News in Pics by Rons Bantwal – Feb 12

Daijiworld Media Network – Mumbai (RD/SP)
Mumbai, Feb 12:

The activists of Mumbai Pradesh Youth Congress staged a protest on Wednesday February 11, outside Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) office, for not inviting MP Eknath Gaekwad to attend the inaugural function of the first Monorail Project in the metro.

The suburban Antop Hill police successfully solved a kidnap case by rescuing six-year old Prahlad Gupta here.

Samajwadi Party leader Amar Singh inaugurated their metro's District party office on Wednesday February 11.

The members of Maharastra Rajya Aanganwady Karmachari Sangh staged a protest in the metro, on Wednesday February 11, urging the state administration to fulfill their demands.

Resident Medical Officers (RMOs) of K E M Hospital went on strike on Tuesday February 10, alleging that some of the relatives of patients had beaten up four doctors of the hospital  on Monday night.

The investors of the Kalpavriksha Marketing protest at Azad Maidan  here on Tuesday February 10, demanding repayment of their investments with the firm.

Akadas Welfare Trust president and BSP leader Mohammed Ali Shaikh inaugurated the Badlav Challenge Cup Cricket Tournament in the metro on Tuesday.

The members of National Railway Mazdoor Union protest against S S E(W), Kalyan  outside the Central Railway (CR) general manager's office here on Tuesday.

The illumination of Mantaralaya in the metro, spotted with missing alphabets L and A, on Monday night. 


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