Day 651: 29-Nov-16

Steps taken by AAP government in Delhi on 29-Nov-16:

  1. Banned notes worth Rs. 8.15 crore deposited by Transport Corporation, Delhi Government refers matter to ACB. ( ( ( (
  2. AAP Ministers tell officials to go easy on street vendors because of the demonitisation impact. (
  3. The Delhi government has decided to release a part of the salary of non-gazetted employees in cash. (

Related News:

  1. Swaraj India accuses Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal of earning huge money in the sale of auto-rickshaws in the national capital and demanded a CBI inquiry. (
  2. The employees DCW held a silent protest outside the DCW office as they have not been paid salaries for the last 3 months. ( (
  3. Delhi Metro announces the completion of all new tunnels, Metro Phase III to launch next year. ( (
  4. 100 Delhi Police personnel get lesson on how to use e-wallets. (
  5. National Green Tribunal clears decks for Delhi-Meerut Expressway. (
  6. Okhla waste plant violates Master Plan 2021 : National Green Tribunal. (

Day 650: 28-Nov-16

Steps taken by AAP government in Delhi on 28-Nov-16:

  1. Delhi government launches a campaign on drug abuse prevention for students studying in its schools in order to create awareness among them. (

Related News:

  1. Delhi High Court reserves its order for Tuesday on a plea seeking relaxation of the Rs. 2.5 lakh withdrawal limit for marriages after the currency ban. (
  2. CBI has booked 3 postal department officials, for allegedly converting old currency notes worth Rs. 36 lakh fraudulently. (
  3. AAP Government asks Supreme Court not to take any ‘Precipitative Action’ on Shunglu report. (
  4. Sheila Dikshit’s ex-principal secy M M Kutty in race to become chief secretary of the capital. (
  5. Ex-MLA Rambeer Shokeen arrested after year on the run. ( (

Day 649: 27-Nov-16

Steps taken by AAP government in Delhi on 27-Nov-16:

  1. 360 people arrested in last 3 weeks by Delhi Government, for drinking in public places. (

Related News:

  1. Nearly 3 weeks after notes ban, cash crunch shows signs of relent in cities. (
  2. Shunglu committee formed to examine over 400 files, on decisions taken by the AAP government submits its report to Delhi LG Najeeb Jung. ( ( ( (
  3. Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal has recommended to LG Najeeb Jung that the recent appointment of Member Secretary to DCW be withdrawn. ( (
  4. Delhi Police asks its men to go cashless, to promote a cashless economy. ( (
  5. A Delhi Police sub-inspector arrested for duping a businessman of Rs 15 lakh on the pretext of changing the demonetised Rs 1,000 and Rs 500 notes into new ones. ( (
  6. Aam Aadmi Party to protest against the Centre’s demonetisation scheme with songs, letters. (
  7. Demonetisation drive haunts the participating traders even on the last day of International Trade Fair. (

Day 648: 26-Nov-16

Steps taken by AAP government in Delhi on 26-Nov-16:

  1. The Delhi government organised 67 camps across the Capital to help workers from the unorganised sector open bank accounts. (
  2. Permission for digging and cutting into roads will now be granted online in a first-of-its-kind integrated portal : Delhi Government. (

Related News:

  1. Wind, warm weather improve Delhi’s air quality for the first in November. ( (
  2. Delhi government’s PWD unleashed traffic mayhem in south Delhi by suddenly beginning repair work on the half-flyover at Savitri Cinema on Saturday. (
  3. I agree with Arvind Kejriwal government in 99% of cases, says Najeeb Jung. ( ( (
  4. Long queue, but hardly any cash at Delhi rurban village’s lone bank. (
  5. Power Discoms in the capital gear up to meet winter power demands. (
  6. Aam Aadmi Party warned that Delhiites would no longer tolerate “corrupt and inefficient” civic bodies. (
  7. BJP leader Vijender Gupta levels serious charges against Delhi Government. (
  8. Banks to remain closed  for two days on weekend, ATMs empty in Delhi NCR. (

Day 647: 25-Nov-16

Steps taken by AAP government in Delhi on 25-Nov-16:

  1. A 23.6 km-long Vikaspuri- Wazirabad signal-free corridor in outer Delhi was thrown open to the public by the Delhi government. ( ( (
  2. Delhi Aam Aadmi Party Government to probe irregularities in issuing ration cards in the year 2013. (
  3. Delhi AAP Government saves Rs. 12 crore in the construction of Mukundpur flyover. (

Related News:

  1. CBI registers case against AAP legislator Amanatullah Khan in Waqf board scam. ( ( ( (
  2. Resident doctors at Delhi’s Safdarjung hospital call off strike. (
  3. The Supreme Court bans sale of firecrackers in Delhi NCR. ( (
  4. The Delhi High Court asked what was the need for the MCD and DDA if they cannot take necessary steps to manage landfill sites in the city. (
  5. At crowded Delhi Metro stations, many ATMs run dry. (
  6. Opposing the ban on firecrackers, traders in the Capital questioned why the government was not taking action against polluting factories & vehicles. (
  7. With no jobs, hungry daily wagers turn to langar halls in the capital. (
  8. The CPCB has recommended to the Supreme Court that parking fee in Delhi/NCR be hiked 3-4 times when air quality is in the “severe” or “very poor” category. (
  9. Heavily penalise those violating construction norms: LG Najeeb Jung. (

Day 646: 24-Nov-16

Steps taken by AAP government in Delhi on 24-Nov-16:

**None for the day**

Related News:

  1. Three traffic police contables have been booked for allegedly extorting Rs. 1.20 lakh, from a Delhi resident when he was carrying the money meant for his nephew’s wedding. ( ( (
  2. People in Delhi queue outside petrol pumps, cooperative stores to use old notes. (
  3. Delhi’s Ex CM Sheila Dikshit’s son-in-law gets bail. (
  4. Resident doctors at Delhi’s Safdarjung Hospital continue strike. (
  5. Chandni Chowk revamp: Delhi HC asks MHA to explain the transfer of 2 nodal officers. (
  6. The High Court issues notices to DDA, SDMC and Delhi Police for garbage pile ups in Dwarka. (
  7. Delhi Police’s detains three persons, with Rs 27 lakh in new currency notes from outside the Nizamuddin Railway Station. ( ( (
  8. SHO and four of his subordinates suspended after it was found that they pocketed Rs 25 lakh from a garbage collector. ( ( (

Day 645: 23-Nov-16

Steps taken by AAP government in Delhi on 23-Nov-16:

  1. Transport Minister Satyendar Jain ordered a probe into allegations that some DTC officials have been depositing large amounts of demonetised currency as bus fare in banks. ( (

Related News:

  1. Make public transport, Government offices disabled-friendly: Delhi High Court. (
  2. A group of resident doctors at Safdarjung Hospital in New Delhi went on strike. (
  3. Madame Tussauds wax museum to open in Delhi next year. ( (
  4. Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung almost agreed to set up Mohalla Clinics in Schools: AAP. ( (
  5. BJP Delhi unit is worried ahead of civic body polls, as demonitisation hits traders. (
  6. A surveyhas revealed that about 60% feel Delhi is unsafe to live and travel in, especially for women, senior citizens and children. (
  7. Centre transfers Delhi’s chief secretary K K Sharma to department of higher education in ministry of HRD. ( (
  8. Pollution leaving Delhiites with watery eyes, AIIMS sounds alarm. (
  9. Delhi’s Deputy CM Manish Sisodia raised the standoff over the appointment of directors in power discoms with LG Najeeb Jung. (

Day 644: 22-Nov-16

Steps taken by AAP government in Delhi on 22-Nov-16:

  1. Delhi AAP Government is preparing to promote solar energy usage in the capital. (

Related News:

  1. Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia detained while marching to parliament in protest against the currency ban. ( ( ( (
  2. Leading Delhi hospitals tie up with banks to ease patients’ cash crunch. (
  3. With fat books and empty pockets, students in exam time mug up in ATM queues in the capital. (
  4. The South Delhi Municipal Corporation has extended the service tenure of contractual field workers as well as field workers. (
  5. The Supreme Court dismissed Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal’s plea to stay a criminal defamation trial against him based on a complaint by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley. ( ( (
  6. The heavy blanket of smog could return in Delhi soon as the constant sources of pollution have remained largely the same, experts said. (
  7. Delhi government witnessed a major reshuffle of IAS officers with new heads taking charge of key departments, on the directions of lieutenant governor Najeeb Jung. (
  8. The Delhi Development Authority (DDA) is gearing up for a major restructuring after almost three decades. ( (

Day 643: 21-Nov-16

Steps taken by AAP government in Delhi on 21-Nov-16:

**None for the day**

Related News:

  1. Chikungunya cases fall in Delhi, Dengue crosses 4000 mark in capital. (
  2. Labourers in the capital being exploited to convert black money to white. (
  3. The National Green Tribunal directs the Delhi government and civic bodies to inform it about the total quantity of solid waste generated in the national capital daily. (
  4. Supreme Court defers the hearing for one day on the appeal of Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal seeking a stay on in a criminal defamation case filed against him by Arun Jaitley. (
  5. The Delhi Government asks it’s to check DDA report pertaining to cases of open burning of garbage and leaves. (
  6. Nearly two weeks after the demonetisation move, the situation in small and big markets alike was far from normal. (

Day 642: 20-Nov-16

Steps taken by AAP government in Delhi on 20-Nov-16:

**None for the day**

Related News:

  1. Postal officials visit hospitals, help patients exchange notes in the capital. (
  2. Delhi Police is in the process of setting up a separate control room for handling calls on phone number 112, an all-in-one emergency services. (
  3. Delhi Zoo records 500 local migratory stork births amid bird flu scare. ( (
  4. The Delhi government has requested the RBI and SBI to exempt staff of its Principal Accounts Office from standing in queues to ensure timely payments to employees, beneficiaries and vendors, among others. (
  5. A proctorial enquiry by JNU has found ABVP member Vikrant Kumar guilty of assaulting Najeeb Ahmed during a brawl following which the latter went missing. (