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Strictly Implement The Rule Indicating Punishment For Non-Wearing Of Mask, Spitting In Public Places, Etc. : Madras HC Directs Govt. [Read Order]
News UpdatesStrictly Implement The Rule Indicating Punishment For Non-Wearing Of Mask, Spitting In Public Places, Etc. : Madras HC Directs Govt. [Read Order] Sparsh Upadhyay26 Sep 2020 8:12 AMShare This – xThe Madras High Court on Thursday (17th September) directed the State Government to strictly implement the amended Rule (framed indicating the punishment for non-wearing of the mask, violating social distancing and spitting in public places) which came into being pursuant to the above Government Order dated 04.09.2020The Court also directed that due publicity will have to be given to the Rule…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe Madras High Court on Thursday (17th September) directed the State Government to strictly implement the amended Rule (framed indicating the punishment for non-wearing of the mask, violating social distancing and spitting in public places) which came into being pursuant to the above Government Order dated 04.09.2020The Court also directed that due publicity will have to be given to the Rule and the action that is likely to be taken.The Division Bench of Justice M. M. Sundresh and Justice R. Hemalatha was hearing a writ petition filed by a practising Lawyer, seeking appropriate action on the part of the respondents towards the banning of spitting in public in tune with the provisions of The Prohibition of Smoking and Spitting Act, 2002, particularly, in the light of Pandemic situation.Prayer of the PetitionerPetitioner filed a Plea under Article 226 of the Constitution of India, praying for the issuance of a Writ of Mandamus, directing the respondents to:-(a) Ban Spitting in Public and made punishable under the provisions of Prohibition of Smoking and Spitting Act, 2002 and strictly implement the same;(b) Direct the Public Health Board to provide Public Sanitary conveniences and regulate deposit of rubbish/ garbage on streets in total implementation of prohibition of defecation in Open Place Act, 2019 passed by the Government of India;(c) Manage and segregate waste in a scientific manner, more particularly medical hazardous and toxic waste and other plastic waste, to prevent the spread of COVID Pandemic and other epidemics, to prevent environmental pollution and the authorities to file a report on disposal track of such waste;(d) Monitor all staff of private and Government establishments are provided with sufficient toilets and levy penalties on faulting staff who defecate on public streets/roads;(e) Implement the Solid Waste Management Rules, 2016 strictly all over the state of Tamil Nadu and levy penalties as per the act on the persons who have not implemented the same in violations of the said Act; and(f) Give widespread consciousness and awareness at all public places by installation of boards and spreading the message to practice social distancing and wearing of appropriate masks which will prevent infection.It may be noted that a Government Order in G.O.(Ms.) No.326, Health and Family Welfare (AB2) Department, dated 04.09.2020, was issued, by which, in exercise of the power conferred under Section 138-A of the Tamil Nadu Public Health Act, 1939, relevant Rule has been framed indicating the punishment for non-wearing of the mask, violating social distancing and spitting in public placesThough the aforesaid rule has come into being, the counsel for the petitioner submitted before the Court that it has not been followed in letter and spirit.Court’s DecisionIn context of the aforesaid rule, the High Court said,”We have already issued appropriate directions earlier to the authorities in the State of Tamil Nadu to implement the provisions strictly. We only reiterate that the amended Rule which came into being pursuant to the above said Government Order dated 04.09.2020 will have to be implemented strictly by the respondents. Due publicity will have to be given on the Rule and the action that is likely to be taken.” (emphasis supplied)Further the Court said,”Insofar as the other issues sought to be raised by the learned counsel for the petitioner with respect to segregation of medical wastes with the other wastes, we are not willing to go into the same for want of appropriate respondents. Accordingly, we are not inclined to go into the same. However, Liberty is given to the petitioner for filing a comprehensive writ petition.” (emphasis supplied)Case Details:Case Title: N. Rajkumar v. The Chief Secretary to Government and othersCase No.: W.P.No.9927 of 2020Quorum: Justice M. M. Sundresh and Justice R. HemalathaAppearance: Advocate M. Gnanasekar (for the Petitioner); Addl. Govt. Pleader R. Vijaya Kumar (for RR1 to 3); R.Gopinath (for R4).Click Here To Download Order[Read Order]Next Story
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The young people have degrees in orthopedics and prosthetics from Don Bosco University (UDB), an institution located in a semi-rural sector of the municipality of Soyapango, on the northeastern edge of San Salvador and notorious for the strong gang presence in its numerous neighborhoods. According to current plans, this group of young people will be replaced in three months by another Salvador team, and the rotation will continue as long as necessary. The technicians, who are traveling to Port-au-Prince Wednesday, will spend the next few months as part of a mission supported by the non-governmental organizations Handicap International and Healing Hands for Haiti, working to help those mutilated in the tragedy recover their mobility. He calculated that the group of Salvadorans will build around three hundred prosthetic limbs in their mission in that country. Although initial plans are for the Salvadorans to work for three months, Martínez affirmed that the mission “can be extended as necessary.” Six young Salvadoran volunteers with expertise in making prosthetic limbs will bring hope to hundreds of Haitians who lost a limb in the earthquake that devastated that impoverished Caribbean country in January. By Dialogo March 04, 2010 “After seeing how difficult and precarious conditions are in Haiti and hearing the international cable-news channels start to mention that thirty, forty, and even one hundred amputations were being performed daily, we coordinated with the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO)” to offer help, the dean of UDB’s School of Rehabilitation Sciences, José Rolando Martínez, told EFE.
LocalNews Behanzin concerned about CHANCES by: – July 12, 2011 Share 31 Views no discussions Share Tweet CHANCES located on the Jimmit Highway. Photo credit: maureen61.blogspot.comFormer Magistrate Tiyani Behanzin has taken issue with CHANCES, a building set up in Jimmit to house delinquent children or young offenders.Mr. Behanzin says there should be different options for young offenders in Dominica, and that there must also be a different solution to remove young people out of the court system and put them in a more secure place.The building which costs over one million dollars was officially opened in September.Behanzin believes better could have been done with that money used for construction of the Chances building by providing better ways and means to have those children raised with functional families rather than sending them in an area where there is no family setting.Dominica Vibes News Share Sharing is caring!
The two most successful teams in English football-Liverpool and Manchester United will go head-to-head today in the headline fixture of Week 23 Premier League. The Red Devils travel to Anfield with a hat-trick of fallen giants in their sights, having ended the unbeaten runs of Arsenal’s Invincibles and Jose Mourinho’s Chelsea ended by the Red Devils in years gone by, the third-longest streak in Premier League history could be nextLiverpool boast a 38-game stint that dates back to a win at Brighton almost 12 months ago to the day. And now the threat of the Manchester United curse lingers over Anfield and Jurgen Klopp’s imperious title favourites. In fact, Liverpool October trip to Old Trafford saw the run come under its biggest threat as Adam Lallana had to rescue a 1-1 draw just five minutes from time. That game did end the Reds’ 17-game winning streak, just one match short of Manchester City’s Premier League record.But the top spot of the unbeaten leaderboard is now seemingly within grasp.Chelsea strung together 40 games without defeat across 2004 and 2005 as Mourinho led the Blues to consecutive titles.Top of the tree are Arsenal, with their Invincibles season of 2003/04 forming much of their 49 match spell to October of that year – when Chelsea’s run began.What do those two runs have in common? United ended them.The infamous Battle of the Buffet unfolded in the Red Devils’ favour as Ruud van Nistelrooy put his penalty demons against the Gunners aside with a 73rd-minute opener before Wayne Rooney sealed the win in stoppage time.Mike Riley’s decision to hand United the spot-kick was criticised by many and a fight broke out in the Old Trafford tunnel – Cesc Fabregas lobbing a pizza at Sir Alex Ferguson.It is fair to say the victory to end Chelsea’s streak in November 2005 was less controversial.The Blues were 40 games unbeaten when heading to Manchester, where Darren Fletcher’s looping header secured a 1-0 win.Liverpool will be clear favourites when welcoming their rivals to Merseyside on Sunday while currently 14 points clear at the top of the table.Yet the visitors have only suffered one defeat in five Premier League trips to Anfield – a run that extends to one in seven when including Old Trafford encounters.That one Liverpool win was certainly significant as Mourinho was sacked after the 3-1 loss to Klopp’s men in December 2018.But Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has manufactured a team that is relatively decent against the top sides, with a counter-attacking style suited to being under a bit more pressure.Arsenal downed United at the Emirates last month but Manchester City, Tottenham, Chelsea and Leicester have all lost to the Norwegian this season.Of course, defeat certainly does not mean Liverpool would collapse and surrender their huge title race lead.Chelsea bounced back from their streak ending to win 10 straight games and that year’s Premier League. Although Arsenal won only one of their next five matches en route to finishing 12 points off the pace.However, Liverpool’s victory at Tottenham last time out continued their unbeaten start to the Premier League season, their record of 20 wins from 21 fixtures the best ever start by any side in the history of Europe’s top five leagues.Klopp’s side head into this weekend’s clash having won 12 consecutive top-flight fixtures, whilst they are 38 unbeaten in the Premier League and have gone a mammoth 51 league games without defeat at Anfield, a run stretching all the way back to a 2-1 reverse to Crystal Palace almost three years ago.The form of the European and world champions is an ominous warning to this weekend’s opponents and those with faint hopes of preventing the Reds securing an elusive Premier League title, though United will take hope from having been the only side to take points from the leaders so far this season.Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side continue to produce inconsistent performances, mixing solid showings with inadequate displays. Three victories and two defeats from their previous five fixtures is in keeping with their season thus far, an inexperienced team often taking two steps forward and then one back.Last weekend’s morale boosting thrashing of Norwich was much needed following poor displays against Arsenal in the Premier League and Manchester City in the Carabao Cup, results which were in contrast to the club’s previously impressive record against top six opposition.Already this season Manchester United have enjoyed victories over Chelsea (twice), Manchester City, Tottenham and Leicester, whilst as mentioned earlier their draw with Liverpool is the only fixture in which the Merseyside club have dropped points.The Red Devils pace in forward areas is perhaps better suited to games in which they concede the majority of possession, and hitting on the counter-attack with the likes of Marcus Rashford, Anthony Martial and Daniel James will more than likely be their plan at Anfield.Meanwhile, Solskjaer believes he has discovered a ‘nice’ way of playing against Liverpool ahead of United’s clash with the Premier League leaders on Sunday. United are the only team to take points off Liverpool in the league this season after their 1-1 draw at Old Trafford in October. That result continued Jurgen Klopp’s struggle for victories over the Red Devils since he arrived as Liverpool boss in 2015.The German has taken on Manchester United 10 times as manager of the Reds and won just twice, with six draws and two defeats to the Old Trafford side.Klopp’s side have not been beaten at home in the league since April 2017, so Solskjaer has a tough task ahead of him at Anfield this weekend, but he is confident of getting a result.‘Of course it is hard, but I’ve had Liverpool here twice, we’ve drawn both,’ Solskjaer said after the FA Cup victory over Wolves on Wednesday night. ‘Of course you want to win them games but I think we’ve found a nice way of playing against them and we’ve deserved the points in both of them. ‘Let’s just wait and see, because it’s a couple of days before I see you again so let’s talk about Liverpool then.’Solskjaer has indeed confirmed an injury blow to Marcus Rashford, ahead of their quest to end Liverpool’s Invincibles bid with the chances of that happening have taken a significant hit as Rashford suffered an injury during United’s 1-0 victory over Wolves in an FA Cup third-round replay on Wednesday evening.Rashford came off the bench when the score was still goalless but lasted just 16 minutes before being forced off with a back injury, having suffered from similar knocks in recent weeks.While there is hope that the England international will be available for the clash with Liverpool this weekend, Solskjaer stated the decision to introduce him backfired.“Yeah that backfired, sometimes that happens. He took a knock and he couldn’t run. He has struggled with a few knocks in his back lately and there’s another one today,” he told BT Sport after the match.The 22-year-old has been in prolific form for United recently, scoring six goals in his last eight appearances in all competitions prior to the midweek FA Cup clash against Wolves.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram