The police issued an order requiring the complete registration of tenants, servants, and paying guests.

Patiala, June 10:
Madam Kanchan, Additional District Magistrate, Patiala, in exercise of the powers vested under Section 144 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 (Act No. 2 of 1974), has issued an order that the Municipal Committees, Nagar Panchayats, and Village Panchayats be within the limits of District Patiala. Whenever a person residing in the jurisdiction keeps a tenant, servant, or paying guest in his house, he shall ensure to register the full particulars of the same at the nearest police station or outpost.

The prohibition order asserts that the proximity of district Patiala to Chandigarh and Haryana, along with the presence of industry, attracts numerous individuals from other states and districts seeking employment opportunities. In addition to this, there are students and trainees from other states who are studying in various educational institutions, individuals from various professions or businesses who are staying as paying guests, and service workers from call centres who are also renting rooms. Many of these individuals return home after committing incidents, making it challenging to trace them. Due to their fear of disrupting the law and order situation, the landlords do not register the information of these tenants with the police. These orders will remain in force until August 5, 2024.

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Order banning bursting of firecrackers at weddings and other events

In the exercise of her powers under Section 144 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 (Act No. 2 of 1974), Additional District Magistrate, Patiala, Madam Kanchan, bans the bursting of firecrackers during marriages and other happy occasions within the Patiala district limits. To control pollution, the program has also banned the bursting of firecrackers. These orders will remain in force in the district until August 5, 2024.
According to the orders passed by the Government of Punjab, Department of Home Affairs and Justice, and the Hon’ble Punjab and Haryana High Court in Civil Writ Petition No. 23548 of 2017, there is a ban on the bursting of firecrackers in order to control the problem of air pollution. It is very important. A complete ban on firecrackers should be imposed, especially at weddings, other festive occasions, or any event in which firecrackers are set off, should be imposed to protect the environment as well as the health of the general public. The public should not be exposed to any form of harm.

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An additional district magistrate issued an order regarding a political meeting or rally on private property.

In the exercise of her powers under Section 144 of the Code of Criminal Procedure 1973 (Act No. 2 of 1974),

Additional District Magistrate Madam Kanchan has directed the owner or manager of any private property to any political party, candidate, or public Returning Officer-13 Patiala.

Alternatively, the Assistant Returning Officer Patiala has issued directives prohibiting the holding of any political meeting or rally on his private property without prior approval.

The order states that the implementation of the electoral process is in preparation for the Lok Sabha elections in 2024. To adhere to the Election Commission’s directives, the owner or manager of a private property hosting a political meeting or rally in Lok Sabha Constituency 13 Patiala, without the approval of the Returning Officer 13 Patiala or the Assistant Returning Officer Patiala, will not permit access to their personal property.

An owner or manager of a private property may make a conditional booking for holding a political meeting or rally, provided that he obtains the approval of the competent authority before the meeting or rally commences. These orders will remain in force from April 27, 2024, to June 6, 2024.

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‘Lok Sabha Elections 2024’ Election campaigning shall not be done without the written consent of the owner of the private property.

Additional district magistrates issued orders regarding advertising in Patiala, ‘Lok Sabha Elections 2024’ Election campaigning shall not be done without the written consent of the owner of the private property. Additional district magistrates issued orders regarding advertising in Patiala,

April 9: Additional Deputy Commissioner (J)-cum- Additional District Magistrate Madam Kanchan has issued guidelines for putting up paintings, posters, flexes, banners, etc. in the private property of the people during the election campaign in order to conduct the process of Lok Sabha elections peacefully in Patiala district. Orders have been issued. In exercise of powers vested under Section 144 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 (Act No. 2 of 1974), the ADC, Madam Kanchan, in these orders issued on March 5 and valid till June 4, said that any print or electronic advertisement by various political parties or candidates without the written consent of the owner of any building, structure, or electronic platform. You will not conduct your election campaign using artwork. The order also mentions that any public person, including the owner of a building, structure, or electronic platform, shall not be liable to the MCMC in the case of political advertisements. I will not campaign for any candidate or political party with advertisements, patches, etc. without the written consent of the candidate or political party along with the certificate.

Further, the candidates or political parties shall be bound to submit the owner’s consent to the Returning Officer-cum-District Election Officer of Lok Sabha Constituency Patiala-13 within three days of display, painting, or pasting. The order issued also directs that any general person, including the owner of the building, structure, or electronic platform, be deputed to implement the DEO/RO, or ideal electoral roll. A copy of the consent of the political party or candidate given by an officer to the MCMC. will be bound to submit a copy of the certificate as and when called for.

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Prohibition on gathering of 5 or more persons, holding meetings, raising slogans, and demonstrating in the district Patiala

February 7:The Additional District Magistrate, in exercise of the powers vested under Section 144 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 (Act No. 2 of 1974), may prohibit any kind of demonstration or protest sit-in, rallies, meetings, raising slogans, five or prohibitory orders have been issued on the gathering of more than five persons. In the issued order, it has been said that gathering of five or more persons, holding meetings, raising slogans, demonstrating, etc. is likely to disturb public peace and cause damage to government and non-government properties.

In such a situation, it is necessary to take appropriate steps to maintain the law and order situation in the state and to maintain public peace. The order, enforced by the Additional District Magistrate until April 5, 2024, will not apply to gatherings of security personnel, police personnel on duty, and children for government programmes, weddings, funeral functions, or studies in schools or colleges.

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Vigilance Bureau registers case against former PPSC chairman, members for committing irregularities in recruitment of medical officers

PPSC member Satwant Singh Mohi arrested

Patiala, December 19 – The Punjab Vigilance Bureau (VB) has registered a case against former Punjab Public Service Commission (PPSC) chairman, and its four ex-members for committing irregularities in recruitment of 312 medical officers (MO) during year 2008-2009. In this case Dr Satwant Singh Mohi, an Ex MLA from Shatrana, has been arrested and raids were being conducted to arrest the other remaining accused.

Disclosing this here today an official spokesperson of the state VB said this case has been registered on the basis of an enquiry report of special investigation team (SIT). The accused nominated in this case includes S.K Sinha, Chairman (Deceased), Brig (Retd) D.S. Grewal (Deceased), Dr Satwant Singh Mohi, D.S. Mahal, Ravinder Kaur, daughter-in-law of Lal Singh, former minister and Anil Sarin, a BJP spokesperson.

Revealing details he added that the Punjab and Haryana High Court has ordered to constitute a SIT on 22-11-2013 to enquire into the whole matter while disposing of writ petitions challenging the irregularities committed during the recruitment of total of 312 MOs by the PPSC in two lots of 100 and 212 posts.

He further informed that the SIT, comprising of two members namely M.S. Baali, Joint Commissioner CBI (Retired) and Suresh Arora, then Director General Vigilance, has submitted its report in the High Court proving that entire selection of 312 doctors in years 2008-2009 was full of blatant irregularities.
Accordingly a FIR was  lodged at VB police station Patiala range under the Prevention of Corruption Act and relevant sections of IPC against the then chairman and four members of PPSC.

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Unauthorized storage, transport, use, or sale of animal manure within the district of Patiala has been banned.

Additional District Magistrate, Patiala, Anuprita Johal, in exercise of powers under Section 144 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 (Act No. 2 of 1974) for unauthorized storage, transport, use, or sale of cattle semen within District Patiala. Banned.
It has been said in the order that due to the sale of artificial cement at various places, there is a fear of spoiling the improved breed of livestock of the state, and in case this happens, the entire efforts made by the department for the improvement of the breed of cattle for a long time will be cancelled and will become useless. Incidents of the sale of fake and unauthorized cement are coming to light at different places in the state of Punjab. The use of semen sold or purchased in an unauthorized manner as per this prohibitory order is not appropriate as per the state breeding policy, as doing so may adversely affect the productivity of the state’s livestock with immediate effect. It cannot be known, but its effect will be seen in the near future, and if this happens, the entire efforts made by the department for the improvement of the breed of animals for a long time will become useless. Thus, selling unauthorized SIMs is a very serious issue. These orders will remain in force until February 5, 2024.
This order applies to the Animal Husbandry Department, all Veterinary Institutions of Punjab, including Animal Hospitals, Dispensaries, and Polyclinics; the Animal Husbandry Department, Punjab Milkfed; and Artificial Insemination Centers run by the College of Veterinary Science, Gadvasu Ludhiana. Any other Artificial Insemination Centers that are Animal Husbandry Department processing and supplying or using bovine semen imported from Punjab shall not be applicable to members of the Progressive Dairy Farms Association, Punjab, who have imported bovine semen solely for the use of their cattle.

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Prohibition of carrying licensed firearms in marriage palaces at the time of marriage

Patiala, December 7:
Additional District Magistrate Anuprita Johal, in exercise of the powers conferred under Section of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 (Act No. 2 of 1974), has ordered all marriage palaces, hotels, community halls, and places where marriage programs or events are held within the limits of District Patiala. Parties are organized, and a total ban has been issued on the carrying of firearms by any licensed person on the occasion of the event and firing in the sky for public display. These orders will remain in force in the district until February 5, 2024.

It has been said in the order that it has become a common sight that some people in marriage palaces carry their licenses with firearms during weddings and during functions. After drinking alcohol, etc., these persons take weapons and fire while performing Bhangra on the stage. There are those who become a threat to the lives of the people present in the palace; many people have lost their lives in such incidents. It is worth mentioning that there are written boards regarding carrying weapons in the palaces, but no one is following these boards. Hence, it has to be ensured to prevent any person from bringing licensed firearms into the marriage palaces or hotels so that no untoward incident takes place in the marriage palaces or hotels in the future. Therefore, it is necessary to take appropriate steps to maintain law and order and protect people’s lives and property.
Owners, managers, and administrators of all marriage palaces, hotels, and community halls located in Patiala District shall ensure compliance with these orders.

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In Patiala district, a 500-meter area around jails has been declared a no-drone zone.

Patiala, December 6:
Additional District Magistrate Anuprita Johal, using the powers conferred under Section 144 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 (Act No. 2 of 1974), has declared the area of jails and 500 meters around the jails as a no drone zone in Patiala district. These orders will remain in force until February 3, 2024, and legal action will be initiated against the violators.
Drones are becoming more well-liked and accessible to the general public, which is raising concerns about potential security breaches and threats, according to a letter from the Director General of Police in Punjab. The potential misuse of drones for unauthorized surveillance near prisons, smuggling of narcotics (mobiles, drugs, weapons, etc.), facilitating escape attempts, and even terrorist attacks aimed at challenging state sovereignty can’t be denied. Such unauthorized drone flights near prisons pose a serious threat, exposing prisons to security breaches. Keeping the security of the jails in mind, it is necessary to declare the area of the jails and the 500-meter area around the jails as a no-drone zone.

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Ban on the sale of drugs in different flavors

Patiala, December 7:
Additional District Magistrate Anuprita Johal, in exercise of the powers conferred under Section 144 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 (Act No. 2 of 1974), seized gutka, pan masala, and other edibles, including tobacco and nicotine, within the limits of District Patiala, or by selling or serving drugs in different food and drink items or by mixing these drugs in different flavors, etc., to any hookah bar, hotel, restaurant, etc., and running such hookah bars. A complete ban has been issued. This order issued by the Additional District Magistrate will remain in force until February 5, 2024.

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Member Secretary of Punjab Legal Services Authority inspected the office of District Legal Services Authority Patiala

Sh. Manjinder Singh, Member Secretary, Punjab State Legal Services Authority, SAS Nagar, visited the Alternative Dispute Redressal (ADR) Centre, District Courts Complex Patiala, to supervise its work. He inspected the records being maintained in the Legal Aid Defense Counsel system as well as the front office, DLSA office, and Patiala. During this visit, he interacted with retainer lawyers in the front office as well as legal aid defense counsels. Ms. Manni Arora, Chief Judicial Magistrate-cum-Secretary, District Legal Services Authority, Patiala, was also present there.

On this occasion, he said that the National Lok Adalat pertaining to pre-litigative cases and all types of pending cases in the courts and tribunals, i.e., cheque bounce cases, money recovery cases, labor and employment disputes cases, electricity, water bills, and other bill payment cases, maintenance cases, cases of criminal compoundable offenses, MACT cases, land acquisition cases, service matters relating to pay and allowances and retirement benefits, revenue cases, and other civil cases (such as rent, easmentary rights, injunction suits, specific performance suits, etc.), is going to be held in District Patiala on 09.12.2023. For this purpose, benches of judicial courts will be constituted at Patiala, Rajpura, Samana, and Nabha.

He further said that the primary objective of the Lok Adalats is to settle disputes amicably through compromise, so as to save the time and money of the parties and reduce personal enmity between them. Except for non-compoundable criminal cases, all kinds of cases, even at the pre-litigative stage, can be brought before Lok Adalat for amicable settlement. He also said that when a case is settled in Lok Adalat, its award becomes final and no appeal lies against it. Moreover, court fees (if any) are refunded to the parties, and parties to a dispute get speedy disposal of their dispute as well, as per their own mutually settled terms. So, there is a win-win situation for both parties.

As such, an appeal is made to the public to put forward their pending disputes before the upcoming Lok Adalats so as to save their valuable time and hard-earned money. For this purpose, every litigant willing to settle through Lok Adalat can request the presiding officer of the concerned court where his case is pending. Even in compoundable criminal cases, a party can file an application for bringing up the matter in Lok Adalat. In case of a pre-litigative matter, a request can be made to the Ld. Secretary, District Legal Services Authority, Patiala. Detailed information in this regard can be obtained from the website www.pulsa.gov.in or from the toll-free helpline no. 1968 and the District Legal Services Authority, Patiala, contact number 0175-2306500.

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The Additional District Magistrate has issued an order to maintain security in the district.

Patiala, December 7:
Additional District Magistrate Anuprita Johal, using the powers vested under Sub-section 1 of Section 3 of the Punjab Village and Small Town Patrol Act, 1918, inspected villages, railway tracks, canal bridges, canals, drains, and culverts within Patiala district. , Indian Oil Pipeline, Important Plants, Gas Pipeline Property, Electricity Transmission Lines, Granaries, Petrol Pumps, Banks, Post Offices in Rural and Urban Areas, Government and Non-Government Property, etc. Adults have been issued orders to maintain proper vigilance. The Additional District Magistrate has ordered that adults in sound health in all villages should be guarded against damage to power stations and supply lines, railway tracks, water supply schemes, canals, and drains, and to protect life and property. Corrective duty will be done by guarding. These orders will remain in force until February 5, 2024.
Order issued regarding strict vigil at religious places:
Additional District Magistrate, Patiala, Anuprita Johal, using the powers conferred under Section 3 of the Punjab Villages and Small Towns-Patrol Act, 1918, and Section 144 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973, within the limits of Patiala district, conducted regular vigil at all places of worship in Patiala district. For installation, responsibility has been given to group panchayats of villages and heads of committees, boards, and trusts of religious places to keep proper vigil. These orders will remain in force in the district until February 5, 2024.

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A prohibition order was issued on carrying ammunition, explosives, and sharp weapons in public places in the district.

Patiala, December 7:
Anuprita Johal, Additional District Magistrate, Patiala, exercised her powers under Section 144 of the Penal Code, 1973 (Act No. 2 of 1974) within the limits of District Patiala to maintain law and order in the district and maintain peace in the public interest. Carrying firearms, ammunition, explosives, inflammable items, and sharp weapons like maces, spears, tridents, etc. in public places is prohibited. These orders will remain in force in the district until February 5, 2024. This order shall not apply to disabled or elderly persons (who cannot walk without the support of a walking stick) or security personnel or police personnel on duty.

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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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National Lok Adalat of all types of cases except non compoundable criminal cases to be held on 09.09.2023. 

National Lok Adalat pertaining to all types of Pre-Litigative cases and pending cases in the Courts/Tribunals i.e. Cheque Bounce Cases, Money Recovery cases, Labour and Employment disputes cases, Electricity, Water bills and other bill payment cases, Maintenance Cases, cases of  criminal compoundable offences,  MACT Cases, Land Acquisition cases, service matters relating to pay and allowances and retirement  benefits, Revenue cases  & other civil cases (Such as rent, easmentary rights, injunction suits, specific performance suits) etc will be held in District Patiala on 09.09.2023. For this purpose, benches of Judicial Courts will be constituted at Patiala, Rajpura, Samana and Nabha.

Ms Manni Arora, CJM-cum-Secretary, District Legal Services Authority, Patiala told  that primary objective of the Lok Adalats is to settle the disputes amicably through compromise, so as to save the time and money of the parties and to reduce personal enmity between them. Except, non-compoundable criminal cases, all kinds of cases even at pre-litigative stage, can be brought before said Lok Adalat for amicable settlement. She also told that when a case is settled in Lok Adalat, its award becomes final and no appeal lies against it. Moreover, court fees (if any paid) is refunded to the parties and parties to dispute get speedy disposal of their dispute and that too, as per their own mutually settled terms. So, there is a win-win situation for both parties

           As such, an appeal is made to Public, to put forward their pending disputes before upcoming Lok Adalats, so as to save their valuable time and hard earned money. For this purpose, every litigant willing for settlement through Lok Adalat can request the Presiding Officer of the concerned court where his case is pending. Even in compoundable criminal cases, party can move an application for putting up the matter in Lok Adalat. In case of pre-litigative matter, request can be made to the Ld. Secretary, District Legal Services Authority, Patiala.  Detailed information in this regard can be made available from website www.pulsa.gov.in or from toll free helpline no. 1968 & District Legal Services Authority, Patiala contact No. 0175-2306500. 

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District Magistrate gives 10-day extension to 35 license holders working as travel agents in Patiala district to renew their licenses

  • Licenses of those who do not renew their license within 10 days will be permanently canceled – Additional District Magistrate Jagjit Singh
    Patiala, August 17:
    District Magistrate-cum-Deputy Commissioner Patiala office has issued an order and has given 10 days more time to 35 license holders working as Oils, Consultancy, Travel Agent etc. in the district to renew their licenses. Additional District Magistrate-cum-Additional Deputy Commissioner (J) Jagjit Singh said that the office of District Magistrate-cum-Deputy Commissioner Patiala issues licenses to those working as Oils, Consultancy, Travel Agent etc. under the said act. The duration of which is fixed at 5 years and it is mandatory to renew the license two months before its expiry but the 35 license holders have not yet renewed their licenses nor surrendered the licences. Therefore, they have been instructed to renew their licenses. Failure to do so will result in cancellation of their license and will not be considered for renewal.
    In the order issued by the ADC-cum-Additional District Magistrate, Migration World Rajpura, N.S. Financial and Immigration Services, BK Immigration Services, Argus Group Patiala, LSE Leela Bhavan, Infinite Wages Education Rajpura, Trustlink Education Leela Bhavan, Visa Desk Immigration Leela Bhavan, Seerat Migration Rajpura, Virk Overseas Career Solutions Leela Bhavan, Divam Enterprises Patardan, Sehgal Institute Of English Leela Bhawan, Ostrich Immigration Leela Bhawan, Global Touch Patiala, Verma Tour and Travels Patiala, Jass Education and Immigration Patiala, Next Immigration Service Patiala, Career 7 Siege Immigration Patiala include names.
    Apart from this Gamid Visa Point Patiala, Unique Enterprises Patiala, Expert Overseas Immigration Consultant Rajpura, English Master Patiala, P.K. Sir’s English Heights Patiala, Highland Immigration Consultant Patiala, Sky Lark Education Patiala, Vision Visa Consultant Patiala, Global Way Immigration Consultant Patiala, Foreign Land Education and Immigration Consultancy Rajpura, Gold Store Overseas Consultant Patiala, ASPV. Immigration Services Patiala, Nimble Immigration Patiala, Alvin Consultants Pudda Bhavan Urban Estate, Hargun Overseas Consultants Sukhmani Complex Punjabi University, Real Tour and Travel Lung Complex and Overseas Immigration Expert Leela Bhavan are the names of the license holders who will be notified within 10 days. A deadline has been given to renew your license.
  • ADC Said Punjab Prevention of Human Trafficking Rules 2013 framed under the Punjab Prevention of Human Trafficking Act 2012 (amended name, Punjab Travel Professional Regulation Act Wide Government Notification No. GSR 49/PA2/2013/S8 Amd (1) 2014 dated 16-09-2014) issued under these orders shall be effective immediately.
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