Monday, January 31, 2011
DJB has levied Rs, 200 on Non Working Meter.
Plz take this matter before the CM-CUM-CHAIRPERSON of DJB.
Thanks & Regards,
D K Gupta,
Bhola Nath Nagar JRWA
Sunday, January 30, 2011
We paid demands raised from time to time as funds were required to develop roads, parks etc.etc.
I think around 45 lacs was collected and total plots are 225.
In eighties services were handed over to MCD Delhi and members wanted to know price of their share.
There after, land was allotted for community centre and funds were raised to build and furnish CC.
But share price never worked out.
My question is...
Is it statuary requirement to work out share value since assets increase or decrease every year.
Now our member strength is 147 against 225 as some members died but no family member applied for membership.
Is society competent to terminate membership...if so what procedure is to be adopted and what payment is to be paid to kith and kin of members whose membership has been terminated.
Kindly advise in view of position thus explained above
Saturday, January 29, 2011
I am alarmed about encroachments, non burning of high mast lights, about complicity of police staff staff regarding traffice violations......
But believe me these are nothing as compared to which i am going to narrate below.
You are aware that madhuvan was name assigned to delhi officers co op house building society ltd new delhi.
Land was allotted in accordance with agreement executed by madhuvan society..one part and second part..president of india.
I was really at my wits end to see huge water quantity gushing from three points into ornamental park of MADHUVAN...just back of my house.
To day i came to know that ganga water or main water pipes have been laid inside plot of houses from 95 to 99.
Since water pipes are around forty years old, there is leakage here and there.
Due to this heavy leakage...there is low water pressure in surrounding areas.
How water pipes of colony could be laid inside private properties is a matter of concern and needs to be investigated.
Since our president of rwa has resigned and resignation accepted...i am president of Madhuvan RWA.
But i will prefer to be rembered as vice president
Our AC Agarwal retired IAS officers have been fighting for more than twenty years .
MCD admitted twenty six encroachments even in a colony like MADHUVAN new Delhi 110092.
This was admitted BY MCD in a reply filed by them in response to second appeal before CIC.
Start action where it hurt mosts.
Also have a look around MADHUVAN POLICE STATION area.
All type of commercial vehicles like buses mini trucks are parked 365 days and twenty four hours in space reserved for cars and scooters.
Let us act.
Words cannot replace actions.
Even complaints to VIGILANCE are ignored.
Just move from MADHUVAN TO PREET VIHAR.
You cannot walk on foot paths.
Let us make Delhi city of law abiding citizens and not law breakers.
Senior Vice president EDJF RWAS
Friday, January 28, 2011
Thursday, January 27, 2011
The event was supported by the colony-based UCO Bank; Indian Heritage - Pre School; Makkar Medical Centre and Yash Bajaj Builders & Developers.
Priyadarshini Vihar RWA
Wednesday, January 26, 2011
MCD FAILED AS USUAL TO HEED DIRECTIONS.
NOW HOPE FOR FINAL OUTCOME.
senior vice presiddnt EDRWAS JF
VICE PRESIDENT MADHUVAN RWA
no action and hence a sense of helplessness.
kindly advise what should be done
senior vice president EDRWAS JF
VICE PRESIDENT MRWA
Tuesday, January 25, 2011
Monday, January 24, 2011
Thanks and regards.
Jan Shakti Vikas Samiti,
Delhi - 110 031
Saturday, January 22, 2011
M.C.D. working in Question
Unsystematic ( pick & Choose) Survey / Sealing of Buildinds in Ward no.221
Lalita Park building collapse took the life of 70 people and wounded as much. M.C.D. come in action after the collapse of building and started surveying the buildings. In the 1st phase M.C.D. issued notice of sealing 38 Buildings of the area and then all of sudden action shifted on other buildings reasons best known to M.C.D. Authorities. M.C.D. appointed a team of engineers and others called survey team. It was undoubted clear that survey will be pick & choose method than MCD team was advised to arrange videography while surveying the area but for no result. The survey was so unsystemic that on 1st day they sealed the buildings of Lalita Park Gali no 1 to 3 that is also without any criteria of distance from pusta, height of building. In 1 to 3 number gali on 1st day they left the buildings of most dangerous Zone that is along with pusta and others buildings of Gali no 1 to3 (neary ten more buildings ).On 2nd day MCD people leave the rest area of Lalita Park went to other area and after a week or so they came again to Lalita Park and sealed the building by pick and choose method up to gali No. 6 and most of building has not been sealed. This was repeated but area along with pusta was not touched and buildings in gali no 8to 12 were not touched.
The following questions are being raised by the public of the area of ward no 221 that is Krishna Kunj Municipal ward
1. What are the criteria of ceiling of the buildings?
2. Can the survey team included the area which is beyond 300 meters
3. Can the construction of 4th floor ascertained with out entering in the premises
4. Was it not necessary to take in to belief the local RWA to know the owner / occupant of the Building?
5. Numbers of houses effected in survey.
6. Number of house not effected in survey.
7. Are the houses not served notice considered to be authorized?
8. The same number of buildings one building sealed another not sealed.
9. Any toll free or telephone number immediate complaint.
10. It is fact that dangerous zone area along with pusta of 186 houses which is adjacent to pusta has been left while surveying/ sealing if yes then reason there there of.
11. Were power given to sealing squad not to disclose the criteria of sealing when requested by senior citizens but to misbehave with them by saying 300 meters distance has not been measured by tape but taken as per their will.
12. Is it fact that buildings left in survey and ceiling has deposited rupees one lac to Rs. 2 lac per buildings as compound charges to the MCD.
In the end it intimated a local survey is being conducted by this RWA. The correct position will be available with us and we will display the same in our RWA Bhagidari Bog.
There seems to be great violation and remedy for this is to take survey/sealing team to the building not surveyed / sealed intentionally in front of public of the area .
If proved action be taken publicly or judicial enquiry in the probe be ordered.
Tuesday, January 18, 2011
With best regards,
B S Vohra
East Delhi RWAs Joint Front
Monday, January 17, 2011
Saturday, January 15, 2011
With regard to bettering infrastucture at MCD-run schools, chairman of the MCD Works Committee Jagdish Mamgain said 60 classrooms have been built in eight months since April last year, and work is on to construct 2,433 more. The civic body will focus on tackling all shortcomings to ensure permanent structures for students of MCD primary schools, he added. The Delhi High Court had recently rapped the civic body for failing to provide permanent buildings for many of its schools and running them from tents.
"From April 1 to November 30 last year, 13 school buildings were completed and 60 classrooms constructed. Work is in progress at 154 schools with 2,433 new classrooms," Mamgain said, presenting the 201112 budget for the committee.
with thanks : Indian Express : link above for detailed news.
Thanking you and with best regards
Friday, January 14, 2011
|January 13, 2011|
The Government has been closely monitoring the inflation situation with a view to protecting the common citizen against abnormal price rise. Our experience in the recent past has been that while prices of most manufactured goods and services have been reasonably stable, food prices have frequently risen at unacceptable rates.
2. A year ago, the primary concern was with foodgrain prices which were pushed up because of the drought of 2009-10. We were able to bring foodgrain prices under control thanks to additional release through the PDS and a strong effort to increase production. The current bout of inflation is driven by a rise in prices of vegetables and fruits which is more difficult to manage because these commodities are not held in public stocks. The rise in prices is partly due to late rains, which affected the onion crop. There is also an underlying increase in prices of milk, eggs, meat and fish, which is the result of fast growth of the economy, leading to rising income levels, combined with the effect of several inclusiveness programme which put greater income in the hands of the relatively poor whose food consumption increases.
3. The only lasting solution to food price inflation lies in increasing agricultural productivity. Government has taken up important new schemes, and provided large budgetary support to these, with a view to boosting agricultural production not merely in cereals but also in pulses, oilseeds, vegetables and fruits, milk and milk products, and poultry etc. As incomes rise, demand shifts towards horticultural crops, dairy products. These are perishable and need sustained development of market facilities, cold storage etc, quite different from what is needed for foodgrain.
4. The Government has recently reviewed the position and is taking the following measures to moderate these price increases:
(i) NAFED and NCCF shall undertake sale of onions at Rs 35/kg from their retail outlets in various locations, with suitable budgetary support to be provided for this purpose. The arrival of onions from Pakistan will also help cool prices. Import of 1000 tonnes of onion has already been contracted. Export of onions stands banned.
(ii) Government will review import and export of all essential commodities on a regular basis and impose controls on exports and ease restrictions on imports, including tariff reduction where necessary, to improve domestic supplies.
(iii) Public Sector Undertakings shall intensify purchases of essential commodities, particularly edible oils and pulses, for distribution through their retail network and also through the Public Distribution System operated by the State Governments. The existing schemes for subsidized distribution of edible oils and pulses will be continued. Exports of edible oils and pulses, as well as non-basmati rice, will remain banned.
(iv) Government will take stringent action against hoarders and black marketers manipulating market prices, under the relevant legal provisions, so as to ensure that products reach the markets in a timely manner to moderate the prices. Cartelisation by large traders will be strictly dealt with. The States will be requested to ensure that such action is effectively taken under the Essential Commodities Act, 1955, and the Competition Act, 2002.
(v) Awareness campaigns will be intensified bringing out the availability of alternatives at cheaper rates such as yellow peas with a view to influence consumption pattern in favour of such alternatives. Special initiatives will be taken to involve Residents’ Welfare Associations and Self-Help Groups in distribution of essential commodities to address local shortages and ensure that the supplies reach the households with least intermediation cost.
5. Other measures involving a somewhat larger horizon include the following:
(i) A scheme to support the state governments in the setting up of farmers' mandis and mobile bazaars and to improve the functioning of civil supplies corporations and cooperatives will be finalised urgently.
(ii) The existing Public Distribution System will be suitably strengthened through computerization and other steps, including opening more procurement windows across the country.
(iii) State Governments would be urged to review the Agricultural Produce Market Committee (APMC) Acts and, in particular, consider exempting horticultural products from its purview thereby mitigating marketing and distribution bottlenecks in this crucial sector. State Governments will also be urged to consider waiving mandi tax, octroi and other local levies which impede smooth movement of essential commodities, as well as to reduce commission agent charges.
(iv) Investment will be encouraged in supply chains, including provisions for cold storages, which will be dovetailed with organized retail chains for quicker and more efficient distribution of farm products and minimizing wastage. Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion, Department of Food & Public Distribution and Ministry of Food Processing Industries and the Planning Commission will jointly work out schemes for this purpose.
(v) Suitable support will be extended to facilitate stocking of the bumper Kharif 2010 crop, including by augmenting storage capacities and modernizing/ upgrading the godowns and other infrastructure.
6. An Inter-Ministerial Group (IMG) has been set up under the Chief Economic Adviser, Ministry of Finance to review the overall inflation situation, with particular reference to primary food articles. The IMG will, inter alia, review production/ rainfall trends and build an institutional machinery to read warning signals, assess international trends, recommend action on fiscal, monetary, production, marketing, distribution and infrastructure fronts to prevent price spikes, and suggest measures to strengthen collection and analysis of data and forecasting.
7. The Committee of Secretaries under the Cabinet Secretary will review the prices situation with individual States, and advise the Departments concerned of the Central Government to maintain close coordination with State agencies to get direct feedback with a view to taking suitable remedial measures on a fast-track.
8. The Government is watching the situation closely and is committed to containing the adverse impact of any inflationary pressures on the common man.
|Source : Prime Minister of India : Press Release.|
Wednesday, January 12, 2011
The blog is also visible on Facebook, Twitter as well Youtube.
“ We are sure, even this Joint Front will be a great success as the cream of the RWA community from Delhi East has already joined us,” says Vohra while wishing a very happy new year to one & all.
with thanks : SikhsIndia Blog
Monday, January 10, 2011
B S Vohra
East Delhi RWAs Joint Front
Sunday, January 9, 2011
Interesting but shocked! How the MCD is functioning is revealed! In the circumstances, how the MCD could claim and justify increase in property tax rates! Can we have more such reasons and justification with facts and figures from our friends to frame our justification and send it to the MCD.
Some Facts from Property Tax Interim Report about Inability to prepare a proper data base of all properties
Saturday, January 8, 2011
Friday, January 7, 2011
1. North 1,48,927 3,45,863
2. North West 5,61,945 8,76,056
3. South West 3,64,511 5,86,803
4. Central 1,20,616 1,95,913
5. East 2,87,638 6,23,087
6. North East 3,10,887 5,06,437
7. West 4,32,782 5,00,801
8. South 4,66,444 8,60,942
Total 27,33,383 44,95,902
(Source – Delhi State Spatial Data Infrastructure (DSSDI) (Survey of India))
(*Survey is still in progress).
Do You Know :
Some Facts from Property Tax Interim Report about Inability to prepare a proper data base of all properties
Financial Year Amt. (Rs. In Cr.) of property tax No. of properties.
2002-03 726.49 922520
2003-04 776.73 963119
2004-05 575.76 945657
2005-06 486.44 824884
2006-07 495.69 842780
2007-08 513.53 810832
2008-09 606.10 862970
2009-10 697.75 980589
(Source: A & C Deptt., MCD)
Thursday, January 6, 2011
-There need to be adequate number of bins at each site.
We need to work together to make our CITY clean.
Expectation from Public:
Do not litter in any part of the city
Deposit the garbage only in designated places.
Keep your area/surroundings clean.
Pl helps us in keeping Delhi Clean.
Please post a complaint for above services, only.
source : MCD Facebook page.
Wednesday, January 5, 2011
With Best Regards
B S Vohra
East Delhi RWAs Joint Front
it is necessary to expose the lax mcd on collection of taxes from only9 lacs properties as against existing 30 lacs.So if existing properties are brought in tax net,there may be even surplus money.
Perhaps it may be worthwhile to post salient features on blog so that constituetns or others could post comments quickly.
senior vice president EDRWASJF
Tuesday, January 4, 2011
With our renewed best wishes for the New Year,
Monday, January 3, 2011
Looking forward & Assuring the best of co-operation to one & all.
Saturday, January 1, 2011
आदरनीय महोदय जी,
समस्त केशव नगर निवासियों की ओर से आपको नये साल 2011 की हार्दिक
शुभकामनाएं एवम बधाई।
केशव नगर जन कल्याण समिति.(पंजी.)
श्री शिवानन्द शर्मा (प्रधान)
श्री राजीव कांन्त श्रीवास्तव (उप प्रधान)
श्री चन्दर सिंह कटारिया (महासचिव)
श्री रमेश गिरि गोस्वामी (सचिव)
श्री विजय कुमार प्रसाद (सचिव)
श्री कुलदीप कुमार चडडा (स.सचिव)
श्री सोहन लाल गौतम (कोषाध्यक्ष)
श्री आर. के. सक्सेना (संयोजक)
1. Haste Rehne Ka.
2. Tension Nai Leneka.
3. B Positive, Eat Positive, Sleep Positive
4. Mast Rehneka.
5. Har Problem Ko Solve Kernay Ka.
6. Friend K Sath Lifetime Friendship Account Kholnay Ka
7. Mujhko Yaad Rakhnay Ka
Aur Mujhey Sms Kertay Rehnay Ka.
University Grants Commission launched a major programme for women in higher education in the academic and administrative streams.The reason for establishing this activity is to increase the low percentage of women in decision-making positions in Indian Universities and colleges.
Sri Guru Nanak Dev Khalsa College,University of Delhi,Dev Nagar conducted this workshop for the Training of Women Trainers ( from 27th Dec.- 31st Dec.2010)sponsored by UGC.
Prof.Susheela Kaushik (Director & Co-Chair,UGC National Consultative Committee) is the Chief-coordinator of Capacity Building of Women Managers;Prof. Reicha Tanwar (Women’s Studies Research Centre,Kurukshetra University) is the Regional Coordinator of this Programme.
This Workshop seen the day of light due to Dr. Man Mohan Kaur, Principal, S.G.N.D. Khalsa College & Dr. Gita Lakhanpal (Local Coordinator & Associate Prof.Department of English, S.G.N.D. Khalsa College,Dev Nagar,University of Delhi.