Prime Minister Narendra Modi has always made it clear that his aim as well as the government’s purpose is to serve 135 crore Indians.
The spirit of ‘seva’ has been a guiding light for the government in each step it has taken.
Be it serving the people by mobilising resources during the pandemic or ensuring that food grains reach the poor, be it procuring record quantities of agri-produce at MSP from farmers or enabling better working conditions for workers, it is the spirit of service that is visible.
Click the link below, to can get a glimpse of ‘7 Years Of Seva of the Modi government, which has strived to serve India and fulfil the aspirations of the people
Via CMO Maharashtra. Excerpts:
A. Municipal Corporation areas of Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai, Thane Municipal Corporation, Pune Municipal Corporation, Pimpri-Chinchwad Municipal Corporation, New Mumbai Municipal Corporation, Kalyan Dombivali Municipal Comoration, Vasai-Virar Municipal Corporation, Nagpur Municipal Corporation, Aurangabad Municipal Corporation and Nashik Municipal Corporation (all municipal corporation areas with population of more than a million as per 2011 census) shall be considered as separate administrative units
B. Reference date for current order is 29th May, 2021. Positivity data used shall be for the week ending on this reference date and occupancy of Oxygen beds shall be taken as on this reference date.
C. In administrative units defined as in ‘A’ above, where the positivity rate is equal to or less than 10% and the occupancy of total oxygen beds available therein is less than 40%, following relaxations to the orders dated 12th May, 2021 (and any clarifications/ additions thereof) shall be applicable –
a. All essential shops that are currently allowed to operate between 7 AM and It AM may be allowed to operate between 7 AM and 2 PM
b. In the case of all non- essential shops (stand-alone shops. not inside shopping centers/ malls), decision regarding the allowing of opening of such shops along with the time limit for the functioning of the same may be taken by respective Disaster Management authorities. These, if allowed to open, however shall not be opened beyond that allowed for essential shops and shall not be allowed to open on weekends.
c. Delivery of Non-EsSential items along with essential items through E-Commerce may be allowed in such districts.
d. Post 3 PM there shall be restrictions on movement cxcept for medical and other emergencies, or for home deliveries allowed under the order dated 12. May, 2021.
e. All Government offices, except those involved directly for corona work in the said districts can function with 25% attendance. Respective DMA may allow more than this percentage of attendance if concerned HOD requests so. In MCGM area, for 001 and GOM establishments, these permissions shall be granted by Chief Secretary of State of Maharashtra.
f. Agriculture sector related shops may remain open till 2 PM on weekdays. Respective DMA however may extend this timings on weekdays or may allow for some period on weekends, taking into the considerations of the requirements of sowing season and in view of impending monsoon.
D. In the case of administrative units defined as in ‘A’ above, where the positivity rate is more than 20% or where occupancy of the oxygen beds available therein is more than 75% restrictions imposed Ade ‘Break the Chain’ Orders dated 12. May, 2021 shall be augmented with the following:
a. The district borders of such districts be sealed and no influx or outflow of persons into or from the district may be allowed. Only in the case of death in the family or on medical grounds or for performing duty relating to any
emergency and/or essential services related to COVID 19 management, a person may be allowed to enter or leave the district with no other exceptions.
E. In all the other administrative units as defined in ‘A’ above, that do not fall under the conditions mentioned in points ‘C’ & ‘D’, all the current restrictions imposed vide Break the Chain Orders dated 121h May, 2021 and clarifications / additions thereof will continue as they stand on reference date.
F. It is re-emphasised that –
a. There are no restrictions for cargo movements and deliveries to shops/ establishments beyond the opening time of these arc allowed for the purposes of replenishments of stock.
There shall however be no serving of any customers beyond pemittcd times over the counter. Anyone breaking these orders shall be closed down till the period notification of Corona Pandemic is in operation in addition to fines mentioned in order dated 12th May, 2021.
Simply phenomenal! – researchers at IIT Hyderabad have developed oral tablets of AmphotericinB to treat post COVID19 fungal infections.Dr Harsh vardhan – union health minister
Funded by DST India’s Nanomission, the team has kept tech free of IP rights to enable quick mass production of the drug, once approved.
Visited COVID19 patients undergoing treatment in the corona ward of the Coimbatore ESI Hospital, wearing a PPE suit and inquired about their health.
Along with Medicine, words of comfort too plays a role in cure. Tamil Nadu Govt is here to give that hope and comfort!
I went inside the Covid ward to reassure, the frontline workers including the doctors who are risking their lives to serve, the patients, and their families
We will overcome this pandemic.
Ministry of Ports, Shipping and Waterways:
Union Minister of State for Ports, Shipping & Waterways Shri Mansukh Mandaviya in the presence of Chief Minister of Goa Shri Pramod Sawant inaugurated the second floating jetty at Old Goa virtually today on the occasion of Goa statehood day.
Shri Mandaviya expressed hope that the floating jetty at Old Goa will prove a game changer for the tourism sector of Goa.
He also announced that Panjim and Old Goa will be connected by ferry and cruise services. The Minister said the jetty will offer safe, hassle free transportation to the tourists. The Minister lauded the work done by Government of Goa in making tourism sector a growth engine of the state.
The Government of India has approved setting up of two Concrete floating jetties on River Mondovi (NW-68) to connect Old Goa and Panjim.
This is the second floating jetty constructed on River Mondovi (NW-68). Earlier, the first jetty located at Captain of Ports, Panjim Goa was inaugurated by Minister of Ports Shipping & Waterways in presence of Chief Minister of Goa on 21st February 2020 at Panjim.
Concrete floating jetties have many advantages over the fixed jetties. – Their price is approximately 1/5th of the price of fixed jetty. Similarly they are quicker to build and install, easier to use.
The designed life of floating jetty is up to 50 years. Also, being floating structures they don’t need CRZ clearances. They can be increased in size or reduced as per changes in users’ requirement or the changes in jetty site’s hydrographic profile.
Wishing the people on Goa Statehood Day, the Minister said the government of India along with the state government is committed to the development of the state.
He said Murmugaon Port has also contributed significantly in the development of the state.
Union Minister of State for Ayush Shri Shripad Yesso Naik and Minister for Ports, Government of Goa, Shri Michael Lobo, were also present on the occasion.
Visited Cyclone Yaas affected areas in Bhadrak post the aerial survey.Dharmendra Pradhan – Union Minister
Most of the areas are still water-logged.
I also interacted with the villagers, they told me that the severe storm has extensively damaged their crops and houses. One of their key demands was a pucca house.
I also joined the relief work being carried out by BJP Odisha karyakartas as a part of the ‘Sewa Hi Sangathan’ initiative.
Our mission is to speed up relief and rehabilitation, extend all support and ensure that normal life returns for those affected by the cyclone.
Karnataka is No. 1 State in South India in vaccination drive.
The drive will move faster as vaccine delivery is picking pace, thanks to GOI support.
State received the following on May 29 under the GOI quota:
80,000 doses of COVAXIN
2,17,310 doses of COVISHIELD
Happy to have visited the restored Fitzgerald Fountain at Metro junction earlier today.Aaditya Thackeray – Minister, Maharashtra Govt.
First installed in 1867, it had been moved out in the 1960s.
Now it is restored to its full glory and back with the lamp, drinking water spouts and fountains, thanks to our conservationists
Having visited this monument earlier during the ongoing restoration works, one can only appreciate its beauty and marvel inside and outside.
The only other twin was in Northampton, UK, but apparently no longer. Thus, this is a unique monument now.
We are restoring all the old pyaus, milestones and such monuments in the State. This is an important footprint of our heritage and engineering marvels that we hold since the past. If we may see it, they are utilities merged with public art.
Thank our faith leaders who partook in the Special Program for Prayer.
It was a precious time of prayer & worship & we were all immensely blessed by it.
May God’s grace stay with us, may His divine protection stay with our frontline workers & may He bring healing to our land.