It has not been more than 2 years since load shedding ended. We all were happy that at last Nagpur city will not face load shedding. Though it houses many power plants but still it faces hardships of load shedding the reason given by MSEDCL and Spanco is losses. Is there no loss of power when the power gets distributed from Nagpur to the adjoining cities. Is it below permissible limits at they make their own limits and take their own decisions. Power is the basic necessity after food, clothing and shelter. How can we all get deprived of power because of losses above certain limits.
Jan Manch has taken an initiative to help birds this summer by providing them with food and shelter. They are selling wooden home at a discount so that residents in Nagpur can buy them and provide food and water to birds.
Most of the birds die in summer season due to lack of water and Jan Manch wants to raise the issue of extending a helping hand for the conservation of our aerial friends who gives beauty to the sky. If we all rise and help our aerial friends we can save their lives and conserve our environment.
Over 50 Tribal Ashramshala teachers have gone on hunger strike till their demands were met, at RBI Square, Nagpur. These protesters represented teachers employed at ashramshala in Gadchiroli, Gondia, Bhandara and Chandrapur districts. These teachers were not paid salary since last 3 years. Ashramshalas are places in tribal area which gives food, clothes, shelter and books for school students.