Mathura: Statues of martyrs Mukul and Santosh are placed in Jawahar Bagh

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Mathura. In the cabinet meeting of the Mathura-Vrindavan Municipal Corporation, the decision to erect the statue of the martyr SP City Mukul Dwivedi and the responsible police station Santosh Yadav in Jawahar Bagh was approved. A proposal was also passed to obtain 60 hectares of land from Vrindavan Kumbh Mela. At the same time it was decided to grant a license for food court, place of prayer and tobacco sales in Vrindavan.
The meeting of the Cabinet of the Municipal Corporation took place on Friday in the Jalkal Auditorium, chaired by Mayor Dr. Mukesh Arya Bandhu instead. Providing information on the decisions made at the meeting, City Commissioner Anunay Jha said that the OTS program was once established to create a statue of the martyr SP and the head of the police station, preserve 60 hectares of land in the Kumbh Mela area and collect taxes was again from July 1st to July 31st. Construction started in July. It was also decided to build a food court in accordance with the local culture on eight thousand square meters near the Hundred Bed Hospital in Vrindavan. Under the new government regulation, the local authority will soon begin the licensing process with the approval of the articles of association for tobacco sales products.
He said that in the religious city of Vrindavan, a proposal had been made to build a prayer place on three thousand meters of land, after which 1,100 square meters of land was allocated for the school building and sports field in the village. The meeting was attended by Vice-Chairs Radhakrishna Pathak, Councilor Rajveer Singh, Umesh Bhardwaj, Tilakvir Singh, Meera Mittal, Rashmi Sharma, Kuldeep Singh, Sumit Verma, Govinda, Chandan Ahuja, Suraj Tomar and Neelam Goyal.
It also involved an additional municipal officer, assistant municipal officer, water general manager, senior engineer, senior tax officer, accounting officer, assistant water and prakash engineer, regional health officer, accountant, and senior auditor.

Mathura. In the cabinet meeting of the Mathura-Vrindavan Municipal Corporation, the decision to erect the statue of the martyr SP City Mukul Dwivedi and the responsible police station Santosh Yadav in Jawahar Bagh was approved. A proposal was also passed to obtain 60 hectares of land from Vrindavan Kumbh Mela. At the same time it was decided to grant a license for food court, place of prayer and tobacco sales in Vrindavan.

The meeting of the Cabinet of the Municipal Corporation took place on Friday in the Jalkal Auditorium, chaired by Mayor Dr. Mukesh Arya Bandhu instead. Providing information on the decisions made at the meeting, City Commissioner Anunay Jha said that the OTS program was once established to create a statue of the martyr SP and the head of the police station, preserve 60 hectares of land in the Kumbh Mela area and collect taxes was again from July 1st to July 31st. Construction started in July. It was also decided to build a food court in accordance with the local culture on eight thousand square meters near the Hundred Bed Hospital in Vrindavan. Under the new government regulation, the local authority will soon begin the licensing process with the approval of the articles of association for tobacco sales products.

He said that in the religious city of Vrindavan, a proposal had been made to build a prayer place on three thousand meters of land, after which 1,100 square meters of land was allocated for the school building and sports field in the village. The meeting was attended by Vice-Chairs Radhakrishna Pathak, Councilor Rajveer Singh, Umesh Bhardwaj, Tilakvir Singh, Meera Mittal, Rashmi Sharma, Kuldeep Singh, Sumit Verma, Govinda, Chandan Ahuja, Suraj Tomar and Neelam Goyal.

It also involved an additional municipal officer, assistant municipal officer, water general manager, senior engineer, senior tax officer, accounting officer, assistant water and prakash engineer, regional health officer, accountant, and senior auditor.

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