anju krishna arrested with mdma, anju krishna’s stay with sameer, police caught mdma, finally arrested, search for kasarkot native – thiruvananthapuram native anju krishna arrested in ernakulam

Kochi: A young woman was caught with drugs from her flat in Ernakulam. Police arrested Anju Krishna, a native of Kazhakootam, Thiruvananthapuram. MDMA was seized as an intoxicant from a flat in Edappally. The narcotics cell of Kochi city police and Thrikakkara police found 52 grams of MDMA in the flat.

Anju Krishna has been arrested in connection with the incident. Anju was living with Swadesi Sameer in Kasaragod in Krishna’s flat. Based on the information received by the police, their flat was searched. Police have launched a search for Sameer, a native of Kasaragod.

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Zero waste action in waste management: Minister MB Rajesh

Minister of Local Self-Government Department M.B. A special review meeting was held under the leadership of Rajesh and District In-charge Minister P. Rajeev. What has been done so far under the Karma Plan to all the municipalities in the district, Minister M.B. Rajesh asked. A special council meeting has been held in all the municipalities of the district as per the action plan. The visiting team will be trained on March 23 and 24 ahead of the home visit awareness program in Kochi Corporation limits.

A team of NSS volunteers, Asha activists, Haritakarma Sena members etc. is conducting the awareness work under the leadership of public representatives and officials. The aim is to complete the visit to all the houses in Kochi municipality on March 25 and 26. A notice containing detailed information on how to dispose of the waste will also be distributed. The minister suggested that other local bodies should take steps in the same model and move forward. The minister informed that a review meeting will be held every week to assess the progress of the project.

After awareness, action will be taken against those who do not follow waste management rules. If there are facilities for source waste management in the houses, it will be checked whether they are working properly and necessary instructions will be given. Local bodies with insufficient greenfield personnel should fill the shortfall immediately. Local bodies with less number of Material Collection Centers (MCFs) should take immediate steps to establish them. The meeting also suggested that necessary training should be ensured for those who collect the waste, including the Green Karma Sena members.

The action plan is being developed with the aim of ensuring source waste management in all households by April 10. The local bodies that successfully complete the activities will be declared waste free on June 5th Environment Day. In the online meeting, the MLAs of the district, chairpersons of various local self-government bodies, district collector N.S.K. Umesh, officers and others participated.