A copy of the quotation notice accessed by The Indian Express, dated May 15, reads, “South DMC is organising Buniyaad programme for students of primary schools. Quotations are invited for providing refreshments to 1 lakh students of SDMC. Bidders may drop their quotation by May 18.”
The BJP-ruled civic bodies have undertaken sealing drive initiated by the Supreme Court-appointed monitoring committee. Commercial premises have been sealed for failing to deposit conversion charges according to provisions in the master plan.
According to Kaushal Kumar, he was working in his shop in Kailash Colony in south Delhi on January 5, 1999, when the MCD official came there and took away his belongings and threatened to kill him if he was seen working there again.
The bench was a hearing a plea seeking a direction to the authorities to ensure that the workers of East and North Delhi Municipal Corporations call off their strike, which started on October 11 and October 16 respectively, and resume work.
North MCD mayor Preety Agarwal said, “We have told SDMC and the Azadpur Mandi not to dump their waste here. With regard to those who live at the site, who will be out of livelihood, we have some plans.”
"You regulate their working hours, there will be a visible difference in Delhi today and tomorrow," the bench said to MCDs, adding, "because of your lack of will to work, people of Delhi cannot be made to suffer from malaria, dengue and chikungunya."
Delhi markets shutdown photos: Markets in Chandni Chowk, Karol Bagh, Kamla Nagar, Khan Market, South Extension, Greater Kailash, Lajpat Nagar are likely to remain closed on Friday and Saturday to protest against the recent sealing drives in the capital.