New initiative called 'Beggar Free City' launched in Maharashtra's Nagpur
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In Maharashtra, a new initiative called 'Beggar Free City' was launched in Nagpur.
Nagpur City Police Commissioner Amitesh Kumar said that a notice under 144 CrPC has been issued in this regard.
Notices were given to people, and chances are also not to be allowed in public places.
It is a joint venture of the Nagpur City Police and the Social Welfare Department of the Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC).
Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) has made special arrangements in its owned shelters to restrict homeless people.
The civic bodies have also arranged a bus and an ambulance to shift the beggars caught in the police operation to their shelter homes.
Establishment - 1st May 1960
Official Language - Marathi
Neighbouring States - Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Goa, Dadra And Nagar Haveli, Chhattisgarh
Members of Parliament -Lok Sabaha 48 (Rajya Sabha seats 19)
Legislature - Bicameral ( Assembly 289 and council 78 seats)
Literacy - 82.91%
Districts - 36
Major Rivers - Tributaries of Tapti, Bhima, Godavari and Krishna
Capital - Mumbai
Population - 11.23 crore (2011 census)
Governor - Ramesh Bais
Chief Minister -Eknath Shinde
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