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Top 5 Haryana News | 13 July 2021 | Latest Haryana News

1. Children in schools will follow different routes. There will be no more than 30 students in any one section.

The Haryana Government took many important decisions to ensure safety for children, in light of Corona. The school bubble-1 and bubble-2 will provide education for children. Separate routes for children’s movement will be created according to their class. Children of all classes will have different entry and exit routes. A section-wise schedule will be published for school openings and closings. On Monday, Director Secondary J. Ganesan & Director Fundamental Education Anshaj Singh video conferences were held to discuss the opening and closing of schools for children in classes IX through XII starting July 16. For classes VI through VIII, the meeting was recorded. The safety of children was the main topic.

Both directors stated that there would be no more than 30 students per section due to Corona’s opening. To ensure the corona standards are adhered to in every school, two teachers will be assigned. At the school gate, the temperature of all children will be taken. All records for each class will also be kept on the computer. Corona prevention should be taught to school children. Every school should be provided with materials to help protect them from the corona. A school-level committee is needed to do this. Residential schools will be open for students in classes IX through XII starting July 22. They will adhere to the Kovid standards.

School-level committee

  • Chairman, School Management Committee Chairman.
  • The member secretary will be the school head.
  • PTI, DP will have two teachers per week.
  • Members will include students of NCC, NSS, and Scout Gait.
  • Capable youth from the same village-town ward
  • Computer teacher, also clerk member
  • Its members shall be the Speakers of all schools’ houses.

Their responsibility

  • To ensure safety (temperature control), students, teachers, and other visitors can enter and leave the school.
  • To clean the school premises, verandahs, and other buildings twice daily.
  • Each student must have water to wash their hands with soap.
  • To study in the school according to the timetable.
  • Get the needed counseling and medical help to quickly take action on Kovid cases in any class within the school.
  • If you notice any negligence, take the appropriate steps.
  • Students from one bubble shouldn’t come in contact with those of another bubble.

2. Raj Bhavan was visited by Bandaru Dattatreya, the new Governor. 15 people took the oath. CM and cabinet were also welcomed.

On Monday, Bandaru Dattatreya, the Governor of Haryana, arrived at Raj Bhavan in Chandigarh. On July 15, he will take the oath and secrecy. The oath will be administered by Ravi Shankar Jha, Chief Justice of Punjab and Haryana Supreme Court.

Raj Bhavan was reached by Chief Minister Manohar Lal, Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala, and Speaker of the Assembly Gyan Chaud Gupta. Cabinet colleagues also warmly welcomed him. The Governor was introduced by the Chief Minister to the Deputy Chief Minister Speaker of the Assembly and his Cabinet colleagues. His family members and the newly-appointed governor were also present.

The Governor saluted and visited the Raj Bhavan Guard of Honor. The HAP jawans of Haryana Police Academy Madhuban saluted the Governor by performing the national anthem, under the direction of DSP Abhilaksh Joshua. Bandaru Dattatreya then had refreshments with the Chief Minister and his associates.

They were informed by the Chief Minister about Haryana’s historical, cultural, and geographical background. He also gave details about major state government schemes and development projects. The Chief Minister stated that Haryana borders on three sides the national capital Delhi. Haryana is a unique country in sports and agriculture at both the national and international levels. The hosting of the Khelo India Youth Games in Haryana is an act of pride for the people.

Anil Vij (Health and Home Minister), Kanwarpal (Transport Minister Moolchand Singh), Kanwarpal (Education Minister Kanwarpal), Dr. Banwari Lal (Cooperative Minister), Minister of State Kamlesh Dhanda, Om Prakash Yadav (Minister of State Social Justice and Empowerment), Sandeep Singh (State Sports and Youth Affairs Minister) and Anoop Dhanak (Minister of State Archeology and Museums) were all present.

Vijay Vardhan is the Chief Secretary. Col Jasdeep Sandhu is Director Civil-Military Affairs Western Command. He is also Air Vice Marshal Western Air Command MV. The presence of many senior officials from the state government, including Rama Rao (from Western Command) and Major General Chhibber (from Western Command), was also felt.

3. The government will replace Manoj Yadava on July 31st, and the state will receive a new DGP the same day.

On July 31, the Haryana government will replace Manoj Yadava, Director General of Police (DGP). The government sent the date in writing to UPSC in its reply. A panel of seven names was also sent. One name will be stamped. Haryana government has included the names of PK Agarwal and RC Mishra as well as Mohammad Aqueel’s, Shatrujit Kapoor, and Desraj Singh.

PK Aggarwal is the top seniority order. Shatrujit Kapoor is also on the list. The decision on Haryana’s new DGP will be made only on July 31. UPSC asked for the release date of DGP Manoj Yodava before they revealed the name of the new DGP of Haryana. The Haryana government then expedited the release of DGP Manoj Yadava.

It is important to mention that Manoj Yadav, the Haryana Director General Police, had expressed his desire last month to return to IB. The state government accepted Manoj Yadav’s application and asked Manoj Yadav for his continued service in the post until a new DGP is appointed.

4. After a collision, two dumpers caught on fire. One youth was killed and two others were injured.

After a collision on Friday morning near Birhikalan, two dumpers caught on fire. Two others sustained injuries and a youth riding the dumper was killed in the accident. Sadar police station registered a case and began investigating.

Mustafin is a driver for dumpers. He is a Mandoli resident, Hans Vihar in Delhi. He and his son Mohammad Farman (20), reached Dadri in the early hours Friday morning with a dumper to collect dirt from the Atela crusher area. While overtaking the driver of the trolley from Dadri, near Birhi Kalan, on Dadri–Badhra road to Dadri, Mustafin’s dumper struck him from the front. Mustafin lost control and collided his dumper with another one coming from the front.

Due to a direct collision, both dumpers caught on fire. Mustafin, his son Farman and Farman were both in the window. Farman was not able to escape the window so Mustafin was forced to jump from the window. Farman was also in the side seat. Farman was burned alive in the dumper. The accident also caused injuries to the cleaner of the second dumper. The Sadar police station was informed and dispatched a fire engine to the scene. After that, both vehicles were put out of commission. The skeleton of Mohammad Farman, which was discovered on the seat of the driver of the dumper during the investigation was also found in the cabin.

Rising road accident graph

On the night of June 24, two dumpers collided along the Rawaldhi–Delhi bypass. One dumper driver sustained injuries while the other fled. Two trolleys collided on the Rawaldhi-Delhi bypass, killing one driver and injuring the other. Subedar, a Khedi Bura resident, also died three days after being crushed under the trolley at Dadri Mahaendragarh Road. The driver fled the scene.

A young man riding a dumper died from burning his body in the accident. A case against the father of the victim has been opened on his behalf. After an investigation into the cause of the accident, further action will be taken. Bir Singh, the in-charge at Sadar police station.

5. Haryana is experiencing an increase in monsoon activity, which means that there are good chances for rain until July 15.

The arrival of the monsoon is being delayed in Haryana. But, the hope for the monsoon in Haryana is slowly fading. Late Monday night, light rain fell in many parts of the state. People were uncomfortable throughout the day due to heat and humidity. However, light rain was accompanied by the wind in the evening which provided relief from the heat. The weather was variable throughout the state, and the highest temperature recorded in any district of the state, except Hisar, was below 38 degrees Celsius.

Hisar’s maximum temperature was 38.2 degrees Celsius. It was also 34.2 degrees Celsius in Karnal, Ambala, and Ambala. Concerning the night temperature, it was 34.2 degrees Celsius in Karnal and Ambala on Sunday night. The night temperature in Sirsa was 29.2 degrees Celsius.

According to HAU’s Agriculture Meteorological Department, monsoon winds from Uttar Pradesh are blowing into Haryana NCR and South Haryana districts. Light rain is expected to fall in different parts of the state, including the southwestern district, on Monday. It rained. The state is experiencing an increase in monsoon activity due to the formation of a low-pressure region in the Bay of Bengal. This means that there are good chances of rain in all districts of the state until July 15.


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