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Wednesday, 9 September 2020

Now, no dairy, open meat sale, garbage dump in Ambala

Nitin Jain
Tribune News Service
Ambala, September 8

All dairies will be shifted out and nobody will be allowed to keep cattle and other animals. There will be a blanket ban on open fish and meat sale. A solid waste management plant will be set up and there will be no open garbage dump.

Before Rafale's formal induction

  • The decisions were taken a day before the first set of five Rafale jets would be formally inducted

  • Chairing a meeting, Vij made it clear that the country's oldest airbase will not face any problem and he would ensure that Rafale fighter jets get free air space for landing and takeoff

These were among the major steps taken by the district administration today on the directions of Home Minister Anil Vij to resolve issues posing a threat to the Indian Air Force (IAF) station. The decisions were taken a day before the first set of five Rafale jets would be formally inducted.

Chairing a meeting of district officials in the presence of the Indian Air Force authorities, Vij made it clear that the country's oldest airbase would not face any problem and he would ensure that Rafale fighter jets and other aircraft here got free air space for landing and takeoff.

While pet and wild birds were a risk to jets and other aircraft, unauthorised structures in the vicinity of the Indian Air Force station had aggravated the threat. According to rough estimates, over 8,000 people were residing in over 1,000 structures within 100 metres of the airbase.

Vij formed a three-member committee headed by the Urban Local Government Chief Engineer to ensure implementation of decisions. The panel would meet at least once a month to review implementation of the action plan.



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