Troubled for kidney treatment, Nimit will get new life, big help from Yogi government

Troubled for kidney treatment, Nimit will get new life, big help from Yogi government

Lucknow: Nimit Gupta of Farurkhabad, who has been suffering for kidney treatment for three years, has got a big help from the state government. Financial assistance has been given to the victim who came with a complaint in the Chief Minister's court. This has raised hope in Nimit and expressing happiness, he has expressed his gratitude to Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. Nimit Gupta is a resident of Prasad Street Farurkhabad and is worried about kidney transplant since 3 years. At home there is a wife and a daughter. Financial condition is not good. Make a living by teaching tuition. In such a situation, it was becoming difficult to treat him. He had earlier also sought financial help from the government, due to which he is doing three dialysis every week. After the doctor's advice to do a kidney transplant, he requested the state government for financial help.

While hearing him on Tuesday, the Chief Minister directed him to provide financial assistance of Rs 5 lakh. With this information, happiness has returned in Nimit's life. Having a kidney transplant has given him hope of getting a new life again. The whole family is happy with the help from CM Yogi. The age of the princess living in Lucknow's Rashmi Khand, Sharda Nagar Bungalow Bazar is more than 60 years. Husband Harishankar Yadav does stone work. The financial condition of the family is so bad that sometimes even bread is not available to eat. With great hope, the princess had applied for old age pension in the Chief Minister's court.

After investigating the DM and Director Social Welfare, the state government has extended a helping hand to the princess, which will now make it easier for her to survive in old age. A total of 263 cases came in the Chief Minister's Janata Darshan program on Tuesday, out of which ten were disposed of there. While necessary instructions were given for the rest. 


Justice Mehboob Ali's direction - speed up efforts to get maximum punishment to criminals in POCSO cases

Justice Mehboob Ali's direction - speed up efforts to get maximum punishment to criminals in POCSO cases

Lucknow: President of the Institute of Judicial Training and Research in Uttar Pradesh, Justice Mehboob Ali said that efforts should be made by the prosecuting officers to provide maximum punishment to the criminals by providing effective lobbying in cases registered under the POCSO Act.      

Justice Mehboob Ali was speaking in an online training program for Special Judges (POCSO), senior officers of Police and Prosecution Department and Special Public Prosecutors for advocacy in POCSO cases in a program organized in association with Home Department at Judicial Training and Research Institute here today. Were were He said that the main objective of this program was to apprise the Special Public Prosecutors appointed for the defense of POCSO cases about the latest legal arrangements, to remove practical difficulties and make them more sensitive to such cases, so that the cases instituted under this Act can be disposed of. Speedy and maximum punishment can be given to the culprits.       

The President of the Institute, Justice Mehboob Ali, while calling upon the officers participating in the program, highlighted the important provisions of the Protection of Children from Sexual Offenses Act 2012 and requested them to implement lawfully with sensitivity. He said that efforts should be made by the prosecuting officers to give maximum punishment to the criminals by providing effective lobbying in the cases registered under the POCSO Act. In the inaugural session of the program, Additional Chief Secretary, Home Department, Avnish Kumar Awasthi, while addressing the participating officers said that children are the heritage of the nation, whose promotion, protection and development is the responsibility of all of us.       

He said that the Protection of Children from Sexual Offenses Act has taken care of all the aspects covered under it and it is a complete Act in itself. He also stressed on the clear intention of the government in relation to the protection and development of children and called upon the special public prosecutors appointed to advocate for pox cases, to take action with full integrity, competence and sensitivity. At the beginning of the inaugural session, Ram Manohar Narayan Mishra, the director of the institute, while welcoming all the guests, expressed his views. On this occasion Pramod Kumar Srivastava, Principal Secretary, Justice, Ashutosh Pandey, Additional Director General of Police, Prosecution etc. also addressed the trainee officers.       

This one day online training program on Protection of Children from Sexual Offenses Act 2012 was organized on the instructions of the state government in compliance with the decision of the Supreme Court. In this online training program, various important aspects of the Protection of Children from Sexual Offenses Act were discussed in detail by the faculty officers and guest speakers of the institute.