Locals back Akash Vijayvargiya over attack on Indore municipal officials

first_img Press Trust of India IndoreJune 27, 2019UPDATED: June 27, 2019 19:54 IST Organizations of government employees submitted amemorandum to the divisional commissioner Thursday protesting the assault by the BJP MLAA day after BJP MLA Akash Vijayvargiya was arrested here for assaulting an official during a demolition drive, the women whose house was to be pulled down said it was the result of `misbehaviour’ by civic officials.Akash, son of BJP leader Kailash Vijayvargiya, was arrested Wednesday when he attacked a municipal official with a bat while opposing demolition of a house in Ganji Compound area.Sapna Shrivansh (40) and two other women from the family which lives in the house held a press conference Thursday and supported the MLA.”Our family has been living in this rented house for 80 years. It was declared dilapidated by the municipal corporation and we were asked to vacate it within two days. We sought more time but the corporation did not heed our request,” Shrivansh said.The demolition team entered the house forcibly and “misbehaved” with the women of the family, she alleged. The other two women said that Akash Vijayvargiya reached the spot after learning about what was happening and opposed the demolition.”He took up the bat to protect women,” said one of them. “We lodged a complaint against corporation officials at MG Road Police Station today. But the police has not registered a case so far,” said Sapna Shrivansh. When contacted, police station in-charge Rajendra Chaturvedi said, “We are investigating the complaint. Suitable steps would be taken after investigation.”Municipal officials denied the allegation that the demolition team misbehaved with anyone. The house was in a dilapidated condition and a notice had been issued earlier to its occupants to vacate it but they were not ready to budge, officials said.advertisementOrganizations of government employees submitted amemorandum to the divisional commissioner Thursday protesting the assault by the BJP MLA. Municipal employees also sported black badges in protest.Vijayvargiya, who was caught on camera assaulting a municipal official Wednesday during the fracas, had alleged that the officials misbehavFor sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byShahrukh Tags :Follow BJP MLAFollow Rajendra ChaturvediFollow Sapna ShrivanshFollow Akash VijayvargiyaFollow Misbehaviour issueFollow Municipal officials Locals back Akash Vijayvargiya over attack on Indore municipal officialsLocals who were present when BJP MLA Akash Vijayvargiya was filmed assaulting an official during a demolition drive, said the attack was the result of `misbehaviour’ by civic officialsadvertisementlast_img
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UBS posts 3Q profit turnaround but regulatory challenges loom

by The Associated Press Posted Oct 29, 2013 1:12 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email UBS posts 3Q profit turnaround but regulatory challenges loom GENEVA – Swiss banking giant UBS AG is reporting a third-quarter net profit of 577 million Swiss francs ($644 million), reversing its $2.1 billion francs loss in the comparable period a year ago.But Switzerland’s largest bank says it may not be able to reach its profit goals for 2015 because of Swiss regulatory demands that it hold more capital for risks from litigation.UBS said in a statement Tuesday it had third-quarter charges of 586 million francs for litigation, regulatory and other related matters, and sees more regulatory challenges ahead.The Zurich-based bank said “the operating environment in the third quarter remained challenging,” but its declining operating income was partly offset by lower operating expenses and staff cuts, reducing the number of employees to 60,635, down from 62,628 a year earlier. read more

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