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Delhi PWD identifies 86 spots to install 600 LED screens, invites bids

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The Delhi Public Works Department (PWD) has recognized around 86 distinct areas across the city, including at borders, rail line stations and Metro stations, to introduce 600 LED screens through which it will illuminate residents about the arrangements and drives attempted by the public authority for the government assistance of individuals.

Of the 86 areas distinguished, 34 screens will be introduced at the New Delhi, Old Delhi and Nizamuddin rail line stations, 16 at Kashmere Gate and Sarai Kale Khan ISBT, 12 on Airport Road and 72 on Delhi boundaries like Tikri, Auchandi, Lampur, Singh, Ghazipur, Badarpur and others.

Moreover, around 76 LED screens will be introduced at around 19 Delhi Metro stations and all ring streets, intersections and different spots in the city with high footfall.

The goal behind introducing the LED screens is to feature the work done by the public authority and spread mindfulness about new plans, while additionally showing public helplines, Covid refreshes, the significance of Covid conventions, contamination information, realistic movies, social messages, data with respect to arrangements, and other applicable subtleties of public interest.

Public-arranged data in regards to doorstep conveyance, medical clinics and dispensaries distributed for Covid therapy with the quantity of beds accessible, oxygen, ventilator office and others will likewise be shown, authorities said.

PWD authorities said offers have been welcomed for the establishment of the LED screens. The screens will be introduced on PWD streets having Right of Way (ROW) of 80 feet above, convergences, T-focuses with ROW of 80 feet or more and section/leave points of Metro stations with weighty footfall.

Need will be given to streets having ROW 200 ft, 150 ft, 100 ft and streets having huge traffic volume and weighty footfall, said authorities.

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Massive fire at Amritsar government medical college hospital, no casualty reported

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A massive fire broke out at Guru Nanak Dev Hospital in Punjab’s Amritsar on Saturday. Flares were seen emerging from the clinic complex in a video shared by news organization ANI. The reason for the fire is obscure.

Fire Officer Lovepreet Singh said, “Initially, the fire broke out in the transformers. Eight fire tenders reached on spot. The fire is under control. No injuries reported.”

Punjab CM Bhagwant Mann later guaranteed that he is investigating the matter, and is persistently checking the help work.

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Mundka Fire Tragedy: Delhi CM Kejriwal orders probe, announces Rs 10 lakh relief for kin of deceased

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Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has reported a remuneration of Rs 10 lakh each for groups of the individuals who passed on in the fire in Mundka on Friday. The individuals who have sustained injuries will be given Rs 50,000 as remuneration. Kejriwal has additionally requested an authoritative test into the occurrence.

Something like 27 individuals passed on and a few others were harmed when fire inundated a four-story business working close to Mundka Metro station in Outer Delhi.

“It was an enormous fire, many individuals were killed, and their bodies were singed to the degree that they couldn’t be distinguished. We have sent help to recognize the absent and the dead,” Kejriwal said.

A few group were caught inside the structure, with the police expressing that there was only one exit. The individuals who were stuck inside broke windows and designed ropes out of garments to get away.

Fire authorities struggled the fire and smoke when they previously arrived at the structure and the genuine degree of the misfortune turned out to be clear just until quite a bit later when burned bodies were found.

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Four thieves steal Rs 13.28 lakh from ATM in Gurgaon

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Four unidentified criminals supposedly took Rs 13.28 lakh from an ATM of a private bank in Gurgaon Friday. Police said the charges are yet to be recognized, and a fundamental test has tracked down that the denounced utilized a gas shaper to cut open the machine and splashed paint on CCTVs prior to getting away.

As per police, the occurrence was accounted for on Friday at Sector 75 An after the installment arrangements supplier, which takes care of the security of the ATM, recorded a police protest.

In the FIR, the complainant expressed that on Friday night, they got data that unidentified people had broken the lock of the ATM stall and taken the money. “It was observed that every one of the cameras had been harmed and showered with dark paint and the machine had been cut from the side. An aggregate of Rs 13.28 lakh cash was taken,” read the FIR. Police said they were actually taking a look at CCTVs nearby to recognize the charged.

Police said they have enlisted an FIR against the unidentified charged under IPC Sections 380 (burglary in a house, abiding, and so on), 457 (prowling house-trespass around evening time), and 34 (normal aim) at Kherki Daula police headquarters.

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