31 Jan-6 Feb 2014
THE WEEK THAT WAS AAP effect - CM Hooda says he will personally write letters to ‘aam aadmis’, seeking feedback. AAP is nearing the 2 lakhs membership mark in Gurgaon Dist. Supreme Court seeks a report on the status of SEZs in the City. Punjab & Haryana High Court bans the State from acquiring further land and issuing CLUs (Change of Land Use) in the NCR, till the respective sub-regional plans of each area/state have been cleared by the relevant authority. State govt. returns Lokayukta report (CD case, involving cash-for-CLUs issued in Gurgaon) against Chief Parliamentary Secretary R.K Fauji, and asks for re-examination. HC reiterates that all liquor vends along highways in the State should be removed – gives a 30 day ultimatum. Gurgaon Dist. has 30 vends along NH8. State govt. employees end their strike on the promise of a dialogue regarding their demands. The Jan Jagran Yatra of the ex-Maruti workers reaches the City, after moving through various parts of Haryana, starting January 15th. It will culminate in Jantar Mantar, Delhi. Their demands are the release of 148 jailed workers and the reinstatement of 546 permanent employees and 1,800 contract workers. 22 tableaux are exhibited on Republic Day. The District Rural Development Agency (DRDA) Tableau is adjudged the best. The Haryana Police women’s contingent wins the First Prize in the march-past. CM, in Mewat, says that Rs 3,000 crores worth of new development plans have been started across Haryana. A guard is found murdered in Nirvana Country; an engineer is found dead in his house in DLF III – his kin allege he was murdered, an 18-year-old maid is found hanging in DLF III; a man is shot dead near IFFCO Chowk. A pool-car driver is arrested for sodomizing a 7-year-old student. A man is held for the attempted rape of a 6-year-old, near Sadar. A woman gives birth inside an ambulance, on Republic Day. A 17-year-old boy from Rajiv Colony, a 9-year-old boy from Sector 5 and a 16-year-old girl from Kadarpur, go missing. A man is arrested for assaulting a policeman during a check on drunk driving near Sohna Chowk. Locals in Tigri Village (Sector 57) clash with HUDA officials, who have come with the police to demolish illegal structures. 12 persons, including 6 policemen, are injured. Shots are fired in a property dealer’s office in Palam Vihar. 16 hutments are gutted in a fire in Sector 56. There are 16 cases of ‘snatching’ in the first half of January. The shutters of 10 shops are broken open and goods worth lakhs looted, in
Surat Nagar Market. Robbers strike at a HC advocate’s house in DLF III – they tie him up at knifepoint and rob the house. A person is defrauded of Rs 2 lakhs by a matrimonial site. A resident of DLF II complains that thugs are trying to take over his house and belongings. An MD of a realty firm is held for Rs 6 crores tax evasion. An MNC executive is cheated of Rs 2.4 lakhs, in a forex transaction credit card fraud. Drunk youth create a ruckus and smash the windows of many cars in Sector 7.
The issues plaguing the completion of the Northern Peripheral Road (NPR), also known as the Dwarka Expressway, may soon be resolved – probably by February 15th.. The Govt. would compensate about 200 families. A French delegation visits the (almost closed) Bandhwari Waste Treatment Plant alongwith the MCG Commissioner. It is estimated that over 100,000 tons of waste will be heaped up outside the Plant, by mid-March! Almost a thousand tons a day is being added – from Faridabad and Gurgaon. DLF is reportedly ready to hand over maintenance of its Phases I to IV to MCG or any authorized organization. It claims that there is no work/facility pending in these areas. The hunger strike, by residents of the IAF Restricted Area, is called off, on the assurance of the MCG Commissioner. MCG asks the Town & Country Planning Dept. to confirm the status of ownership of its lands, and of encroachments; the MCG online grievance redressal system shuts down; the MCG office may shift to a ready building complex in Sector 34. New DTCP guidelines allow for extra gates in plotted colonies. ‘Walk On’, a song promoting walking, and dedicated to Gurgaon, is released in the City. A 10km Trekking & Cycling Track is proposed to be constructed along the Aravallis, near the CRPF Academy, Kadarpur.
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