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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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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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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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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Health Minister Dr. Balbir Singh reviewed the work of providing compensation to the flood-affected people and said the Bhagwant Maan government is committed to rebuilding the infrastructure damaged by floods soon.

A constructive meeting was held in a positive atmosphere with dairy owners about the Ablowal dairy project.
Patiala, August 19:
Health and Family Welfare Minister Dr. Balbir Singh held a meeting with Deputy Commissioner Sakshi Sahni and other district officials to review the work of providing compensation to flood-affected people. On this occasion, the Health Minister praised all the officials for the laudable work done by the district administration to protect people from water-borne diseases after the floods, including the rescue and relief work of the people during the floods.
Dr. Balbir Singh said that the provincial government, under the leadership of Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann, is committed to the early reconstruction of the damaged infrastructure, including compensation to the affected people after the floods. He said that he has reviewed the strategy for the work to be done now and is satisfied that the entire administration is working day and night as per the instructions of Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann.

The Health Minister also held a meeting with the dairy owners along with Municipal Corporation Commissioner Aditya Uppal and officials of other departments to review the Sri Guru Nanak Dairy Project at Ablowal. On this occasion, Deputy Commissioner Sakshi Sahni gave information about bank loans for milch animals, veterinary clinics, fodder, animal markets, Verka milking centers, high-tension electricity wires, etc. to make this project a success.
The Health Minister instructed the officials to solve all the issues within the given time and take action to transfer the dairy businesses running within the limits of the Municipal Corporation to this project. Appreciating the association of dairy owners, he hoped that with their support, this project would be started very soon.
Dr. Balbir Singh received the progress report of the pending development works in Patiala Rural Constituency from the officials of various departments and said that, as per the instructions of Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann, all the works should be completed in a transparent manner within the stipulated time.
On this occasion, PDA Chief Administrator Gurpreet Singh Thind, SP. City Muhammad Sarfraz Alam SDM Dr. Ismat Vijay Singh and Tarsem Chand, Civil Surgeon Dr. Raminder Kaur, District Revenue Officer Navdeep Singh, District Development, and Panchayat Officer Amandeep Kaur, ACFA Rakesh Garg, Executive Engineer of Public Works Department Piyush Agarwal, along with officials of other departments, were also present.
Photo Caption: Health Minister Dr. Balbir Singh in a meeting with officials at the District Administrative Complex.

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Aam Aadmi Clinic in Urban Estate

14th August 23. Dear residents! Opening ceremony of 76 Aam Aadmi Clinics has been done virtually by Our Hon’ble & popular CM, on the eve of 76th Independence day, including one such clinic in Urban Estate phase-2 Patiala.

Respected Chief Administrator, PUDA, Patiala graced the occasion. The lady staff members and others added happiness to the occasion by observing ribon-cutting ceremony through Senior leader of Aam Aadmi party Mr. Joshan. Dr Bhavna Sharma and supporting medcal. staff managed the event in a decent praiseworthy manner. With the opening of this clinic, a long pending demand of residents has been fulfilled by the Aam Aadmi party government.

38 types of medical tests will be free along with necessary medicines. Tomorrow is holiday on account of Independence Day, the clinic will be functional the following day.

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