Mr Watwani has sent an invitation to ALL of YOU.
Children are invited for this year’s Rotary South – West’s On the Spot
Please also note the following other important information:
PS: For those attending for the first time, attaching a few pictures also of last year to show the interest & excitement at VENUE.
Please circulate this mail to your other friends in your mailing group for their information too.
“Flowers blossom even in forests when there is no one to admire their beauty.
Let’s continue our good work honestly
S L Watwani
Dear Residents / Friends,
With the initiative of Prof. Kiran Walia, area MLA and Hon’ble Minister for Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of Delhi, Efforts Group is again organising a Property Tax Collection Camp.
Day, Date & Time : on Tuesday, the 1st June, 2010 between 10.00 AM to 2.00 PM
VENUE : Shri Ram Mandir B-5 Block, Safdarjung Enclave, New Delhi.
Please read the attached document for more details.
S L Watwani
Sub: Property Tax Collection Camp on Tuesday, 1st June, 2010 (10 AM -2 PM)
With the initiative of Prof. Kiran Walia, area MLA and Hon’ble Minister for Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of Delhi, we are organising a Property Tax Collection Camp on Tuesday, 1st June, 2010 between 10.00 AM to 2.00 PM at Shri Ram Mandir B-5 Block, Safdarjung Enclave, and New Delhi.
You are requested to avail the benefit of this camp.Please bring particulars of your property so as to fill the form. Volunteers would be available to help you in filling the forms. Blank Property Tax Forms will be available at the mandir and also with your RWA’s. Forms would also be available with the under mentioned persons. Form can be picked/ delivered to Senior Citizen/Handicapped persons, who are not in a position to come to the camp. Please also give this information to your friends and neighbors. We welcome any suggestion and help of volunteers.
Regards & Best Wishes,
B-3/55, 1st Floor, Tel : 9810401127 (9 am–10 am, 6pm – 9pm)
Mr. S L Watwani, B-2/61, Tel: 9958046738
Mr. SS Rudra, B-7/54, Tel: 26105783
Mr. Vinay Kapoor, B-2/126, Tel: 26195607
Col. R.K. Khosla, B-4/165 Tel: 26164146
Watwani sends you the following message.
Let us join in and wish each other.
May God Splash
of Success & Prosperity over
You & Your Family.
From: Shiv Lal Watwani
Dated: 24 March 08,15-40HrsDear Sir/Madam,
I bought a Prepaid mobile connection ( Phone No. 9958046738 ) with a FM Mobile set of Heier about 4-5 months back. On Box supplied to me, boldly reads/says that Prepaid connection has validity of Two years & Customer will be given FREE Airtel to Airtel talk time of Rs1699/- for two years. No other terms & conditions which i narrate below are listed on the Box.
I feel hardly I used this FREE Airtel to Airtel service for about Rs100/- to Rs 150/- & about a fortnight back the balance was still reading in this category for about Rs300/- at my credit & all of a sudden this also vanished. I was expecting more talktime balance from Rs1699/- will be shortly added but its going to be a fortnight & not a Penny has been added by Airtel from their promised/mentioned Rs 1699/- Package.
Customer service is another Useless service of Airtel. Despite requesting for talkking to Customer service officer, The Helpline will pretend that my request for Customer Service has not been understood. I think more than a Dozen time I hv dialled Customer Service but same fate.
Seems airtel feels that its easy way to make bucks by cheating customer. I feel ultimately due to this poor Service & not honouring the promised things, Airtel will loose Customer business/network.
While I was at the shop from where I bought the connection & Mobile set box, another customer by name Dr J L Azad, aged about 85 years also came complaining that without his using the Mobile phone number 9971383973, balance is getting reduced daily.
Today at that shop, ultimately yr customer service number 121 worked & both of us could talk to Customer Service officer but his reply was that system is down & he can not confirm to the requested answers. Our requesting him to note down our numbers & confirm the reasons, he even did not take this request. Yr this service also need improvements.
On my phone I keep on receiving unwanted SMS & promotional phone calls throughout day from Airtel & its franchisees & disturbing we old Sr citizen. Such SMS/Phone calls be stopped immediately from number.
You can well understand the plight of Customer. Put yourself in the position/shoes of a Customer & tell me what will be yr reaction.
Please reply to the my & Dr Azad’s problems on my mail Id or phone numbers Immediately.
If nothing satisfactory is heard in 48 hours, I will forward my complaint to TRAI, Ministry of Telecommunication, My E-mail Id network of 500 friends/ relatives, Newspapers/Press, legal agencies etc to apprise them how AIRTEL is cheating & harassing its customers.
Shiv Lal Watwani
Ohones: 9958046738 / 9818932131/26171135
IT TOOK five years and repeated reminders from the Delhi Electricity Regulatory Commission (DERC) to wake up the about providing free legal help to consumers in cases against private power distribution companies.
The Delhi government has finally agreed to provide consumer advocates to protect the interests of the Capital’s citizens in their litigation against (Distcoms). The DERC sent repeated reminders to the state government over the past year, asking it “to address the issue of absence of proper representa- tion of consumers’ interest before different forums”.
“Due to power distribution privatisation, substantial litigation has emerged at all levels… Whereas parties to disputes like the Distcoms etc, are represented by top , there is no mechanism to ensure effective representation of consumer interests”, the DERC said in a letter to the government The state government says though the DERC sent letters, it was unable to spell out how this system could be implemented.
”The consumer advocates system will be under the state government’s Power Grievance Cell, set up earlier this year and headed by Justice R.C. Chopra, a retired judge of the Delhi High Court,” said Delhi Chief Secretary Rakesh Mehta.
“Consumers will be provid- ed with advocates free of cost to fight their cases and protect their interests,” the chief secretary said.
The government is confident it will be able to set up the office of consumer advocates before the DERC begins its hearings on the Aggregate Revenue Requirement (ARR) petitions of the three distribution companies, seeking power tariff hikes later this month.
However, a NGO working in the power sector has dismissed the government plan as an eye-wash. “The Special Powers Courts announced by the state government have not even been operationalised so far,” said Chetna President Anil Sood said.
Procedure for consumers grievance redressal is not people friendly a Consumers have to first go to the Distcoms with their complaints.
The next stop is District and State Consumer Forums a NGOs say common people do not have time and resources to approach one court after the other
Shri Pankaj Agarwal, Secretary, Joint Front of RWAs in Delhi was interviewed recently on this issue. Pl see attachment for details.
15 May 2007