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including cases dealing with the rights of bonded women workers, the Kerala High Court website states. ? she says.the milled rice fails to meet specifications on damage and discolouration. all big names in the domestic front ?Bashar al-Assad,Javad Zarif Iran Russia TheySaidIt Kolkata: Expressing dismay over the performance of Election Commission and the central forces during the polls in West Bengal on Monday Opposition parties alleged "match fixing" between BJP and TMC that helped the ruling party to let loose a reign of terror Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee (left) and PM Narendra Modi Reuters The Trinamool Congress however refuted the allegations and said people have voted in favour of the developmental model of TMC "In some places people have voted freely and fairly In some places people couldn’t do so because of the reign of terror let loose by TMC goons The central forces and the Election Commission were mute spectators" West Bengal Left Front Chairman Biman Bose said He said the central forces were "inactive" due to the "match fixing" "The match fixing between BJP and TMC is clear from today’s inactiveness of the central forces and Election Commission We have written to Election Commission of India and urged it to take necessary steps Although people could vote freely in some places by defeating the reign of terror but many booths in Keshpur Garbeta Sabang Pingla and many other places were captured and rigged" Bose said TMC Vice-President Mukul Roy said the allegations agaisnt his party are baseless and the people have voted in a free and fair manner in favour of the developmental model of TMC "The polls have been free and fair And the huge turnout proves people’s vote in favour of the developmental model of TMC and Mamata Banerjee I am waiting for the resignation of CPI(M) state Secretary after his party loses the poll They are crying about rigging as they are preparing escape routes as they will lose the polls" Roy told reporters WBPCC President Adhir Chowdhury too came down heavily on the functioning of the Election Commission "Polling today had been reduced to a farce and Congress will seek repoll The central force sent for the poll duty are not working properly Votes were looted at Sabang and Kulti "This is a new game of Narendra Modi and Mamata Banerjee This is a election to take away the rights of the masses" Chowdhury said "We have seen how terror was unleashed today We are meeting the EC tomorrow in New Delhi and will request it to take stern action" BJP National Secretary Siddharth Nath Singh said A CPI(M) agent was allegedly beaten up by TMC workers and obstructed from entering a polling booth while bombs were found in two bags near another booth in Jamuria constituency in Burdwan district where polling was held on Monday A police official said two CPI(M) agents were obstructed from entering booth numbers 76 and 77 of Jamuria seat just as polling began at 7 am One of the agents sustained head injury after he was beaten up allegedly by TMC workers Over 75 percent votes were cast during the day in part two of the first phase polling in 31 constituencies in West Bengal spread over three districts EC sources said New Delhi: Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) today released its first list of 20 candidates for Lok Sabha elections pitting Kumar Vishwas from Amethi Rahul Gandhi’s seat and former banker Meera Sanyal and social activist Medha Patkar from Mumbai The list which came two days after AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal quit as Delhi chief minister carries names of candidates from Delhi (2) Uttar Pradesh (7) Maharashtra (6) Haryana Arunachal Pradesh Odisha Madhya Pradesh and Punjab — one eachMedha Patkar PTI AAP has not however announced any candidate in Rae Bareli the pocket borough of Congress President Sonia Gandhi TV journalist-turned-politician Ashutosh will contest from Chandni Chowk seat in Delhi held by Union Minister Kapil Sibal AAP has given ticket to former scribe Mukul Tripathi for Farukhabad seat in Uttar Pradesh the constituency of another Union Minister Salman Khurshid Advocate HS Phoolka will contest from Ludhiana currently held by Information and Broadcasting Minister Manish Tewari while activist Hardev Singh has been given ticket in Mulayam Singh Yadav’s stronghold Mainpuri AAP has fielded anti-corruption activist Anjali Damania from Nagpur against former BJP president Nitin Gadkari "Our main motto is to send honest people to Parliament We do not want to send criminals people with dynastic background We will soon release the list of candidates for other seats" senior party leader Manish Sisodia told reporters in New Delhi Somendra Dhaka a peasant leader will contest from Baghpat in Uttar Pradesh a seat represented by Union Minister and Rashtriya Lok Dal chief Ajit Singh Sanyal former CEO and chairperson of RBS India will contest from South Mumbai a seat currently represented by Union Minister Milind Deora Social worker Medha Patkar has been fielded from North East Mumbai an NCP seat PTI Written by Atikh Rashid | Pune | Published: May 27 2017 1:09 am Over 300 buses carrying between 30 to 50 passengers arrive at the three parking lots at Sangamwadi Bridge every day; autorickshaw drivers make the most of the opportunity Top News HUNDREDS of passengers who travel in private buses to Pune from various parts of the state and get down at the Sangamwadi Bridge get fleeced by autorickshaw drivers who not only flatly refuse to ply by meter but also overcharge exorbitantly Despite several complaints helpless passengers continue to be taken for a ride as both the Regional Transport Office (RTO) as well as the Pune Mahanagar Parivahan Mahamandal Limited (PMPML) turn a blind eye towards their plight Over 300 buses carrying between 30 to 50 passengers arrive at the three parking lots at Sangamwadi Bridge every day While the buses start arriving as early as 5 am barely any PMPML buses ply from the Sangamwadi bus stop to various locations in the city leaving passengers at the mercy of autorickshaw drivers who make the most of the opportunity to corner the passengers to earn more Passengers carrying heavy luggage are the worst-hit as they have no option but to hire an autorickshaw App-based cab services such as Ola and Uber often refuse to come to the rescue of the passengers in the early morning hours Pune Newsline spent time at all three parking lots on the bridge and found that autorickshaw drivers regularly fleece the passengers They never agree to ply by meter even when hapless passengers offer to pay ‘half return’ “Meter nahi chalta yehan (The meter system doesn’t work here)” said a middle-aged autorickshaw driver to Suchita Jadhav 23 who had come to Pune all the way from Nanded and wanted to travel to Swargate He then offered to take Jadhav to Swargate for Rs 350 to which she retorted “Even if you charge me half-return on the metre the fare won’t cross Rs 150” The autorickshaw driver said she would have to pay at least Rs 300 to travel to Swargate as none of the other autorickshaws would ply by metre Jadhav who was carrying two heavy bags finally agreed to pay the exorbitant fare Sandesh Deshmukh a banker said he always made it a point to request a friend to pick him up from the bridge “I have been fleeced many times and I am fed up of this They (autorickshaw drivers) don’t listen to reason and you have no option but to submit to their illegal demands… you won’t find any other mode of transport and you would have to walk for half-an-hour before you can get a bus or rickshaw which would ply by metre” said Deshmukh In fact incidents of autorickshaw drivers getting aggressive and even abusive are not rare Many a times the moment a passenger gets down from the bus they pick up his/her bags and put them in the autorickshaw ignoring the protests of the passenger In some cases when a passenger bargains and refuses to pay the fare the autorickshaw driver picks up other passengers who then unwillingly share a ride in the vehicle Pune Regional Transport Officer (RTO) Babasaheb Ajri and Deputy RTO Sanjay Raut were unavailable for comment despite repeated attempts to contact them PMPML spokesperson Subhash Gaikwad said the transport body was aware of the issue and would take appropriate action to ease the hassles faced by the passengers “We are aware of it… but these passengers are in a peculiar situation Most of them come from far-off districts or from other states and have heavy luggage with them They prefer to travel in autorickshaws rather than lugging their bags on to buses Nevertheless we will look into how we can help others who would like to travel by a PMPML bus” said Gaikwad For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsPublished: June 20 2015 12:00 am Related News Letter of the Week: The apex court is right in maintaining its stand on the re-examination of the All India Pre-Medical Test however harsh it may seem to parents students and the Central Board of Secondary Education (‘Credibi-lity retest’ IE June 17) When there are so few seats and so many candidates the authorities conducting the test ought to weed out all possibilities of cheating Their failure to do so gave an unfair advantage to several students who made use of technology to get the answers The fact however remains that conducting an exam involving such large numbers with more than 1000 centres is no mean task A long-term solution must be found A repeat of what happened cannot be allowed – J Akshay Bengaluru Watch closely LK Advani has fired a salvo at his former protegé Narendra Modi without actually naming him (‘The E Word’ IE June 19) It is no secret that Advani and Modi do not see eye to eye and that the older man feels slighted by how he was eased out of the prime ministerial race His remarks come at a time when there is a sense that not only is the government interfering in too many things but also that general intolerance is on the rise Advani may have triggered off the thought but it is up to every citizen to ensure that the terrible days of the Emergency do not return – JS Acharya Hyderabad Rehab required This refers to ‘Losing home’ (IE June 19) Migrant Tamils have the right to live in peace and harmony in Sri Lanka It may be recalled that a large number of civilians had fled the warzone and started migrating as refugees to the southern parts of India In this context the Sri Lankan government urgently needs to work on rehabilitation for the displaced and make this a priority – P Senthil Saravana Durai Mumbai Suitable silence As the opposition questions the government’s claims on “Lalitgate” the BJP has maintained a studied silence The Congress demands the ouster of Sushma Swaraj and Vasundhara Raje One of the two will probably have to go to keep the carping critics quiet Raje will probably become a scapegoat while Swaraj will be saved for now keeping the RSS in mind The BJP’s silence suits it as action not words is needed – MR Jayanti Mumbai Policy failure ‘Look who all got in as poor in this Delhi school’ (IE June 19) not only raises the matter of fake certificates but also points to the failure of the education system in India Touts being approached for admission in schools is a signal that something is wrong with the system On the one hand private schools don’t want to take children from economically weaker sections On the other parents believe that government schools do not offer a bright future It’s high time the government implemented an efficient education policy so that even those who cannot go to “efficient private schools” are not at a disadvantage – Pankhuri New Delhi For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News

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