The civic chief said 10 residents were served notices under Section 188 for violating home quarantine norms. “We have served notices to 10 residents, who were told to remain under home quarantine but violated the orders,” Hardikar said.
A top official of Yes Bank told The Indian Express, “We had received permission from the RBI to transfer the amount. Therefore we transferred the amount through NEFT process to Bank of Baroda, which is as per PCMC’s request...,” he said.
“I spoke to Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on Sunday about the proactive steps that need to be taken to stop coronavirus from spreading. The government might soon make a decision in this connection as it was already planning to move faster,” said Chavan.
“The loudspeakers were played at full volume throughout the day on Tuesday. How can the police permit the playing of loudspeakers at such high volumes, especially at a time when SSC exams are underway?” said V Landge, a city resident.
“The CAA is not a threat to any citizen. Nobody will lose citizenship if the CAA is implemented. There is no need for any groups to fear and, therefore, protest against it,” he said. Nirgudkar claimed that the state government was also in favour of the CAA.
“All former and current Pune police officials are under the scanner,” said Anil Deshmukh, adding the Home departmnt has started reviewing the cases filed by Pune police, following a meeting he held with Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar in January.
“If politicians don’t give money, it won’t matter. Farmers don’t need loan waivers, we need to give them emotional support and comfort them. We need to talk to them. Loan waivers alone will not help, farmers are not beggars,” Patekar said during an open interview session at an event in Chinchwad on Wednesday.