CM – Letters to the editor (25.09.2021)


National Daughters Day on September 25th is a day to celebrate and cherish our daughters who bring so much love into our lives. While we don’t need a reason to celebrate our children, it’s nice to have the opportunity to give our daughters extra attention and show them how much they are loved. A daughter is a very special creation in the family. You are made by God. Not only are they delicate and lovely, but also a strong pillar of the family. Sometimes cute, smiling faces and beauty embody the joy of parenting and become the cornerstone of strength in the family.

Daughters Day is a special day to celebrate girls for being equal people. The stigma that some cultures have placed on girls has not only demoralized girls, it has also robbed them of their dignity as human beings. Hence, this special day is intended to erase the bad memories and stigmata associated with having a girl instead of a boy.

World Daughter Day is celebrated on September 26th, although some countries like India celebrate it on September 25th. Daughters Day is a day when parents should make their daughters feel that they are not a burden to them and that they are blessed to have wonderful daughters as their children. Fathers and daughters are an absolutely delightful couple. It is very common to observe that fathers are very caring and caring towards their girl or their daughters.

The joy of raising a daughter to be a grown woman means a lot to parents and shows that a girl is a flower the house needs special treatment. Therefore, it is very important to create beautiful and sweet memories for daughters.

In another incident, Pernem police reportedly arrested two employees of a private bus on Thursday for failing to pass the Patradevi checkpoint for compulsory checks Stop Covid controls. It is revealed that the staff of the state-registered bus has been arrested and the bus has been arrested by police and further investigations are ongoing. It is worth remembering that two drivers and a conductor were arrested Tuesday earlier after an interstate bus raced past the Patradevi checkpoint to evade controls related to Covid at the border.

Several on social media Videos published show how people from neighboring states cross the border to Goa on foot in order to evade the check for Covid-negative certificates or complete vaccination cards. It’s important to note that the graph of the number of daily reported Covid cases in the state has leveled off to some extent. However, the number of cases is increasing in neighboring countries. Those who enter the state without the mandatory Covid-related certificates could spread the virus in Goa. This carries the risk of an increase in the number of Covid cases in the state despite all precautionary measures taken by the Goans.

There are all possibilities for private buses to charge extra cash for those passengers who do not have a Covid-negative certificate or a full vaccination report own. On the border with Goa there could be a major brawl that the police must investigate and arrest the perpetrators according to the relevant laws.

After a long hesitation, the center finally has door-to-door vaccination for people with disabilities, special needs and other challenges that could hinder movement or access to designated Covid centers as well as bedridden and mobility-impaired citizens. This equitable, citizen-centered approach should have been adopted long ago, but for some reason the Sarkar on various quarters were reluctant to propose. Now the responsibility is shifting to states to vaccinate door-to-door in the shortest possible time, and detailed SOPs have been formulated for this.

According to the available data from the Department of Health, only 16 million doses have been administered to this category of people.

The massive explosion in a cracker warehouse in New Tharagupet, Bengaluru, which killed two people and seriously injured four others, was a disaster. The explosion not only damaged vehicles parked on the premises, but also shattered windows and panes of glass on buildings within 200 meters. Although the godown was in use for several years, the owner disregarded security protocols and was guilty of not holding a license from the BBMP or the Deputy Explosives Controller. On the other hand, however, one must praise the employees of the fire and rescue services for their timely intervention, which averted a much larger catastrophe.

People in public life are expected to be moral role models for morality and ethics, as they have made a public commitment to uphold and defend this area. For those in public office, there can be no dividing line between their personal and public life.

The private lives of public figures are wide open to public scrutiny. What they do in their private life is important and has implications for their public responsibilities. Can they be ethical in public if they are privately dishonorable?

Even if a police clearance is required to be appointed as a peon, it is most appalling that people against whom the most serious criminal proceedings are pending hold public office clothe.

Truth and integrity must always be the predominant qualities of those privileged and charged to serve others as officials. Repaying that trust by being accountable and acting responsibly with integrity is vital in a democracy and for good governance. Failure to do so will only lead to anarchy and a failed state full of corruption and a collapse of the rule of law.

The French Nobel Prize winner and philosopher Albert Camus had rightly said: “A person without ethics is a wild animal that targets them World is being let go ”.

Through an affidavit filed with the Delhi High Court in response to a PIL, the center announced that the PM Cares Fund is not a fund of the Government of India and the amount it has raised is not going to Consolidated Fund of India goes. The PMO works on a voluntary basis as a trustee to manage and pay out donations for needy purposes.

The submission to the court also states that the PM Cares fund does not fall within the scope of the FTI Act and is not obliged to provide information to disclose about its functioning, its administrative structure, its fiduciary duties or its use of the funds. This is another example of the opacity that the center works with, not a hint of transparency; Recently, calls for a parliamentary inquiry into L’affaire Pegasus met the same fate. The funds raised by the PMC come from the public and are supposedly spent for the good of the public. We have never experienced a situation like this.

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