The Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited Patiala.

Today, the prime minister of India visited Patala, and Fateh Relly was successful. A big crowd reached to listen to their beloved prime minister. The atmosphere was electric as the prime minister delivered a powerful speech, addressing the hopes and concerns of the people.

The crowd cheered loudly, showing their support and admiration for their leader. As the event came to a close, the prime minister promised to continue working tirelessly for the betterment of the country, leaving the crowd inspired and hopeful for the future.

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Due to Arvind Kejriwal being in jail, many works in Delhi came to a halt.

Due to Arvind Kejriwal being in jail, many works in Delhi came to a halt. Even after a rebuke from the High Court, Kejriwal is not resigning from the post of Chief Minister.

Patiala, 27 AprilIn Delhi schools, students do not get books. The High Court has strongly reprimanded the Delhi government led by Arvind Kejriwal. The court has also said that by not resigning, Kejriwal has put his personal interests above the national interest.

On Saturday, a BJP candidate and MP from Patiala Lok Sabha Maharani Preneet Kaur told the media. He said that the Delhi High Court last Friday strongly reprimanded Arvind Kejriwal for not resigning from the post of Chief Minister. Court even asserted during the petition hearing that the Delhi government, under the leadership of the AAP party, solely seeks power. Arvind Kejriwal, who exaggerates the level of education in Delhi, is deliberately unaware of the fact that children are not getting books today. If Kejriwal was concerned about children’s education, he would have given priority to their future, resigned from his post, and paid homage to Baba Sahib. This action would have resulted in a greater level of respect for the Constitution crafted by Ambederji.MP Maharani Preneet Kaur, speaking to the media, said that the MCD Commissioner had argued in court that the non-formation of local committees was a major reason for the non-distribution of notebooks, stationery items, uniforms, and school bags.

Only the committees have the power and authority to award contracts worth more than Rs 5 crore, and the Chief Minister, who is currently in jail, is the committee chairman. Without the chairman, committees cannot take any decisions as per law. Therefore, children currently lack access to books, stationery, and school bags.

Taking aim at the Aam Aadmi Party, MP Preneet Kaur said that the AAP minister, who asserted that Delhi’s education structure has reached a world-class level, is prepared to provide books and other essential items to children because of his power-hungry nature. Are not. Today, the lure of power has become bigger than education in the eyes of AAP leadership.

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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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Monica Sharma intimated the corporation against the fisherman.

Monica Sharma said that Fishermen did not follow the rules of food safety protocols. She said that when local residents complained, the fisherman was not properly following the rules, and it was very difficult due to the bad smell and health hazards. The main reason was that he was standing near the temple of Shiva. And it was considered disrespectful to be selling fish in that location.

She also complained that she peacefully told him to move his stand, but he did not take it seriously and continued to operate in the same location, disregarding the concerns of the community. Monica emphasised the importance of respecting cultural and religious sensitivities while conducting business in the area. This led to informing the corporation about the issue, as it was affecting the overall harmony of the community. Monica suggested finding a more suitable location for the fish vendor to operate his business to avoid further conflicts.

So the corporation took the action of relocating the fish vendor to a different area that was more appropriate for his business, ensuring that cultural and religious sensitivities were respected and community harmony was maintained. She also said that at 24 No. Phatak, the community doesn’t have any problem with vegetables and other non-meat products being sold. Monica Sharma is the Halka coordinator of the Mahila Wing Patiala of the Aam Admi Party. At this press conference, there were many volunteers and supporters present.

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Kultar Singh Sandhwan-Punjab Vidhan Sabha Speaker expressed sympathy for the injured farmers.

Patiala, February 15: Punjab Vidhan Sabha Speaker Kultar Singh Sandhawan has termed the inhumane torture of farmers protesting for their democratic demands and oppression against food donors a crime against the country. Speaker Sandhavan had arrived today to check the mood of the farmers admitted for treatment at the Government Rajindra Hospital; before that, he also inquired about the condition of the farmers at the Civil Hospital Rajpura. He also got feedback about the treatment of farmers in government hospitals, on which he expressed satisfaction. MLA Neena Mittal, Gurlal Ghanour, Kulwant Singh Pandori, and Deputy Commissioner Shaukat Ahmed Pari were also present with him on this occasion.

Speaking informally with the media on this occasion, Speaker Sandhawan said that during this peaceful protest, the injured farmers, including journalists and other persons, were being treated free of charge on the instructions of Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Singh Mann. He said that the Chief Minister has also made it clear that the demands of the farmers are absolutely reasonable, and the centre should listen to them with a clear heart and resolve them immediately. The central and Haryana governments should also immediately stop the oppression of the farmers in Punjab. Speaker Kultar Singh Sandhwan said that blocking roads does not come under any law, and while nails and sharp arrows are not even on the borders of the country, oppression of farmers and food donors is a crime against the country because the country means farmers.

Speaker Sandhavan said that the farmer made a valuable contribution in the struggle for the freedom of the country, and his children are guarding the country’s borders and the farmer is filling the country’s food reserves. He said that bullets and shells are fired on enemies, but by doing this on the farmers, the BJP-led Central and Haryana governments are inhumanely torturing the farmers. Kultar Singh Sandhwan, referring to the words of the late Ram Manohar Lohia, ‘If the roads are calm, then the parliament will be uncontrollable’, said that the BJP government is protecting those people, whose narcotics were found in tonnes from the port.

Taking the Haryana government by the hand, he said that democracy is being killed by oppressing the farmers who are going to Delhi in a peaceful manner, for which the BJP will have to bear the consequences, and the people will surely give their answer in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. He said that the farmers’ fight is the country’s fight, and Punjabis have even climbed the gallows for the country. The speaker said that by ignoring the 65 percent of farmers in the country’s agriculture sector, which provides the highest employment, the central government, acting on the cues of a few corporate houses, is refusing to accept the earlier demands. He said that the culprits of the Lakhimpur Khiri incident should be given severe punishment, and ointment should be applied to the wounds of the farmers.

Meanwhile, SDM of Rajpura. Jasleen Kaur Bhullar, Director, Principal, Dr. Medical College. Dr. Rajan Singla, Medical Superintendent. Harnam Singh Rekhi, Dr. Vinod Dangwal, Dr. Deepali, Harshpal Rahul, Honey Luthra, and other dignitaries were also present.*Photo Caption: Punjab Vidhan Sabha Speaker Kultar Singh Sandhwan knows the condition of farmers at Rajindra Hospital. MLA Gurlal Ghanour and Kulwant Singh Pandori are also seen with them.

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A special camp will be held on February 17 and 18 to form the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee’s votes.

Patiala, February 16:
Deputy Commissioner Shaukat Ahmed Pari said that the programme of preparation of the Gurdwara voter list is being conducted by the Commissioner, Gurdwara Elections, Punjab, under the Sikh Gurdwara Board Election Rules 1959, according to which the votes are to be registered by February 29, 2024, and in this regard, special camps are being held in Patiala district on February 17 and 18 to collect vote registration forms from voters.
He said that every Kesadhari Sikh above 21 years of age who does not trim or shave his beard or hair and does not smoke, drink alcohol, or consume meat resides in the respective Gurdwara constituency. Form No. 1 to register your name in the electoral roll of 1 (for Kesadhari Sikhs) can be given to Patwaris, BLOs, and designated employees in villages and towns.
He said that eligible voters for Gurdwara constituencies 52 Samana, 53 Nabha, 54 Bhadson, 55 Dakala, 56 Patiala City, 57 Sanur, and 59 Rajpura in district Patiala can contact the Patwari or designated officer of their area. He said that special camps are also being held on February 17 and February 18 to submit the forms. He appealed to the eligible residents of Patiala district to register their names on the Gurdwara voter list, submit Form No. 1 immediately to the concerned employee or office, and actively participate in this campaign of voter registration so that the district administration can ensure your participation in this important work.

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Punjab Government increases initial pay of PSPCL employees – Power Minister

Patiala, February 16:

The Punjab Government has announced a significant increase in the initial pay scale of Punjab State Power Corporation Limited (PSPCL) employees.

The initial pay of junior engineers has been increased from Rs 17,450 to Rs 19,260.

The announcement was made by Punjab Power Minister Harbhajan Singh ETO in response to the persistent demand from PSPCL employees to align their pay scale with that of other Punjab government employees. He said that the circular regarding the revised pay scale has been issued by PSPCL.

He added that the categories of divisional superintendent accounts, revenue accountants, etc. have been placed in groups 14 to 16, and their initial pay has been increased from Rs 17960 to Rs 19260. Besides, Superintendent Grade-2, PA, SAS Accounts, etc. have been placed in groups 15–17, increasing the initial pay from Rs 18690 to Rs 19260.

Minister Harbhajan Singh ETO affirmed the commitment of the Punjab Government, led by Chief Minister Bhagwant Singh Mann, towards the welfare of its employees. “Our government is dedicated to addressing the genuine concerns and demands of all employees, ensuring fair compensation and recognition for their hard work and dedication,” stated the power minister.

Highlighting the government’s responsiveness to the needs of its workforce, Minister ETO emphasised, “It is essential to ensure that the pay scales are in line with industry standards and that our employees receive competitive compensation. The decision to increase the initial pay scale for PSPCL employees is a testament to our commitment to their welfare.”

The PSPCL employees expressed their gratitude to the Punjab government. “We extend our sincere appreciation to Chief Minister Bhagwant Singh Mann and Power Minister Harbhajan Singh ETO for their prompt action in addressing our concerns. This increase in the initial pay scale reflects their genuine commitment to our well-being,” they said.

After the demand was raised by the employees, a meeting was held on February 2 in the presence of Tejveer Singh, IAS, Principal Secretary, Power, and after discussions, the demand was accepted.

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Standing firmly with the farmers protesting for their legitimate demands, the Chief Minister Bhagwant Singh Mann-led Punjab Government will bear all the cost of treatment expenses to be incurred on injured persons during the ongoing farmers’ protest, said Punjab Health and Family Welfare Minister Dr. Balbir Singh here on Wednesday.

The Health Minister was on a whirlwind tour of different government health facilities near the Haryana border to know the wellbeing of farmers, journalists, and police personnel injured during the police action by the Haryana government to deter farmers from entering the state. He visited Dr. B. R. Ambedkar State Institute for Medical Sciences (AIMS) in Mohali, CHC Banur, Civil Hospital Rajpura, and Rajindra Hospital Patiala. MLAs Neena Mittal and Gurlal Ghanour were also present at Rajpura. 
Dr. Balbir Singh said that keeping in view the safety of protesting farmers, all the hospitals adjoining the Haryana border have been put on high alert, and emergency services are being provided 24×7. He said that there is no shortage of doctors in the government health facilities, and doctors have been asked to stay put at the hospitals, while the deployment of ambulances has also intensified along the border. He also asked the local health authorities to keep 14 ambulances on standby with the requisite staff and medicines in case of an emergency.
He said that being the nearest to the Shambu Border, at least 40 injured persons were admitted to the Civil Hospital in Rajpura, of which two have sustained serious head injuries and are undergoing treatment. CM Bhagwant Singh Mann-led Punjab government will ensure free medical aid to the persons injured during the farmers’ protest, he reiterated. 
While condemning the Haryana government for the unprovoked police action against protesting farmers, Dr. Balbir Singh said that the Haryana government has no right to stop farmers who were peacefully heading to Delhi to hold protests. “The national highway is property of the nation, and farmers were just passing through Haryana’s jurisdiction to reach Delhi,” he said, while terming the role of the Haryana government as unconstitutional and illegal. He also urged the BJP-led Haryana government to let the farmers reach the national capital to peacefully raise their demands. 
Meanwhile, during his visit to AIMS Mohali, the Health Minister took stock of the medical services being provided in emergency care and directed the officials to further strengthen the emergency services so that no one has to be referred to PGI, or Government Medical College-32, for further care.

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A warm welcome to new state president Preeti Malhotra and other team members

On February 7, the Residence of Ward 60 congrulated the new team member of the Aam Aadmi Party. The residents of Ward 60 gave a warm welcome to Preeti Malhotra, the state president of women; Surjan Singh Subedar, the state joint secretary of the ex-serviceman wing; and Nirmal Singh Jhaneri, the ex-serviceman wing’s district secretary. There were cake-cutting ceremonies and speeches to mark the occasion. The residents expressed their excitement and support for the new team members, hoping that their presence would bring positive changes and development to Ward 60. They emphasised the importance of women’s representation in politics and expressed confidence in Preeti Malhotra’s ability to advocate for their needs. The ex-servicemen also received applause for their dedication to serving the nation and were encouraged to use their experience to address issues faced by veterans in the ward.

In this programme, residents of Ward No. 60 raised their voices about their problems and concerns, ranging from inadequate infrastructure to a lack of access to basic amenities. They urged the new team members to prioritise these issues and work towards finding sustainable solutions. Additionally, they emphasised the need for regular communication and engagement between the residents and the elected representatives to ensure transparency and accountability in governance.

On this occasion, Mukhtiar Singh Gill, block president and cashier, highlighted the importance of community involvement in decision-making processes. He stressed that the residents should actively participate in local meetings and contribute their ideas and suggestions to shape the future of their community. Gill also mentioned the significance of building strong partnerships with local organisations and government agencies to leverage resources and address pressing issues effectively.

Monica Sharma is a committee member and member of the women’s group. She also plays an important role in advocating for women’s rights and finding sustainable solutions by raising their voice in front of senior leaders, ultimately contributing to the empowerment and equality of women in the community.

On this occasion, other prominent members like Yasmen ward secretary, Dharam Singh JE, Kamaljit Singh Walia, Sukhjeet Singh, Gurneek Singh, Harjit Singh, Darshan Singh, Bholla Singh Sarpanch, Munish, and Kuldeep Singh Subedar were present.

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IAS Officer, Dr. Harjinder Singh Bedi, ADC Took charge of rural development

Patiala, February 5:
The 2020 batch of IAS Officers, Dr. Harjinder Singh Bedi, has taken over as Additional Deputy Commissioner (Rural Development) of Patiala. After that, he met Deputy Commissioner Shaukat Ahmed Pari. On this occasion, his daughter-in-law, Taranjit Kaur Bedi, was also with him.
Dr. Harjinder Singh Bedi said that according to the instructions of Chief Minister Bhagwant Singh Maan, under the leadership of Deputy Commissioner Shaukat Ahmed Pari, he will ensure four-way development of the villages of the district as per the policies of the Punjab government.

ADC Bedi further said that the ongoing development works in the villages of Patiala district should be accelerated and completed on time, and new projects drawn up by the Punjab government, such as rural libraries and renovation of playgrounds and ponds, should be implemented. They will have priority.
In a meeting with the staff of his office, ADC (RD) instructed that the work should be done in a timely manner, the people coming to the government offices should not be inconvenienced, and the government duties should be performed in an honest and transparent manner. He also reviewed the special camps to be held in the villages regarding ‘Aap Di Sarkar Aap De Dwar’ from February 6.

MBBS The educational qualifications of Dr. Harjinder Singh Bedi were previously SDM. He was serving as Ludhiana West, while he was also serving as SDM at Pathankot and Dera Baba Nanak. Have served

Photo Caption: Additional Deputy Commissioner Rural Development of Patiala, Dr. Harjinder Singh Bedi

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593 beneficiaries of Patiala district have been released an amount of Rs. 3 crore under the Ashirwad scheme. Deputy Commissioner Patiala

February 7: Under the leadership of Chief Minister Bhagwant Singh Mann, the Punjab government released an amount of Rs. 5,000 to the Minister of Social Justice, Empowerment, and Minority Affairs, According to the guidelines of Baljit Kaur, 1 crore 46 lakh 37 thousand rupees have been released for the Scheduled Castes and 1 crore 56 lakh 06 thousand rupees for the backward classes and economically weaker sections in the amount released for district Patiala.

Giving information in this regard, Deputy Commissioner Shaukat Ahmed Pari said that 3 crore, 02 lakh, and 43 thousand rupees were released in Patiala district under the Ashirwad scheme. 1 crore, 46 lakh, and 37 thousand rupees were released for the beneficiaries of scheduled castes. The benefit of this will be given to 287 scheduled caste beneficiaries in the district. Similarly, 1 crore, 56 lakh, and 06 thousand rupees have been released for the beneficiaries of backward classes and economically weaker sections, of which 306 backward classes and economically weaker sections of the district will be covered. He said that under the Ashirwad scheme, girls from the Christian community, widowed girls of any caste, girls from backward classes, and economically backward families will be given financial assistance of 51 thousand rupees at the time of marriage and scheduled caste widows or divorced women at the time of their remarriage. Aid is given as an omen. District Social Justice and Empowerment Officer Mukul Bawa said that the amount received is being sent to the bank accounts of the beneficiaries through DBT mode, and the government is also releasing the amount to the remaining beneficiaries soon.

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On the second day, 24 special camps were held in the district under ‘Aap di Sarkar Aap de Duar’

On the second day, 24 special camps were held in the district under ‘Aap di Sarkar Aap de Duar’. ADC (Rural Development) Dr. Bedi inspected the special camp at Nalas. Promotional vans sent by the Punjab government were the centre of attention. People described the camps as an important initiative of the Punjab government. Patiala,

February 7: Under the exclusive initiative ‘Aap Di Sarkar Aap De Duar’ launched by the Punjab Government under the leadership of Chief Minister Bhagwant Singh Mann, 24 special camps were organised in the district on the second day today. Meanwhile, various departments provided related services to the people and also resolved the problems of the people. According to Deputy Commissioner Shaukat Ahmed Pari, the Punjab government under Chief Minister Bhagwant Singh Mann has launched an exclusive initiative to offer administrative services close to people’s homes, and people should definitely take advantage of it.

He said that during these camps, people were also made aware of the public welfare schemes of the government through the campaign vans sent by the Punjab government. These vans reached the camps set up in the villages of all sub-divisions today, where they remained the center of attraction. Meanwhile, Additional Deputy Commissioner Rural Development, Dr. Harjinder Singh Bedi, inspected the camp set up at village Nalas Kalan in Rajpura. ADC Dr. Bedi interacted with the people, made them aware of the welfare schemes and programs of the Punjab government, and also got their feedback. Dr. Bedi appealed to the people to attend these camps to take advantage of the government’s programs and welfare schemes.

In addition to the 45 services offered during the camp, he claimed that the people would also have access to services from the Sanjh Center and various departments under one roof. On this occasion, SDM. Jasleen Kaur Bhullar reviewed the campaign vans of the Punjab government and expressed her satisfaction that people were being made aware of them.

***Photo Caption: Dr. Harjinder Singh Bedi, additional deputy commissioner of rural development, examines the camp that the AAP government has established at village Nalas.

Photo Caption: SDM of Rajpura Jasleen Kaur Bhullar inspecting the campaign vans of the Punjab government.

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Assistant Commissioner hands over electoral rolls and CDs to representatives of political parties

PATIALA, JANUARY 22: The Special Summary Revision of Electoral Rolls and CDs handed over by the Assistant Commissioner to the representatives of the political parties has resulted in the final publication of 14,98,280 voters in the district. On the occasion, the Assistant Commissioner said that after the revision of the newly created votes, deleted votes, and corrections, the total number of voters in the eight assembly constituencies of Nabha, Patiala Rural, Rajpura, Ghanaur, Sanaur, Patiala, Samana, and Shutrana is now 14,98,280. These include 7,83,227 men, 7,14,996 women, and 57 transgender voters.

Ravinder Singh said that in order to increase the participation of youth in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections in 2024, the Election Commission of India has set a target to ensure that every youth who is 18 years of age and older is compulsorily enrolled in the photo electoral roll and their 100 percent participation in India’s democracy. The Election Commission of India has fixed four qualifying dates in a year: 1st January, 1st April, 1st July, and 1st October, as per which the next qualifying date is now 1st April 2024. In the meeting, all political parties were asked to appoint their respective booth-level agents at each polling station as per the instructions of the Election Commission of India. The meeting was attended by Mr. Mohinder Singh from the Congress, Mr. Sukhwinder Singh from the Shiromani Akali Dal, Mr. Rajinder Mohan from the Aam Aadmi Party, and Mr. Baldev Singh Mehra from the Bahujan Samaj Party.

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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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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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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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Cabinet Minister Harbhajan Singh ETO, Chetan Singh Jaudamajra, and MLA Pathan Majra took serious notice of the Akali Dal president’s use of foul language

Cabinet Minister Harbhajan Singh ETO, Chetan Singh Jaudamajra, and MLA Pathan Majra took serious notice of the Akali Dal president’s use of foul language and said, before accusing the Punjab government and MLAs, Akali should turn the stick under their own generation.

Banit Minister Harbhajan Singh ETO, Chetan Singh Jaudamajra and MLA Pathanmajra took serious notice of the Akali Dal president’s use of foul language.

The cable mafia in Punjab is a gift of the Akali government.

The Hon’ble Government stopped the commission culture—Harbhajan Singh, ETO

Accusers have not allowed any other cable company to come to Punjab in the last 15 years, but the Punjab government has opened investment avenues for all.

Patiala, November 20:
Punjab Public Works and Power Minister Harbhajan Singh ETO, Information and Public Relations Minister Chetan Singh Jaudamajra, and MLA Harmeet Singh Pathanmajra have taken serious notice of Sukhbir Singh Badal, President of Shiromani Akali Dal , using abusive language towards MLAs. Talking to reporters after inaugurating projects worth Rs 39 crore for roads in Sanur and Samana constituencies here, both the cabinet ministers advised the Akali Dal president to pass the baton under his generation.
Cabinet Minister Chetan Singh Jaudamajra said that the cable mafia was born during the Akali government, and in the last 15 years, they did not allow any other company to enter Punjab, but under the leadership of Chief Minister Bhagwant Singh Maan, by making such a policy, the investments of big companies in the state opened the way for, and now big companies are coming to Punjab in the field of cable as well. Jaudamajra said that if a company is providing cable facilities at a cheap rate and the operators are connecting to them, then the Punjab government, no MLA, and the police have no role in it. Therefore, the President of Akali Dal should remember the hooliganism committed in his state while swinging the baton under his generation.
Public Works Minister Harbhajan Singh, ETO He said that only the people who keep doing hooliganism in their state are now making false allegations of bullying, but the people of Punjab know who created the cable mafia in the state. Harbhajan Singh ETO strongly condemned the foul language used by Sukhbir Singh Badal against Aam Aadmi Party leaders and MLAs and said that these people had left the state poor while now Punjab is under the leadership of Chief Minister Bhagwant Singh Maan. The government has stopped the commission culture run by previous governments. He said that now the money left over from government projects is being spent for the benefit of the people. He also said that the approval of both the Samana and Sanur roads was given for Rs 39 crore, but the tenders were taken for Rs 31 crore, and thus Rs 8 crore has been saved.
MLA Harmeet Singh Pathanmajra said that during the Akali regime, the cable mafia killed and forcibly cut the wires of other operators, and during the 10 years of the Akali Dal and the 5 years of the Congress, no other company was allowed to enter Punjab, while now the main Minister Bhagwant Singh Mann has given an opportunity to the companies providing cable service at a low cost to the people to come to Punjab. On this occasion, Inderjit Singh Sandhu, Chairman Megh Chand Shermajra, Harjinder Singh Mintu, Balkar Singh Gajumajra, Guljar Singh Virak, and Gurdev Singh Tiwana were also present.

Photo Caption-Cabinet Minister S. Harbhajan Singh ETO and s. Chetan Singh Jodamajra and MLA S. Harmeet Singh Pathanmajra talking to reporters.

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Start of road development projects in Halka Samana and Sanur with a cost of 21 crore rupees

Start of road development projects in Halka Samana and Sanur with a cost of 21 crore rupees
The Punjab government, under the leadership of Chief Minister Bhagwant Singh Mann, is on a mission to make the state Rangla Punjab-Harbhajan Singh ETO.
Punjab got a strict and honest government for the first time. Chetan Singh Jaudamajra

MLA Harmeet Singh Pathanmajra thanked her for accepting other demands, including the roads of Sanur Constituency.

Punjab Public Works and Power Minister Harbhajan Singh ETO, Information and Public Relations Minister Chetan Singh Jaudamajra, and MLA Harmeet Singh Pathanmajra today launched road development projects costing more than 21 crore rupees at Samana and Sanur constituencies. done
The 13.80 km Patiala-Samana-Guhla Chika road via Dakala, Karhali Sahib, Kherki, Nijamaniwala, and Kamalpur roads and the twin roads of Sannor constituency, which will be constructed at a cost of Rs 11.60 crore at the historical village of Samana constituency by the two cabinet ministers and MLAs, New construction works of 23 km long Patiala-Guhla-Chika have been inaugurated at a cost of Rs 19.29 crore.

Harbhajan Singh ETO and Chetan Singh Jaudamajra said on this occasion that these roads will be used by pilgrims going to Karhali Sahib, the historic Gurdwara Karhali Sahib, the holy land of the Sixth Patshah Sri Guru Hargobind Sahib, and the ninth Patshah Sri Guru Teg Bahadur Sahib, along with pilgrims going to Haryana and Delhi in Punjab. He said that the contractor has been bound for 5 years for the repair and maintenance of these roads.Cabinet Minister Harbhajan Singh ETO addressed a large gathering of people at Karhali Sahib and Jodi Roads. He said that the Punjab government, under the leadership of Chief Minister Bhagwant Singh Mann, is not working on the commission like the previous governments but on the mission of making the state Rangla Punjab. Giving an example of his departments, he said that by operating Pachwara Coal Mine at Jharkhand in October 2022 of the Electricity Department, which has been closed since 2015 due to commission mining cycles, 1500 crores of Punjab have been saved annually. While in the Public Works Department, 72 crore rupees have been saved from the construction of 55 roads. He said that 6 crore rupees have been saved from this road itself.
Harbhajan Singh, ETO, said that this money saved by the government is being spent for the convenience of the people under the leadership of Chief Minister Bhagwant Singh Mann. As a result, the Punjab government has provided 600 units of free electricity to 90 percent of the consumers in the state within three months of its formation. The facility was provided without any discrimination. While talking about the School of Eminence, about 40 thousand jobs, industrial development, health and education, sports, and facilities are being provided to the residents of the state in every area.
Information and Public Relations Minister Chetan Singh Jaudamajra said that for the first time in Punjab, people have got a strict and honest government under the leadership of Chief Minister Bhagwant Singh Mann. He said that the work that the previous governments could not do in 70 years is being done with good thinking, clear intention, and honesty by fulfilling the green promise made by Chief Minister Bhagwant Singh Maan to the people. Calling upon the people to support Chief Minister Bhagwant Singh Mann, Jaudamajra assured that no hardship would be left to the people.
MLA Harmeet Singh Pathanmajra, while welcoming and thanking the two ministers, enumerated the road works in Sannour Constituency and asked them to lay tiles on the roads that were affected by water and on the roads of the villages located on the main roads. Pathan Majra further said that in 70 years, the previous governments could not make the roads leading to Guru Ghars and other religious places wide and paved, but under the leadership of Chief Minister Bhagwant Singh Mann, the Punjab government prioritized the work of paving all the roads in the state.
On this occasion, Lok Sabha Constituency Incharge of Aam Aadmi Party Inderjit Singh Sandhu, Improvement Trust Chairman Megh Chand Shermajra, Harjinder Singh Mintu, Advocate Gulzar Singh Virk, Gurdev Singh Tiwana, Balkar Singh Gajjumajra, Jagdeep Singh Jagga, S.C. Wing State President Amrik Singh Bangar, Harjinder Singh, Pavitar Singh Dakala, Leela Garg, Tejinder Ghuman, Maninder Dakala, Deepak Wadhwa, Public Works Department SE. Jaspal Singh Anand, Executive Engineer Jagmeet Singh, Naib Tehsildar Pawandeep Singh, DSP. Gurdev Singh Tiwana, Gurvinder Singh Paharipur, Harpreet Singh Ghuman, Block Samiti Chairman Gurmeet Singh Bittu, Baljinder Singh Nandgarh, Narinder Singh Takhar, Simrandeep Barkatpur, Satpal Panjola and Karan Kakkepur, including a large number of residents and dignitaries were present.

Photo Caption-Cabinet Minister S. Harbhajan Singh E.T.E. And Chetan Singh Jaudamajra and MLA Harmeet Singh Pathanmajra while inaugurating the projects worth 21 crore rupees of roads in Samana and Sanur constituencies.

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A special meet for the coming election of the Ghagga nagar council.

Senior leaders of the Aam Aadmi Party have taken a meeting for the coming election of the Ghagga Nagar council. In this meeting, Tejinder Mehta said that candidates will be elected through a survey system. And a warm welcome and invitation to all the newcomers who want to join the Aam Aadmi Party. In this meeting, MLA Kulwant Singh Bazigar, State Secretary Ranjodh Singh Hadana, Lok Sabha Incharge Inderjeet Sandhu, and President of Patiala Tejinder Mehta were there.

Kulwant Singh Bazigar said that Ghagga development is going on with a fund of Rs 47 crore. And shortly, you can see more changes in Ghagga.

Ranjodh Singh Hadana said that it is the volunteers duty to show the progress of the Ghagga and dictate government policies with achievement in front of the common people.

Inderjeet Singh Sandhu requested that the volunteers work on the core foundation of the party and work together in this progress.

This meeting was supervised by Block President Mithu. For this President Patiala of the Aam Aadmi Party, Tejinder Mehta, congruence and thanks to Mr. Mithu.

Hindi Version

घग्गा नगर परिषद के आगामी चुनाव के लिए एक विशेष बैठक।

घग्गा नगर कौंसिल के आगामी चुनाव को लेकर आम आदमी पार्टी के वरिष्ठ नेताओं ने बैठक ली। इस बैठक में तेजिंदर मेहता ने कहा कि उम्मीदवारों का चुनाव सर्वे सिस्टम के जरिए किया जाएगा. और उन सभी नए लोगों का हार्दिक स्वागत और निमंत्रण जो आम आदमी पार्टी में शामिल होना चाहते हैं। इस बैठक में विधायक कुलवंत सिंह बाजीगर, प्रदेश सचिव रणजोध सिंह हडाना , लोकसभा हलका प्रभारी इंद्रजीत संधू और पटियाला के अध्यक्ष तेजिंदर मेहता थे.

कुलवंत सिंह बाजीगर ने कहा कि 47 करोड़ रुपये के फंड से राज्य विकास चल रहा है। और जल्द ही आप घग्गा में और भी बदलाव देख सकते हैं।

रणजोध सिंह हडाना ने कहा कि घग्गा की प्रगति को दिखाना और सरकार की नीतियों को उपलब्धि के साथ आम लोगों के सामने रखना स्वयंसेवकों का कर्तव्य है।

इंद्रजीत सिंह संधू ने अनुरोध किया कि स्वयंसेवक पार्टी की मूल नींव पर काम करें और इस प्रगति में मिलकर काम करें।

इस बैठक की देखरेख प्रखंड अध्यक्ष मिट्ठू ने की. इसके लिए आम आदमी पार्टी के अध्यक्ष पटियाला तेजिंदर मेहता, मिट्ठू जी को हार्दिक बधाई एवं धन्यवाद।

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Ranjodh Singh Hadana has been appointed as the State Secretary

PRTC chairman and Aam Aadmi Party senior leader Ranjodh Singh Hadana has been appointed as the state secretary by the party. These instructions have been issued by the AAP party late last evening. After the release of the letter in this regard, there is a happy atmosphere in the Hadana Group. Aap leaders thronged his office on Friday to congratulate him. Meanwhile, leaders and workers of Patiala district of Aam Aadmi Party reached his office to congratulate him Ranjodh Singh Hadana will play a special role in the municipal elections to be held next month.

I will carry out the responsibility entrusted to me honestly. Hadana

PRTC Chairman Ranjodh Singh Hadana thanked Chief Minister Bhagwant Singh Mann for appointing the Aam Aadmi Party State Secretary. He said that whatever responsibility has been assigned to him by the party, he will fulfill it with full responsibility and honesty. Thanking the congratulators, Hadana said that the government of the Aam Aadmi Party is the government of the common people, and the work of the people will be done on the basis of priority. He said that the Chief Minister is constantly taking decisions in the interest of the people. Hadana said that the Aam Aadmi Party will play a special role in the upcoming municipal elections. He said that the party is releasing funds for the development of the district and has started many projects for the betterment of the city.

On this occasion, Megh Chand Shermajra Chairman Improvement Trust, Tejinder Mehta Urban President, Happy Pahharipur District President Youth, Surinder Pal Sharma Chairman Improve Trust Nabha, Shavinder Kaur Dhanju President Women’s Wing Sannoor Constituency, Pradeep Joshan, Jasvir Gandhi, Jagdeep Jagga Patiala, Angrej Singh Ramgarh, Raja Dhanju, Sukhwinder Balamgarh, Satveer Praud, Gurinderpal Adalatiwala, Lali Rahal Kachhvi, Mandeep Sanour, Bant Singh Balvera, Ladi Charason, and other party workers were present.

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