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Contractor was pressurising sub-engineer to clear Rs 19 Lakh bill, Jain community tells ASP

Ujjain: A delegation of Jain Samaj reached Police Control Room on Saturday in support of Naresh Jain, an Ujjain Municipal Corporation sub-engineer accused in the suicide case of contractor Shubham Khandelwal. In a memorandum addressed to the SP, community members said that the police should stop harassing Jain’s family. They also alleged that Khandelwal himself was pressurising Jain into clearing bill of Rs 19 lakh against work of only Rs 9 lakh.

In the memorandum submitted to ASP Rupesh Dwivedi, under the banner of Vardhman Sthanakwasi Jain Shravak Sangh, they said that according to facts which came to the knowledge of the society, contractor Shubham Khandelwal was awarded a contract of Rs 12 lakh for construction work from Ujjain Municipal Corporation, in which he had completed the work of about Rs 9.72 lakh. Shubham pressurised Naresh Jain to accept the bill of Rs 19, 48,064. Jain had submitted it in the municipality citing work of Rs 9, 82,560 as per the work done on the spot. The deceased vandalized Jain’s house on the night of September 7 and threw stones at the window glass. Jain immediately informed municipal commissioner about the incident and lodged a complaint with the Kharakuan police station.

According to Jain community members, contractor Shubham Khandelwal died due to injury during a car accident. Describing these facts as the basis, they termed Naresh Jain innocent and demanded action against the culprit by thoroughly investigating the case.

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5 clever kitchen storage ideas to clear clutter



a stove top oven sitting inside of a kitchen: Storage is a huge deal in the kitchen, where space is usually scarce. Make room in the heart of your home by trying these stylish kitchen storage solutions.


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Storage is a huge deal in the kitchen, where space is usually scarce. Make room in the heart of your home by trying these stylish kitchen storage solutions.

If there’s one thing you can’t have enough of in a kitchen, it’s places to pack things away out of sight – and these smart solutions that will save you space in spades. From open shelving to hidden storage in the island bench, here are five functional and stylish ways to maximise your storage space in the kitchen.

1. deep drawers

Cupboards will always have their place in the kitchen, but what’s becoming more and more popular are below-bench drawers. They’re brilliant for storing heavy and bulky pots and for housing appliances too.

Imagine the ease of loading a dishwasher without leaning over, or the convenience of having a freezer drawer at your fingertips. Deep drawers are best for pots, plastic storage containers, and tall pantry items like cereal boxes. Medium-height drawers are good for stacks of plates and bowls, and skinny drawers are perfect for cutlery, utensils and chopping boards.

2. go vertical

The beauty of this kitchen is all in its simplicity, but what’s really great is the use of vertical storage. The suspended shelf in this space-challenged kitchen is genius and a simple solution for freeing up bench space. It’s a good idea to keep purely decorative ornaments higher and items you use regularly, like wineglasses and teacups, within easy reach, when styling your open shelves.

3. fine design

Storage can be treated as a design focus. Use a ladder to add pots and pans storage above the island bench and open shelves for your favourite dinnerware like in this modern rustic Sydney home.

4. ply on the wall

When choosing materials

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