Three municipal corporations will set up exclusive Covid facilities, including beds with oxygen supply, for children
The elections were due in April, however, given the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, the polls have been postponed four times. The polling is scheduled for June 16.
Nineteen of these 23 patients left the hospital even before they could be shifted from emergency area to wards inside the hospital, the statement quoted North Delhi Mayor Jai Prakash as saying.
North MCD urges Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal to ensure availability of cremation material
The mayor said arrangements have been made to minimise the inconveniences faced by city residents who have to go one place to another to get information about all cremation grounds.
Besides officials of the health department, North Delhi mayor Jai Prakash and commissioner Sanjay Goel attended the meeting.
Justice Prathiba M Singh also did not put on hold any investigation or trial in connection with the FIR which was ordered to be lodged by the Lokayukta in January last year.
Having been unpaid for four months now, the association, which represents permanent senior doctors of all three municipal corporations, had called for an indefinite strike.
However, the doctors also said that it was very unfortunate that the nonpayment of their salaries is a 'very small issue in the eyes of our mayor'.
In a statement issued late night on Wednesday, the RDA threatened that its members will go on a complete indefinite strike, if the demands are not met.
Continuing with its ‘Wall of Kindness’ project, the North Delhi Municipal Corporation on Thursday inaugurated the third wall in front of a cremation ground at Panchkuia Road.
The BJP’s sitting candidate from Nangloi has also accused the Commissioner of wrong doings.
The PWD complaint filed at the Kotwali Police Station stated that some unknown people kept the prefabricated structure at the median near Kucha Mahajani in Chandni Chowk on February 18.
The new pre-fabricated steel structure was erected in the wee hours of Friday allegedly by local residents and traders.
The North MCD on Thursday started a survey of properties for assessing the tax. On the first day more than 1,200 property owners were issued notice over property tax in the Karol Bagh zone.