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Kumar said he was sure that the people of Bihar would reject the crass hobnobbing between communal and regional chauvinists during elections, Swaraj India on Friday released it manifesto for MCD polls.“Swaraj India is not presenting a long list of promises for the sake of getting elected Swaraj India makes only one promise: To serve Delhi with a clean heart and to make Delhi a clean city Our aim is ‘saaf dil saaf Dilli’ It’s not a mere claim rather the party has a concrete action-plan to make Delhi a truly clean city” said Swaraj India’s national president Yogendra Yadav “This is for the first time that any political party has made environment its central theme in electoral politics We believe in it In Delhi which is a global city pollution is a burning issue It has given a bad name to India No political party is bothered about it It’s not even treated as a secondary issue” added Anupam What does Swaraj India’s manifesto promise Pollution-free Delhi: Main streets and lanes will be swept at night and washed so that it is not dusty during the day; restrictions will be imposed on builders from creating construction-related dust pollution; strict restrictions will be imposed on burning plastic and leaves anywhere in the city Epidemic-free Delhi: MCD will run ‘Mission Dengue’ so that mosquito breeding is prevented round the year and prompt diagnosis and free treatment of dengue malaria and chikungunya is possible A control room will be set up for rainwater drainage in the city Clean Delhi: All public places shall have toilets Beautification of public parks Regular licenses will be issued for pushcart vendors with fixed places of operation to avoid bribing inspectors and policemen and clogging of streets Licensed food carts will be under special surveillance for hygiene Swaraj in Delhi: In all decisions related to keeping a locality clean views of Residents’ Welfare Association (RWA) and Basti Sabha (slum body) will be taken All RWAs will receive a consolidated grant for local maintenance and upkeep Liquor vends in residential areas will be shut down if women oppose it Schools and hospitals: Opinion of parents of students will be taken while running MCD schools Vacant posts in schools will be filled Demand will be made to Delhi Government to either run MCD schools or provide grant for meeting all expenses for the schools MCD hospital will be handed over to Delhi government if the latter wants it Condition of small dispensaries will be improved Clean Delhi Mission: All citizens and especially school children will be involved in ‘Clean Delhi Mission’ for cleaner environment “At a time when the political parties responsible for the present deplorable state of MCD are again making appeals for votes Swaraj India has emerged as a true alternative BJP which has ruled MCD for the last ten years is directly responsible for the filth and corruption that MCD is marred with While Congress is at the root of every problem and scam of Delhi AAP has only betrayed the public in the last two years” Yadav said Kolkata: Trinamool Congress today said there is a risk of riots if a BJP government comes to power at the Centre and people are worried about it "If there is a BJP government then there is a risk of riots People are worried about it" TMC general secretary Partha Chatterjee told reporters here Representational Image Reuters Alleging that the BJP was communal while the Congress is corrupt the TMC leader said people must vote for their party leader Mamata Banerjee When asked about comparison of West Bengal with Gujarat he said the Trinamool government takes care of every section of the society in West Bengal "Ours is a model of how to bring inclusive development by focusing on health and education sectors It cannot be compared with any other state including that of Modi" Chatterjee said PTI Paris: French lawmakers on Wednesday voted in favour of measures to change the constitution following the November 13 jihadist attacks on Paris but doubts remain as to whether the package will be fully adopted The amendment including a hotly contested measure to strip convicted terrorists of their French nationality was passed by the National Assembly with 317 votes for to 199 against clearing a first hurdle towards adoption The package must now gain the support of the Senate or upper house of parliament and then three-fifths of the Congress the body formed when both houses of France’s parliament come together to debate revisions to the constitution French President Francois Hollande AP Prime Minister Manuel Valls said he was satisfied with the result He said he was "sure" the amendments would receive a majority in the Congress The stakes were high for President Francois Hollande who announced in the emotional aftermath of the shootings and suicide bombings that killed 130 people in Paris in November that he wanted to revise the constitution to toughen the fight against terror If the measures had fallen at the first stage it could have dealt a fatal blow to Hollande’s ambitions of re-election in 2017 Valls had on Tuesday warned lawmakers from his Socialist Party that voting against the measures would "put the government in difficulty and leave the president in a minority" The fact that the move to strip terror convicts of their nationality barely scraped through by 162 votes to 148 in a separate vote on Tuesday suggests the collective package faces many more obstacles ‘Pointless’ Writing on his Twitter account ahead of Wednesday’s vote right-wing politician Alain Juppe a former prime minister seen as the frontrunner in next year’s presidential election dismissed the reforms as "pointless" and said they "divide all the parliamentary groups — to be avoided" Cecile Duflot a member of the green EELV party and a former minister in Hollande’s government urged her fellow MPs to "resist the blackmail" posed by the nationality measure Another of the proposed measures would enshrine in the constitution the state of emergency currently in force giving greater powers to security forces Rights groups and left-wing lawmakers say they believe police are abusing the additional powers rounding up suspects with little proof But it is the nationality measure that has deeply divided Hollande’s party notably prompting the resignation of Christiane Taubira as justice minister last month In addition Hollande’s former prime minister Jean-Marc Ayrault has publicly condemned the proposal But the government insists the measures are necessary as France faces a continued high threat from jihadist attack Valls said Tuesday the terrorist threat was "without doubt more serious than before November 13" The Islamic State group claimed responsibility for the carnage in Paris saying it was in response to French air strikes against the group in Iraq and Syria It was the second time in a year that jihadists had struck at the French capital In January 2015 gunmen attacked the offices of the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo and a 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He said that the Bill was passed in 2010-11 only when the Centre said that the allocations under the 13th Plan would not come if the Bill was not passed For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Islamabad | Published: July 22 2017 2:25 pm The Panama Papers last year revealed that Sharif sons and daughter owned offshore companies which managed their family’s properties Top News Pakistan’s macroeconomic stability earned in the past three years could be undermined if the country fails to continue with its reforms the IMF has warned amid the political tension over the sensitive Panama Papers case Resident Representative of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to Pakistan Tokhir Mirzoev said the economic stability needed to be used to make the gains achieved through it more permanent Mirzoev cautioned that the present trends could undermine macroeconomic stability “if the reforms do not continue” The warning came amidst looming political instability in the run up to a verdict in the high-profile Panama Papers case against beleaguered Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his family for alleged corruption and money laundering The Supreme Court yesterday reserved its judgement in the case after concluding the hearings It is not clear if the verdict would unleash chaos in the country The Panama Papers last year revealed that Sharif sons and daughter owned offshore companies which managed their family’s properties The assets in question include four expensive flats in Park Lane London “The moment of opportunity earned through the stabilisation programme is a hard-earned opportunity to advance deeper structural transformation of the economy to ensure future stability” Mirzoev told the Dawn newspaper He said the key trends were widening of the current account deficit and a still vulnerable fiscal framework Pakistani economy has made progress in the last three years The IMF has projected that Pakistan’s economy will continue to grow at a healthy pace in 2017 and 2018 The IMF had raised its GDP growth forecast for Pakistan for FY 2017 from 47 to 5 per cent and projected GDP growth of 55 per cent Noting that the budgeted revenue would require a “significant effort” Mirzoev said the decline in reserves and the growing current account deficit were sources of concern “Currently the economy is flying on one engine and that engine is importing sectors while the second engine — exports — is lagging” he said Mirzoev said that the greater exchange rate flexibility will help rectify this imbalance but beyond that the government will need to engage with the exporter community more proactively to develop the plans to revive exports “Adding more generation capacity to the system is crucial but more generation without reforming a leaky distribution system could add to the circular debt and may compromise long-term sustainability of new energy projects In this context finding a permanent solution to power sector arrears will be critical in the period ahead” Mirzoev said when asked about the nature of the reforms to be undertaken Mirzoev is currently on rounds meeting with business and opinion leaders around the country following the latest Article IV report released by the fund this week “One important message of the report is the need to rebalance the federal-provincial fiscal relations There are important gaps in the devolution of resources and responsibilities to the provinces under the last NFC award” he said He said that the accord had created a mismatch between provincial government incentives and responsibilities “The provincial governments should be empowered but the devolution of powers needs to be better aligned with the devolution of resources; and the interests of the provinces could be better aligned with those of the centre and the broader national objectives” Mirzoev said The outcome of this mismatch is a fiscal system that is unbalanced insufficiently flexible and less prepared to absorb large shocks he said adding that provinces have a say in key national policy decisions but often do not bear the equal obligation when it comes to funding such policies It is important to take appropriate steps to address the growing imbalances early on and not allow the economy to come back full circle to where it was before the “moment of opportunity” was attained he said “Reserves are still adequate for the foreseeable future and there is still some debt carrying capacity so the situation is not exactly dire But its recent trend is worrisome and to reverse this will require some concerted effort” Mirzoev said For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Washington | Published: September 10 2017 8:27 am Trump said the US was grieving for those who were killed by Irma even before she reached the US mainland (File) Related News President Donald Trump has urged any US residents still in Hurricane Irma’s path to “just get out of its way” and not worry about possessions as he monitored the powerful storm’s advance on Florida from the secluded Camp David presidential retreat Irma was expected to strike the Florida Keys at daybreak today Trump called it a “storm of enormous destructive power” and asked “everyone in the storm path to heed all instructions get out of its way” “Property is replaceable but lives are not and safety has to come first” Trump said at a Cabinet meeting at the Maryland retreat where he was spending the weekend with his wife first lady Melania Trump “Don’t worry about it Just get out of its way” Trump shared a brief video of his remarks on Twitter Irma hammered Cuba yesterday with punishing winds and rain before setting her sights on Florida where massive evacuations were being carried out Trump said the US was grieving for those who were killed by Irma even before she reached the US mainland The storm left more than 20 people dead in the Caribbean He said the administration is monitoring the situation “around the clock” and is in “constant communications” with governors and other officials from the affected areas “We’ve never seen anything like this” he said pledging as he did after Hurricane Harvey that recovery and rebuilding will happen quickly Trump has been receiving regular briefings on both Irma and Jose along with updates on recovery and relief efforts that continue in southeast Texas and Louisiana after Harvey the White House said Harvey brought record rainfall and severe flooding to Houston and surrounding areas of the Texas Gulf Coast in late August before it moved on to Louisiana Elaine Duke the acting head of the Department of Homeland Security was scheduled yesterday to brief Trump and the rest of the team on the storms In between storm updates Trump spent part of his fourth Cabinet meeting discussing administration priorities and how to advance them during what’s left of his first year in office Trump recently launched a public push to rewrite the tax code to make it simpler and more competitive by cutting taxes for corporations and the middle class He said at yesterday’s meeting that he would press for Congress to complete its work on a bill even sooner this year “I think now with what’s happened with the hurricane I’m going to ask for a speedup I wanted a speedup anyway but now we need it even more so” he said in a longer video of the meeting that was released by the White House North Korea was also on the agenda Trump said the Cabinet would discuss North Korea’s “latest provocative and destabilizing actions” and “the steps the United States will take to keep our people safe and frankly to keep the people of the world safe in this case” North Korea deepened concerns about advances in its development of nuclear weapons by conducting its strongest nuclear test explosion to date last weekend Trump said earlier this week that military action against a nuclear-armed North Korea remained an option Trump sided with Democrats this week to raise the US borrowing limit and keep the government operating through early December in a bid to speed federal assistance to hurricane victims Congress acted quickly to pass the USD 153 billion deal and send it to Trump who signed it Friday after he arrived at the Maryland retreat The agreement allowed Trump to taste victory after months of legislative setbacks and whet his appetite for more wins In addition to overhauling the tax code the president also wants new spending to upgrade roads bridges and other infrastructure Trump has also given Congress six months to resolve the status of individuals who were brought to the US illegally as children after he decided earlier this week to end an Obama administration program that allowed them to live work and attend school without fear of being deported The president and Mrs Trump invited members of the Cabinet and their spouses to Camp David for the weekend the White House said It marked Trump’s fourth visit to the retreat He met there in August with members of his national security team but yesterday was the first time Trump had entertained the entire Cabinet there including Defense Secretary Jim Mattis who turned 67 on Friday In a bit of deja vu Trump was at Camp David when Harvey struck Texas last month For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related News

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