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Navi Mumbai police refused to take a payment request for Rs 2.4 lakh

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Mumbai-based activist Gautam Navlakha’s legal team recently informed the special NIA court that the Navi Mumbai police commissioner’s office refused to accept a demand draft for Rs 2.4 lakh that they had provided in accordance with a Supreme Court ruling allowing him to be placed under house arrest in the Elgar Parishad case. This was done in order to comply with the order. On Monday, lawyer Chandni Chawla filed a motion with the special trial court asking for the police commissioner to be instructed to accept the demand draught. RJ Katariya, a special NIA judge, ruled, “Issue notice to the non-applicant No. 2, i.e., the commissioner of police, Navi Mumbai.”

Prakash Shetty, a special public prosecutor, stated that he was representing the NIA but not the commissioner of police, and he requested time to file a response to the motion. Time was given till Tuesday by the court. The Supreme Court had set various restrictions in a ruling from last week. According to the court, Navlakha (69) must pay Rs 2.4 lakh to cover the costs of sending police officers to his Navi Mumbai house. Additionally, he was told to provide a 2 lakh rupee guarantee. The defence attorney for Navlakha informed the special NIA court that the assistant registrar had objected that the surety had not provided a solvency certificate, a ration card, or an affidavit.

The prosecution was ordered by the court to provide its opinion on surety and a report verifying that surety through NIA. The defence claimed that the solvency certificate would take at least a month to get. Additionally, it was stated that the provision of a Solvency Certificate was not always required.

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Panvel launches an initiative against single-use plastic

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On the occasion of World Environment day, a Campaign Opposing single-use plastic was launched in Navi Mumbai.

The Campaign

In honour of World Environment Day, the ‘Single Plastic Free Panvel’ campaign was officially launched at the Adya Kranti veer Vasudev Balwant Phadke Auditorium, Panvel. PCMC representatives, Members of numerous social organisations, residents, Municipal officers, & many other guests were present for the campaign launch.

Shree Ganesh Deshmukh, the PCMC Commissioner, during the campaign highlighted that public support is necessary to the implement ban on single-use plastic carry bags. He further highlighted that NGO social organisations & people must Cooperate in order to prohibit the ban.

MLA Shree Prashant Thakur praised the joint initiative of the Panvel Municipal Corporation, Bharat Vikas Parishad & other NGOs in tackling environmental challenges. He further praised & highlighted the accomplishments of Panvel City Municipal Corporation Under the direction of Commissioner & Administrator Shree Ganesh Deshmukh & complimented their victory in different Competitions.

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For the Tirupati Balaji temple replica in Navi Mumbai, TTD conducts bhoomi pooja

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On Wednesday, the Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams (TTD) ceremoniously performed the bhumi pooja in preparation for the building of a copy of the Tirupati Balaji temple in Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra. The pooja was performed according to the agama shastras by priests and representatives from the Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams.

The bhumi pooja ritual was attended by Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde, Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, and other members of their cabinet. It was a Maharashtrian’s dream come true, Eknath Shinde told reporters. “Today is a particularly significant day for Maharashtra since the duplicate of the Tirupati Balaji mandir is about to be built in Navi Mumbai. Not everyone has the good fortune to travel to Tirumala to see Balaji.

Therefore, the new temple would fulfil the aspiration of the Maharashtrian people to see Sri Balaji Venkateswara in Mumbai, according to Shinde.

With the assistance of donor devotees, the Tirupati trust would invest over Rs 75 crore in the construction of this new temple. You might remember that the TTD trust board decided a few years ago to build a new Balaji temple in Mumbai. Ten acres of land were given to the Tirupati trust by the Maharashtra government last year for the construction of the new temple. The Tirupati trust held the ceremony to lay the cornerstone for its new temple in Navi Mumbai on Wednesday after overcoming obstacles connected to CRZ laws and obtaining all necessary clearances.

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NMMC celebrates World Environment Day with residents

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In Navi Mumbai, NMMC observed the World Environment day.

The Environment day

The Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation (NMMC) organised a number of events around the city to celebrate World Environment Day, providing environmental awareness & enlisting the involvement of thousands of residents.

Third-party organisation officials, NCC & NSS students along with Members of the let’s Celebrate Fitness institute met to take a collective pledge for the Majhi Vasundhara Abhiyan at the Karmaveer Bhaurao Patil College a.k.a Modern College. The event featured a clean-up drive & a rally in Vashi for environmental awareness, Present were NMMC additional Commissioner Shreemati Sujata Dhole, Dr. Babasaheb Rajale, Dr. Amit Kumar Sondge, Prof. Sarang of K.B.P college, Prof. Nagore of Jhunjhunwala College, Shree Sudhir Potphode, along with Supervisors, sanitation Workers & many other officials.  

Yulu e-bikes, which are zero-emission vehicles, we‘re featured in a special awareness rally that travelled from Jewel of Navi Mumbai to Nerul & Belapur regions. In addition, Additional Commissioner Shreemati Sujata Dhole & Deputy Commissioner Dr. Babasaheb Rajale of the Solid Waste Management Department actively participated in the rally.

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