @ ₹999Prime VideoReverse diabetes with this 1 simple trick.Fit Mom DailyOvercome infertility with the right guidanceParents Of FertilityMore from The Times of India Bengaluru hosts Tripura cultural festivalNot happy with ‘Padmavati’ response,Shahid fires his PR teamNew York City beauty queen works is sanitation worker From the WebMore From The Times of India Mysskin's film, Thupparivaalan, is now onlinePrime VideoThe Mediterranean awaits you at Sobha Casa ParadisoSobhaTDSPro to manage your TDS quarterly returnsSinewaveHomes set amidst 6 acres of prime property, starting @49 LVriksha By ProvidentLegacy Vivienda in Bangalore from Rs.36.3 LLegacy Global ProjectsAfter Delhi, now Bengaluru may implement odd-even schemeNGT pulls up Delhi government over odd-even review pleaCheck out Neha Pendse's 'Pole' danceKarnataka MLA caught dancing in party, faces flakMallya to be lodged in Mumbai’s Arthur Road prison more from times of india CitiesMumbai BlastsMumbai RainsBangalore RainsDelhi EarthquakeChennai RainsDelhi SmogDelhi PollutionMumbai FloodsHindi newsViewcomments
Kalyan session court acquitted Pappu Kalani and six other in Ghanashyam Bhatija murder case - Times of India
2017-11-17Ulhasnagar civic chief Rajendra Nimbalkar booked for abusing corporator - Mid-Day
Ulhasnagar Civic Chief Rajendra Nimbalkar Booked For Abusing Corporator Nov 17, 2017, 19:27 IST | A Correspondent Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC) chief Rajendra Nimbalkar, has been booked under the atrocities act for allegedly abusing a UMC corporator from the Republican Party of India (RPI). According to cops, the 46-year-old complainant alleged that he was defamed and abu­sed by Nimbalkar in July. He approached the local police, but they refused to file a complaint against Nimbalkar. He then approached the Kalyan court, which passed an order asking the police to register a case.Advocate Jay Gaikwad, who is representing the complaina­nt, claims the corporator had continuously tried to approach the local police. "The police did not respond, and on November 6, the complainant was given a letter by the cops that his application was investigated and nothing found in it. On November 7, we approached the Kalyan court, which ordered probe against the commissioner and other police officers, including the DCP and ACP." Speaking to mid-day, Nimbalkar said, "This is a false case against me. I am being harassed without any fault of mine. The magistrate has ordered an investigation in the case. We will challenge it in the high court."
2017-11-17One member of ATM card theft gang held - The Hindu
One member of ATM card theft gang held NAVI MUMBAI, NOVEMBER 17, 2017 00:00 IST UPDATED: NOVEMBER 17, 2017 04:33 IST They tricked people at ATM kiosks into parting with their debit cards, passwords Panvel police have arrested one person belonging to a three-member gang that tricked visitors to ATM kiosks into parting with their debit cards and passwords. The accused, identified as Vicky Pandit Salve (28), was arrested by members of a police patrolling team who saw him and two accomplices withdrawing money from an ATM kiosk. Police Sub Inspector Devidas Palve said, “The patrolling team found the behaviour of Salve and his partners to be suspicious. They were withdrawing money using multiple cards and they fled from the kiosk when we approached them. We managed to chase Salve and nab him.” The police have recovered 32 debit cards from Salve, who is a resident of Ulhasnagar. Mr. Palve said that the gang used to wait outside ATM kiosks and target vulnerable customers, mostly women and senior citizens. He said on seeing a potential victim approaching, one of the gang members would enter the kiosk and press all the buttons on the keypad. The gang member would then inform the customer that the ATM machine was out of order. He would then encourage the customer to try his luck anyway and while he was using the card, the gang member would discreetly note down the password and leave the kiosk. Mr. Palve said, “This is the cue for the other gang member to enter the kiosk. He would see the customer unable to withdraw cash and offer to help him. The gang member would then ask the customer to hand over the card to him and exchange it for a duplicate one. After several failed attempts, the customer would leave and the gang members would withdraw money using the original ATM card.” Salve has cases registered against him in Bhiwandi, Karjat and Kalamboli police stations. He withdrew Rs. 10,000 from an ATM kisok in Kalamboli and Rs. 3.70 lakh using a card of a Lonavala resident.
One member of ATM card theft gang held - The Hindu
2017-11-16One member of ATM card theft gang held - The Hindu
One member of ATM card theft gang held NAVI MUMBAI, NOVEMBER 17, 2017 01:12 IST UPDATED: NOVEMBER 17, 2017 01:12 IST They tricked people at ATM kiosks into parting with their debit cards, passwords Panvel police have arrested one person belonging to a three-member gang that tricked visitors to ATM kiosks into parting with their debit cards and passwords. The accused, identified as Vicky Pandit Salve (28), was arrested by members of a police patrolling team who saw him and two accomplices withdrawing money from an ATM kiosk. Police Sub Inspector Devidas Palve said, “The patrolling team found the behaviour of Salve and his partners to be suspicious. They were withdrawing money using multiple cards and they fled from the kiosk when we approached them. We managed to chase Salve and nab him.” The police have recovered 32 debit cards from Salve, who is a resident of Ulhasnagar. Mr. Palve said that the gang used to wait outside ATM kiosks and target vulnerable customers, mostly women and senior citizens. He said on seeing a potential victim approaching, one of the gang members would enter the kiosk and press all the buttons on the keypad. The gang member would then inform the customer that the ATM machine was out of order. He would then encourage the customer to try his luck anyway and while he was using the card, the gang member would discreetly note down the password and leave the kiosk. Mr. Palve said, “This is the cue for the other gang member to enter the kiosk. He would see the customer unable to withdraw cash and offer to help him. The gang member would then ask the customer to hand over the card to him and exchange it for a duplicate one. After several failed attempts, the customer would leave and the gang members would withdraw money using the original ATM card.” Salve has cases registered against him in Bhiwandi, Karjat and Kalamboli police stations. He withdrew ₹10,000 from an ATM kisok in Kalamboli and ₹3.70 lakh using a card of a Lonavala resident.
One member of ATM card theft gang held - The Hindu
2017-11-15Maharashtra Govt undertakes to pay 100 crore in Ulhas River Pollution case - Bar & Bench
Meera Emmanuel November 15, 2017 Litigation News, News Maharashtra Govt undertakes to pay 100 crore in Ulhas River Pollution case The Maharashtra government has undertaken to pay Rs. 100 crore as compensation for the restoration of the Ulhas and Waldhuni rivers after the Supreme Court summoned the Chief Secretary of the State. The Bench of Justices Madan B Lokur and Deepak Gupta recorded the undertaking given by the State in the case of Municipal Commissioner, Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation v Vanashakti Public Trust & Ors. The case pertained to the heavy pollution that was taking place in the Ulhas and Waldhuni rivers flowing through Maharashtra. In 2015, after observing that the rivers were critically polluted, the NGT had passed a detailed judgement, imposing a collective penalty of about Rs. 95 crore on the Kalyan Dombivili Municipal Corporation, Ambarnath Municipal Council, Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation, Kulgain Badlapur Municipal Council, MIDC and the common effluent treatment plants of Dombivili. However, instead of paying the penalty, the authorities had approached the Bombay High Court, which stayed the NGT judgment. In order to assail the same, Human Rights Law Network (HRLN) had preferred a Special Leave Petition before the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court directed all the parties to file fresh civil appeals against the NGT judgment. In their affidavit, the municipal corporations had claimed that they did not have enough money to pay for the pollution caused and that they could only change things in next three or four years. However, after detailed examination, the Court sought personal presence of the Chief Secretary of Maharashtra, Sumit Mullick. Mullick, who was present in court on November 14, undertook to disburse Rs. 100 crore for the restoration of the Ulhas and Waldhuni rivers, with 50 crore to be paid within a month. A further amount of Rs. 25 crores should be released on or before January 15, 2018 and the balance Rs. 25 crores will have to be released on or before February 18, 2018. Mullick will also be held personally liable for any non-compliance of the order. The Chief Secretary was also directed to take a decision on 500 jeans washing units which are discharging effluents into the rivers. The Court has also asked the State to consider disconnection of electricity and water supply to these jeans washing units, if necessary. Advocate Zaman Ali of the Human Rights Law Network (HRLN) appeared on behalf of the petitioner, Vanashakti Public Trust.
Maharashtra Govt undertakes to pay 100 crore in Ulhas River Pollution case - Bar & Bench
2017-11-14Priest, female devotee arrested for raping student for two years - Times of India
Priest, female devotee arrested for raping student for two years Pradeep Gupta | TNN | Nov 15, 2017, 04:14 IST ULHASNAGAR: Vithalwadi police on Tuesday arrested a 40-year-old Sharon Fellowship Church priest and a 25-year-old female devotee for allegedly raping a Class X student for two years. Another devotee alerted the victim's mother that there was something amiss with the priest who had tried to touch her inappropriately and was suspected to have sexually assaulted her daughter. On receiving a text message, the 15-year-old victim's mother took her daughter into confidence and checked the information. "My daughter broke down and revealed the ordeal that she had been facing for two years. She said the priest had threatened her and used to get physical with her after his accomplice, a devotee too, used to blackmail her and take her to his house, where both sexually assaulted my daughter," the victim's mother stated in her complaint. A team led by senior inspector S J Shirsat and inspector Nandlal Khadkikar carried out a probe and arrested Geet Kumar Somnath Pillai alias Manikuttan alias Shreejit and Rosy (name changed), who served as a priest at the church in Vithalwadi. Police will record the statement of the woman who alerted the victim's mother too. The minor has been visiting the church for three years along with her family to offer prayers. "She had met Rosy, who introduced her to Pillai, in February 2015. They got close and finally she took her to the accused's house, where the priest and devotee raped and committed unnatural sex with her," said a police officer.Khadkikar said the team was also probing if the accused had committed similar offences with others. Shirsat said they are were recording statements and collecting evidence in the case. The duo has been booked under Indian Penal Code sections 323 (hurt), 376 (rape), 377 (unnatural offences) and 506 (criminal intimidation). They were also booked under Prevention of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act sections 4 (penetrative sexual assault), 6 (aggravated penetrative sexual assault), 8 (sexual harassment) and 17 (abetment). They will be produced before a local court on Wednesday.
2017-11-14Pay Rs 100 crore for restoration of 2 rivers in Thane, Supreme Court tells Maharashtra govt - India Today
Pay Rs 100 crore for restoration of 2 rivers in Thane, Supreme Court tells Maharashtra govt The Supreme Court made the chief secretary of Maharashtra give an undertaking that Rs 100 crore will be disbursed for the restoration of Ulhas and Waldhuni rivers in Thane district. Posted by Kritika Banerjee November 14, 2017 | UPDATED 18:18 IST The Supreme Court in a landmark order today asked the Maharashtra government to pay Rs 100 crore for protection and restoration of two rivers in the Thane district of the state. This is possibly the first time when a state government has been asked to pay a huge amount to plug pollution in rivers, namely Ulhas and Waldhuni. The Supreme Court made the chief secretary of Maharashtra give an undertaking that Rs 100 crore will be disbursed for the restoration of the Ulhas and Waldhuni rivers. According to the undertaking, the amount will be released in two phases--Rs 50 crore within a month, the remaining Rs 50 crore in the next month.The court asked the chief secretary to immediately decide on shutting all illegal industries operating in the region and stop water and power supply to jeans-washing units in Ulhasnagar. THE CASE SO FAR In 2012, NGO Vanashakti approached the National Green Tribunal (NGT) with a petition seeking direction to the state pollution control board to close the industries polluting Ulhas river by discharging effluents. The NGT, in a detailed judgment in 2015, imposed a penalty of Rs 95 crore on Kalyan Dombivili municipal corporation, Ambarnath Municipal Council, Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation, Kulgaon Badlapur Municipal Council, Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC) and the common effluent treatment plants in Dombivili. The NGT order was challenged by the government agencies in the Bombay High Court which stayed the order. Subsequently, NGO Vanashakti moved the Supreme Court which stayed the Bombay High Court's judgment in July this year. IN THE COURT TODAY In the court today, municipal corporations filed their affidavits stating that they do not have money to plug pollution in the two rivers. Maharashtra Chief Secretary Sumit Mullick, who was asked to be present in the court today, was questioned for nearly 30 minutes during the hearing. "Today's order comes as a big relief to us since we have been relentlessly pursuing the case for the last five years. Our faith in the judiciary has been answered," said Ashwin Aghor from Vanashakti. "The Chief Secretary will be personally liable for any non-compliance of the order. They (government bodies) tried to save Rs 95 crore but have ended up paying Rs 100 crore," Aghor said.
Pay Rs 100 crore for restoration of 2 rivers in Thane, Supreme Court tells Maharashtra govt - India Today
2017-11-14Great bank robberies: A quick look at Indian banks that have been looted in the past - Moneycontrol.com
Nov 14, 2017 03:23 PM IST | Source: Moneycontrol.com Great bank robberies: A quick look at Indian banks that have been looted in the past While the robbery may sound like a movie plot, the style of digging their way into a bank's vault, has been used in multiple times before. Multiple lockers at a Bank of Baroda branch at Juinagar, Navi Mumbai were emptied by a gang of robbers over the weekend. They reportedly dug a deep tunnel to reach the lockers of the branch from a rented shop nearby and stole cash and valuables currently estimated at roughly Rs 40 lakh to Rs 1.5 crore. The robbers allegedly cracked 30 out of the 225 lockers in the branch. The police, who are currently probing the matter, said the theft may have been planned over the last five months. While the robbery may sound like a movie plot, the style of digging their way into a bank's vault, has been used multiple times before. Here are some of the similar bank robbery incidences:Manapurram Finance, Ulhasnagar In December 2016, burglars broke into the vault of Manappuram Finance's Gold Loan branch in Ulhasnagar near Mumbai. They managed to rob around 32 kg of gold jewellery worth more than Rs 9 crore. Tamil Nadu train robbery In August 2016, robbers broke open the roof of a railway coach which was being used by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to transport money in Tamil Nadu. The robbers managed to escape with Rs 5.75 crore. Punjab National Bank, Sonipat In October 2014, robbers dug a 125-feet long and 2.5 feet wide tunnel, in a bid to rob almost Rs 100 crore from 89 lockers inside Punjab National Bank's Gohana branch in Sonipat, Haryana near Delhi. Interestingly, the police managed to recover only one blade and mounds of sand from the crime scene. Also read: Robbers get away with valuables from a bank locker room. Their M.O? Digging a tunnel Chelambra bank robbery, Malappuram On December 30, 2007, robbers entered the Bank of Kerala branch in Malappuram in Kerala, using a hole they had dug in the floor. The robbers stole 80 kilograms of gold and Rs 50 lakh. Ludhiana bank robbery, 1987 In 1987, 12 alleged Khalistani militants of the Khalistan Commando Force looted Rs 5.7 crore from a currency chest belonging to the Reserve Bank of India (RBI). It was considered the biggest robbery act of the country at that time. The militants were dressed as police personnel and used the cash to buy sophisticated weapons for their organisation. They were later sentenced to 10 years in jail later.
Great bank robberies: A quick look at Indian banks that have been looted in the past - Moneycontrol.com
2017-11-14Pay Rs 100 crore for Ulhas: Supreme Court to state - The Asian Age - The Asian Age
Pay Rs 100 crore for Ulhas: Supreme Court to state Published : Nov 15, 2017, 2:17 am IST Updated : Nov 15, 2017, 6:34 am IST Mumbai: The Supreme Court on Tuesday asked state chief secretary Sumit Mullick to give an undertaking to disburse Rs 100 crore for restoration of the Ulhas and Waldhuni rivers which have been allegedly polluted due to the discharge of hazardous chemical by local industrial units. Mr Mullick has given an undertaking that the money would be released in two tranches of 30 days each. Due to the ineffectiveness by the civic bodies to check river pollution, the apex court has now put the onus on the state chief secretary to take a decision on shutting all illegal industries immediately and to implement the disconnection of electricity and water supply to all jeans washing units in Ulhasnagar. The Asian Age had reported that illegal jeans washing units in Ulhasnagar had allegedly been releasing hazardous chemicals into the Ulhas river that connects with Waldhuni river. The National Green Tribunal had passed a detailed judgment in 2015 and had imposed Rs 95 crore penalty on the Kulgaon Badlapur municipal council, Kalyan-Dombivali municipal corporation, Ambarnath municipal council, Ulhasnagar municipal corporation, Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC) and the Common Effluent Treatment plants of Dombivali. All the parties later approached the Bombay HC, citing lack of funds and got a stay order. NGO Vanashakti later challenged the high court stay order in the Supreme Court. Mr Mullick, while presenting the action plan to curb the river pollution on Tuesday, stated that the civic bodies have financial constraints to pay the penalty. However, a bench of Justice Madan Lukur and Justice Deepak Gupta ordered Mr Mullick to facilitate the release of funds for the restoration of rivers and submit the affidavits on December 14, 2017, and January 18, 2018. “This is the highest cost imposed on the government for river pollution. The chief secretary will be personally liable for any non-compliance with the order,” said Stalin Dayanand, projects director, Vanashakti.
Pay Rs 100 crore for Ulhas: Supreme Court to state - The Asian Age - The Asian Age
2017-11-12Five builders booked for forging document to grab government land - Times of India
Five builders booked for forging document to grab government land Pradeep Gupta | TNN | Nov 13, 2017, 04:52 IST ULHASNAGAR: Five developers along with two others were booked on Saturday for allegedly usurping a 15,000 sq ft plot in Ulhasnagar owned by the Maharashtra government by forging the conveyance deed.The case has been registered by the special development officer (SDO) after activist Moti Duseja highlighted the irregularities. However, the builders have denied the allegations. The people who have been booked in the case were identified as Kishan Lahori, Ghanshyamdas Tuniya, Chandar Chawla, Mukesh Dudani, Rajesh Dudani, Sevaldas Bijlani and Bhagibai Bijlani. They have been charged under IPC sections 420, 467, 468, 472 and 120 (B). "I got the details of the land using the Right to Information Act. I later realized that they have forged a signature to obtain the conveyance deed from the state government. Two government officers from the SDO office helped the accused, but they have not been named in the case," Duseja told TOI. The activist later complained to Thane district collector Mahendra Kalyankar. Based on his complaint, the SDO's office conducted a probe into the matter and found out that the signature had been forged. Barricades have been put up around the plot. Lahori, an accused in the matter, said, "We have purchased the plot after proper verification of documents. We have all papers including city records and property receipts."
Five builders booked for forging document to grab government land - Times of India
2017-11-11Customer 'doused in hot oil' following row with restaurant owner - Metro
Customer ‘doused in hot oil’ following row with restaurant owner Saturday 11 Nov 2017 4:01 pm A customer was caught on camera being drenched with boiling oil after he complained about the taste and price of a roadside restaurant’s food. The incident unfolded when Vicky Mhaske, 17, had gone to Manoj Koliwada Chinese Corner, a famous food joint with his three friends in Ulhasnagar, near Mumbai, western India. Vicky had ordered snacks but was not happy with the quality of the food. He later complained the owner Surat Darshan Rai, arguing that he was charging too much for ‘the tasteless food’. However after a row broke out between the pair, the teenager rang his brother Deepak – who was seen on camera confronting the owner. Surat is then filmed allegedly throwing boiling water from a pan at the brothers. Deepak was seriously injured in the incident. GP Thakre, a police officer investigating the case, said: ‘The incident took place at a busy eatery- Manoj Koliwada Chinese Corner in the city’s Venus Chowk, which mostly remains crowded. ‘At around 1130 pm on Tuesday night, victim Vicky Mhaske along with three others went to the eatery to have dinner. ‘A brawl started between Vicky and the owner after he first complained about the food and then the bill. ‘Vicky immediately called up his brother Deepak Mhaske and asked him to reach the spot. In the incident, Deepak received burn injuries on his face, chest and shoulders. ‘However, Vicky has received minor injuries’. The brothers and their friends were immediately rushed to a private hospital where they remain undergoing treatment. Mr Thakre said: ‘We have arrested the eatery owner, Surat, and one of the workers at the eatery, Bola Prasad Rai. ‘We are investigating the case and action will be taken against those who were involved in it.’
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2017-11-11बोगस सनद घोटाळा; गुन्हा दाखल - Maharashtra Times
बोगस सनद घोटाळा; गुन्हा दाखल Maharashtra Times | Updated: Nov 12, 2017, 04:00AM IST म. टा. वृत्तसेवा, उल्हासनगर उल्हासनगर प्रांत कार्यालयातील कर्मचाऱ्यांना हाताशी धरत बोगस कागदपत्रांच्या सहाय्याने केलेल्या कोट्यवधी रुपयांच्या बोगस सनद घोटाळ्याप्रकरणी जिल्हाधिकाऱ्यांनी संबंधित आरोपींवर गुन्हे दाखल करण्याचे आदेश मागील आठवड्यात दिले होते. त्यानुसार प्रांत अधिकारी जगतसिंग गिरासे यांनी दिलेल्या ‌फिर्यादीवरून उल्हासनगर सेन्ट्रल पोलिस ठाण्यामध्ये सात जणांविरोधात गुन्हा दाखल केला आहे. भारतीय विस्था‌पित कायद्यांतर्गत सिंधी समुदायाला जागेच्या मालकीच्या स्वरूपात सनद देण्यात आल्या आहेत. शहरातील एक १५ हजार चौरस फुटांचा भूखंड, प्लॉट क्रमांक ६२० या मालमत्तेच्या खरेदी प्रकरणात मोती दुसेजा यांच्या भागीदारांनी बोगस सनद बनवले होते. उल्हासनगर सेन्ट्रल पोलिस ठाण्यामध्ये घनशामदास प्रेमचंद तुनिया, राजेश गुरूदासमल दुधानी, मुकेश गुरूदासलम दुधानी, चंदरलालचंद चावला, किशन लाहोरी, सेवलदास बिजलानी आणि भागीबाई बिजलानी या सात जणांविरोधात गुन्हा दाखल झाला.
बोगस सनद घोटाळा; गुन्हा दाखल - Maharashtra Times
2017-11-10Mumbai: Chinese eatery staff throws hot oil at customer in Ulhasnagar, video goes viral - Free Press Journal
Mumbai: Chinese eatery staff throws hot oil at customer in Ulhasnagar, video goes viral — By Staff Reporter | Nov 10, 2017 08:06 am Mumbai: An argument over food turned ugly at a Chinese eatery in Ulhasnagar, in neighbouring Thane district, with the vendor throwing hot oil at a 29-year-old man, who suffered severe burn injuries. Police have arrested two people in connection to the incident. The incident, which was caught on camera, started after the 29-year-old, who had gone to the Chinese joint with his friends, complained about the food and then created a ruckus over the bill. The customer is also seen throwing something at the owner of the joint, who retaliates by throwing hot oil at him. The victim has suffered burn injuries on his face. The Vitthalwadi police have registered a cross-complaint and are investigating the matter. According to police, the incident took place at Manoj Koliwada Chinese corner located in Venus Chowk of Ulhasnagar. The police have recovered the CCTV footage from the area which clearly shows the accused throwing hot oil on the victim. The Vitthalwadi police has registered a case against the eatery owner and the staff under sections 323, 324, 504 and 34 of IPC.
Mumbai: Chinese eatery staff throws hot oil at customer in Ulhasnagar, video goes viral - Free Press Journal
2017-11-10Pappu Kalani granted 17 days parole - Times of India
Pappu Kalani granted 17 days parole Pradeep Gupta | TNN | Updated: Nov 10, 2017, 20:05 IST ULHASNAGAR: In a relief for convicted four times-MLA Pappu Kalani, the Jail Authority on Friday granted him 17 days parole from prison. His family has plead for his parole for his daughter's wedding which is to held on November 12. Since his conviction in to a murder case in 2013, he has not come out.In November 2013, Kalani, a four-time MLA from Ulhasnagar, and three gangsters Bachie Pandey, Baba Gabriel and Harshad Shaikh were found guilty of murdering BJP activist Inder Bhateja in 1999, by a Kalyan sessions court. They are also accused in a separate case, in the murder of Inder's brother Ghanshyam, in 1990 of which trial is yet to begin. On Friday after jail authority gave him parol in evening he was allowed to go from from Taloja jail to his residence in Ulhasnagar. The parole news has spread happiness amongst his supporters in Ulhasnagar who treat him like god in region.
Pappu Kalani granted 17 days parole - Times of India
2017-11-10[Video] Man complains about food taste, gets hot oil thrown on his face - Asianet Newsable
[Video] Man complains about food taste, gets hot oil thrown on his face By Team Asianet Newsable | 02:25 PM November 10, 2017 In a brutal attack over a trivial issue, a road-side Chinese eatery owner in Ulhasnagar, Mumbai flung hot oil at a 29-year-old man for complaining over the taste and price of the food with his brother. The Vitthalwadi police have registered a cross-complaint and are investigating the matter. The incident took place at Manoj Koliwada Chinese corner located in Venus Chowk which is a hub for alcoholics. Around 11.30 pm on Tuesday, Vicky Mhaske along with three of his friends went to the eatery to have their dinner. After having the food, Vicky first complained about the taste to the owner and later created an issue over the bill. Following this, a heated argument broke out between the two, reported mid-day.Vicky immediately called up his brother Deepak Mhaske and asked him to reach the spot. In the meantime, one of the staff members flung hot oil on Deepak's face, injuring him badly. One of Deepak's friends, Vijay Pagare, also suffered burn injuries on his stomach. Both of them were immediately rushed to the Central Hospital in Ulhasnagar, where they are currently undergoing treatment," said an officer from Vitthalwadi police station. A case has been registered against the eatery owner and the staff under sections 323, 324, 504 and 34 of IPC.
[Video] Man complains about food taste, gets hot oil thrown on his face - Asianet Newsable
2017-11-09Mumbai Crime: Man attacked with hot oil for criticising Chinese food - Mid-Day
Mumbai Crime: Man Attacked With Hot Oil For Criticising Chinese Food Nov 09, 2017, 07:17 IST | Faisal Tandel Incident happened after his brother complained about the taste and price of the food served to him at a Chinese eatery in Ulhasnagar A 29-year-old man suffered grievous burn injuries when a staff of a Chinese eatery in Ulhasnagar flung hot oil at him following a heated argument over the taste and price of the food with his brother. The Vitthalwadi police have registered a cross-complaint and are investigating the matter.According to police, the incident took place at Manoj Koliwada Chinese corner located in Venus Chowk of Ulhasnagar. The eatery usually remains crowded, as people are allowed to drink alcohol there.Around 11.30 pm on Tuesday, Vicky Mhaske along with three of his friends went to the eatery to have their dinner. After having the food, Vicky first complained about the taste to the owner and later created an issue over the bill. Following this, a heated argument broke out between the two.
Mumbai Crime: Man attacked with hot oil for criticising Chinese food - Mid-Day
2017-11-09Ulhasnagar shocker! Restaurant owner throws hot oil on cribbing customer; here is why - Financial Express
Ulhasnagar shocker! Restaurant owner throws hot oil on cribbing customer; here is why A 29-year-old man, suffered critical injuries when a roadside Chinese eatery owner threw hot oil at him. By: FE Online | New Delhi | Published: November 9, 2017 3:41 PM A shocking incident has been revealed in Maharashtra’s Ulhasnagar! A man was attacked by a restaurant owner, just because he complained about the food. But, what is horrific about the incident is that he was attacked with HOT OIL! As dreadful as it sounds, this is very much true. As per a report in Mid-day, the victim, a 29-year-old man, suffered critical injuries when a roadside Chinese eatery owner threw hot oil at him. This happened after the eatery owner had a heated argument with the victim’s brother over the taste and price of the food. According to Ulhasnagar police, the incident took place at a busy eatery- Manoj Koliwada Chinese corner in the city’s Venus Chowk, which mostly remains crowded. At around 11:30 pm on Tuesday night, victim Vicky Mhaske along with three others went to the eatery to have dinner. As per reports, a brawl started between Vicky and the owner after he first complained about the food and then the bill. In the shocking video that has gone viral, a man is shown throwing something at the owner. Following this, the owner is seen grabbing a jug and filling it up with hot oil from a cooking utensil and throwing it at the attacker.Police have meanwhile lodged an FIR and two people have been arrested in the matter. “Vicky immediately called up his brother Deepak Mhaske and asked him to reach the spot. In the meantime, one of the staff members flung hot oil on Deepak’s face, injuring him badly. One of Deepak’s friends, Vijay Pagare, also suffered burn injuries on his stomach. Both of them were immediately rushed to the Central Hospital in Ulhasnagar, where they are currently undergoing treatment,” an officer from Vitthalwadi police station was quoted as saying by Mid-day.
Ulhasnagar shocker! Restaurant owner throws hot oil on cribbing customer; here is why - Financial Express
2017-11-09Chef throws burning hot oil over disgruntled customers after they started a fight with staff about paying the bill - Daily Mail
Chef throws burning hot oil over disgruntled customers after they started a fight with staff about paying the bill Guests at Chinese street-food stall started a fight about paying the bill When they started throwing things at the staff, the chef responded in kind He threw boiling hot oil over the offending guests in western India Deepak Mhaske, 29, was left with 'grievous injuries' from the burns An Indian man was left with serious burns after a street-food chef threw hot oil over him during a fight about paying the bill. Vicky Mhaske had dined at a Chinese food stall in Thane, Maharashtra, and complained about the quality of the food when it was time to pay up. Mr Mhaske called in his brother as back-up and CCTV shows how one of them started throwing things at the staff, to which the chef responded by throwing oil at them. After exchanging words with the staff, he called his brother Deepak for help which saw the argument escalate even further. Security footage shows how one of the male guests are throwing things at one of the chefs who cowers in fear. The chef then reaches for a plastic jug and throws hot oil after the men to chase them off. 'Deepak Mhaske's face was injured badly,' a police spokesman said. 'One of Deepak's friends, Vijay Pagare, also suffered burn injuries on his stomach. 'Both of them were immediately rushed to the Central Hospital in Ulhasnagar, where they are currently undergoing treatment.' The police say they have seen the CCTV footage of an unnamed worker throwing the hot oil and a case has been opened. The investigation continues.
Chef throws burning hot oil over disgruntled customers after they started a fight with staff about paying the bill - Daily Mail
2017-11-09Food vendor throws scalding oil at customers complaining about bad food - WATCH - Zee News
Food vendor throws scalding oil at customers complaining about bad food - WATCH - Zee News
2017-11-09कस्टमर ने खराब खाने की शिकायत की तो दुकानदार ने डाला खौलता तेल
कस्टमर ने खराब खाने की शिकायत की तो दुकानदार ने डाला खौलता तेल Published: November 9, 2017 4:42 PM IST By India.com News Desk मुंबई. मुंबई में चौंकाने वाला मामला सामने आया है जिसमें एक दुकानदार ने ग्राहक के उपर खौलता तेल डाल दिया. ग्राहक की गलती सिर्फ इतनी थी कि उसने खराब खाने की शिकायत दुकान मालिक से कर दी थी. इस घटना में कस्टमर का चेहरा बुरी तरह झुलस गया.मामला मुंबई से सटे उल्हासनगर का है. कस्टमर विकी अपने कुछ दोस्तों के साथ एक चायनीज दुकान पर खाना खाने गया था. उसने अपने पसंद का ऑर्डर दिया. लेकिन विकी को चायनीज पसंद नहीं आया और उन्होंने होटल के मालिक सूरज विनोद राय से शिकायत की. इस पर दोनों के बीच बहस बढ़ गई और फिर होटल में काम करने वाले शख्स ने कस्टमर के ऊपर खौलता तेल फेंक दिया.ये पूरी घटना सीसीटीवी में कैद हो गई. इस हादसे में कस्टमर का चेहरा बुरी तरह झुलस गया. इसके बाद भी कर्मचारी का गुस्सा शांत नहीं हुआ और मग में गरम तेल लेकर कस्टमर के पीछे दौड़ा. सीसीटीवी में देख सकते हैं कैसे उसने कढ़ाई से तेल निकलाने के बाद कस्टमर पर फेंका. वहीं इस मामले में पुलिस ने दो लोगों को गिरफ्तार कर लिया है.
कस्टमर ने खराब खाने की शिकायत की तो दुकानदार ने डाला खौलता तेल
2017-11-09Food vendor throws scalding oil at customers complaining about bad food - Іnsіdеr Cаr Nеws
Food vendor throws scalding oil at customers complaining about bad food Thursday, 09 Nov, 2017 According to police, the incident took place at Manoj Koliwada Chinese corner located in Venus Chowk of Ulhasnagar. On the night of the incident, Vicky Mhaske and his friends had come to the restaurant for dinner. The staff flung hot oil on a customer following a heated argument. The entire instance, which was caught on camera clearly shows that a normal verbal argument turned into an ugly fight after the customer named Vicky Mhaske complained to the owner about the taste of the food and created an issue over the bill. "Vicky immediately called up his brother Deepak Mhaske and asked him to reach the spot". The 29-year-old and his friend suffered burn injuries upon coming in contact with the oil, following which they were rushed to Central Hospital for treatment. Following the incident, two people were arrested by the police after the victim's complaint. In the video, the owner of the food stall in red t-shirt can be seen filling a water jug with hot oil not once but thrice from a wok (kadhai) and chasing the man before hurling it at him. He is being now receiving treatment at a hospital in Ulhasnagar. On the basis of the recovered CCTV footage, the police booked the owner and staffers under sections 323, 324, 504 and 34 of Indian Penal Code. The 43 seconds video was released by ANI on twitter which shows the owner of the eatery throwing hot oil towards the customer unaffected by the present crowd as no one tries to interfere. However, the vendor filed a counter-complaint accusing the man of vandalizing his stall and abusing the staff.
Food vendor throws scalding oil at customers complaining about bad food - Іnsіdеr Cаr Nеws
2017-11-08Declare revaluation results: Bombay HC - The Asian Age
Declare revaluation results: Bombay HC THE ASIAN AGE. Published : Nov 9, 2017, 2:21 am IST Updated : Nov 9, 2017, 2:23 am IST The court directed the university to declare revaluation results of petitioning students by Friday. Mumbai: Mumbai University has assured the Bombay high court that it is making a proper plan to ensure that the issue of delay in results does not take place in future. The court was hearing petitions of some students who sought postponement of the law re-exams that are scheduled to start from November 13. The students had prayed that as the revaluation results are pending, the dates for re-examination should be rescheduled after results are declared. The court directed the university to declare revaluation results of petitioning students by Friday. A division bench of justices B.R. Gavai and Sandeep Shinde was hearing a bunch of petitions pertaining to declaration of exam results as well as the revaluation of answer sheets of declared results. Six students from a law college in Ulhasnagar along with Student Law Council also sought postponement of re-exams in light of revaluation results of nearly 11,000 students being delayed. According to the petitioning law students, all final year students who were represented by senior counsel Uday Warunjikar, were awaiting revaluation results of exams they appeared for in May but even before they were declared the university has scheduled re-exams which they will be forced to appear for, hence the university should postpone the exams till the revaluation results are declared. Earlier, Mumbai University counsel Rui Rodrigues informed the court that university’s examination department was preparing a plan for avoiding a repeat of the results fiasco that left the university red-faced and also led to the sacking of vice-chancellor Dr Sanjay Deshmukh.
Declare revaluation results: Bombay HC - The Asian Age
2017-11-08Teen buried after 12 days of prayers for 'resurrection' - Times of India
Teen buried after 12 days of prayers for 'resurrection' Mateen Hafeez | TNN | Updated: Nov 8, 2017, 11:30 IST MUMBAI: The family holding prayers for 12 days over the body of a teenager for his `resurrection' finally buried him on Tuesday evening as promised to the police. Amid chanting of prayers and cries of "You will come back", the body of Menshach Nevis, the second son of the founder of a religious group, was lowered around 5.30pm at the Sewree Christian cemetery as about a thousand looked on. Meshach, who was undergoing treatment for cancer in a city hospital, died on October 26. His father, Octavio Nevis, who claims to have miraculous healing powers, began prayers instead of conducting the last rites. On Tuesday , the prayers continued in the cemetery . Pastors began delivering sermons, praying Meshach will come back to life.Nevis' followers from places like Ambernath, Ulhasnagar, Pune and other parts of the state had joined those from the city at the funeral. "There are some who had a problem with resurrection. The Bishop and his disciples have be en exercising our faith and praying for Meshach to come back. Half the media reports are false," a pastor said. Bishop Nevis, during his brief prayers, said, "We are handing him to you and you are the king. Jesus Christ ki jai ho." The burial brought to an end a bizarre situation when Nevis and his family were refusing to conduct the teen's last rites. Sources close to Nevis claimed he had brought the boy back to life two years ago.The embalmed body was kept in their church, opposite the Nagpada police station, and prayers continued for over a we ek. When cops intervened, the family took the body to their church in Ambernath. The police arrived with health officials and said if the last rites were not conducted, the family would be booked under the Maharashtra Prevention and Eradication of Human Sacrifice and Other Inhuman, Evil and Aghori Practices and Black Magic Act, 2013. They came back to Nagpada on Monday and promised the cops a burial the next day . Maharashtra Andhashradhha Nirmulan Samiti members met the cops earlier in the day and demanded that a case be filed against the group.
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2017-11-07Man held for bid to kidnap 7-yr-old son of builder - Times of India
Man held for bid to kidnap 7-yr-old son of builder Pradeep Gupta | tnn | Nov 7, 2017, 23:44 IST BADLAPUR: A man was arrested after he reportedly tried to kidnap the seven-year-old son of a developer in Badlapur on Monday.The arrested accused has been identified as Sunil Pawar (22), whose father works as a labour contractor at the company owned by the builder. "Sunil dropped out after HSC. His father, Mahadev, is one of the oldest employees at the company and has been with the builder since the last two decades," said a police officer. On Monday evening, the boy was playing inside his building compound. After he did not return home, his aunt and elder sister began searching for him in the building complex. They later saw Sunil putting the seven-year-old into an auto. The two ran towards the auto and pulled out the kid after which Sunil fled. The developer then lodged a case at the Badlapur east police station. The boy's face had turned black as Sunil allegedly used chloroform to knock him out. He was taken to a hospital to recuperate. "The primary probe shows that Sunil's family is facing financial problems and this spurred him to abduct the child and extract ransom from his father," said Raj Bhoj, senior inspector of Badlapur east police station. Efforts are on to ascertain whether or not Sunil had any accomplices. "Sunil was produced before the Ulhasnagar sessions court on Tuesday. He has been remanded in police custody," said U I Kale from Badlapur east police station.
2017-11-06उल्हासनगरात पाडकाम कारवाई थंडावली - Lokmat
उल्हासनगरात पाडकाम कारवाई थंडावली शहरासह रस्ता रुंदीकरणातील बांधकामावरील पाडकाम कारवाईबाबत महापौरांची भूमिका यशस्वी झाली असून या बांधकामावरील कारवाई थांबली आहे. By लोकमत न्यूज नेटवर्क | Follow | Published: November 7, 2017 12:13 AM | Updated: November 7, 2017 12:13 AM उल्हासनगर : शहरासह रस्ता रुंदीकरणातील बांधकामावरील पाडकाम कारवाईबाबत महापौरांची भूमिका यशस्वी झाली असून या बांधकामावरील कारवाई थांबली आहे. मात्र, दुसरीकडे आयुक्त अजूनही आक्रमक आहेत. रुंदीकरणातील बांधकामाबाबत धोरणात्मक निर्णय घेऊन पाडकाम कारवाईचे संकेत आयुक्तांनी दिले आहेत. तसेच वर्षभरात झालेल्या अवैध बांधकामाची यादी येत्या आठवड्यात अतिक्रमण विभागाला सादर करण्याचे आदेश प्रभाग अधिकाºयांना दिले आहेत. उल्हासनगर महापालिकेने गेल्या महिन्यात रस्ता रुंदीकरणातील काही बांधकामांवर अचानक पाडकाम कारवाई सुरू केली. यामुळे दुकानदारांत खळबळ उडाली. नेहमीप्रमाणे दुकानदारांनी स्थानिक नेत्यांसह जिल्हास्तरीय नेत्याकडे धाव घेतली. तर, शिवसेना शहरप्रमुख राजेंद्र चौधरी यांच्यासह महापौर मीना आयलानी, सभागृह नेते प्रकाश माखिजा, प्रदीप रामचंदानी आदींनी आयुक्त दुटप्पी भूमिका घेत कारवाई करत असल्याचा आरोप केला. रुंदीकरणातील बाधित दुकानांपैकी ८० ते ९० टक्के दुकानदारांनी दुकानांची दुरुस्ती करून बहुमजली बांधकामे केली, तेव्हा पालिकेने ही कारवाई का केली नाही, असा प्रश्न त्यांनी उपस्थित केला. सहा महिन्यांत उभ्या राहिलेल्या बांधकामावर आताच कारवाई का, असा प्रश्नही आयुक्त निंबाळकर यांना केला. महापौर मीना आयलानी यांनी आक्रमक भूमिका घेत रुंदीकरणातील बांधकामावर पाडकाम कारवाई करण्यास आक्षेप घेतला. तसेच महासभेत आयुक्त निंबाळकर यांना आदेश दिला होता. भाजपाचे शहराध्यक्ष कुमार आयलानी यांनी सर्व पक्ष पदाधिकाºयांची बैठक महापौर मीना आयलानी यांच्या कार्यालयात गेल्या आठवड्यात बोलवली होती. यातच आयुक्तांना अप्रत्यक्षपणे घेराव आणि चलेजावचे संकेत दिले. बैठकीत भाजपा शिष्टमंडळाने आयुक्तांना रुंदीकरणातील बांधकामासह १८ मागण्यांचे निवेदन आयुक्तांना दिले. त्यानंतरच, खºया अर्थाने रस्ता रुंदीकरणातील बांधकामावरील कारवाई थंडावली आहे. व्यापाºयांची बाजू मांडण्यात भाजपाचे प्रदेश सचिव प्रकाश माखिजा, सभागृह नेते जमनुदास पुरस्वानी, नगरसेवक प्रदीप रामचंदानी यांनी पुढाकार घेतला. त्यांच्या या भूमिकेमुळे शहरातील बांधकामावरील कारवाईला ब्रेक लागल्याची चर्चा शहरात आहे. दुकानदारांना मिळालेले हे अभय आता किती काळ टिकते, याकडेच साºयांचे लक्ष लागले आहे.
2017-11-06रिक्षा बंदमुळे उल्हासनगरात हाल, रस्त्यांच्या दुरवस्थेचा चालकांकडून निषेध - Lokmat
रिक्षा बंदमुळे उल्हासनगरात हाल, रस्त्यांच्या दुरवस्थेचा चालकांकडून निषेध रस्त्यांच्या दुरवस्थेच्या निषेधार्थ विविध रिक्षा संघटनांनी रिक्षा बंदची हाक दिल्याने सोमवारी चाकरमान्यांसह, नागरिक, विद्यार्थी आणि ज्येष्ठ नागरिकांचे हाल झाले By लोकमत न्यूज नेटवर्क | Follow | Published: November 7, 2017 12:12 AM | Updated: November 7, 2017 12:12 AM उल्हासनगर : रस्त्यांच्या दुरवस्थेच्या निषेधार्थ विविध रिक्षा संघटनांनी रिक्षा बंदची हाक दिल्याने सोमवारी चाकरमान्यांसह, नागरिक, विद्यार्थी आणि ज्येष्ठ नागरिकांचे हाल झाले. रस्त्यांच्या दुरवस्थेला पालिकाच जबाबदार असल्याचा ठपका रिक्षा चालकांनी ठेवला. पालिका आयुक्त राजेंद्र निंबाळकर यांच्या आश्वासनानंतर सायंकाळी हा बंद मागे घेण्यात आला. उल्हासनगर महापालिकेने पावसाळयापूर्वी आणि नंतर रस्त्याची दुरस्ती केलेली नाही. त्यामुळे सर्व रस्त्यांवर खड्डे पडले आहेत. याबाबत वारंवार निवेदने देऊनही फरक न पडल्याचा आरोप करत रिक्षा संघटनांनी सोमवारी मध्यरात्रीपासूनच रिक्षा बंद ठेवल्या. शहीद मारोती जाधव चालक-मालक रिक्षा संघटना, रमाकांत चव्हाण रिक्षा युनियनसह इतर रिक्षा संघटना यात सहभागी झाल्या होत्या. दिवाळीच्या सुट्या संपून शाळेत निघालेले विद्यार्थी, नोकरदार, ज्येष्ठ नागरिक, बाहेरगावाहून आलेले प्रवासी यांना या बंदचा फटका बसला. बंदमुळे उल्हासनगर, विठ्ठलवाडी आणि शहाड रेल्वे स्टेशनवर रिक्षा बंदमुळे शुकशुकाट होता. रिक्षा संघटनेचे राजा पाटील, रवींद्रसिंग भुल्लार यांच्यासह इतर संघटनांचे नेते, पदाधिकाºयांनी पालिका आयुक्तांशी चर्चा केली आणि मागण्या मांडल्या. पालिकेने रस्ता दुरस्तीसह खड्डे भरण्याचे काम सुरू केले आहे. राज्य सरकारच्या निधीतून विविध रस्त्यांचे काम सुरू आहे, असे सांगत आयुक्तांनी रस्ते सुस्थितीत ठेवण्याच्या दिलेल्या आश्वासनानंतर हा बंद मागे घेण्यात आला.
रिक्षा बंदमुळे उल्हासनगरात हाल, रस्त्यांच्या दुरवस्थेचा चालकांकडून निषेध - Lokmat
2017-11-06rikshaw:rikhaw strike in ulhasnagar - thane in Marathi, Maharashtra ... - Maharashtra Times
कडकडीत रिक्षाबंद Maharashtra Times | Updated: Nov 7, 2017, 04:00AM IST उल्हासगरात १५ तासांनी रिक्षा रस्त्यावर म. टा. वृत्तसेवा, उल्हासनगर वारंवार पत्रव्यवहार आणि मागणी करूनही शहरातील रस्त्यावरील खड्डे भरण्याबाबत उदासीनता दाखवणाऱ्या पालिकेच्या विरोधात एकवटलेल्या रिक्षा युनियनच्या नेत्यांनी सोमवारी रिक्षांचा कडकडीत बंद पाळला. अखेर उल्हासनगर महापालिका आयुक्तांच्या आश्वासनानंतर १५ तासांनी रस्त्यावर रिक्षासेवा सुरू झाली. त्यामुळे नागरिकांनी सुटकेचा निःश्वास सोडला. मात्र रिक्षा बंदमुळे दिवसभर नागरिकांचे मोठ्या प्रमाणात हाल झाले. कोट्यवधी रुपयांचा निधी रस्त्यासाठी आणि रस्त्यावरील खड्डे बुजवण्यासाठी उल्हासनगर महापालिकेकडून उपलब्ध करण्यात येत असला, तरी शहरातील रस्त्यांवर खड्डे असल्याने रिक्षाचालकांना त्याचा त्रास सहन करावा लागत होता. याबाबत वारंवार रिक्षा युनियनच्या नेत्यांनी खड्डे बुजवण्याबाबत पालिकेला दोनदा निवेदन दिले होते. मात्र याकडे पालिका आणि लोकप्रतिनिधी दुर्लक्ष करत असल्याने संतप्त झालेल्या रिक्षा युनियनच्या नेत्यांनी ५ नोव्हेंबर रोजी रात्री १२ वाजण्यापासून रिक्षांचा बेमुदत बंद पुकारला होता. त्यामुळे सोमवारी सकाळी कामावर तसेच विविध कामांसाठी बाहेर पडणाऱ्या नागरिकांचे रिक्षाबंदमुळे चांगलेच हाल झाल्याचे पाहायला मिळाले. या बंदमुळे शालेय विद्यार्थी पोषण आहारापासून वंचित राहिले.दुपारी ३ वाजण्याच्या सुमारास आयुक्त राजेंद्र निंबाळकर यांनी विरोधी पक्षनेते धनंजय बोडारे यांच्या उपस्थितीत युनियनचे नेते पिंकी भुल्लर, शेखर यादव, राजा पाटील, जगदीश करोतीया, संजय तरे, संदीप गायकवाड, हेमंत जाधव, रोहिदास जाधव, दिगंबर हजारे, मुकुंद सोनवणे, बहाद्दूर करोतिया यांच्याशी सकारात्मक चर्चा केली. शहरातील खड्डे बुजवण्याचे आणि रस्त्यांचे काम सुरू असून त्यास अधिक गती दिली जाईल, असे आश्वासन आयुक्तांनी दिल्यावर रिक्षा युनियनच्या नेत्यांनी रिक्षांचा बंद मागे घेतला. मात्र युनियनच्या नेत्यांनी दोनदा रस्त्यावरील खड्डे बुजवण्याचे निवेदन दिल्यावरही ते आयुक्त निंबाळकर यांच्या टेबलावर पोहोचलेच नसल्याने पालिकेच्या कर्मचाऱ्यांचा भोंगळ कारभार चव्हाट्यावर आला आहे. यामुळे नागरिकांना रिक्षा बंदचा चांगलाच त्रास सहन करावा लागला.
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2017-11-06कर भरण्यासाठी थकबाकीदारांची धाव - Maharashtra Times
कर भरण्यासाठी थकबाकीदारांची धाव Maharashtra Times | Updated: Nov 7, 2017, 04:00AM IST अभय योजनेच्या पहिल्याच दिवशी १ कोटी जमा म. टा. वृत्तसेवा, उल्हासनगर उल्हासनगर महापालिकेने यंदा पाचव्यांचा मालमत्ताधारकांसाठी अभय योजना राबवली आहे. यात ७५ ते २५ टक्क्यांपर्यंत अवधीनुसार लाभ देण्यात आला. त्यामुळे मालमत्ताधारकांनीही नगरपालिकेत थकीत कर भरण्यासाठी धाव घेतली आहे. योजनेच्या पहिल्याच दिवशी एक कोटी रुपयांचा कर वसूल करण्यात पालिकेला यश आले. रॅली आणि जनजागृती करत मालमत्ताधारकांना कर भरण्यासाठी प्रवृत्त करण्यासाठी पालिका प्रायत्न करणार आहे. त्यात यंदा अभय योजनेची शेवटची संधी असल्याने मध्यमवर्गीय मालमत्ताधारकांकडून अधिक प्रतिसाद मिळत असल्याचे दिसत आहे.उल्हासनगर महापालिकेची आर्थिक स्थिती बिकट झाली असून उत्पन्नाअभावी शहरातील विकासकामांवर परिणाम होत आहे. त्यात वारंवार अभय योजना राबवूनही थकीत मालमत्ताधारकांकडून योजनेला प्रतिसाद मिळत नसल्याचे मागील चारवेळा राबवलेल्या योजनांतून समोर आले होते. त्यानंतर पालिकेने अनेक मालमत्तांवर जप्तीची कारवाई करत त्यांचा लिलावही केला होता. मात्र त्यातूनही पालिकेला हवे तसे उत्पन्न मिळाले नाही. मात्र शहरातील हजारो मालमत्ताधारकांकडे अंदाजे ३०० कोटींचा थकित मालमत्ता कर बाकी आहे. याचा परिणाम पालिकेच्या विकासकामांवर होत आहे. वारंवार योजना राबवूनही कर वसूल होत नसल्याने अखेर आयुक्तांनी नगरसेवकांना त्यांच्या प्रभागातून मालमत्ताधारकांकडून थकित कराबाबत जनजागृती आणि कॅम्प लावण्याचे आदेश दिले होते. ज्या प्रभागातून कराची वसुली होणार नाही, त्यांच्या प्रभागात विकासासाठी निधी दिला जाणार नाही, अशा इशाराही त्यांनी दिला होता. त्यामुळे नगरसेवकांनी नाराजी व्यक्त केली होती. अखेर यंदा नागरिकांच्या मागणीनुसार आणि नगरसेवकांच्या दबावापोटी पुन्हा १ नोव्हेंबर ते ३१ डिसेंबरपर्यंत अभय योजना राबवण्याचा निर्णय पालिकेने घेतला आहे. यात ७५, ५० आणि २५ टक्के अशी अवधीनुसार मालमत्ताधारकांना सूट देण्यात येणार आहे. त्यामुळे योजनेच्या पहिल्याच दिवशी शहरातील थकित मालमत्ताधारकांनी या योजनेला प्रतिसाद दिला असून पहिल्याच दिवशी एक कोटी रुपयांची वसुली करण्यात पालिकेला यश आले. येत्या काळात ही रक्कम वाढण्याची शक्यता आहे. त्यात या वसुलीत मध्यमवर्गीय मालमत्ताधारकांकडून अधिक प्रतिसाद मिळत असल्याचेही समोर आले आहे.
कर भरण्यासाठी थकबाकीदारांची धाव - Maharashtra Times
2017-11-05उल्हासनगर में आज कैंसर जनजागृती मैराथन - नवभारत टाइम्स
उल्हासनगर में आज कैंसर जनजागृती मैराथन नवभारत टाइम | Updated: Nov 5, 2017, 08:30AM IST निसं, उल्हासनगर: रविवार को लोग नशा मुक्ति और कैंसर के प्रति जागरूकता के लिए दौड़ेंगे। मातोश्री सावित्रीबाई फुले सामाजिक संस्था ने इस उद्देश्य से यह मैराथन आयोजित किया है। यह संस्था पिछले 13 साल से समाज के लिए विभिन्न कार्यक्रम कर रही है। मैराथन सुबह 6 बजे शुरू होगा, जिसमें करीब 2000 लोग हिस्सा ले रहे हैं। 5 और 10 किलोमीटर तक की दौड़ में 17 साल और 18 साल से ऊपर की उम्र वालों के लिए अलग-अलग व्यवस्था की गई है। मैराथन गोल मैदान निरंकारी हॉल से शुरू होकर कैलाश कॉलोनी से होती हुई उल्हासनगर 1 के बस स्टॉप पर खत्म होगी। मैराथन में मनपा आयुक्त राजेंद्र निबांलकर मुख्य अतिथि होंगे।
2017-11-05बेकायदा बांधकामे जमीनदोस्त
बेकायदा बांधकामे जमीनदोस्त Maharashtra Times | Updated: Nov 6, 2017, 04:00AM IST बेकायदा बांधकामे जमीनदोस्त म. टा. वृत्तसेवा, उल्हासनगर शहरात राजकीय व्यक्तींचा आश्रय घेत अनधिकृतपणे बांधकाम उभारणाऱ्या भूमाफियांविरोधात आयुक्त राजेंद्र निंबाळकर यांनी मोहीम हाती घेतल्यानंतर मागील आठवड्यापासून शहरातील अनेक बड्या धेंड्यांच्या बांधकामांवर कारवाईला पालिकेने सुरुवात केली आहे. पालिका अधिकारीही कुठल्याही दबावाला बळी न पडता शहरात अनधिकृत बांधकामांवर हातोडा मारण्याचे काम करत असल्याने भूमाफियांचे धाबे दणाणले आहे. उल्हासनगर शहरात सर्वत्र वर्षभर अनधिकृत बांधकामांचा सुळसुळाट सुरू असल्याने शहराचे नाव अनधिकृत बांधकामांसाठी बदनाम होत आहे. त्यात मागील वर्षी कल्याण-बदलापूर मार्गावर रुंदीकरणानंतर अनेक व्यापाऱ्यांनी तीन मजली इमारती उभारण्याचा सपाटा लावला आहे. मात्र राजकीय आणि पालिकेच्या काही अधिकाऱ्यांच्या आशीर्वादामुळे या बांधकामांकडे दुर्लक्ष केले जात असल्याचा आरोप होत होता. अखेर शहरातील वाढत्या अनधिकृत बांधकामांच्या तक्रारी पाहता, आयुक्त राजेंद्र निंबाळकर यांनी जनसंपर्क अधिकारी युवराज भदाणे यांना प्रभारी उपायुक्तपदाचा कारभार सोपवत शहरातील कल्याण-बदलापूर मार्गावरील आणि अन्य भागांत वाढणाऱ्या अनधिकृत बांधकामांवर कारवाईची मोहीम हाती घेतली आहे. त्यामुळे पालिकेच्या या कारवाईमुळे आणि उपायुक्तपदावर भदाणे यांची नियुक्त केल्याने शहरातील भूमाफियांचे धाबे दणाणले आहेत. शुक्रवारी दुपारी प्रभाग समिती तीन येथील फिटनेस जिम येथील दुमजली बांधकामावर आणि श्रीराम चौक येथील एका बांधकामावर सहाय्यक आयुक्त नेवाडे यांच्या पथकाने कारवाई केली. मागील आठवड्यापासून शहरातील कॅम्प नंबर तीन, चार आणि पाच या भागातील आरसीसी बांधकामांवर पालिकेच्या पथकाने कारवाई केली आहे. आत्तापर्यंत शहरातील आठहून अधिक बांधकामांवर कारवाई करण्यात आली आहे. सहाय्यक आयुक्त गणेश शिंपी यांनीही या मोहिमेत शहरातील फूटपाथवर सामान ठेवणारे व्यापारी, फेरीवाले, वाहनांच्या दुरुस्तीसाठी रस्ता अडवणारे गॅरेजवाले, हातगाडीवाल्यांवर कारवाई केली होती. त्यामुळे शहरातील अनेक भागातील रस्त्यांनी मोकळा श्वास घेतला होता. अनधिकृत बांधकामांना पाठीशी घालणारे पालिका अधिकारी आणि राजकीय तसेच अन्य संबंधित व्यक्तींवरही पालिका कारवाई करणार असल्याचे उपायुक्त भदाणे यांनी सांगितले आहे.
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2017-11-04ओमी कलानी कार्यकर्त्याची मारहाण - Maharashtra Times
ओमी कलानी कार्यकर्त्याची मारहाण Maharashtra Times | Updated: Nov 5, 2017, 04:00AM IST म. टा. वृत्ससेवा, उल्हासनगर उल्हासनगरमधील जन्मठेपेची शिक्षा भोगणारा पप्पू कलानी याचा मुलगा ओमी कलानी यांच्या एका कार्यकर्त्याने आपल्याला ब्लॅकमेल करत असल्याचा आरोप करत उल्हासनगर महापालिकेच्या प्रवेशद्वारावरच बेदम मारहाण केल्याचा धक्कादायक प्रकार समोर आला आहे. नगरसेविकेचा नातेवाईक असलेला कमलेश निकम याने ही मारहाण केली असून याप्रकरणी कमलेश याला अटक केल्यानंतर त्याची जामिनावर मुक्तताही झाली. मात्र कलानी कार्यकर्त्यांची दादागिरी पुन्हा शहरात सुरू झाल्याची चर्चा सर्वत्र होती. गुरुवारी सायंकाळच्या सुमारास मुख्यालयाच्या प्रवेशद्वारावर श्रीकृष्ण मानकर जात असताना त्यांना कलानीचा खंदा समर्थक कमलेश निकम आणि त्याच्या सहकाऱ्यांनी निकमला ब्लॅकमेल करत असल्याचा आरोप करत मानकर यांना बेदम मारहाण केली.
ओमी कलानी कार्यकर्त्याची मारहाण - Maharashtra Times
2017-11-03Citizens urge UMC to close illegal jeans washing units - The Asian Age
Citizens urge UMC to close illegal jeans washing units Published : Nov 4, 2017, 2:04 am IST Updated : Nov 4, 2017, 2:06 am IST The washing unit has been allegedly releasing hazardous chemical into the Waldhuni river in Ulhasnagar. In a move towards curbing the pollution in the water body, the MPCB had directed the UMC for stopping the water supply to the units. Mumbai: Citizens and activists have been urging the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC) to shut down the illegal jeans washing units in the vicinity of Waldhuni River since a long time. The washing unit has been allegedly releasing hazardous chemical into the Waldhuni river in Ulhasnagar. In a move towards curbing the pollution in the water body, the MPCB had directed the UMC for stopping the water supply to the units. Residents from the area have claimed that the units are still working. In October 13, the MPCB has written to the UMC stating, “The Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation has provided water supply to jeans washing units located in Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation area, which are operating without consent from MPC Board.” According to a UMC official, the civic body is expediting the process to stop the water supply to all 225 units.
Citizens urge UMC to close illegal jeans washing units - The Asian Age
2017-11-03Citizens urge UMC to close illegal jeans washing units - The Asian Age
Citizens urge UMC to close illegal jeans washing units Published : Nov 4, 2017, 2:04 am IST Updated : Nov 4, 2017, 2:06 am IST The washing unit has been allegedly releasing hazardous chemical into the Waldhuni river in Ulhasnagar. Mumbai: Citizens and activists have been urging the Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation (UMC) to shut down the illegal jeans washing units in the vicinity of Waldhuni River since a long time. The washing unit has been allegedly releasing hazardous chemical into the Waldhuni river in Ulhasnagar. In a move towards curbing the pollution in the water body, the MPCB had directed the UMC for stopping the water supply to the units. Residents from the area have claimed that the units are still working. In October 13, the MPCB has written to the UMC stating, “The Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation has provided water supply to jeans washing units located in Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation area, which are operating without consent from MPC Board.” According to a UMC official, the civic body is expediting the process to stop the water supply to all 225 units.
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2017-11-02उल्हासनगरात सनद घोटाळा - Maharashtra Times
उल्हासनगरात सनद घोटाळा Maharashtra Times | Updated: Nov 3, 2017, 04:00AM IST दोषींवर गुन्हा दाखल करण्याचे जिल्हाधिकाऱ्यांचे आदेश म. टा. वृत्तसेवा, उल्हासनगर विस्थापितांचे शहर म्हणून ओळख असलेल्या उल्हासनगरमध्ये याच विस्थापित धोरणाचा आधार घेत, बोगस सनद तयार करत भूखंड हडपल्याचा मोठा घोटाळा उघडकीस आला आहे. या बोगस सनद घोटाळ्यात प्रांत कार्यालयातील कर्मचाऱ्यांचाही समावेश असून या प्रकरणी जिल्हाधिकाऱ्यांनी प्रांत अधिकारी यांना नऊ जणांविरोधात गुन्हा दाखल करण्याचे आदेश दिले आहेत. उल्हासनगर शहरात सिंधी समुदायाचे वास्तव्य सर्वाधिक असून या समाजाला फाळणीनंतर केंद्र सरकारने विस्थापित कुटुंबाना शहरातील बॅरेक आणि भूखंड राहण्यासाठी दिले होते. भारतीय विस्तापित कायद्यांतर्गत सिंधी समुदायाला जागेच्या मालकीच्या स्वरूपात सनद देण्यात आल्या आहेत. मात्र शहरात राजकीय, भुमाफिया आणि पालिका अधिकारी यांच्या संगनमताने शहरातील अनेक भूखंड गिळंकृत करण्यात आल्याचा आरोप होत असताना, शहरात बोगस सनद सादर करत जमीन हडपण्याचा एक मोठा घोटाळा समोर आला आहे.या प्रकरणात तक्रारदार मोती दुसेजा यांनी घनशामदास तुनिया, कीशन लोहारी, राजेश गुरदासमल दुदानी, मुकेश दुधानी, चंदा लालचंद चावला यांच्यासोबत एक १५ हजार चौरस फुटाचा भूखंड (प्लॉट क्रमांक ६२०) खरेदी केला होता. मात्र शहरातील मालमत्ता खरेदी करताना त्याची सनद असणे आवश्यक असते. या मालमत्तेची कुठलीही सनद नसल्याची बाब दुसेजा यांच्या लक्षात आली. त्यामुळे आपण भागीदारी करताना केलेली मालमत्ता रजिस्टर होऊच शकत नसल्याने त्यांनी आपल्या भागीदारांना विचारणा केली. त्यांनी बोगस सनद तयार करत ही मालमत्ता विकत घेण्याचे सांगितले. त्यामुळे दुसेजा यांनी या कामाला नकार देत आपले पैसे परत मागितले. चौकशीत घोटाळा उघड याबाबत मात्र दुसेजा यांनी बोगस सनद प्रकरणाचा खोल तपास करण्याचा निर्णय घेत, या विषयी अप्पर सचिव आणि सरकारी स्तरावर पाठपुरावा सुरू केला. त्यानंतर सरकारी स्तरावर झालेल्या चौकशीत अनेक सनद बोगस असल्याचे समोर आले आहे. तपास करणार या प्रकरणात प्रांत कार्यालयातील लिपिक प्रकाश गायकवाड आणि ईश्वरी पामनानी यांचाही सहभाग असल्याचे प्रथमदर्शनी समोर आले. त्यानंतरही हे प्रकरण वरिष्ठ पातळीवरून जिल्हाधिकार्यालयात प्रलंबित होते. अखेर या प्रकरणी जिल्हाधिकारी महेंद्र कल्याणकर यांनी नऊ जणांविरोधात गुन्हा दाखल करण्याचे आदेश दिले आहेत. तर याबाबत प्रांत जगतसिंग गिरासे यांना विचारले असता, जिल्हाधिकाऱ्यांनी या प्रकरणी आदेश दिले असून, संबंधित प्रकरणात तपास करत गुन्हा दाखल करण्याची प्रक्रिया केली जाईल, असे त्यांनी सांगितले आहे.
उल्हासनगरात सनद घोटाळा - Maharashtra Times
2017-11-02Thieves take cops on a 10-km car chase - Mumbai Mirror
THIEVES TAKE COPS ON A 10-KM CAR CHASE By VINAY DALVI, Mumbai Mirror | Updated: Nov 3, 2017, 07.30 AM IST In the 30-minute chase that began in Bhiwandi and ended at Kalyan, two autos, a police jeep and a bike were damaged. In a 10-km-long car chase that left several vehicles including a police jeep damaged in its wake, a group of thieves managed to take the Thane police for a ride right from Bhiwandi Bypass to Kalyan in the small hours of Thursday.According to the Mahatma Phule Police, the high-speed drama ended near Kalyan railway station and four accused were nabbed. According to the police, Avinash Jha, Mangesh Dhone, Kedar Parab, and a minor boy, are part of a gang who belong to well to-do families, but commit robberies for pocket change. In the early hours of Thursday, the four along with some more of their friends began a series of robberies and muggings from Netivali in Kalyan East. Initially, they targeted pedestrians, robbing them of cash and mobiles, then they also stole cash from truck drivers and taxi drivers. In Ulhasnagar, they stole a vehicle belonging to an app-based taxi driver Mangesh Bagwe.
Thieves take cops on a 10-km car chase - Mumbai Mirror
2017-11-01MPCB complains against AMC over smoke from dump - The Asian Age
MPCB complains against AMC over smoke from dump THE ASIAN AGE. | SONALI TELANG Published : Nov 2, 2017, 4:40 am IST Updated : Nov 2, 2017, 4:43 am IST The dumping ground has been operating illegally and the waste has reached a height of 20 feet now. Mumbai: The Maharashtra Pollution Control Board (MPCB) has filed a complaint against Amberbath Municipal Council (AMC) regarding cases of smoke arising from open burning of garbage in dumping ground. According to MPCB sources, residents have been complaining about the smoke in B Cabin Road since last year. The MPCB recently filed a case against the civic body in the civil court junior division, Ulhasnagar. “The dumping ground is not even on a government land and has been operating illegally. There is no disposal of garbage from the grounds, which has now accumulated 20 feet high waste,” said Sachin Kharchane, member of Ambernath Citizens Forum. Last year, the National Green Tribunal (NGT) imposed a ban on open burning of waste, declaring a fine of Rs 25,000 for each incident of bulk waste burning. “Based on repeated complaints by the residents, we have submitted an official case and it will take a few days to process,” said D.B. Patil, regional officer, MPCB. Meanwhile adjacent to the dumping ground, the residents have been complaining since Tuesday that the situation has aggravated and that they have been experiencing suffocation and vomiting problems from huge chemical smoke in B Cabin Road. Citizens have also registered a complaint in Ambernath police station against chemical manufacturing companies for allegedly discharging chemicals in the open. “The chemical pollution is causing breathing problems, eye irritation and bitter sensation in the mouth,” said Satyajit Burman, member of Ambernath Citizens Forum. The AMC said it has forwarded complaints about air pollution from the industries to the MPCB. “We have already forwarded the complaint to the MPCB. Instead of shifting the residential societies, the culprits should be punished,” said Suhas Sawant, sanitation officer, AMC.
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2017-11-01उल्हासनगरात खड्ड्यांनी स्वागत - Maharashtra Times
उल्हासनगरात खड्ड्यांनी स्वागत Maharashtra Times | Updated: Nov 2, 2017, 03:00AM IST पुलावरील अवजड वाहनांकडे वाहतूक विभागाचे दुर्लक्ष म. टा. वृत्तसेवा, उल्हासनगर उल्हासनगरहून कल्याण दिशेने जाणाऱ्या वालधुनी नदीवरील पूल हा सध्या अपघातांना निमंत्रण देत आहे. याच पुलावरून उल्हासनगर शहरात प्रवेश करताना स्वागताची कमान जरी पालिकेने लावली असली तरी वाहनचालकांचे स्वागत याच धोकादायक खड्ड्यांतून होत आहे. तसेच या पुलावर मोठ्या प्रमाणात अवजड वाहने पार्क केल्याने वाहतूककोंडी होत असून याकडे वाहतूक विभागाचे दुर्लक्ष होत आहे. कल्याणहून उल्हासनगर शहरात प्रवेश करताना वालधुनी नदीवरील पुलावर आणि पुलाच्या पुढच्या भागात मोठ्या प्रमाणात खड्डे पडले आहेत. या खड्ड्यांचा आकार पाहता हे खड्डे लहान वाहनांना अपघाताचे निमंत्रण देत आहेत. कल्याण बदलापूर मार्गाचा वापर करत दुचाकी आणि अवजड वाहने शहरात प्रवेश करत असतात. त्यामुळे या रस्त्यावर दिवसरात्र वर्दळ असते. मात्र मागील काही दिवसांपासून उल्हासनगर शहरात प्रवेश करणाऱ्या या प्रवेशद्वारावरील परिसरात मोठ्या प्रमाणात अपघाती खड्डे पडले आहेत. त्यामुळे रात्री अपरात्री दुचाकी आणि बाहेरून येणाऱ्या वाहनचालकांना या खड्ड्यांचा अंदाज येत नसल्याने अपघात होण्याची शक्यता आहे. एखादा अपघात झाल्यास वाहन थेट वालधुनी नदीत कोसळण्याची शक्यता आहे. त्यात याच नदीवर जुना पूल वापरात असला तरी सार्वजनिक बांधकाम विभागाकडून नवीन पूलही बांधण्यात आला आहे. मात्र त्या पुलाचा वापर वाहनांसाठी कमी आणि बाहेरील अवजड वाहने पार्क करण्यासाठीच अधिक होत असल्याचे दिसत आहे. त्यामुळे वाहतूककोंडीत अधिक भर पडते.या पुलावरून जाताना एकीकडे पालिकेने नागरिकांचे शहरात स्वागत, असा फलक लावला असला तरी हे स्वागत धोकादायक खड्ड्यांतून होत असल्याने वाहनचालकांमध्ये पालिकेविषयी संतापाचे वातावरण आहे. त्यात या पुलावर अवजड वाहने पार्क केली जातात. याच भागात असलेल्या वाहतूक पोलिसांच्या चौकीचे मात्र याकडे दुर्लक्ष होत असल्याने पोलिस या वाहनांकडे दुर्लक्ष करत असल्यानेही वाहनचालकांमध्ये संताप आहे. त्यामुळे किमान शहरातील प्रवेशद्वारावर तरी पालिकेने रस्त्यांच्या दुरवस्थेकडे लक्ष द्यावे, अशी मागणी वाहनचालक करत आहे.
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