29092021-CT-01.qxd 29-09-2021 00:37 Page 1 c m y b Chandigarh TRIBUNE WEDNESDAY | 29 SEPTEMBER 2021 | CHANDIGARH JOBLESS ETT TEACHERS TAKE TO THE STREETS IN KHARAR PAGE 2 Unemployed ETT-pass teachers block Kharar flyover near Desu Majra, cause inconvenience to commuters. MAINLY CLEAR SKY TRICITY COVID REPORT CHD SAMPLES TESTED POSITIVE RECOVERED NEW CASES ACTIVE CHANGE DEATHS NEW P’KULA 7,33,943 65,219 64,358 2 42 2 819 0 MOHALI 4,32,776 5,99,280 30,735 68,727 30,340 67,629 4 8 18 34 0 7 377 1,064 0 0 AIR QUALITY INDEX CHANDIGARH SUNSET WEDNESDAY 6:10 PM RAMLILA PANELS GET MC NOD Chandigarh: The MC has given ground permission to 36 Ramlila committees to stage the epic. BP Gaur, president of Ramlila Kendriya Mahasabha, said, “A total of 46 committees had applied for ground and 36 were granted permission.” Ramlilas will start in the city from October 5. TNS 2 SNATCHERS LAND IN POLICE NET Chandigarh: The police have arrested two snatchers and recovered two gold chains, 34 phones and a stolen bike from them. The suspects were identified as Mohan Giri (23) and Nekpal (32). TNS UT Administrator Banwarilal Purohit at the launch of online services of the Estate Office. MANOJ MAHAJAN Tribune News Service SERVICES LAUNCHED Chandigarh, September 28 Now, ‘dilly-dallying’ work culture of the Estate Office will be a thing of the past. UT Administrator Banwarilal Purohit today launched a website and online services of the office in the presence of Mayor Ravi Kant Sharma and UT Adviser Dharam Pal. “The vision behind this initiative was to make the Estate Office a technology-driven organisation that provides seamless services to the citizens through hassle-free and efficient processes,” said the Administrator. The Estate Office has built a website https://estateoffice.chd.gov.in/ that ecompasses all information about the services provided by the department, acts, rules, notifications etc. “The Estate Office has been offering various propertyrelated services. All services will be made online in a phased manner. In the first phase, five services were launched today,” said Mandip Singh Brar, Deputy Commissioner-cum-Estate Officer. Now, all applications have been made online allowing the citizens to access information with a click of a button. The SMS service has Sandeep Rana The murder suspects in police custody in Panchkula. TRIBUNE PHOTO REAL-TIME SURVEILLANCE Tribune News Service The hi-tech cameras are being installed for the realtime surveillance of traffic junctions and other important buildings of the city such as waterworks, parks, government hospitals, community centres, parking locations and schools at around 287 locations. CCTV cameras installed on a road in Chandigarh. based at BEL, Panchkula. Once the Integrated Command and Control Centre (ICCC), which is under construction at Sector 17, is ready, all live data will be available here. “The cameras will catch traffic violations, including jumping red light, overspeeding, driving without seat exchange/family transfer deed ■ Transfer of lease rights on the basis of registered deed of transfer by way of sale gift/exchange/family transfer deed ■ Grant of permission/NOC for transfer of lease rights by way of sale gift/exchange/family transfer deed ■ Issuance of no-dues certificate ■ Updated “know your property” TO GO ONLINE BY OCT 10 BY OCTOBER 20 ■ Ownership/lease rights on the ■ Execution of deed of conveyance basis of interstate death ■ Ownership/lease rights on the basis of unregistered will ■ Transfer of ownership/lease rights on the basis of registered will ■ Permission to mortgage (leasehold property) ■ Ownership/lease rights on the basis of interstate death/ unregistered bill/registered bill/“decree/family settlement deed/probate of the will (after public notice) ■ Execution of lease deed ■ Execution of redemption deed ■ Grant of extension in time limit for construction ■ Issuance of allotment letter ■ Revalidation of no-objection certificate ■ Transfer of ownership on the basis of court decree/family settlement/probate of the will ■ “Know your dues” SOON, TRACK FILES WITH A SINGLE CLICK The Estate Office will soon integrate all processes with Aadhaar so that all files can be tracked with a single click. We are also implementing auto-calculation of property charges. By October 20, all dues against the properties will be available at a click of the mouse. Mandip Singh Brar, DC ❝ ❞ been introduced to keep the applicant in the loop about the status of the work done, said the DC. In an attempt to simplify the processes, the continued on page 2 59 dengue cases in city this month Chandigarh, September 28 The Punjab and Haryana High Court today ruled that imposition of exemplary costs was not a matter of discretion. It was a duty and obligation cast upon all courts to ensure that the legal system was not exploited by litigants using the forms of the law to defeat or delay justice. The ruling came as a Division Bench of Justice Tejinder Singh Dhindsa and Justice Vivek Puri imposed ~1-lakh costs on an “unscrupulous litigant”, who continue with “unauthorised possession of a public premise” in Sector 37 even though the lease was cancelled almost four decades back. The Bench further observed that the imposition of exemplary costs was a necessary instrument required to be deployed to weed out and prevent the filing of frivolous cases. The Bench was hearing a petition filed by the leaseholder against the Chandigarh Administration and other respondents. She was, among other things, seeking the quashing of order dated April 7, 1982, cancelling the lease. Directions One of the camera operators shared, “These cameras will not challan vehicles like ambulances. The cameras will otherwise automatically record every traffic violation and save it in a folder. Then, the police can issue a challan. There is no need for staff to keep tracking the junctions for catching traffic violators.” Tribune News Service Chandigarh, September 28 As many as 59 cases of dengue have surfaced in Chandigarh this month, which is a rise of 200 per cent from the number of cases witnessed in September 2020. A total of 78 dengue cases have been registered in the city this year till now. In Three times the number logged in Sept last year September last year, Chandigarh saw only 19 cases of dengue, followed by 89 in October and 116 in November. This year, the rise in dengue cases started much earlier. Dr Amandeep Kang, Director, Health Services, UT, said, “We have sent samples to the PGI to check whether the dengue serotype-2 is found in Chandigarh. The reports are awaited. We have taken adequate measures to control the spread of dengue.” Panchkula, September 28 The police have arrested two persons in connection with the murder of a 37-year-old man with sharp weapons at the Majri Chowk bus stop on the night of Sunday. They have been identified as Ravinder Been (30), a native of Fatehgarh village in Jind, and Manish, alias Chhota Bahadur (21). At present, both were residing at Kharag Mangoli village in Panchkula. DCP Mohit Handa said teams had been constituted in the case. The detective staff in-charge, Inspector Mohinder Singh Dhanda, with the help of technical facilities, managed to arrest the two suspects involved in the murder of a 2017 murder accused, Rinku. During preliminary investigations, it was revealed that the victim and the suspects had an old rivalry and many cases have been registered against them. Some of the suspects in the case have undergone jail sentence also. The police said both suspects would be presented before the court tomorrow to seek their police remand. The police said they were yet to recover the sharp weapons used in the crime. — TNS Now, UT can spend ~260 cr more each financial quarter Chandigarh, September 28 For development of the city, the UT Administration will get ~260 crore each for the next two financial quarters – October to December and January to March. The Centre has withdrawn the 20 per cent cut that was imposed in the UT Budget during the Covid-19 pandemic. The Centre had suspended Bench imposes ~1-lakh costs on ‘unscrupulous litigant’ WHAT COURT OBSERVED The Bench said it was constrained to observe that the petitioner was an unscrupulous litigant. In spite of resumption proceedings attaining finality, she continued to be in possession of the public property and derive the benefit from the resumed property by collecting rent from a bank and other tenants. were also sought for quashing another order dated December 6, 1989, declining her revision petition. The Bench observed the petitioner was leased out the Sector 37 site in an open auction for 99 years on October 28, 1979, at a premium of ~1, 72,500. The Estate Officer cancelled the lease vide the impugned order, after the petitioner failed to deposit the instalments. The UT Chief Administrator, vide order dated August 3, 1984, accepted her appeal and restored the lease, subject to her depositing the entire outstanding amount c m y b within 30 days. But the petitioner preferred a revision petition instead of availing of the concession granted by the appellate authority. After the plea was dismissed, proceedings were initiated under the Public Premises (Eviction of Unauthorized Occupants) Act and notice dated August 18, 1999, was issued by the Estate Officer. “The propensity of the petitioner to continue in unauthorised possession of public premise can be clearly seen on account of her creating a Trust in the name of `Dispute Vest Settlement Centre withdraws 20% cut imposed due to Covid-19 20 per cent of the Budget expenditure for the UT, but now the Administration can spend the entire Budget in the remaining two quarters of this financial year. The stalled projects, which were put on hold due to the cut in the Budget, can be started now. The Centre had approved a Budget of ~5,186.12 crore for Chandigarh for the fiscal 20212022. Due to the economic slowdown during the pandemic, the government had directed the UT Administration to slash the expenditure continued on page 2 CHECKING STRAY MENACE House okays renting out 3.5 acres in Mohali villages to cattle breeders Sanjay Bumbroo Tribune News Service Mohali, September 28 Amidst uproar by Azad Group members as well as the ruling councillors, a meeting of the House of the Municipal Corporation today passed a resolution for renting out 3.5 acres to cattle breeders in Mohali villages to rid the city of the stray menace. Both ruling as well as Opposition councillors raised slogans against each other. Mayor Amarjit Singh Sidhu asked the Opposition councillors to state their objections to the resolution. When Opposition councillors started speaking out against the resolution, the ruling group councillors showed pictures of cattle roaming in the city and said the Opposition was in fact anti-people, as it was ques- Imposition of exemplary costs not a matter of discretion: HC Tribune News Service belt/face mask, zebra crossing parking and talking over the phone while driving,” said an official. MC Commissioner Anindita Mitra, said, “Our ongoing “Azadi Ka Amrut Mahotsav” event is also about independence from crime and traffic problems. And these cameras will help in a big way.” ■ Transfer of ownership on the basis of registered sale/gift/ Two nabbed for Majri Chowk murder Saurabh Malik FACEBOOK/CHANDIGARHTRIBUNE Electronic payment facility also introduced INBRIEF Zirakpur: A trader was allegedly robbed at knifepoint around 4 pm on Tuesday. The two unidentified robbers allegedly looted a gold bracelet and a gold chain of Manjot Singh, owner of Ashu Garments and Cosmetics near Patiala chowk, before leaving with the CCTV DVR. The victim said the robbers had visited to his shop earlier in the day around 11 am to buy some articles but left soon, saying that they did not have enough money. “The glass inside the shop was shattered and Manjot was injured in the incident,” said the police. TNS TWITTER/THETRIBUNECHD Chandigarh, September 28 Around 300 CCTV cameras installed on different junctions of the city are catching you live. A total of 2,000 cameras will go live at 287 junctions by December 31. For now, these cameras are being used for data collection on a trial basis and challaning will start only from January 2022. Under the project being undertaken by Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL), about 80 per cent of the total cameras have been installed and 300 are already live at various locations, including Tribune Chowk, Centra Mall, Faida barrier, Transport light point and Sector 20 Gurdwara light point. The server is at present SEVERE VERY POOR POOR MODERATE SATISFACTORY GOOD TRADER ROBBED AT KNIFEPOINT SUNRISE THURSDAY 6.15 AM 300 CCTV cameras catching you live, challaning to begin from Jan 59 401-500 301-400 201-300 101-200 51-100 0-50 BCCI chooses IS Bindra stadium for hosting a Test and a T20 international during Sri Lankan tour early next year. Five Estate Office services go online 47 MOHALI MAX 36°C | MIN 25°C | YESTERDAY MAX 35.8°C | MIN 25.1°C 53 PANCHKULA At the crack of dawn, MC teams hit the ground at Indira Colony green belt to undertake the augmentation work. PAGE 2 PCA TO HOST ONE TEST, ONE T20 DURING LANKA’S VISIT TO INDIA PRADEEP TEWARI FORECAST PAGE 2 75-HR ‘PLACEMAKING’ PROJECT KICKS OFF AT INDIRA COLONY Trust’ and then approaching `ADR Arbitral institute’. Arbitral proceedings were sought to be initiated by the petitioner in the absence of any agreement between the parties. The initiation of any such proceedings was without any sanctity in law...,” the Bench asserted Before parting with the case, the Bench added it would have no hesitation in holding that the instant petition at the hands of the petitioner was a complete abuse of the process of law. The case will now come up for hearing in November second week for compliance. A councillor raises a point during the MC House meeting. VICKY tioning such an important resolution. They said it was not wrong to rent out land to take strays out of the city and this would not only save precious lives lost in accidents but also help in restricting the blockage of sewerage and keep the city clean. Sidhu presented the resolution of leasing out the land to cattle breeders, which was passed unanimously by the House. MC Commissioner Kamal Garg moved an amendment to the resolution to rent the land in lieu of lease, which was accepted by the members. Senior Deputy Mayor Amrik Singh Somal, Deputy Mayor continued on page 2 PRADEEP TEWARI MOHALI LOGS 8 CASES Mohali: Eight fresh Covid cases have been reported in the district during the past 24 hours, taking the case tally to 68,727. While there has been no death due to Covid, one patient has recovered from the disease. Out of the eight cases, two were reported from Kharar and three each from Dhakoli and Mohali. There are 34 active cases in the district. TNS A girl gets vaccinated against Covid at the GMSH-16. TWO CASES IN UT Chandigarh: The city on Tuesday reported two cases of Covid-19 and no death due to the virus. A total of four patients were cured of the disease in the past 24 hours. TNS 4 TEST +VE IN P’KULA Panchkula: Four new cases of Covid-19 were reported from the district on Tuesday, taking the total count to 30,735. A 32-year-old man form Pinjore, a 53-year-old man and an 18-year-old girl from Sector 16 and a 53-year-old woman, also from Sector 16, were found positive for the virus. No death was reported on Tuesday. TNS
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