The 2000-batch Indian Administrative Service (IAS) officer was taken into ED custody under the relevant sections of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA).
Mamata Banerjee mentioned that West Bengal holds the top rank in implementing PM Awas Yojana, and since 2016-17, more than 32 lakh houses have been constructed.
Earlier this month, ED conducted raids at Pulse Hospital, Ranchi. The hospital owner is a close relative of Pooja Singhal, Secretary, Mines and Geology, in Jharkhand.
The federal agency is expected to record the statement of the 2000-batch Indian Administrative Service (IAS) officer under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA).
The officials said a number of incriminating documents that indicate political and higher bureaucracy links with alleged illegal mining activities in the state have been seized.
While the land measuring 1.947 hectare as per khata no-264 and plot no-1128 has reportedly been recorded as hill and constructions carried out between 2000 and 2021.
A report filed before the court indicated that the invasive species are a threat to the entire eco-system and if it is not arrested, the entire forest will vanish.
The plea by advocate Prashant Bhushan has said that there is currently a grave crisis faced by crores of workers under the scheme in the country.
We were not able to send our first two children to school as we were employed in a brick kiln. My next two children, a boy and a girl, are now studying in Class 10 and Class 9,” a beneficiary said.
AIADMK member Sellur K Raju said that the incumbent government is distributing medicines to public at their doorstep under the 'Makkalai Thedi Maruthuvam' scheme.
The Minister wondered how could Bandi Sanjay even show his face to the people during his padayatra.
Lack of roads and internet services has left tribals ‘high and dry’. When it comes to education, the situation is much worse in the 68 villages in the Jawadhu hills near Aniacut.
A couple said venomous insects crawl into houses during the night as makeshift huts lack doors.
In Gujarat, MGNREGA workers do not get wages even after hard work. Also, out of 32 lakh active workers in the state, only 35,000 got 100 days of work.
According to a senior official from Ranipet, the demand for MGNREGA jobs has shot up in recent times and they are trying to give jobs to a maximum number of people.