1. A terrorist attack could be made on major metro cities, including Delhi. There is also the possibility of targeted killings
Pakistan’s intelligence agency ISI has the ability to attack several cities, including those in metro areas like Delhi. Terrorists may use human bombs and target killing to accomplish their goals.
These inputs were received by the country’s Intelligence Department as well as the Special Cell of Delhi Police. These inputs have been received and special attention is now being given to security arrangements in Delhi. Many places in Delhi have seen paramilitary forces deployed.
According to a senior officer of the Anti-Terrorist Cell Special Cell of Delhi Police, the blast occurred on June 23rd outside Hafiz Saeed’s residence in Jauhar House, Lahore. India is not involved in this attack.
Hafiz Saeed and ISI can excuse terrorist attacks by launching terror attacks. ISI can convince terrorists to carry out human bombings or target killings.
Inputs have indicated that it is possible to target important buildings and crowded areas of the country. In crowded areas, small bomb blasts are possible.
In metro areas of the country, drones can be used to attack. Information has also been received that the ISI has prepared a strategy and that sleeper cells, gangsters and other people can be used to carry out terrorist activities in the country.
Officials from the Intelligence Department stated that the drone attack in Jammu was a retaliation to the bomb blast at Hafiz Saeed’s home. The Delhi Police is doing everything possible to prevent terrorist attacks. From time to time, mock drills are conducted.
Special cell team departs for Lucknow to be interrogated
The Special Cell of Delhi Police has departed for Lucknow, UP to begin the interrogation. Special Cell will question Al Qaeda terrorists who were arrested by the UP ATS. Six terrorists were also arrested by the Special Cell after it discovered the Pan India module of Al Qaeda.
Special Cell police officers claim that Umar Al Mandi, a terrorist who was arrested by UP ATS, is actually Syed Akhtar. He now calls himself Omar Al Mandi and has changed his name. In the Delhi case, this terrorist is wanted. Ali Mandi is believed to be in close proximity to Al-Qaeda terrorist Mohammad Sharjeel Isman. They have been in contact many times.
2. Baba Ram Rahim’s condition deteriorated and he was returned to Rohtak following an investigation at AIIMS
Baba Gurmeet Ram Rahim (53 years old) was sentenced to a 20-year term in Sadhvi sexual abuse case. His health has deteriorated again. At 5.30 am on Tuesday, he was taken to Delhi AIIMS by Sunaria Jail in Rohtak (Haryana). All medical examinations were performed here, including an endoscopy. He was then taken to the Sunari Jail in tight security.
According to the AIIMS management, Ram Rahim was experiencing abdominal pain and pancreatitis. According to doctors, this could also be caused by diabetes. Ram Rahim’s health was not in danger after an investigation. The goldsmith jail management released Ram Rahim under tight security.
In June, health began to decline, 2017 saw Ram Rahim was sentenced to 20 years imprisonment by a Panchkula CBI court for sexual abuse of two sadhvis. Panchkula was also subject to violence that day. Gurmeet Rahim was sent to Rohtak Sunaria Jail for security. Ram Rahim’s health began to deteriorate in June. After a thorough health check by a panel of doctors from the Postgraduate Institute of Medical Sciences in Rohtak, he was returned to Sunaria prison.
When his health was deteriorating again in June, he was admitted to Gurugram’s Medanta Hospital and tested for corona. A day later, he was declared positive. After being in Medanta for four nights, he was released. For his safety, approximately 10 policemen were deployed under the DSP’s leadership.
3. Closed: Seelampur Markets, Rani Bagh Main Markets, and Sultanpuri Vegetable Markets. Kovid rules were broken
Corona rules have resulted in three Delhi markets being closed. This includes Rani Bagh Market, Sultanpuri Sabzi Mandi, and Seelampur Market. These markets have been closed by the concerned district administration. The administration has instructed the police to follow their orders. The administration has asked him to take strict action against shopkeepers who don’t follow the orders.
According to the order of the district administration, the Kovid protocol was not being observed in these markets. Vendors and market associations could not convince the public to adhere to the Kovid rules, nor could they control the crowd. Rapid corona infection can be caused by overcrowding at the market. The administration decided to close the market.
In addition, it was stated that any shopkeeper who is not following the instructions in the closed market area will be subject to strict prosecution under the Epidemic Act. During this time, however, shops that provide essential services will be open.
The district administration also requested that the market association prepare and present a plan for following the Kovid protocol over the next three. Ghaffar, Lajpat Nagar, and Laxmi Nagar markets were also closed earlier for not following the Kovid protocol.
4. DDA will rent houses to the poor and migrants in Delhi
The Delhi Development Authority (DDA), will now rent houses to migrants and poor urbanites who are coming from other states to make their living. DDA included the Affordable Rental Housing Complex (ARHC), scheme in its Delhi Master Plan-2021. This important plan was approved by the Delhi Master Plan-2021 on Tuesday.
Anil Baijal, DDA Chairman, led a meeting of the authority via video conferencing. The meeting included Anurag Jain, vice president of DDA, and members of the authority: MLA Vijender Jain, Somnath Bharti, OP Sharma, and Kailash Sankla, Southern Corporation Councilor Kailash Sankla.
DDA will construct and maintain affordable, strong, and durable rented homes for urban migrants and the poor under the ARHC scheme. DDA will construct the houses that will be rented according to the ARHC scheme of the Government of India. This decision was made by the authority at its meeting of 18 March.
After approval by DDA, the final notification will be sent to the Union Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs. The Rental Housing Complex will have all the normal amenities as per the approved norms. There will be single and double bedrooms. Also, the parking norms that were already in place have been modified.
Proposal for CRPF Transit camp near New Delhi Railway Station
The DDA made important changes to the parking regulations that were already in place at Tuesday’s meeting. Delhi’s parking lots are campus-based. However, there is legislation that allows for basement parking depending on the area. However, it is clear that the majority of people commute by public transport.
Therefore, parking spaces are not being used properly. DDA now has decided to build parking according to the number of residential units. In the case of banquet halls, parking regulations have been raised in accordance with the National Green Tribunal’s orders.
The DDA proposed Tuesday’s meeting to establish a transit camp near New Delhi Railway Station in order to mobilize and deploy CRPF teams. The public will have the opportunity to make suggestions. It will be constructed on Bhavabhuti Marg, covering 1.94 acres (7850.90 square m). It will be built in the same manner as District Centers that were established in Delhi.
5. The Monsoon was the worst hit in the last 19 years, but rain provided relief from the heat
On Tuesday, the silence of monsoon that had been raging over the past few days was broken. People were relieved by the intermittent rain that fell since the morning. It is the first time that the monsoon reached Delhi this late in the last 19 years. The monsoon arrived in Delhi earlier in 2002 on the 19th of July. A yellow alert is issued for rain and heavy rain within the next 24 hours.
Winds were blowing low from the Bay of Bengal for the past four days. This caused conditions to prevail in Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, and Punjab along with moist winds. Despite the rains in neighboring states, Delhi residents had to wait for rain. On Monday night, however, the weather changed and it began to rain in Delhi as early as the morning. The rising mercury provided relief for the people as it rained intermittently throughout the day. After a cloudy day, the sun rose for a time in the evening. People felt more sultry because of this.
Delay from June 27th, the monsoon arrived July 13th
Since last month, the Meteorological Department has been making announcements about the monsoon’s arrival. According to the department, the monsoon would arrive in Delhi around June 15, despite the weather conditions. It was expected that it would arrive by June 27, as per the schedule. It was not possible due to the monsoon. However, it was possible around 22 June. However, Monsoon remained far from Delhi. According to the department, the monsoon would arrive in Delhi by June’s end. The monsoon did not arrive at the 10 July announcement, and Delhi remained dry for quite some time. Despite the fact that it wasn’t raining, wet winds from the Bay of Bengal had arrived in Delhi. The wait is over for Delhi and Delhi has finally seen its first monsoon rains.
The Meteorological Division reported that the low-level winds from the Bay of Bengal continued. However, the winds from the west were also blowing. It was therefore not raining in certain areas of Punjab and Chandigarh in Punjab, Haryana Haryana, Delhi, East Rajasthan, East Rajasthan in north India. The southwest monsoon reached central India 10 days earlier than expected, arriving in Kerala two days late. It was moving at a slower rate in North-West India.
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