Maharashtra Societies Welfare Association (MahaSeWA),  Mumbai

1. A meeting was convened by CA. Ramesh Prabhu, Chairman, MahaSeWA in order to prepare a representation to the chief minister on the implementation of GR dated 13-9-2019 on 13th March 2020 in MahaSeWA conference room.

In the meeting chaired by Hon'ble Shri.Nirmal Deshmukh, IAS (Rtd) former CEO of SRA, the following have been invited to participate:
(1) Ar.Manoj Daisaria, Past President PEATA 
(2) Ar. Arvind Wadke, Treasurer, Indian Institute of Architects, Mumbai,
(3) Ar.Taranath Shetty
(4) Ar.Mukund Godbole
(5) Ar.Kishor Bhoir
(6) Ar.Sandeep Kangutkar
(7) Ar.Kumar Kashyap
(8) Er.Himesh Gupta
(9) CA.Bharat Rao
(10)Mr. D.R.Sarang, former Dy Secretary in Govt.
 (11) Shri.S.Parthasarathy, vice President, MahaSeWA  and
(12) Shri.Sunil Sharma, spokesperson of MahaSeWA.

On this occasion, a book on Self Redevelopment was presented to Hon'ble Shri.Nirmal Deshmukh.

The Agenda included:
(1) Implementation of the GR 13/9/2019 by making necessary amendments in the respective law
(2) Suggesting additional measures which are required to build confidence in the Societies to go ahead with self redevelopment
(3) Representation to revive the stalled projects or where builders have stopped doing  anything after the DA is executed and where the builders have stopped the work half way and also stopped rent and the incentives to the society to go for self redevelopment by involving or without involving builders.

Volunteers or MahaSeWA, Mumbai    

Mr. Sunil Sharma, MD and Chief editor of MNS Media News Services and Ca.Ramesh Prabhu, chairman , MahaSeWA made an appeal for volunteers on voluntary basis  interested to join their hands with MahaSeWA in its campaign  and efforts to Fight Against  Covid 19 to do the following :
1)Creating awareness  to observe social distance in every CHzs, Advance Locality management or slums.
(2)collecting data of domestic and unorganized workers working in any society, commercial building, tenanted buildings , condominium or in any other way or staying in slums, slum society, MMRDA, Mhada transit camp etc.
(3) Facilitate bulk supply  of  essentials to societies or to big complexes or ALM, RWA or locality.
(4) Enroll maximum CHS, NGO, HNI, commercial establishments, Members of CHS, business men, service class to contribute generously to CM Disaster  Relief fund or PM CARES Fund or to supply food or essentials to migrant workers or supply medical equipments, mask , sanitization, kit, etc. to support the Covid 19 warriors.
Online registration:   
By CA Ramesh Prabhu, Chairman, MahaSeWA, Mo 9820106768.

Prashanthi Nagar S.C.W. Association, Uppal

The Telangana Morrac Association has conducted ‘Morarac’ (a different game of carom), it’s 1st  State Level tournament for veteran Men and Women of 55+ years along with men and women (open category) on 14th and 15th March, at Prashanthi Nagar Welfare association, Uppal, Hyderabad. Sri.Nissar Ahamad of Hyderabad international carom champion was the chief guest, who presented the awards to the winners. Dr. Pawan Kumar, (President) Sri. Jaya Prasad Kalyani (Gen.Sec.) and Sri. K.Jagannatha Swamy (org. Sec.) have conducted the tournament successfully.

Delay in removal of Maradu debris  

Four Apartment buildings were demolished in Manadu, Cochin after a long negotiations and the debris remains to be removed even after 45 days. National Green Tribunal took suo motu cognizance of the delay in removal of steel and concrete waste from the four sites. The state level committee on solid waste management submitted its report stating that process of segregation and removal of debris was not at the expected pace.

Encroachment of Foot-Paths

As a follow up action to a Resolution passed by the 7th NCRWA, Sri. T.V. Nageswara Rao who moved the Resolution has forwarded the interim status-report on 9th March.
1. Accordingly, a letter is finalized after consultations to be sent to the State Governments and to other urban authorities. This is largely inspired by the views expressed by Prof. B.R.Santa and a letter sent by Col. Tejandra Pal Tyagi, Convenor, CoRWA to the Govt. of UP. 
2.On an earlier reference from the Convenor, CoRWA, the Dept. of Housing & Urban Affairs, GoI has responded that the issue comes under State List, and suggested to approach the State Govts. 
3.Accordingly, a drafted letter was sent to all CoRWA office bearers and in response Sri JMS Nagarjunan, Chennai, has responded with a suggestion. Later, he was requested to send the letter to his State Govt, duly incorporating his suggestion. As of now, no other individual or forum has responded on the issue, though considerable time has elapsed since.
4.Further, with regard to AP & TS, It was understood that the letters will be sent to the concerned departments by either CoRWA or the concerned U-FERWAS and APFERWAS.  However, this aspect of the action taken at their end is still to be confirmed. Individual members may not be able to take that much interest, on the issue, by virtue of several factors.
5.In view of the above factual situation, it is felt that the CoRWA itself should send the letters addressed to all the State authorities in the country, from its side to deal with such common public issue.
By T.V. Nageswara Rao, Gajuwaka, AP      

AP Civil & Legal Rights Association 

The Andhra Pradesh Civil and Legal Rights Association has conducted a meeting on ‘Democracy and Local Body Elections’ in Vijayawada Press Club. In the meeting presided by the president of APCLA, Sri. Muppalla Subba Rao, the following persons have participated in the debate: C.P.I. State Secretary Sri. K. Ramakrishna, TDP leaders Sri. Varla Ramaiah, Sri. Ramanaidu, Congress leader Dr. Gangadhar, CPM leader Sri. A. Venkateswara Rao, AAF leader Sri. Rama Rao, APCLA Secretary Sri. P. Ramesh Kumar, CPI State Assistant Secretary Sri. Muppalla Nageswara Rao, AITUC State Secretary Sri. Obulesu, Bar Council member Sri. Sunkara  Rajendra Prasad, Chalasani Ajay Kumar, Parameswara Rao, TDP Legal Cell member Sri. Sreepathi Rao, CPU Krishna District Secretary Smt. Akkineni Vanaja, Sri. R. Ravindranath, Sri. Paruchuri Rajendra and other civil society activists and lawyers.

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