Gandhinagar: A dry run test was conducted for corona vaccination in Gandhinagar city on Tuesday. The dry run test was held at five places decided in Gandhinagar Municipal Corporation area. In the dry run test, 125 beneficiaries were called for vaccination at different places. Through this dry run, all the matters required for vaccination were closely monitored.
Gujarat State Immunisation Officer present at Sector-II Urban Health Center Dr Nayan Jani said that on Monday he had texted the beneficiaries of the corona vaccination and informed them to visit on Tuesday. The beneficiaries came on time at the Urban Health Center at Sector-7.They were then reassured and arranged to stand in social distance. All the beneficiaries who came after that were taken to the vaccination waiting room, from there they were being vaccinated against corona. One by one they were taken to the room where they were given an understanding of the vaccine. In the meanwhile, it was also closely monitored whether the necessary medical facilities were properly arranged in the vaccine room.
All the beneficiaries who were taken to the vaccination room were taken to a separate room after being vaccinated. They were kept there for half-an-hour. They were counselled. What benefits do you and your family get from getting them vaccinated during the council, how do you feel after getting the vaccine? Opinions will be sought on the vaccine and the facility, he said. They will also be sent a message that the vaccination has been successful.
Dr Jani further said that if the beneficiary who has received the message for vaccination cannot come to get the vaccine for any reason, they will be sent the message to come to the next round.
Medical Officer of Gandhinagar Municipal Corporation, Dr Kalpesh Goswami said that dry run for vaccination has been organized at five places in Gandhinagar Municipal Corporation area today. These include Civil Hospital, Gandhinagar, Sector-3 Urban Health Center, Hitech Hospital, Indrada and Sector-3 Primary School. A total of 125 beneficiaries were called for dry run today at five centers.
Dr Goswami added that there are 1,824 frontline warriors in the Gandhinagar Municipal Corporation area, as well as 4,286 healthcare warriors. In addition, details of 41,287 beneficiaries above 50 years of age are available. Along with it, details of 2,483 persons who are less than 50 years old, but are co-morbid are available.
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Dilip Ghosh’s remarks against TMC’s Sougata Roy kick up controversy: ‘People will beat him up with shoes’
Dilip Ghosh, national vice president of the BJP, sparked controversy when he declared that senior Trinamool Congress (TMC) politician Sougata Roy “would be beaten up with shoes” for his remark targeting his party’s detractors.
“Sougata Roy is a veteran politician. He was a professor once upon a time. But we are stunned to hear the language he used to attack the opposition. He is telling his party cadres that shoes will be made by peeling off the skin. The day is not far away when people will beat him up with shoes. The TMC leaders will be beaten up with shoes in various parts of the state,” Ghosh said.
Roy had slammed the opposition parties for “maligning” the ruling party in Bengal after Partha Chatterjee and Anubrata Mondal, two of its leaders, were taken into custody in separate cases. Under the guise of protest, the TMC leader had declared that “shoes will be manufactured by peeling off the skin of those who believe they can get away by maligning the party.”
He later expressed regret over his remark.
Additionally, Ghosh asserted that these remarks demonstrate how TMC officials are now “scared” as two of their top colleagues are in jail.
Roy responded angrily to the BJP leader’s statement, saying the man lacks “formal education.” The TMC leader further asserted that Ghosh was in contact with his party since the saffron camp no longer had faith in him.
Reportedly, he said, “It’s beyond my dignity to comment on what a person with little or no formal education is saying. Dilip Ghosh himself is in touch with our party as he no longer enjoys the confidence of the BJP leadership.”
The CBI detained Mondal for reportedly refusing to cooperate with it in a cattle smuggling case, while the Enforcement Directorate detained Chatterjee in connection with the school employment recruiting fraud.
J&K: Earthquake of 3.1 magnitudes jolted Hanley
The National Center for Seismology on Friday said a 3.1 magnitude earthquake jolted South Soutwest of Jammu and Kashmir’s Hanley.
Taking to Twitter, NCS informed, “Earthquake of Magnitude: 3.1, occurred on 19-08-2022, 12:02;14 IST, Lat: 31.89 & Long: 78.67, Depth: 5 Km, Location: 92km SSW of Hanley, Jammu and Kashmir, India.
However further details are awaited.
PM Narendra Modi, President Droupadi Murmu extend greetings on Janmashtami
On the occasion of Janmashtami Prime Minister Narendra extended greetings to the people.
Taking to Twitter PM Modi said, “Hearty greetings to all the countrymen on the auspicious occasion of Janmashtami. May this festival of devotion and gaiety bring happiness, prosperity, and good fortune to everyone’s life. Long live Shri Krishna!”
Earlier in the morning, President Droupadi Murmu also extended a greeting to the people.
“Hearty greetings to all the countrymen on the auspicious occasion of Janmashtami. From the life of Lord Krishna, we can imbibe the qualities of providing education by doing selfless deeds for the welfare of the people. I wish that this holy festival gives inspiration to all of us to give priority to everyone’s interest with thought, word, and deed,” Murmu tweeted.
Meanwhile, on the eve of Janmashtami President Murmu said, “On the auspicious occasion of Janmashtami, I extend my warm greetings and best wishes to all my fellow citizens living in India and abroad.
“Lord Krishna’s life and teachings included the message of well-being and virtue. He propagated the concept of “Nishkam Karma” and enlightened the people about the attainment of the ultimate truth through the Path of ‘Dharma’. I pray that this festival of Janmashtami inspires us to follow the path of virtue in our thought, words, and actions,” Murmu further said.
Moreover, Janmashtmi is celebrated to mark the birth anniversary of Lord Krishna throughout the country. Every year Janmashtami falls in August and September.
IAS officer in ‘disbelief’ at release of Bilkis case convicts
The release of 11 men convicted in the gang rape of Bilkis Bano and the murder of her 5-year-old daughter and 13 other people during the Gujarat riots in 2002 shocked an IAS officer from the Telangana cadre. As a woman and a government servant, Smita Sabharwal, also known as The People’s Officer, stated that upon learning of the discharge of the defendants in the Bilkis Bano case, she sat in shock.
“As a woman and a civil servant, I sit in disbelief, on reading the news on the #BilkisBanoCase,” the 2001-batch IAS officer tweeted. “We cannot snuff out her Right to breathe free without fear, again and call ourselves a free nation.”
Additionally, Bilkis Bano’s attorney made a statement on the survivor’s behalf in which she said that the release of the defendants had destroyed her confidence in the legal system and left her feeling numb.
“On August 15, 2022, the trauma of the past 20 years washed over me again when I heard that the 11 convicted men who devastated my family and my life and took from me my three-year-old daughter had walked free,” she said in a statement released by her lawyer Sobha. “I was bereft of words. I am still numb.”
She has pleaded with the Gujarati government to “correct this harm” and restore her right to “live without fear and in peace.”
There has been a widespread outcry about the release of the convicts under the previous 1992 remission regime, and many people are demanding the Supreme Court to get involved. Rahul Gandhi, Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, and Jairam Ramesh, among other senior Congress leaders, criticised the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), claiming that the choice would not have been made without the approval of the national government.
After a BJP MLA who served on the state government panel that recommended the release said that some of the prisoners were “Brahmins” with good “sanskaar,” or morals, the argument heated up. The Godhra-based BJP MLA, C K Raulji, claimed to be unaware of the inmates’ possible involvement in the crime.
“We took the decision on the basis of a Supreme Court order. We were asked to look at their (convicts’) behaviour and decide (on their early release),” Raulji told MoJo, a news portal. “We asked the jailer and learnt that their behaviour was good in the prison…also, some of the convicts) are Brahmins. They have good ‘sanskaar’ (values),” he added.
35% pollution in the country is due to diesel and petrol, says Nitin Gadkari
While speaking on the problem of the import of crude oil and increasing pollution in the country Union Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari said that it is necessary to promote alternative fuels to reduce the import of crude oil and reduce pollution.
Meanwhile, Gadkari said that 35% of the pollution in the country is due to diesel and petrol. That’s why we need import-free, cost-effective, pollution-free, and indigenous products. On the launch of the country’s first electric double-decker air-conditioned bus, Gadkari said that electric vehicles are cost-effective as compared to diesel vehicles.
Apart from this, he said that the import of crude oil in India is a big challenge. The way rates are being raised, we are already experiencing this challenge. It is very difficult to even for the common man.
Moreover, Gadkari said the time has come for the automotive sector to switch to alternative fuels like electricity, ethanol, methanol, bio-diesel, bio-CNG, bio-LNG, and hydrogen.
However, the Union Minister said that the current size of the Indian auto industry is Rs 7.5 lakh crore. It has the potential to provide maximum employment along with paying maximum taxes to the Central and State Governments. He said that my wish is to make this industry Rs 15 lakh crore by the end of the year 2024 and it is possible.
I-Day celebrations were staged for the first time in Canada, hotbed for Khalistanis
The 76th anniversary of India’s independence was commemorated for the first time in Surrey by the Indian Consulate General in Vancouver. British Columbia’s Surrey is a haven for Khalistani separatists. The Surrey Gurdwaras, Dashmesh Darbar and Guru Nanak Sikh, are opposed to India and in favour of Khalistan. Following the murder of Ripudaman Malik, the man cleared in the 1985 Air India bombing, there were increased concerns about the activities of radicals in Khalistan, which led to the celebrations in the city of British Columbia.
The city of Surrey observed “Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav Day” on August 15, 2022, according to a proclamation made by Mayor Dough McCallum. The declaration emphasised the close ties between India and British Columbia, where more than 400,000 people are of Indian heritage.
“[Like] the history of India’s freedom movement, the journey of 75 years after independence is a reflection of the hard work, innovation, and enterprise of ordinary Indians, whether in the country or abroad,” the proclamation read.
There were declarations made by the mayors of Nanaimo, Burnaby, Victoria, and New Westminster that were distinct yet related.
The Indian Consulate General in Vancouver collaborated with the Naad Arts Centre in Surrey to put on the “Amrit Mahotsav Concert” at the Michael J. Fox Theatre in Burnaby. The concert’s strong points were Kathak, Laavni, Gidha performances, Bhratnatyam dance, and Indian Classical Fusion.
Over 600 people attended the event, including Councillor Sav Dhaliwal of the City of Burnaby; Raj Chouhan, Speaker of the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia; Randy Weakes, Speaker of the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan; Jinny Sims, Member of the Legislative Assembly, Government of British Columbia; and a number of Members of Parliament.
The Amrit Mahotsav performance, which was held in accordance with the “Jan Bhagidari” (people’s involvement) approach, was a celebration of the rich and varied cultural legacy of India, stated Consul General Manish in his opening remarks.
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