Cops probe Ram ShindePankaja morphed article
Ram Shinde (I am the original political heir of Munde, not Pankaja: Ram Shinde)” was posted on Facebook earlier this month. “The article was posted with the intention of creating animosity between Munde and me. A conflict has taken place between my supporters and Munde on social media after the article went viral. We later learnt that it was a bogus article. I did not say things mentioned in the article. I then immediately lodged a police complaint,” Shinde told DNA. “We are trying to locate the Internet Protocol address used by the person. The probe is on from all angles,” a police officer said. The Cuffe Parade Residents Association (CPRA) have declared war on the use of plastic in their locality. They have taken it upon themselves to ensure that plastic bags are not used by shops in the area. The CPRA have taken the shopkeepers into confidence and provided them with paper and cloth bags. The shopkeepers will hand over cloth bags to residents after charging them a security fee which will be refunded once the bag is given back.
Members of CPRA are currently carrying out a ‘Plastic Free Cuffe Parade’ pro- gramme in association with the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC). Moreover, the residents are also pitching for zero waste generation and are promoting recycling of waste. The CPRA waste management team along with the BMC officials