Governor Banwarilal Purohit unfurls tricolour at Patiala on the occasion of state-level Republic Day function

An invitation to Punjabis to mobilise against drugs and corruption and support the government Banwari Lal Purohit, who is the Sidak and Sarr of Punjabis, has an influence on me. The governor also praised the city of Patiala. Patiala, January 26: The Governor of Punjab, Mr. Banwari Lal Purohit, unfurled the national tricolour flag of the country in Patiala on the occasion of the state-level function of Republic Day. On this occasion, he saluted the martyrs and great freedom fighters who contributed to the freedom struggle of the country and invited the Punjabis to support the state government by mobilising against drugs and corruption. Mr. Banwari Lal Purohit reviewed the grand parade after unfurling the national tricolour flag at Raja Bhalindra Singh Sports Stadium, Polo Ground, and later took a salute from the march past.

On this occasion, in his message to the residents of the state, the Governor of Punjab extended his heartfelt congratulations on Republic Day and termed this day a day to celebrate and honour our nation and our sovereignty. Earlier, the Governor paid tribute to the war martyrs of the Indian Army by visiting the Patiala State Force and the Black Elephant War Memorial. Mr. Anurag Verma, DGP, the Punjab Chief Secretary, was with him on this occasion. Mr. Gaurav Yadav, Deputy Commissioner Sakshi Sahni, and S.S.P. Varun Sharma were also present. Mr. Banwari Lal Purohit mentioned the great patriotic warriors and said that due to the huge sacrifices of millions of freedom fighters, we got freedom, and this republic was built. He said Babasaheb, Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar, along with B.N. He specifically mentioned Rao and expressed his respect for all of the Constituent Assembly’s members before saying that we should make a commitment today to follow in the footsteps of these outstanding individuals. Mr. Banwari Lal Purohit invited the Punjabis to cooperate with the government for the eradication of corruption, just as they contributed to the liberation of the country. He said that the scourge of corruption is hollowing out our society. That’s why he himself has written a letter to the higher authorities and insisted on taking action for a clean, transparent, and corruption-free administration. Mentioning the many challenges facing Punjab, including drugs from across the border, Mr. Banwari Lal Purohit invited Punjabis to mobilise to save our youth from drugs and support the state government in the war against drugs.

The governor said that he is convinced of the success of Punjabis because once they decide to do something, they die after completing it. Mr. Banwari Lal Purohit mentioned ‘Pagdi Savanha Jatta Pagadi Savanha Oy’ and invited the residents of the state to contribute to the progress, development, and progress of Punjab. Especially praising the city of Patiala, the governor mentioned the words of Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel at the time of the formation of PEPSU, including the fact that it has remained a part of the country since its independence, that ‘If he gets a chance to be born again, he should be born here.

Chahunhage’, also mentioned specially. He also praised the efforts made by the district administration to protect the lives and property of the people and the courage shown by the people during the last year’s floods by saying, ‘Sherhir shar shundeinda Patiala’. The Governor of Punjab said that the Constitution of India has given equal rights to all the citizens of the country to contribute to the development of the nation, but rights and duties are two sides of the same coin, so we need rights as well as fundamental duties. should follow He also stressed the need for every citizen to contribute and follow moral values for the progress of the country.

On this occasion, the governor, freedom fighter S. The representatives of Freedom Fighters Successor Association 234 and 196, including Avtar Singh, and the families of the brave women of the war martyrs were specially honored. He also honoured eminent personalities in various fields, including the Padma Shri awardee, renowned colorist Mr. Pran Sabharwal. On this occasion, students of Vani School, Patiala School for the Deaf Saifdipur, and the Patiala Association of Deaf released balloons and sang the national anthem in sign language. On the occasion of the ceremony, M.P. Special DGP, along with Praneet Kaur, MLA Ajitpal Singh Kohli, Gurdev Singh Dev Mann, and Gurlal Ghanour, Arpit Shukla, Division Commissioner Daljit Singh Mangat, Director Information and Public Relations Bhupinder Singh, District and Sessions Judge Rupinderjit Chahal, District Planning Committee Chairman Jassi Sohianwala, Improvement Trust Chairman Megh Chand Shermajra, Preeti Malhotra, Harjshan Singh Pathanmajra, Vice Chancellor Prof. Arvind and JS Cheema, Padma Mr. Jagjit Singh Dardi and Dr. RL Mittal, Deputy Commissioner Sakshi Sahni, SSP. Varun Sharma, ADCJ Anupreeta Johal, Navreet Kaur Sekhon, SDM Dr. Ismat Vijay Singh, Jeevanjot Kaur, Deepjot Kaur, Kannu Garg, Naman Markann, Babandeep Singh Walia, and a large number of other personalities, including Patiala residents, teachers, and students, were also present.

***Photo Caption: Punjab Governor Shri Banwari Lal Purohit performs the ceremony of hoisting the national tricolour flag at Patiala on the occasion of the state-level function of Republic Day.     

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On the occasion of the state-level function of Republic Day, the tableaux depicting the martyrs and rich heritage of Punjab sent by the Punjab government became the center of attraction.

PATIALA, JANUARY 26: Every spectator in the stadium was drawn to the tableaus that the Punjab government sent out on Republic Day, which featured scenes from Punjab’s rich past and culture, as well as the martyrs who gave their lives to defend the nation. As the primary visitor at the Republic Day event, Punjab Governor Banwarilal Purohit unfurled the national flag, examined the parade, saluted the march past, and observed the tableaus. The 13 tableaus that were a part of the state-level event began with the tableau that the Punjabi government sent, which showed the role that Punjabis had played in the nation’s fight for independence.

This included Ajit Singh, Baba Kharak Singh, Madan Lal Dhingra, Dr. Diwan Singh Kalepani, Kamagata Maru, Lala Lajpat Rai, Shaheed Sukhdev, Lala Hardial, and Shaheed Bhagat Singh, Kartar Singh Sarabha, Udham Singh, and Baba Sohan Singh Bhakna. The achievements of the girls trained by Mai Bhago Armed Forces Preparatory Institute for Girls and ‘Nari Shakti’ (Mai Bhago, the first great Sikh Jangju Bibi) in many professions were showcased in the second tableau delivered by the Punjab government.

The third tableau presented Punjab’s rich cultural legacy. Tableaux from various departments demonstrated how 664 Aam Aadmi Clinics throughout the state and the Health Department’s Healthy Punjab initiative transformed government hospitals for a whopping Rs 550 crore under the slogan “Health Facilities at Your Doorstep, Brought by the Punjab Government.” In order to provide the students in the eleventh and twelfth grades at the School of Eminence with a creative setting in which to create a new future, information regarding the unique camp for the preparation of medical, JE, and engineering examinations was presented through the fifth tableau.

The Department of Agriculture emphasised agricultural diversification and stubble management in the sixth tableau. The Punjab State Power Corporation Limited (PSPCL) displayed zero electricity invoices totaling 2.33 crore for 19,300 customers in the seventh table.

The Department of Social Security, Women, and Child Development emphasised the contributions made by Patiala girls in a number of disciplines in the eighth tableau. The Department of Forests showcased the 61 thousand tube wells and around 1 lakh 80 thousand saplings under the Forest Department Patiala programme, which aims to plant three trees on each tube well, in the ninth tableau.

The Department of Child Protection illustrated every hand pen in School on Wheels and My Childhood Project. The police department’s data indicated that 1,41,060 services were offered to the general public via the Saanjh Kendras.

The administrative reform tableau showed the doorstep delivery programme that the Punjab government, under the leadership of Chief Minister Bhagwant Singh Mann, launched to give the populace better administrative amenities.

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Wins Two Honors at the State-Level Energy Conservation Awards 2023 for Patiala Locomotive Works

Patiala, December 22, 23 Indian Railways’ Patiala Locomotive Works (PLW) division has won the coveted second place in not one, but two categories for “Outstanding Contribution in Energy Conservation.” The Punjab Energy Development Agency (PEDA) held the “State Level Energy Conservation Awards 2023,” where PLW received the honors.

In the categories of “Commercial Buildings” for the PLW Hospital and “Manufacturing Industries (Large Scale)” for the PLW Workshop, PLW was honored for its outstanding accomplishments in energy conservation. This double victory highlights the devotion and quality demonstrated by the hardworking staff at Patiala Locomotive Works.

The Principal Chief Administrative Officer, Shri Pramod Kumar, congratulated all of the PLW officers and employees on their exceptional work, which resulted in these praiseworthy accolades.

Recognizing the importance of these accomplishments, Shri Pramod Kumar urged all employees to keep up their excellent work, paving the way for PLW to reach the highest level of performance in the future.

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Meeting for identifying sensitive and extremely sensitive polling stations in Patiala Lok Sabha constituency

Deputy Commissioner Patiala, December 19: In view of the forthcoming Lok Sabha elections, Deputy Commissioner-cum-District Election Officer Sakshi Sawhney held a meeting with the Election Officers of all the Assembly Constituencies to identify the sensitive polling stations in Patiala Lok Sabha constituency. The Deputy Commissioner said that, as per the instructions of the Election Commission of India, all the polling stations in Patiala Lok Sabha constituency should be thoroughly surveyed, and all the election officers, along with the DSPs of their respective constituencies, should prepare a list of sensitive and hypersensitive polling stations in coordination with each other. Issuing instructions to all the officers to take the orders of the Election Commission of India seriously,

Sakshi Sawhney said that the sector officers of civil and police will visit their areas and prepare the list based on the violence at the polling stations during the last elections, the police cases registered, and other important aspects. She said that a detailed plan of checkpoints, static checkpoints, forces coming from outside, and other aspects should be prepared in the Lok Sabha constituency.

Prominent among those present included MC Commissioner Karnesh Sharma, Additional Deputy Commissioner Vishesh Sarangal, Jasbir Singh, DCP Arun Saini, SDM Rahul Sindhu, MC Joint Commissioner Harcharan Singh, PUDA EO Navneet Kaur Bal, GM DIC Sukhpal Singh, Khadi Board Director Major Singh, Malwinder Singh Lucky, and others. Deputy Commissioner Sakshi Sawhney holds a meeting to prepare a list of sensitive and hypersensitive polling stations in view of preparations for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.

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PSPCL Director Admin Jasbir Singh Sur Singh meets with representatives from several organizations.

December 7, Tarn Taran:

Jasbir Singh Sur Singh, the Director of Administration of Punjab State Power Corporation Limited (PSPCL), held talks with representatives from various circles to improve and maintain continuous energy supply.

The aim of these continuous conversations, spearheaded by Power Minister Harbhajan Singh ETO and Chief Minister Bhagwant Singh Mann, is to continuously enhance power distribution and offer superior electrical services to consumers. Director Admin Jasbir Singh Sur Singh met at the highest level with representatives from Tarn Taran, Amritsar City, Civil Subdivision Amritsar, and P and M Circle Amritsar as part of this project.

The introduction of feeder-wise metering in Tarn Taran was discussed throughout the sessions, with an emphasis on initiating the installation of prepaid meters. Preparing the plan to include those who have installed single- and three-phase private transformers in the PSPCL system was another topic of discussion.

In addition, officials were urged to compile information on the computers needed in the workplace for the benefit of patrons and to forward the information to the IT department.

Additionally, Director Admin talked about the potential for the Border Zone area to host a solar installation program. Sur Singh also addressed the issue of open posts in the Tarn Taran Circle’s part-time cleaning crew and gave officials instructions to submit the necessary information so that the positions may be filled.

In addition, he investigated the status of moving the tubewells that are linked to the municipal feeders and requested information on them.

Sur Singh received information on the current state of authorized and unapproved maintenance projects in the Civil Subdivision under the Border Zone. Along with learning the current state of the power outages in the Patti and Bhikhiwind regions, he also looked at ways to reduce them.

Sur Singh checked the progress of the new building being built at Hall Gate and asked about the PSPCL property’s demarcation in the village of Bharariwal, both of which fall under Amritsar City.

Er Mohtam Singh Dy, CE circle Tarn Taran, Er Sukhraj Bahadur Singh Marhala, ASE O&M Tarn Taran, Er Simar Pal Singh, ASE Hakima Gate, Er Sarabjit Sharma, ASE East Amritsar, Er Guriqbal Singh, ASE Civil, construction division Amritsar, and others attended the meetings. Er Satinder Sharma is the CE BORDER zone representative for Amritsar.

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People- should take advantage of the lump sum payment scheme to pay outstanding house tax and property tax

People- should take advantage of the lump sum payment scheme to pay outstanding house tax and property tax without interest or penalty from Deputy Commissioners
A discount from the penalty and interest will be given on paying the balance until December 31, 2023. 
Evaluation of the performance of municipal councils and municipal panchayats 
Deputy Commissioner Sakshi Sahni has invited the people who have property tax or house tax arrears in Municipal Councils and Nagar Panchayats of Patiala district to pay the arrears at one time by the Punjab government at the rate of 18 percent on the outstanding tax. They can avail of a lump sum settlement scheme for 100 percent waiver of interest and penalty at the rate of 20 percent. She is ADC here today to evaluate the performance of city councils and city panchayats in the district. Urban Development Navreet Kaur Sekhon and his group were meeting with the officers. 
The Deputy Commissioner said that the Punjab Government, under the leadership of Chief Minister Bhagwant Singh Mann, has given a huge financial facility to the urban taxpayers of Punjab State by issuing the Lump Sum Settlement Scheme. etc. can deposit the property tax or house tax due until December 31, 2023, without interest or penalty at the concerned Municipal Council office. 
Sakshi Sahni further informed us that from January 1, 2024, to March 31, 2024, interest and a penalty of 50 percent will be charged on the payment of property tax or house tax. After this, full interest and penalties will be charged on the payment of the property tax or house. Therefore, all the residents of Rajpura, Patdar, Samana, Nabha, Patdar, Sanur, Ghagga, Ghanore, and Bhadson have been requested to submit their property tax or house tax within the stipulated time to get the maximum benefit of the scheme given by the government.  
Meanwhile, ADC Navreet Kaur said that to get more information about this scheme, one can contact the phone numbers given at the Nagar Kausals and Nagar Panchayats under Patiala. 97804-07781 for Rajpura, 96460-43147 for Samana, 98551-90514 for Nabha, 75089-10086 for Patdar, 82849-61470 for Sanur, 77400-31431 for Ghagga, and 88377-96063 for Ghanour and Bhadson. Contacted at 98885-18242 can go On this occasion, the Executive Engineer, Sewerage Board, Yugal Kishore, and other officers were also present. 
Photo Caption: Deputy Commissioner Sakshi Sahni taking stock of property tax collection and other performance at Municipal Councils and Nagar Panchayats.

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It is commendable that Jan Hit Samiti conducted a half marathon under Drug Free Punjab and Rangla Punjab. Dr. Balbir Singh

It is commendable that Jan Hit Samiti conducted a half marathon under Drug Free Punjab and Rangla Punjab. Dr. Balbir Singh Said, the Punjab government, under the leadership of Chief Minister Bhagwant Singh Maan, launched a war against drugs.
The participation of more than a thousand youth in the half-marathon against drugs is encouraging. Baltej Pannu Patiala, December 3:
Jan Hit Samiti, a renowned social service organization in Patiala district, organized a half-marathon against drugs with the support of Patiala Police. Attending the occasion as the chief guest, Health and Family Welfare Minister Dr. Balbir Singh said that the Jan Hit Samiti will make Punjab and Rangla drug-free. The half marathon organized in Punjab against drugs is a commendable initiative.
Encouraging the youth to stay away from drugs and take an interest in sports, the Health Minister said that the Punjab government has waged a war against drugs under the leadership of Chief Minister Bhagwant Singh Mann.
While presiding over the program, Chief Minister’s Media Director Baltej Pannu said that it is a commendable initiative of the Jan Hith Samiti to organize a marathon with a large number of youth to mobilize the youth against drugs. He should come forward for social service work like Samiti. Padmashri Jagjit Singh Dardi was also present with him.
Chairman PRTC Ranjodh Singh Hadana and SP Muhammad Sarfaraj Alam inaugurated this half marathon under the leadership of Samiti President SK Gautam and General Secretary Vinod Sharma.
General Secretary Vinod Sharma said that more than a thousand Nojwanas participated in this half marathon in 21 km, 10 km, and 5 km races, and cash prizes were also given to the winners. On this occasion, Tejinder Mehta, Director Punjab State Industry, Colonel Jaivinder Singh, Jasbir Singh Gandhi, Pradeep Joseon, Manjit Singh Brar, Abdul Wahid, DSP Sanjeev Singla, Jaswinder Singh Tiwana, and Colonel Singh, Suman Batra, Dr. Sudhir Verma, and Member Dasha Mukt Bharat Abhiyan Shahide Azam Sardar Bhagat Singh State Youth Award Winner Parminder Bhalwan President Youth Federation of India and Governor Awardee Jatwinder Grewal, State Awardee Rupinder Kaur, Jagtar Singh Jaggi Block President AAP, Kundan Gogia, Inspector Jaspreet Singh Kahlo, Survinder Singh Chhabra, Professor Ashok Verma, Prem Sharma Boxing Coach, Gurpreet Singh Gopi Coach, Lt. Jagdeep Singh Joshi, Lt. Amit Kumar, Satish Joshi, Rudra Pratap Singh, Paras Ram, Kunal Kapoor, Dev Dutt, Dr. Bhagwant, Dr. Gorwar, Rames Malhotra, Ram Kumar, Ravi, Upkar Singh were also present. Photo Caption: Dr. Balbir Singh, Baltej Pannu, SP Muhammad Sarfraz Alam, SK Gautam, Vinod Sharma, and others reached the half-marathon race organized by Jan Hit Samiti against drugs.

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Samana residents will get a new bus stand at a cost of Rs 6 crore. Jauramajra

Samana residents will get a new bus stand at a cost of Rs 6 crore. Jauramajra – A state-of-the-art bus stand will be built on 2 acres of land in place of the old bus stand, the Cabinet Minister said. The present government, under the leadership of Chief Minister Bhagwant Singh Mann, believes in working immediately instead of lorries. Samana, November 30: Samana city residents and passengers from the surrounding areas will be handed over a new bus stand at a cost of Rs 6 crore. Disclosing this here today, Punjab Information and Public Relations Minister Chetan Singh Jauramajra said that Chief Minister S. Bhagwant Singh Mann has fulfilled the long-pending demand of the people of Samana and has also released a grant for the same.

Chetan Singh Jauramajra visited the old bus stand at Samana today, where a new bus stand is to be constructed. He said that the work order has also been issued by issuing a tender for the construction of a new and state-of-the-art bus stand on 2 acres of land here. He said that a solar system and rainwater harvesting system would also be installed on the roof of the bus stand. The Minister for Mines and Geology, Water Resources, Water and Soil Conservation, Horticulture, Freedom Fighters, and Defence Services Welfare, Jauramajra, said that the present government, under the leadership of Chief Minister Bhagwant Singh Mann, does not believe in plowing the fields like the previous governments but believes in doing the work immediately.

Jauramajra said that even during the previous governments, the residents of Samana were engaged in the construction of this bus stand, but this bus stand was never built. But the Chief Minister of Punjab, Bhagwant Singh Mann, understood the problems of the residents of Samana and immediately released a grant for this. He said that the work on the new bus stand is going to start very soon. On this occasion, Mr. Charanjit Singh, Executive Officer, Mr. Barjinder Singh, Principal Architect, Chandigarh, Mr. Bachittar Singh, Senior Architect, Mr. Sanch Kapoor, and Mr. Aniket gave information about the design and other aspects of the new bus stand. On this occasion, Gurdev Singh Gill, Dalbir Singh Gill, Gurpreet Singh Gill, Harpreet Singh, Bikram Singh, Baljinder Singh Pheloke, Gurbhej Singh, Harpavit Singh Gill, Jugraj Singh, Nawab Singh, and others were also present. File photo of Cabinet Minister Chetan Singh Jauramajra.

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PSPCL employee and Indian women’s hockey team player Charanjit Kaur receives a grand welcome at the head office.

Charanjit Kaur, an Indian women’s hockey team member and PSPCL employee, is warmly welcomed at the head office.

On November 30, Patiala

Charanjit Kaur, a senior assistant at Punjab State Power Corporation Limited (PSPCL) and a player for the Indian women’s hockey team, received a warm reception at the PSPCL Head Office in Patiala on Thursday in a heartwarming celebration of her professional accomplishments and athletic prowess.

Charanjit Kaur and six other outstanding Punjabi women were instrumental in helping the Indian team win a bronze medal in the World Masters Asian Hockey Championship, which took place in Hong Kong from November 19–26.

Charanjit Kaur was personally welcomed by PSPCL Director of Administration Jasbir Singh Sur Singh, who acknowledged her exceptional contribution to the national squad. Er. Tej Pal Bansal, the PSPCL Sports Cell’s Deputy Chief Engineer and Technical Co-In-Charge, accompanied Director Admin on this occasion.

Director Admin Jasbir Singh Sur Singh expressed his delight and appreciation for Charanjit Kaur’s accomplishments and praised her commitment to her professional duties at PSPCL as well as her outstanding hockey performance. “Charanjit Kaur embodies the ideal balance of dedication and skill,” he said. Punjab and the country as a whole have gained great pride from her victory in the World Masters Asian Hockey Championship. We at PSPCL are honored to recognize her for her outstanding achievement.”

“PSPCL is putting dedicated efforts into promoting sporting activities among the staff, and in order to enhance the performances of sports personnel of PSPCL, the organization is providing all possible support,” Director Admin said, highlighting PSPCL’s commitment to promoting sports among its staff.

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Punjab Finance, Excise, and Taxation and Planning Minister Harpal Singh Cheema today dedicated a petrol pump of the Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) outside Central Jail Patiala to the people.

Chandigarh, December 1: On this occasion, SSP Harjit Singh, SDM Sandeep Kumar, ADC (D) Parveen Kumar, Civil Surgeon Dr. Jugal Kishore, SP Sukhdev Singh Virk, SP Sharanjit Singh, all DSPs, and health department officials, among others, were also present. Speaking on the occasion, Finance Minister Harpal Singh Cheema said that under the leadership of Chief Minister S. Bhagwant Singh Mann, continuous work is being done for the overall development of Punjab, and under this series, the work of installing new machinery for the work of prisoners inside the jails of Punjab is going on, and 12 petrol pumps are also being installed outside the jails in the state.

He said that so far, four petrol pumps have been set up at Ludhiana, Rupnagar, Hoshiarpur, and Ferozepur, and today the fifth petrol pump has been dedicated to the people of Patiala. He said that with the setting up of the petrol pump, the revenue of the jail department would increase, and this money would be spent only for the improvement of the jail department. He said that this petrol pump (Ujala Fuels), run by the Punjab Jail Development Board and Ça.Hya.C., would also be operated by prisoners with good conduct. He said that those who are serving their sentence in jail for some reason or another will not only improve themselves by staying inside the jail but will also get a chance to perform their duties outside the jail due to the efforts of the Jail Department. He said that this would help the inmates to keep themselves mentally and physically fit and also provide them with income.

Mr. Harpal Singh Cheema said that work is also being done to improve the health of the prisoners in the jails, under which Health Minister Dr. Balbir Singh is working for the health of the prisoners at Patiala Central Jail and CM’s Yogshala is also being run. On the occasion, SSP Jails Arun Pal Singh said that state-of-the-art machinery has been installed to add fuel to the Ujala Fuel at Central Jail Patiala, and a petrol pump along with a cafe, bakery, and retail outlet have also been set up. On this occasion, Deputy Commissioner Dharam Pal Gupta, SSP Harjit Singh, Additional DC (general) Roohi Dugg, SDM Sandeep Kumar, Assistant Commissioner Dr. Karamjit Singh, Civil Surgeon Dr. Jugal Kishore, SP Sukhdev Singh, ACS Dr. Jyoti Kaushal, Dr. Parvesh, and DSP Rajesh Chhibbar, among various others, were also present. Caption: Cabinet Minister Harpal Singh Cheema inaugurates a petrol pump.

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District Election Officer conducts surprise visits to Booth Level Camps

Special Booth Level Camps to be organized on 3rd December:

District Election Officer: Says, Voters to join the camp for making new votes or corrections in the voter list. Patiala, 2nd December: Sakshi Sawhney, the District Election Officer-cum-Deputy Commissioner, instructed the Booth Level Officers (BLOs) to ensure the registration of the greatest number of youth during the special camps that the district administration is organizing at booths throughout the district while advocating for the maximum participation of youth, particularly first-time voters, in the election process.

The Deputy Commissioner, during a surprise visit to the polling booths at Khalsa College and Income Tax Office, asked the BLOs to work diligently to achieve the target. Appreciating the crucial role of BLOs, the Deputy Commissioner said that these Booth Level Camps are being organized to cover all eligible voters of the district to ensure the participation of all voters in the electoral process, which is the motto of our democracy. He also said that all the B. L. L. Thiyaganjh. are sitting in their respective booths so that the voters can get the facility of various services at their doorsteps. As per the revision schedule, any person who has attained the age of 18 years on or before January 1, 2024, can register himself as a voter. He said that all the officers and employees associated with the improvement work have been asked to give priority to the registration of as many new voters as possible so that no one is deprived of their right to vote.

Meanwhile, the Deputy Commissioner interacted with the people arriving at the booth-level camps and also appealed to them to come forward to register their eligible young children as voters. He informed me that these booth-level camps will be held on Sunday, December 3, 2023. Meanwhile, Sakshi Sawhney scrutinized the forms submitted by the BLOs working at the booth level and directed that the forms that have been submitted in the camp and their booth level report should be submitted immediately after the camp at the District Election Office.

He said that the app developed by the Election Commission for BLOs should be used for the revision of electoral rolls and the creation of new votes so that the work could be expedited. Patiala Tehsildar Jinsu Bansal was also present on the occasion.

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MLA Kohli raised the issue of Patiala’s old bus stand in the Vidhan Sabha.

The Chief Minister’s assurance to solve this issue soon

Patiala, November 28:
The 2-day session of the Punjab Vidhan Sabha has started today. In this session, MLAs of Punjab raised the major issues of their respective areas before the government and answered questions. Meanwhile, Aam Aadmi Party MLA from Patiala, Ajitpal Singh Kohli, raised the issue of the old bus stand. Meanwhile, the MLA raised the issue in front of the Vidhan Sabha and said that the government has done a great job by handing over the new bus stand to Patiala, but at the same time, the shops, hotels, street vendors, and jobs of the people around the old bus stand have been cut. No action is required. Chief Minister, Punjab, on this matter. Bhagwant Singh Mann assured that the common people will not be allowed to suffer and that the issue will be resolved soon.
Speaking in the Vidhan Sabha, MLA Kohli said that along with the employment of these shopkeepers, it has also become very difficult for people coming from a radius of about 40 km. The MLA raised the issue that there are historical Gardwara Sri Dukhniwaran Sahib, ancient temple Sri Kali Devi, courthouses, hospitals, and markets near the old bus stand. He said that these people come to Patiala daily for their business or duty and their other activities, due to which they first have to get down on the new bus of Patiala, then they have to come to the old bus station from there and then spend money through some other means. It is necessary to go to your designated place, while the same is the way to return. Due to this, these people have to invest money twice or three times. The MLA told the Vidhan Sabha House that this issue should be solved quickly so that the problems of hundreds of shopkeepers, hawkers, and common people can be removed.

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Overview of the current unemployment situation in India

The National Sample Survey Survey shows a drop in unemployment rates for 15-year-olds in metropolitan areas from 8.2% in January to 6.8% in March 2023, suggesting a possible recovery in the employment market.

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 - Definition of unemployment :  Unemployment refers to the state of being without a job, where individuals who are actively seeking employment are unable to find suitable work opportunities. It is a key economic indicator that reflects the number of people within a specific population who are willing and able to work but are currently unemployed.

– Importance of addressing unemployment in India :  The issue of unemployment in India is of great significance due to its impact on the overall economic growth and social stability of the country. High levels of unemployment can lead to various socio-economic problems such as poverty, inequality, and crime. Additionally, addressing unemployment is crucial for ensuring inclusive development and improving the standard of living for all citizens.

Overview of the employment situation in 2022 in India

By 2024–2025, the Indian economy is expected to reach a GDP of USD 5 trillion, and job creation is positively impacted by economic growth. In order to stimulate economic activity, the Budget 2021–22 drastically increased funding for government investment, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi leading the implementation. Strong growth has been further stimulated by Budget 2022–22, where capital expenditures have increased by 35.40% to Rs 7.50 lakh crore from Rs 5.54 lakh crore in the current fiscal year. This expenditure, which represents 2.9% of GDP, will enhance employment conditions in the nation in addition to stimulating economic growth.

The growth of startups, the rise in newly registered businesses, the enrollment of workers in the organized sector, and the employment prospects in emerging industries like AI, cloud computing, data analytics, and automation under IT/ITES are all signs that the government’s persistent efforts to inject capital and boost the country’s economy are beginning to pay off. Additionally, the monthly net addition to EPF subscriptions in 2021 has exceeded the amounts in the comparable months of the year prior to the pandemic in 2019. The demand for MGNREGS work has steadied following the second COVID wave, suggesting that the disruption caused by the pandemic is lessening and that employment opportunities are opening up in other areas.

The Economic Survey noted that employment peaked during the statewide lockdown in 2020. There are more job prospects in India, according to the Quarterly Employment Survey (QES) and EPFO payroll statistics. From July to September 2021, the total employment in nine industries was predicted to be 3.10 crore. The welfare of laborers and workers in both the organized and unorganized sectors is a top priority for the government, which is headed by Prime Minister Shri Narendra.

The All-India Quarterly Establishment-based Employment Survey, or AQEES, offers quarterly updates on employment and associated variables of establishments in nine specific sectors, both organized and unorganized, which make up the vast majority of all non-farm establishment employment. The masonry industry accounted for about 39% of all jobs in the sectors we selected, followed by the education sector (22%), the health sector (10%), and the IT/BPO sector (10%). 5.3% and 4.6% of all estimated workers were employed in the trade and transportation industries, respectively. 32.1 percent of workers were women overall, which is more than the 29.3% reported in the QES’s first round. Just 2% of the anticipated workforce in the chosen industries is made up of casual workers, making up 87% of regular workers.

The largest employer is the IT/BPO industry, which is expected to generate 4.47 million direct jobs in FY 2020–2021. For 14 important industrial sectors, India has announced plans to invest Rs. 1.97 lakh crore in production-linked incentive (PLI) schemes, which would commence in FY 2021–2022. Over the course of the next five years and beyond, the programs hope to significantly increase production, employment, and economic growth. The Finance Minister’s statement about the Union Budget 2022–2023 emphasized the positive response to the PLI initiatives, which have the potential to generate 60 lakh jobs and an additional Rs 30 lakh crore of production over the next five years. Key Starting Materials (KSMs), Drug Intermediates (DIs), Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (APIs), Large Scale Electronics Manufacturing, Medical Device Manufacturing, Electronic/Technology Products, Pharmaceuticals Drugs, Products Related to Telecom & Networking, Food Products, White Goods (ACs & LED), Advanced Chemistry Cell (ACC) Battery, Textile Products, Specialty Steel, and Drones and Drone Components are just a few of the industries where PLI schemes have been introduced.

The Union Cabinet, presided over by Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, approved the proposal to offer financial incentives equal to 25% of capital expenditure for the production of goods that make up the supply chain for an electronic product. The incentive outlay of roughly Rs. 3,252 crore and the administrative costs of Rs. 32 crore make up the scheme’s total estimated cost of Rs. 3,285 crore. Road infrastructure, the aviation industry, the start-up environment, and Made in India programs are among the sectors pushing capital expenditure (CAPEX) to increase employment. The aforementioned measures are designed to facilitate corporate operations, foster innovation, establish industry-leading manufacturing infrastructure, empower entrepreneurs, and improve talent development. In India, the number of bank branches has grown dramatically, and this growth is directly correlated with the creation of jobs.

The Aatmanirbhar Bharat Package (ABRY), Pradhan Mantri Mudra Yojana (PMMY), Prime Minister’s Employment Generation Programme (PMEGP), Garib Kalyan Rojgar Abhiyaan (GKRA), Prime Minister Street Vendor’s AtmaNirbhar Nidhi (PM SVANidhi), Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (MGNREGS), and Pradhan Mantri Rojgar Protsahan Yojana (PMRPY) are just a few of the employment-boosting initiatives that the government has been supporting. October 2020 saw the introduction of the Aatmanirbhar Bharat Rojgar Yojana (ABRY), which provided employers with incentives for new hires and social security benefits amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Up until November 2021, PMMY offers individuals and micro/small businesses collateral-free loans up to Rs. 10 lakh, with a total sanctioned sum of Rs. 31.28 crore.

A significant credit-linked subsidy program called the Prime Minister’s Employment Generation Programme (PMEGP) aims to create self-employment prospects by establishing microenterprises in the non-farm sector. Launched in June 2020, the Garib Kalyan Rojgar Abhiyaan (GKRA) aims to engage in 125 days of work to increase employment and livelihood prospects for migrant workers returning home and affected individuals living in rural regions. The Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (MGNREGS) is a demand-driven wage employment program that offers households whose adult members volunteer to perform unskilled manual labor at least one hundred days of guaranteed wage employment per financial year.

Since 2016, PMRPY has been in place to encourage firms to hire new employees and integrate undocumented individuals into the formal labor force. With the use of the National Career Service Portal (NCS) initiative, the National Employment Service will be able to offer a range of employment-related services, such as career counseling, job matching, apprenticeships, internships, and vocational coaching. The adoption of cutting-edge technology like automation, robotics, AR/VR, data analytics, and artificial intelligence (AI) is predicted to shape future job roles in important industries.

II. Causes of Unemployment in India

 - Population growth and overpopulation

 II. Causes of Unemployment in India – Population growth and overpopulation have been identified as one of the key factors contributing to unemployment in India. With a rapidly growing population, the job market is unable to keep up with the demand for employment opportunities, resulting in high levels of unemployment. Additionally, overpopulation puts strain on resources and infrastructure, making it even more challenging to create enough jobs for everyone.

– Lack of job opportunities in rural areas  is another significant factor contributing to unemployment in India. Many rural areas lack industries and businesses that can provide employment opportunities, forcing people to migrate to urban areas in search of work. This further exacerbates the problem of unemployment as the job market in cities is already saturated. Additionally, limited access to education and skills training in rural areas hinders the ability of individuals to compete for available jobs, perpetuating the cycle of unemployment.

– Skill mismatch and inadequate education system also contribute to the problem of unemployment in India. Many individuals may not have the necessary skills or qualifications required for the available job opportunities, leading to a mismatch between the skills of the workforce and the demands of the job market. Furthermore, the education system in rural areas may not adequately prepare students for the job market, leaving them at a disadvantage when seeking employment. 

Press Information Bureau. (2022, February 24). Employment Situation in New India. Indicators Back to Pre-Covid Levels but Government Keen on Improving Situation Further, 1 –10(RU-50-01-0059-240222/BACKGROUNDER), 1–10.

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ED Summons Actor Prakash Raj

Actor Prakash Raj has been called by the Enforcement Directorate to appear for questioning in a money laundering case related to a fraud and ponzi scheme that involves an estimated Rs 100 crore against a jewelry firm located in Tiruchirapalli, official sources said on Thursday.

The probe concerns a case against Pranav Jewellers, a Tiruchirapalli-based partnership firm that was raided on November 20 and where it was alleged that certain gold items and “unexplained” cash totaling Rs 23.70 lakh were taken.

Raj (58) has served as this company’s brand ambassador. Next week, in Chennai, he is scheduled to give a deposition before the federal agency. The actor, who has portrayed a variety of characters in South Indian and Hindi films, has been a vocal opponent of the BJP.

An FIR from the Tamil Nadu Police Economic Offenses Wing is the basis for the ED case.

The federal agency said in a statement on Wednesday that Pranav Jewellers and others allegedly obtained Rs 100 crore from the public under the pretense of a gold investment plan with the promise of large profits.

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World COPD Day Celebrations in Patiala

World COPD day was celebrated by Department of Pulmonary Medicine at TB hospital Patiala. It was organised to spread awareness of this disease which is related to smoking and is the second leading cause of death world wide. It started with a walk from  Sheranwala gate to TB hospital where a smoking cessation clinic was inaugurated by Director Principal Dr Rajan Singla and Civil surgeon Patiala, Dr Raminder Kaur. It is the first clinic in Punjab dedicated to the cause of smoking cessation. Dr Balbir Singh honorable Cabinet minister Punjab sent his best wishes for this good cause. Dr Vishal Chopra apprised the audience about this problem and need for such kind of special clinics.

A painting competition to sensitise the young children about harms of smoking and spread awareness regarding quitting smoking was also held in three rural schools of Patiala. The winners were awarded prizes in this function.

Many NGOs like Lions club Patiala premier, janhit Samiti Patiala, and Indian Medical Association Patiala participated in this program. It was attended by Dr HS Rekhi, MS Rajindra hospital, Dr RPS Sibia, Vice principal Dr Bhagwant Singh, President IMA, Punjab, President Lions club Patiala, and President Jan hit Samiti.

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डिप्टी कमिश्नर ने श्री गुरु नानक देव सलम सोसायटी के सहयोग से सलम बच्चों के साथ मनाई ग्रीन दिवाली

स्लम एरिया में रहने वाले बच्चों के कल्याण के लिए हरसंभव मदद की जायेगी : उपायुक्त

पटियाला, 11 नवंबर:
आज उपायुक्त साक्षी साहनी ने झुग्गी-झोपड़ियों में रहने वाले बच्चों के कल्याण के लिए काम करने वाली संस्था श्री गुरु नानक देव सलम सोसाइटी के साथ तफजलपुरा में झुग्गी-झोपड़ी के बच्चों के साथ ग्रीन दिवाली मनाई।

जिला रेडक्रॉस सोसायटी के सहयोग से हरित दिवाली मनाने के इस समारोह के अवसर पर इन बच्चों से बातचीत के दौरान डी.सी. साक्षी साहनी ने कहा कि जिला प्रशासन स्लम एरिया में रहने वाले बच्चों के कल्याण के लिए प्रतिबद्ध है. उन्होंने कहा कि मुख्यमंत्री भगवंत सिंह मान द्वारा बच्चों को समय का समकक्ष बनाने के लिए सरकारी स्कूलों में विश्व स्तरीय सुविधाएं प्रदान की जा रही हैं। उन्होंने बच्चों को अपने जीवन में लक्ष्य निर्धारित करने और उस लक्ष्य तक पहुंचने के लिए कड़ी मेहनत करने के लिए प्रेरित करते हुए कहा कि जिला प्रशासन द्वारा न केवल बच्चों बल्कि उनके माता-पिता को भी हरसंभव मदद की जाएगी। इस मौके पर उन्होंने श्री गुरु नानक देव सलाम सोसायटी से बीटेक और नर्सिंग की पढ़ाई कर रही छात्राओं को सम्मानित किया और उनके घर जाकर उनके माता-पिता को इस उपलब्धि के लिए बधाई दी।

इस अवसर पर, उपायुक्त साक्षी साहनी ने लोगों से प्रदूषण मुक्त हरित दिवाली मनाने का आग्रह किया, झुग्गी-झोपड़ी के बच्चों के साथ काफी समय बिताया और इन बच्चों के साथ बातचीत की और उन्हें दिवाली उपहार के रूप में स्कूल बैग, पेन, कॉपी और पेंसिल वितरित कीं। उज्ज्वल भविष्य की कामना की I

इस अवसर पर संस्था के अध्यक्ष भान सिंह जस्सी ने श्री गुरु नानक देव सलाम सोसायटी के बारे में जानकारी देते हुए बताया कि यह संस्था पंजाब के कई जिलों में स्लम एरिया में बच्चों को शिक्षा प्रदान कर रही है। उन्होंने कहा कि तफजलपुरा में 2009 से चल रहे स्कूल में पढ़कर बड़ी संख्या में बच्चे आगे बढ़े हैं और अब भी करीब 150 बच्चे यहां शिक्षा प्राप्त कर रहे हैं.
इस अवसर पर संस्था ने योगदान देने वाली शख्सियतों को विशेष सम्मान दिया, जिनमें मैडम बेबी शर्मा, मीनाक्षी, सोनियान, सुखविंदर सिंह, अवतार सिंह शेरगिल, गुरप्रीत सिंह, अमनिंदर सिंह, अमरीक सिंह, भूपिंदर सिंह, करमजीत सिंह, प्रीतपाल शामिल थे। सिंह सिद्धू , अर्जना महाजन और डॉ. सलाम बच्चों के कल्याण के लिए किए गए कार्यों के लिए कुलवंत कौर को विशेष रूप से सम्मानित किया गया।
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Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Singh Mann and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today embarked on a major campaign for Infrastructure upgradation/ strengthening of Secondary Health Care Facilities across the state at a cost of Rs 1300 crore.

              As a part of this the Chief Minister and Delhi Chief Minister dedicated Mata Kaushalya Hospital at Patiala on Monday, which will cater to the population of around 20 lakh people in and around the historic town of Patiala. This hospital has 300 beds and now another 66 beds are being added in this prestigious hospital. The hospital has been strengthened at a cost of Rs. 13.80 crores and is equipped with facilities of ICU, NICU and others.

              Ushering an era of Health revolution in the state, the Government has announced a Special project for strengthening of Community Health Centers, Sub Divisional Hospitals and District Hospitals in its budget for Financial Year 2023-24 and the project will be carried out in a phased manner at an estimated cost of Rs. 1300 crores. Today the first phase of the project covering 19 District Hospitals, 6 Sub Divisional Hospitals and 15 CHCs has been launched at an estimated cost of Rs. 402 crores. As a part of this project, the government has decided to set up a dedicated Patient facilitation center to assist and guide the patients with regard to the services in the Hospitals, distribution of various specialties and others.

              A fully equipped Modular Operation Theaters (OTs) will be constructed in each of these Health Care Facilities and the Emergency Blocks will be further strengthened with the availability of all equipment including Ventilators, Cardiac monitors and others. The Intensive Care Units (ICUs) will be opened in all the District Hospitals. In a revolutionary step, the Punjab government has also established and operationalized 664 Aam Aadmi Clinics (AACs) in the state in the last one year with an objective to provide primary health care services to the community at its doorstep.

A total of 80 types of medicines and 41 diagnostic tests are being provided free of cost at these clinics. The clinics have a modern IT infrastructure and all the work related to patients’ treatment i.e. registration, diagnosis, drug dispensation and others is carried out on the I.T. tablets provided by the Government.  Approximately 59 lakh patients have visited the clinics in the last one year out of which 9.54 lakh have availed the diagnostic facilities and medicines worth Rs. 40.50 crore have been provided free of cost to the patients through these clinics.

              These clinics are playing an important role in reducing burden on pockets of the common man and also in reducing the patients load on higher Health Care Facilities. Likewise, dedicated centers providing maternal health and child health care services are being set up by the Government and such centers have been dedicated to people at Kharar and Budhlada whereas such centers at Nakodar and Raikot will soon be dedicated to the people. Similarly, a special project to modernize the de-addiction and rehabilitation centers has been envisaged.

              Such modern centers will provide not only the advanced therapeutic facilities/ therapies but also will have a digital infrastructure and will be accredited from the Standard Accreditation Organization. Six de-addiction centers and eight rehabilitation centers have been identified for development as modern centers. Drug addiction will be decriminalized and addiction will be treated as mental health disorder, a new Multi disciplinary approach with in-house/attached Skill development centers with linkages to employment generation schemes along with this Community and NGO participation against drugs will be encouraged.

              The government is laying focus on augmenting the manpower in government hospitals and so far nine super specialists, 299 specialists,1094 Staff nurses, 122 Para medics, 113 clerks and others have been recruited in the Health department. Now with the recruitment of 1866 medical and para-medical staff, the Health services will be further strengthened in the state. A record number of 300 House Surgeons have joined at various District Hospitals and Sub Divisional Hospitals against the meagre No. of 88 House Surgeons in the previous Governments.

              Other than this, the Government has empaneled, on per patient basis, 633 Medical officers, 636 Pharmacists, 429 Clinic Assistants and 172 Sweeper cum Helpers to provide seamless and high quality services to the citizens at Aam Aadmi Clinics established by it. The number of MBBS seats have been increased by 25 each at GMC, Patiala and Faridkot Medical Colleges. Likewise, due to strenuous efforts of the state government, DNB seats have increased from 42 in 1922 to 85 in 2023 and eight new districts viz Fatehgarh Sahib, SBS Nagar, Hoshiarpur, Gurdaspur, Pathankot, Barnala, Kapurthala and SAS Nagar have got DNB seats taking the tally to 14 districts from the earlier 6 districts.

              In order to emerge Punjab as hub of medical education, new Medical Colleges with 100 MBBS seats are being established at Kapurthala and Hoshiarpur at an estimated cost of Rs.415 crores.  In the same manner a minority Medical College of 100 MBBS seats is being established at Malerkotla and a special Punjab Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences has been established at SAS Nagar. With an objective to enhance the health of the society, a special project “CM Di Yogshala” has been launched in Punjab to encourage and provide regular yoga sessions to the citizens.

              The initiative is an attempt to provide a model of yoga which is accessible to all and free for all. More than 300 supervised classes are being held six days a week in different cities of the State in which nearly 10,000 citizens have been participating in these Yoga sessions. About 180 more trainers have completed their training sessions and will start taking classes from October 4th. During the event, Health Minister Dr. Balbir Singh and Local MLA Ajitpal Singh Kohli were also present.

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‘Bill Layo, Inam Pao’ scheme – Tax department appeals to people to take advantage of the ‘Mera Bill’ app.

District residents are invited to download the Mera Bill app and win prizes every month under the ‘Bill Layo, Inam Pao’ scheme – Tax department appeals to people to take advantage of the ‘Mera Bill’ app.

District residents are invited to win prizes every month under the ‘Bill Layo, Inam Pao’ scheme by downloading the My Bill App.
Appeal from the tax department to people to take advantage of the Mera Bill’ app
Patiala, September 1:
Deputy Commissioner Patiala Sakshi Sahni has urged the district residents to take advantage of the newly launched ‘Mera Bill’ app of the tax department launched by Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Singh Mann. He said that citizens can win 290 prizes worth up to 29 lakh rupees every month under the ‘Bil Layo, Inam Pao’ scheme by getting the bill of the purchased goods and services.

On the occasion of the launch of the Mera Bill’ app today, Deputy Commissioner Sakshi Sahni launched the campaign to make people aware of it in Patiala district. They were accompanied by Divisional Commissioner of State Tax Ramanpreet Kaur, Assistant Commissioner Kannu Garg, and the SDM. Dr. Ismat Vijay Singh was also present.
Sakshi Sahni appealed to the people that while buying any goods, they must get the bill from the dealer and upload the bill by registering with the mobile app Mera Bill, launched under the ‘Bil Layo, Inam Pao’ scheme. A draw will be made every month from these uploaded bills. He said that Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Singh Mann has started this scheme to raise the awareness of customers in the public interest.
State Tax Divisional Commissioner Ramanpreet Kaur said that petrol and liquor bills will not be able to be uploaded on this Mera Bill app, while consumers will be able to upload bills of any other item above the value of Rs 200. He said that under the leadership of Punjab Tax and Finance Minister Harpal Singh Cheema, 290 prizes will be drawn every month at the state level, and 10 prizes will be given in each district.
Assistant Commissioner of State Tax, Kannu Garg, said that on the first day of this campaign, people were made aware of the ‘Bil Liyao, Inam Pao’ scheme and Mera Bill app in Patiala district today. He said that today at Swami Vivekananda Institute of Engineering Rajpura, Ripudaman College Nabha, and Government College for Girls Patiala, students were made aware of the ‘Bring Bill, Pay Reward’ scheme.
Photo Caption: Deputy Commissioner Sakshi Sahni shares information about the ‘Mera Bill’ app under the ‘Bill Layo Inam Pau’ scheme launched by the Punjab Government through the Tax Department. DCST with them. Patiala Ramanpreet Kaur, Kannu Garg, and SDM Dr. Ismat Vijay Singh is also seen.

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Red Cross St. John Patiala organized a first aid training camp

Patiala, September 1:
According to the instructions of Red Cross National Headquarters Delhi, an eight-day first aid training camp was organized by District Red Cross/St. John Ambulance, Patiala, and after the completion of the camp, the students were given an online paper and a practical test related to first aid. 30 students participated in this first-aid training camp.

Secretary Red Cross Patiala Dr. Pritpal Singh Sidhu said that the purpose of this camp organized under the patronage of Deputy Commissioner Patiala Sakshi Sahni is to help common people in emergency situations like road accidents, accidents in factories, fire accidents, snake bites, and natural calamities. It is to save human lives by providing first aid in cases of gas leakage or in cases of war.
He further said that by taking this training, where the students can save lives by giving first aid to their relatives, they can also create a good society by providing their good services to it.
He said that any interested person can get first aid by becoming a part of the eight-day first aid training camp, and the person who passes the first aid training can also get a certificate issued by the Red Cross National Headquarters, Delhi. is This first aid training certificate is internationally recognized, and eight days of first aid training have been mandated by the Government of India for conductor licenses, driving licenses for heavy vehicles, and factory workers in India.

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