The Executive Council meeting reviewed the government report related to the residences in the emirate. It has been decided to tighten the rules regarding renting out buildings in residential areas to non-family residents.
A report on singles housing in residential areas in cities and other areas of the emirate came before the council. The report covers the inadequacy of the current laws governing the granting of bachelor accommodation in family-run buildings, the potential safety issues and social and economic implications of individuals living alone in such areas.
The council said it would tighten restrictions on unmarried people living in residential premises while revising the law relating to different types of accommodation.
The council that met yesterday reviewed the ongoing public sector construction projects, development activities, and the continuation of development in various sectors in the Emirate of Sharjah. The Council also discussed a report by the Sharjah Commerce and Tourism Development Authority on the growing need for natural areas in the emirate’s cities and regions for tourism and recreational purposes.
The Council appreciated the efforts of government agencies to promote eco-tourism. The Council also emphasized the importance of protecting the environment and natural resources for future generations.
The OICC protested the beating of the Youth Congressmen
Malappuram district committee of Jeddah OICC has registered a strong protest against the brutal beating of Youth Congress workers who protested democratically against the New Kerala Yatra in Kannur. The CPM-DYFI goons committed the horrific violence while the police were watching.
The CPM and DYFI in Kerala are walking the same path as the gangs who use threats, intimidation and violence to silence the voices of those protesting democratically. The political defeat and decline of the CPM in Bengal was a response of the people to the political fascism committed in the hunk of continued rule. If things go like this, West Bengal will repeat itself in Kerala too.
The statement demanded that the Navakerala Yatra is a political campaign by the CPM to cover up the corruption and mismanagement of the government by taking money from the public exchequer and that the attacks on those who organize protests against it are not suitable for a democratic society and the approach of scratching heads with flames should be withdrawn.
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