A meeting between BJP Delhi leaders, commissioners of the three municipal corporations and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on the controversial issue of the sealing drive underway in Delhi markets ended in chaos on Tuesday.
Domestic breeding of mosquitoes is one of the main factors responsible for people contracting these vector-borne diseases. Water coolers, storage utensils, bird and dog-feeders left in rain, are known to be typical places where aedes mosquito breeds.
The order was passed by a bench of Acting Chief Justice Gita Mittal and Justice C Hari Shankar which said there has been "wilful violation and disobedience" of court orders to collect and dispose of garbage.
As the strike by MCD workers entered its fifth day on Sunday (January 31), Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) ministers, legislators and volunteers took a cue from their party symbol and hit the roads, broom in hand.
New Delhi, Feb 08 (ANI): Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) union leader RB Uthwal, on Monday said that the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) Government should clear all dues of workers pending since 2003 if it wanted to put an end to the ongoing strike. Uthwal further said that the wages given by the Delhi Government on the condition of that temporary workers being removed from their respective duties won't be accepted. He stressed that the only way to end the strike is to give permanent jobs to these workers and clear all pending dues. He further asked the Delhi High Court to pay attention to the condition of poor workers and their families before giving its final judgement on the strike.
New Delhi, Jan 27 (ANI): Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) workers protested outside Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's residence over non-payment of dues, which are due for months. It is resulting in immense financial burden on them. This is for the second time this month that the MCD employees are on a strike. The MCD officials said as a result of the protest, MCD services will be affected for some days. The cash-strapped North and East Delhi civic bodies have been unable to pay salaries to workers for three to four months now. There are over one lakh sanitation workers waiting for their salaries.