On Saturday, a protest took place on Broad Street, marking International Worker’s Day. Various groups, including the local Trades Union Council, the National Union of Journalists and the Oxford Communist Corresponding Society, took part in a march, followed by a rally against government cuts to public services.There was a particular focus on the issues of decreasing NHS funding and proposed privatization, and public sector pay freezes and cuts. The event also addressed the issues of the Trident nuclear deterrent, the Royal Mail, and solidarity between workers in the public and private sectors.Bill McKeith, Assistant Secretary of the Oxford and District Trades Union Council, considered the protest to have been a success, saying that it was “very rousing, with lots of sympathy from the passers-by.” He also went on to praise speakers such as Joan Stewart, from the Oxfordshire Keep Our NHS Public campaign, Chad Croome, from the Communication Workers Union and Caroline Raine from the Palestine Solidarity Campaign for their contributions to the event.Lorna Merry, the leader of the Public and Commercial Services Union’s Tax Justice Campaign also spoke about the effects of pay freezes on the real incomes of tax office employees and the effect that this was having on the effectiveness of the system that enforces payment of taxation.Daniel Turner, the publicity officer for the OULC agreed with the spirit of the protests, saying that “These protests send out a clear message to the Coalition Government that ordinary people recognise austerity isn’t working for them. The government’s economic plan has proved self-defeating, and commentators from across the political spectrum rally against George Osborne’s intransigence.”However, not all were impressed by the protest. One student onlooker described the event as “a bit tiny and pathetic”. Henry Tonks, the secretary of OUCA dismissed the content of the protests, claiming that “economic recovery has not proceeded as swiftly as we would have wished. But we were becalmed by neoliberal economics, of the sort once embraced so amorously by the Labour Party, and the Coalition Government has correctly seen that old-fashioned thrift will get the ship of state sailing again. I might add old-fashioned thrift in partnership with much higher taxation on large businesses and on the rich – a soupcon of noblesse oblige.”
there are constructions on both sides of the way? The Archaeological Survey of India has power under the Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Sites and Remains Act1958 to get these encroachments vacated The Commission has also observed that donkeys used by traders to carry goods cause hardships to pilgrims on the entire stretch from Machi to the templewhich may result in any accident It hasthereforesuggested that the timings of using donkeys to carry goods be regulated beyond the frequency and rush of pilgrims on this entire routeespecially on festival days Although closed circuit television (CCTV) cameras are installed in the surrounding areas of the main templethe government or other nodal agencies like the local gram panchayat should install such cameras in places right from the temple to Tarapur Darwaja and further The Commission has also recommended that a TV screen showing live darshan of mataji round the clock during festival days be installed at every 200-300 metres at the Champaner bus standMachi bus standropeway corner stand and up to the foothills of the temple from where the steps begin At every reasonable distancewatchtowers with camera operators should be set up to keep vigil over crowd movement Police and paramilitary forcesNGOs and volunteers should be deployed at every nook and corner (on the entire route) to regulate the rush during religious festivals All structures on the entire routeparticularly the stepsshould be duly checked and repaired before festivals beginand way for pilgrims be opened only after it is certified by an engineer The Commission has also recommended that the exit and entry routes be chalked out separatelyand that NCC and NSS cadets and social workers armed with megaphones should be deployed at all vantage points It has also been recommended that places where devotees in lakhs are likely to gather be declared as Disaster Prone Area under the Disaster Management Act. Besides, For,creativity lies in looking around their environs for colours.Gadhvi said he was on ?Bhupendra Gadhvi, The committee has given nine recommendations for the implementation of the sixth pay commission and decided to give the benefits to all the PMC officials and employees.they should be made available in the budget. download Indian Express App More Related News
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