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Form committee to probe allegations on construction of CM Kejriwal’s house: NGT 


The National Green Tribunal (NGT) has ordered the setting up of a committee to “ascertain the factual position” after a petition alleged that norms had been violated to obtain permissions to cut over 20 trees for the redevelopment of the official residence of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal.

A bench headed by chairperson Adarsh Kumar Goel, noting the “significance of requirement of compliance for cutting trees and providing green belt as a condition for constructions in the congested and polluted city of Delhi”, ordered that a joint committee be set up.

The committee will comprise the Delhi chief secretary, principal secretary (environment and forest), a nominee of the Delhi Urban Art Commission (DUAC) and the district magistrate of North Delhi.

Last week, The Indian Express reported that a field visit by the Delhi Forest Department officials found that there was “no sign of planting 137 trees” (out of 280) which were to be planted as compensation for the 28 trees removed for the redevelopment.

The tribunal ordered that a meeting of the committee be held in a week and the report be furnished in three weeks.

“If any violations are found, the committee may take remedial action in coordination with the concerned statutory authorities, in accordance with the law,” the NGT order, which was passed on Tuesday, stated. The next date of the NGT hearing has been set as May 31.

The petitioner, Naresh Chaudhary, alleged that constructions at 6 Flagstaff Road and 45-47 Rajpur Road (adjacent to the CM’s official residence) were against environmental norms. He, through his lawyer Gaurav Kumar Bansal, also stated in his petition that construction at the house had begun without taking mandatory clearance from the DUAC.

The petition also stated that permissions for removing trees were taken by “manipulation and circumvention” of standing orders. According to a 2009 order of the Department of Forests and Wildlife, permission for cutting over 10 trees has to be processed by senior officers — the Conservator of Forests and the department secretary.

“Instead of disclosing that 28 trees were to be cut in which permission of higher authority was required, permissions were taken in instalments of less than 10 trees,” the petition states.

As per the report of the deputy forest ranger of the Central Forest Division, permissions for removal (transplanting and cutting) of 28 trees were taken in five instalments — nine, two, six, six and five trees in each.  The petition also states that work to renovate the house was started without taking mandatory permissions from the DUAC.

As per minutes of the DUAC meeting held in November 2020, the Public Works Department’s proposal for work was not approved by the body. The body noted, “It is mentioned in the project details that the site work has already commenced. Construction can commence only after approval. As per the subject/project title, the proposal is for the ‘additions/alterations’, however, it is clearly evident from the submission that an entirely ‘new building’ is being proposed after completely demolishing the existing structure. This needs clarification.”

In a subsequent meeting in December 2020, the proposal was rejected again and changes to the plan were proposed. The changes suggested said: “It was observed that British architectural elements and style has been used extensively in the design proposal which was not appreciated.  Instead, it was suggested to explore a regular simple design approach to be adopted to represent a contemporary Indian/Delhi representative style.”

The DUAC approval finally came a week later. In the minutes, the commission noted: “The use of Indian column base/capitals in the revised elevation were appreciated by the commission.”


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Punjab Inc: Meet the startup mentor from Ludhiana


Pushpinder Singh Dhaba, founder of Brand Wizards and director of TAN Advisors Pvt. Ltd, is Al set to make Punjab the startup destination of the country. The state, he says, has the potential and manpower, all it needs is a push. And he is doing his bit to deliver it. Raakhi Jagga speaks to him about his journey.

Tell us a bit about yourself

I was born in Amritsar, and travelled a lot while growing up.

An introvert by nature, books were my best friends while growing up. l won several awards, medals and honours representing my school and college for debates, declamations and other activities. I was also honoured with college colour and college roll of honour for my co-curricular achievements from my alma mater SCD Government College, Ludhiana, from where I graduated in business administration.

I started my career as part of Kotak Life insurance, which eventually became my first client.

As a brand consultant and corporate events professional, l had the privilege of working with brands like Bharti , Airtel, Reliance, Arvind mills, United Spirits ltd and many more.

With my focus on the dynamic nature of business and the influx of technology, l also became interested in startups. How startups operate, how they try to create unique solutions and how they raise funds. I spent a lot of time with founders, mentors, investors and startup evangelists to learn the intricate details. I always wanted to help budding entrepreneurs and encourage students to become job creators. This led me to set up ‘Incubator’, the first private funded startup incubator-cum-coworking space. During this time I along with my friends realised that we have to create something bigger and sustainable if we really have to make an impact.

For this, l along with my friends, mentors and eminent professionals created region’s most vibrant and dynamic angel network – TAN Advisors Pvt. Ltd.

I am a director consultant and regional trainer of BNI Ludhiana and Jalandhar.

I am also the founding president of Ludhiana startup association.

It’s through these organisations, l also realised the value of networking.

Where are your roots?

My family comes from a lesser known village near Taran Taran, Sarai Amanat Khan. My great grandfather was in the army, my grandfather was in Income Tax Department and my father retired from the State Bank of India.

I have spent most of my childhood in Ludhiana, Amritsar and Delhi. I grew up listening and reading about our Gurus, their sacrifices, heroics, which instilled great respect for the cultural heritage and legacy of Punjab in me.

This was also one of the important reasons for me and my friends to help and grow startup ecosystem in Punjab.

We have conducted hundreds of workshops and sessions throughout Punjab to help and support the startup ecosystem here.

What made you start this company ?

My entrepreneurial journey started with Brand Wizards, one of the pioneer brand consultancy and corporate events agency in Punjab. During my initial experience with Kotak, l realised there is a scope for integration of last mile consumer buying behaviour through direct brand intervention. Experiential marketing strategies gave amazing results and this helped in making some of the best corporates as our clients. With my brother Gaurav Bir Singh joining me, we were able to successfully implement the last mile sales conversion strategies, which helped in establishing Brand Wizards as one of the most prominent agencies in north India. After this there was no looking back for us. With complete in-house solutions, services and facilities we added more products and this led to formation of BW events and marketing services, a leading corporate event management agency with offices in Punjab and Delhi NCR. We have now diversified into technical education through BW Technologies.

TAN Advisors Pvt. Ltd. was envisioned as an organisation that would work towards the growth of startup ecosystem in the region. The angel network was initiated by me and my friend Nitin Jain, with focus on value addition, handholding and collaborative growth of all stake holders. We conducted personalised surveys in lot of colleges to understand requirements of the youth and how we could enable them for the challenges to come. Keeping this in mind we started region’s most prominent incubator-cum-coworking space to support students and help them work in their ideas.

Later we realised that the real requirement of the region is of real success stories, real heroes who have really made it big.

We again pivoted, from ideation and support system we got support of like-minded mentors, investors and evangelists, helping us all come together and start TAN Advisors Pvt. Ltd.

Why did you choose this region for your pilot

Ludhiana is land of entrepreneurs, there have been outstanding success stories which have made the nation proud. Best of brands in the country find their roots back to Ludhiana or Punjab. But now the dynamics are changing, next revolution will be the startup revolution.
In terms of startups, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Delhi, Gurugram, Pune, and other parts of the country have raced ahead of us.

We might have missed the bus but the onus to take Punjab forward is on us.

My mission is to create entrepreneurs, our colleges should be breeding ground for next generation of business innovators. Youth should be made aware of the opportunities available in India. Rather than going abroad for greener pastures, our future generations should create opportunities in India.

Punjab led the green and blue revolutions, played amazing role in industrialisation. Now we want to make Punjab the next startup hub. We have everything ready in Punjab, only thing required is positive intent, right motivation and real success stories.

The rich cultural heritage of Punjab deserves efforts from us all, it might be easy to make a living abroad but it will be a much more rewarding experience here. We are playing our part

Challenges you faced while setting up the business.

Challenges are part of any entrepreneur’s journey. We also had our own fair share of challenges.

Whenever one tries to start something new, even the system becomes sceptical.

When we started, logistics were a big challenge as we were trying to be a pan India agency based out of Punjab. We realised that business professionals from Ludhiana don’t have any direct connectivity and this acted as a major challenge.

When we started our incubator cum coworking space, it was very difficult to bring people onboard due to business model apprehensions.

During our college sessions we realised that the students with clear vision and goals were planning to go abroad and majority of students staying back were not very clear about their future plans, almost everyone wanted to opt for a good job but it was very hard to find youth aiming to create something of their own and become the next big business tycoon.

Investors in the region are very different from the tech savvy investors from Bengaluru or Hyderabad, it becomes very difficult to explain the valuation and processes involved and the rationale behind 1 or 2 % equity for the amount being asked.

Initially even the state government felt that it would be better to utilise all the state resources for Shivalik valley region rather than spreading things too thin but due to dynamic leadership and timely actions things have started improving.

There were numerous challenges and road blocks but we are still growing at a phenomenal pace. One major learning for us was to use each challenge as a stepping stone, clear vision and perseverance will ultimately lead you to your destination.

Plans for the future

We intend to grow and take our organisation global by 2025. We are already executing projects in offshore destinations but now we want to have our foothold in more than five countries.

We have entered into sports events and have created couple of properties, which will be shared by mid-year on national level.

As an angel network we are on our way to have an investment fund of Tan for startup investments.

We have planned pitch session and are scouting for good investable startups to invest in.

We see good investments are coming in Punjab, if the state policy remains stable with progressive outlook, we see no major challenge in Punjab becoming very strong contender for the next slew of unicorns.

What are your expectations from government ?

Our expectation are very simple:

Stable and clear vision for startups, with ease of setting up business.

Curb on roadblocks for foreign direct investments in startups.

Single window clearance for startups.

Simplification of IPR process and more awareness regarding the same.

Industry relevant mentorship opportunities for struggling startups and handholding process.
More opportunities for grants for deserving startups.

How do you de-stress?

Books are my best friends and the only hobby l have ever cultivated is reading.

I love reading and collecting books. Music is food for my soul, retro Hindi and English pop is something which l always have on loop.

To de-stress l love long drives, cooking and trying new desserts.

Occasionally l binge on Netflix.


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AAP workers hold protests across states demanding Adani probe


The Aam Aadmi Party on Sunday protested outside the BJP headquarters in New Delhi, demanding a probe into the allegations of fraud against the Adani group in the Hindenburg research report.

The party’s Delhi convener Gopal Rai said a joint parliamentary committee comprising members from various parties should probe the matter.

BJP is running away from the probe. There is only one leader, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal who is not scared of any investigation,” he said.

AAP workers protest in Chandigarh

Meanwhile, the Chandigarh Police on Sunday used water cannon to prevent AAP workers from moving towards the BJP office here as part of their protest against the Centre over the Adani issue.

Aam Aadmi Party workers, gathered from various parts of Punjab, wanted to “gherao” the office of the Punjab BJP in Sector 37 here to register their protest against the party-led central government.

Barricades were put up and a heavy deployment of police was made to prevent the protesters from heading towards the Punjab BJP office.

Police used a water cannon when AAP workers tried to force their way towards the BJP office, said officials.

Carrying party flags, AAP workers shouted slogans against the BJP government over the Adani issue.

AAP MLA from the Jalalabad constituency Jagdeep Kamboj slammed the BJP alleging that it has failed on all fronts.
Later, police detained several party leaders and workers.

Earlier speaking to reporters at the party office, AAP leader Harchand Singh Barsat alleged that the Adani Group’s fortunes rose under the BJP rule.

Another AAP leader, Sunny Ahluwalia, said the party will continue to raise its voice over this issue.

AAP takes out rally in Kolkata

Activists of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) brought out a rally in Kolkata as well demanding a Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) probe into allegations of financial irregularities against Adani Group.

The rally, which started at Wellington Square, was scheduled to culminate at the BJP state headquarters on Muralidhar Sen Street but it ended near the Calcutta University at College Street.

The rally participants alleged that the Adani Group, whose shares are experiencing volatility in the market following the Hindenburg report, has been favoured by the Narendra Modi government in various infrastructure projects.

They said that loans were also extended to the group by PSU banks and the LIC, exposing the general public’s savings to market volatility.

“We want a thorough probe into the Adani Group’s finances and for that, a JPC must be set up,” one of the leaders participating in the rally said.

The rally dispersed after its leaders addressed the participants near the Calcutta University at College Street, about 500 metres from the BJP state headquarters, a Kolkata Police officer said.

AAP holds protests in Srinagar, Jammu

In another development, police on Sunday prevented AAP workers from staging a protest outside the BJP office in Srinagar over the Adani-Hindenburg row.

Led by AAP’s central Kashmir youth president Jibran Dar, party workers assembled in Jawahar Nagar area and raised slogans against Prime Minister Narendra Modi and business tycoon Gautam Adani.

The protesters alleged that Modi was favouring Adani, but doing nothing for ordinary people.

Before they could reach the BJP office in the area, the protesters were detained by police and whisked away to the local police station.

The AAP also staged a protest outside the BJP office in Jammu over the issue and demanded a joint parliamentary committee (JPC) probe into independent India’s “biggest scam”.

AAP workers led by senior party leaders assembled outside the BJP office in Trikuta Nagar and chanted slogans against the BJP-led government, claiming that Modi gave all resources to one person and made him the second richest person in the world.

Terming it independent India’s “biggest scam”, senior AAP leader T S Tony said, “In 2014, Adani’s assets were worth Rs 37,000 crore. They increased to Rs 59,000 crore in 2018, Rs 2.5 lakh crore in 2020 and Rs 13 lakh crore in 2022.” “We are here to bring the BJP’s direct link to this scam before the people… the exposed government is running away and not giving answers,” he said.

Tony, who is the chairman of the AAP’s minority welfare wing, also demanded a JPC probe into the alleged scam.

Opposition parties have been demanding a JPC probe or a Supreme Court-monitored investigation into the allegations against the Adani Group.

Parliamentary proceedings during the first week of the ongoing Budget Session were virtually washed out amid protests by opposition parties, including the AAP.


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Staircase inside Sadar Bazar shop collapses after water pipe bursts, 1 dead


A 35-year-old man died after a staircase inside a shop collapsed due to a blast caused by a “water pipe”, in North Delhi’s Sadar Bazar, officers said.

The deceased has been identified as Gulab Singh. He worked as a labourer at the shop that sold undergarments.

DCP(North) Sagar Singh Kalsi said that around 6.20 pm on Saturday, a staircase inside a shop collapsed. “Due to the collapse, articles from the shop got scattered outside. Prima facie, it seems to be a blast caused from the water pipe. No soot, fire, pellets or smell of any chemical was observed,” the DCP said.

Singh was shifted to Bara Hindu Rao Hospital, police said, where he succumbed to his injuries during treatment.

A senior police officer said that during the time of the incident, the shop owner was present inside the shop while the deceased was on the pavement. “Other passersby were also present around the shop during the collapse but they didn’t sustain any injuries,” the officer said.

Delhi Fire Service officials said that two fire tenders were rushed to the site. There are a total of three floors in the building where the shop is located and the shop is on the ground floor.


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HC bins plea against reconstitution of Delhi’s town vending committees, imposes Rs 10,000 cost


Rejecting a plea filed by street vendors’ associations that challenged a notification constituting Town Vending Committees (TVC) in Delhi’s municipalities, the Delhi High Court has observed that they did not have a “legal right” to membership and that the “tendency” to seek nomination through court proceedings needed to be “depreciated”.

A bench of Justices Manmohan and Saurabh Banerjee on Dec 15 rejected the plea moved by a group of NGOs or associations of street vendors which claimed that they were nominated members of various TVCs constituted by the Delhi government in September 2018 under the Street Vendors Act 2014. It was argued that the TVCs were set up for surveying and identifying street vendors within six months under the Delhi Street Vendors Rules. However, no such survey had been carried out by the TVCs.

It was further argued that the Delhi government, through its notification of September 17, 2019, reconstituted the TVCs in the North Delhi Municipal Corporation, the South Delhi Municipal Corporation and the East Delhi Municipal Corporation and removed the associations as members without providing them any notice or opportunity of hearing. They argued that they could not have been removed without following the provisions of the Delhi Street Vendors Rules.

After hearing the arguments, the division bench observed that associations had only a right to be “considered for nomination” to the TVCs, but had no “legal or vested right” to be nominated for membership.

The bench further held that just because the associations were once nominated to the TVCs would not amount to their having a “fundamental or legal right” to be renominated in perpetuity, and that the government “is well within its right to reconstitute TVCs”.

Coming down on the associations, the court opined, “The tendency to get nomination through court proceedings needs to be and is depreciated”.

The bench further held that the Delhi Street Vendors Rules had no application to the case because it was not about the removal of members but only about the TVCs’ reconstitution.

Imposing a cost of Rs 10, 000 on the petitioners, the court dismissed the plea noting that there were no allegations against the qualifications of the newly appointed members, or allegations of bias against any particular official. “Consequently, the present writ petition and the pending application, being bereft of merit, are dismissed with a cost of Rs 10,000, to be paid to the Delhi High Court Legal Services Committee,” the court held.


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