1125 people did Kovid Vaccination in the camp

1125 people did Kovid Vaccination in the camp

 Under the joint aegis of Forty and Rajesh Kalani Foundation, a mega vaccination camp was organized at Maheshwari Samaj Janopyogi Bhawan, Patrakar Colony. Forty President Suresh Agarwal presided over the camp organized under the guidance of Adarsh ​​Nagar MLA Rafiq Khan. On the other hand, Inspector General of Police Rajesh Meena was the special guest. Kovid vaccination of 1125 people was done in the camp. Both the vaccines Covishield and Covaccine were installed in the camp. Foundation's Chief Trustees Suresh Kalani, Puneet-Tarun Kalani, Mahesh Sabu, Ajay Sarda, Vaibhav Somani, Ayush Lohia, Forty's Chief Secretary Girdhari Lal Khandelwal were present here.

Establishment of Oxygen Plant in the Hospital
The number of oxygen plants in the hospitals of the capital is being increased continuously. On Monday, the management of Dana Shivam Hospital established the plant in the hospital premises itself. It has a production capacity of 70 cylinders per day. Hospital CEO Dr. SP Yadav told that the plant was inaugurated in the presence of Dr. Shalini Tomar Garsa, Director Dr. Sunil Kumar Garsa, Chief Manager Narendra Somra.


Mines below, houses above - houses in danger, those responsible have kept their eyes closed

Mines below, houses above - houses in danger, those responsible have kept their eyes closed

The settlements on top of the gravel mines at various places in the city are expressing the possibility of an accident. Houses are being built continuously on the high dunes of gravel. There is no one to stop them and no one to stop them. The officers who are responsible for preventing encroachment have kept a blind eye. Due to ignorance and greed, poor, needy families are building their houses on gravel dunes. When a house or business work starts, the process of construction work starts around it.

People are settling at many places including Mohta Sarai area, Jain School to Gopeshwar Basti Road, Mohta Sarai to Sheetla Gate Road, Harolai Hanuman Mandir to Karmisar Road. Dozens of houses have been built on top of the mines. Many residential buildings have been built from two to three storeys.

Due to the movement of gravel mound at any time due to rain or earthquake, the houses built on it can collapse in the deep mine. Every year during the rainy season, accidents occur due to submergence in these mines. Many houses have been built on the banks of deep mines. The gates and bars of the houses are opening towards the mines. Public representatives and officials are keeping silent after seeing this dangerous situation.