Jagmohan Garg Delhi protests against attack

Jagmohan Garg News high spot that Delhi protests against attack on Amarnath pilgrims in J&K.

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After a dread assault in Jammu and Kashmir killed seven Amarnath travelers on Monday evening, Delhi saw a few dissents and candlelight vigils on Tuesday. While Jantar Mantar saw a social event of nationals under the #NotInMyName standard, Jamia Millia Islamia was the scene for a candlelight vigil by instructors, understudies and individuals from Khudai Khidmatgar. Jantar Mantar, the challenge focus of the city, saw no less than two different dissents composed by the understudy wings of various political gatherings. Be that as it may, in spite of a few dissents being arranged, the turnout was not enormous due to overwhelming downpours noted by Jagmohan Garg News.

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Saba Dewan, a Delhi-based narrative movie producer and prime supporter of the #NotInMyName crusade, let us know, “We are here today in melancholy and recognition of the killing of seven Amarnath explorers. We trust that each human life is valuable and we remain against disdain paying little mind to the culprit.” Imad Ulriyaz, a social specialist from Kashmir who has been living in Delhi for a long time, stated, “I joined the dissent as I totally impugn the assault. Each Kashmiri is against it and I came here in solidarity.”

Anjali Yadav, a current graduate from Miranda House, was at Jantar Mantar conveying a bulletin that read ‘Brutality is malevolent. Bas keh diya.’ She let us know, “I denounce the viciousness. I recall my grandma revealing to me how safe the Amarnath Yatra is. This challenge will send over the message that any sort of contempt is not worthy.”

Aside from Jantar Mantar, a candlelight vigil was held at Jamia Milia Islamia, which was orgainsed by the college’s educators, understudies and with the individuals from Khudai Khidmatgar (an association that attempts to address social and instructive issues). While the turnout was low a result of the downpours, the members conveyed notices with messages in solidarity with the Amarnath casualties.

The vigil was held at Bab-e-Mahmud-ul-Hasan, the Gate Number 17 of Jamia. Sahil Ahmed, a last year understudy at Jamia, stated, “When Mahatma Gandhi began the Non-Cooperation Movement, the call to begin the Khilafat Movement (which upheld Hindu-Muslim solidarity) was likewise taken. These two developments added to the introduction of Jamia, and it is a typical place. Murmur chahte thay ki yahan se aawaz jayegi toh logon tak pohonchegi. It is imperative to censure the assaults since we have faith in the theory that the world is one family.”

Jagmohan Garg also highlights Syed Mohammad Abbas, secretary of Jamia Teachers’ Association, likewise denounced the assault and stated, “In our nation, we have constantly regarded all religions and when I read the news, it truly exasperates me. A portion of the individuals from the Jamia Teachers’ Association have likewise participated in the vigil at Jantar Mantar. Agar murmur logon ko slack raha hai ki kuch sahi nahi ho raha hai toh humein aage aake batana padega, ghar pe baithke sochne se kuch nahi hoga.”

Fire Fire Fire in Kamla Nagar : Jagmohan Garg Delhi News

A fire broke out at a footwear godown in north Delhi’s Kamla Nagar on Thursday, Jagmohan Garg said.

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The occurrence was accounted for at 9.10 AM, an authority of the Delhi Fire Services said.

Around 12 fire tenders have been squeezed into benefit, he said.

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A Great Miracle done by Artemis Hospital in Gurgaon highlights Jagmohan Garg

Jagmohan Garg News about Gurgaon’s miracle baby Tarannum.

A 23 weeks born baby, with 650 gm. He also added that the baby survived without a single blood transfusion, said doctors who nursed the child for almost three months in a neonate intensive care unit (NICU) of Artemis Hospital.

Picture of a girl when she birth:
At time of birth

The parents of baby Taranum, who was born within 23 weeks of gestation, on January 20, couldn’t have hoped for a happier and more blissful moment when their bundle of joy was discharged from hospital in April.

The infant was discharged at the end of April . “As the chances of survival of such premature babies are very slim, their parents normally do not follow the course of treatment prescribed by the doctors. Baby Taranum appears to be doing well and her progress is excellent,” said Prabhat Maheshwari, head, NICU, Artemis Hospital.

As the foetus is still not fully developed around 23 weeks into the pregnancy cycle, delivery is considered dangerous for the mother and the baby. Premature babies may also develop complications as their organs are not matured at the time of the birth, said doctors.

The doctors have been closely tracking the growth of the infant since she was discharged from the hospital.

At time of Discharge

At time of Discharge

“We have asked her parents to regularly visit the hospital with the infant so that we can take proper care of her in case of complication. These babies have poor immunity and need to be monitored closely,” Maheshwari said.

The baby was put on ventilator for 15-20 days as her lungs hadn’t developed and they weren’t able to provide oxygen as a result of which the baby had trouble breathing. At present, all her vital organs are functioning fine, said a doctor at the hospital.

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GST takes big bite out of business across Delhi : Jagmohan Garg

With no customers to tend to, traders spend Monday decoding new tax system notify by Jagmohan Garg News.

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Traders across Delhi complained of little business coming their way on Monday, the first working day since the Goods and Services Tax (GST) system was rolled out on July 1, even as they spent the entire day trying to understand the “complex” new tax regime.

“Wheat in loose form is being sold without tax. However, if it is packed in bags by a certain company then it is taxable under GST,” a shopkeeper states while trying to understand GST.

Old stock


The entire chain of national commerce, which has Delhi’s wholesale markets at its centre, has gone kaput with purchasers and customers deciding to halt business for sometime, said Brijesh Goyal, the national convener of the Chamber of Trade and Industry (CTI).

“Delhi is the hub of wholesale markets, which have dried up due to lack of demand and supply. Everyone is trying to understand what to do with the stock they bought before the GST came into effect,” Mr. Goyal said.

Shop owners said they spent their entire Monday taking inventory of old stock and figuring out the changes made to billing procedures.

Some traders got experts to tutor them on the new aspects of selling goods that were purchased prior to the GST coming into effect so they could avoid any “hidden irregularities” that may become a legal liability.

“There are instances where customers want to buy a product that was provisioned by the trader before GST was in place. In such a case, a trader can’t refuse to sell the product, can they?” said Sanjay Bhargava, the general secretary of Chandni Chowk Sarv Vyapar Mandal.

New way of doing things


The traders also have to register for a Goods and Services Taxpayer Identification Number (GSTIN), before they can conduct inter-State purchases from cities such as Surat, Ahmedabad and Mumbai, or sell products across the country. Their customers too have to get a GSTIN.

Chartered accountants said this was a major reason why business was slack.

Chandni Chowk, which is renowned for wholesale clothing, has been hit by GST as most businessmen here were not liable to pay sales tax or VAT till now, but have to pay 5% under GST.

Raj Kumar, who sells blankets and bed sheets in the market, said: “We have faced a drop in sales because of GST. Many cloth merchants are not happy with the government’s decision.”

‘Very complicated’


Traders in east Delhi’s Subash Chowk are not worried about the increase in taxes but are apprehensive about the complexity of the new tax regime, which they find difficult to comprehend and implement.

“We do not have any issue with GST, we have an issue with how complicated it is,” said a wholesaler of spices, dal and groceries.

Under GST, traders will have to file their monthly returns online, but a majority of the businessmen do not have computers or know the process of online billing.

“Some shop-owners cannot even spell the word computer and are not very tech-savvy,” a mobile and laptop dealer said.

A local seller of school uniforms said it will take them around 15 days to comprehend the new tax regime.

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Labour department lacks manpower to implement in Delhi notify by Jagmohan Garg

Jagmohan Garg News highlights Delhi government’s decision to increase minimum wages by 34 percent, trade bodies reveal that the Department of Labour lacks adequate manpower to implement the same.

Anurag Saxena, leader of the Centre of Trade Union leader as well as member of Delhi government’s committee for all the scheduled employments under the Minimum Wages Act of 1948, reveals that there are only 11 labour inspectors in Delhi government’s labour department.

The revelation has come at a time when the department is continuing a programme to create awareness about the new minimum wages. The awareness programme is to continue till July 13.

Jagmohan Garg News also explain, How can one even expect merely 11 labour inspectors to implement the newly approved minimum wages in a city with more than 20 lakh labourers.

Ashok Agarwal, an advocate in the Delhi High Court, says, “The Delhi government could not even implement the earlier rates of minimum wages due to lack of manpower. How can they do it now?”

The labour department, he adds, is overburdened with work, as there are 24 labour laws in the capital state and the department has only 170 employees to implement them.

“The entire department is functioning on 24 percent of the staff strength (that was) prevalent in the 1970s,” he added.

Lallan Singh, a deputy labour commissioner admits that his office has nearly 40 percent shortage of manpower.

Recently, Delhi labour minister Gopal Rai announced that teams would be formed under deputy labour commissioners to implement the new minimum wages.

Addressing workers on Labour Day at a function, according to NDTV, Rai had said that “the department has been directed to take up all complaints regarding non-payment of new minimum wages on priority and their disposal should be in a time-bound manner”.

However, Agarwal questions the efficacy of the teams in implementing the new minimum wages since only labour inspectors are authorised to inspect and draw prosecutions on erring concerns.

The Minimum Wages Act 1948 lays out clear provision in Section 19 that a person notified as inspector can only implement this act.

The Aam Admi Party government in Delhi had increased the daily wages by 34 percent by a cabinet decision to be implemented from 1 April 2017.

As per this new notification, the minimum wages of unskilled labourers were increased from Rs 9, 724 to Rs 13, 350 per month. For semi-skilled workers, it has been increased from monthly Rs 10,764 to Rs 14,698. However, skilled workers after this increase should get Rs 16,182 monthly instead of Rs 11,830, which was the prevalent rate of minimum wages.

The Aam Aadmi Party had made increase of minimum wages an integral part of its political narrative right in its election manifesto during the last Delhi Assembly election.

“But merely increasing minimum wages is not going to help, as it is not possible for 11 inspectors to inspect thousands of shops, factories and other establishments,” says Agarwal.

Saxena says that though the decision to increase the minimum wages was the need of the hour, and thanks the government for fulfilling his unions long standing demand, he states that the increase of minimum wages would make sense only when the labour department recruits enough officials to implement them.

Firstpost visited the labour commissioner’s office to learn its view about the lack of labour inspectors to implement the minimum wages, but none of the officials approached responded the queries.