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Youth hangs himself in custody
3 cops suspended; DM orders probe

Jupinderjit Singh
Tribune News Service

Pawan Kumar, brother of the deceased Anish, records his statement with the police.
Pawan Kumar, brother of the deceased Anish, records his statement with the police. Photo by Inderjeet Verma

Ludhiana, April 17
A motor cycle theft accused allegedly committed suicide by hanging himself with his shirt from iron bars of a ventilator in a cell of the Focal Point police station in wee hours today.

A stunned city police administration swiftly suspended two Punjab Police cops.

On its recommendation, the state Home Guards Department suspend a home guard for the custodial death.

Twentyfive-year-old Anish Kumar, belonging to Kangra, and an employee with marketing unit of a Moti Nagar yarn trader was arrested last evening for stealing a motorcycle of Munish Kumar of Haibowal. All were posted for night duty in the police station.

The accused was reported sleeping till 2:30 am but later, in the morning he was found hanging dead. He allegedly tied his shirt around his neck tying another end with an iron bar of a ventilator. He then jumped down a three-foot-high platform supporting a toilet seat in the cell.

he cops, ASI Rajwinder Singh, HC Rajinderpal and homeguard Raj Balal, also faced a department inquiry for their negligence in duty, SP -Detective Gurpreet Singh told Ludhiana Tribune.

District magistrate Sumer Singh Gurjar has ordered a magisterial probe into the incident. SDM-West Surinder Mohan Sharma will conduct the probe to ascertain if he was tortured in custody forcing him to commit suicide.

The probe would also concentrate if it was actually a suicide or murder in custody.

SMO Civil Hospital Harbinder Singh said a board of doctors would conduct the examination. It would be video-graphed also as per the directions of the National Human Rights Commission.

SHO Focal Point Gurdev Singh said the body could be sent to the civil hospital in the evening only when his parents arrived.

His father Shamsher Singh, runs a road side "Kultcha -Chola" cart outside Punjab State Electricity Board office, Ferozepore.

SP Gurpreet Singh said the accused had no criminal history other than stealing a motorcycle. The bike was recovered from him.

Meanwhile, A board of doctors conducted the post-mortem examination of the deceased this evening.

Sources said asphyxia caused by hanging was the cause of death . The viscera of the deceased has been sent for chemical examination for further analysis.

SDM Surinder Mohan Sharma , who is heading the magisterial probe said no external injury was found on the body.

Anish was scheduled to marry a girl of Kangra in few months only. Pawan Kumar, elder brother of the deceased, said the engagement ceremony was held a month ago.

Demanding a transparent investigation and justice, Pawan Kumar said he was at a loss to understand why his brother committed suicide or if he was actually a thief. It is true that Anish was driving a bike for several days but my heart doesn't accept that he was a thief. He had told us his company had given him the bike due to his marketing job profile, which required a lot of travelling in the city."

Pawan said he did not feel his brother was tortured in the police custody and died, "However, at the same time, I find it hard to believe that he could commit suicide in such a manner." — His Brother

Shamsher Singh, father of the deceased was inconsolable at the death of the youngest of his three sons. He said his son was a hard worker and could not have stolen the bike. There is some communication gap somewhere. — His Father



Challaning of Buses
Confusion reigns in convent schools
Mohit Khanna
Tribune News Service

Ludhiana, April 17
School bus transporters and the District Transport Office standoff took a grim turn with Father Davis, director of Sacred Heart High School, BRS Nagar, claiming the DTO was harassing them for not admitting children recommended by them.

While thousands of parents and students had a harrowing time arranging transportation for the school, no end to the controversy seems in light.

Father Davis, expressing his anger at the challaning of school vehicles, told Ludhiana Tribune, "The DTO office has problems as certain admissions have been denied by the school to their wards. I wonder why only these two schools have been targeted " Despite, repeated attempts the DTO could not be contacted.

Hundreds of parents and students of two prominent convents of the city suffered transportation hassles today with school van operators refusing to ferry students in protest against the challaning of their vehicles by the district transport department.

The Sacred Heart High School and Sacred Heart Convent School, Sarabha Nagar, witnessed a chaotic rush and confused parents and children, who were looking for each other after the schools was closed.

Kindergarten students were the worst effected as they did no know where to go after spending a day in school.

The School Van Operator Association, BRS Nagar, had pulled out more than 150 small vans and buses off the city roads, which ply the students of these schools.

The decision was taken after a meeting of the School Van operator Association organised at BRS Nagar office last evening. Darshan Sabharwal, president of the association, said, "There is some misunderstanding between the school authorities and the district transport officer (DTO) but we are unnecessarily being made the soft target."

There was traffic jam outside the school. Satpal Sharma, a city resident, said, "There was chaos outside the school as hundreds of vehicles driven by harassed parents came from all direction. It took me more than half an hour to find my grand children. If the school authorities and the traffic authorities are having some problem they shall resolve the matter, why the parents and students are suffering for it."

DTO Chander Gaind has refuted the allegations levelled by Father Davis. He said he had initiated action against school bus/van drivers for violating traffic rules. “I have never recommended anyone for admission to these schools. The action is in no way aimed at pressuring the management of these schools.”



150 school buses go off roads
Tribune News Service

Ludhiana, April 17
The school van operators’ association, BRS Nagar, yesterday withdrew more than 150 vans and buses from the city roads. Thus, students of Sacred Heart Convent School, Sarabha Nagar, and Sacred Heart High School, BRS Nagar, will not be able to avail these facilities from tomorrow onward. This decision was taken after the association met at its BRS Nagar office here today.

The association’s refusal to ferry the schoolchildren forced parents to drop their wards at school themselves.Its president Darshan Sabharwal said, “There is some misunderstanding between the school authorities and the district transport officer (DTO) but we are unnecessarily being dragged into the issue.”

He further added, “Recently buses ferrying students of these two schools were targeted by the DTO office while, vans and buses belonging to other schools were not challaned. I believe we are being targeted for no fault of ours.”

Ginni Ahuja, a housewife said, “It is quite difficult for me to pick and drop my children as I have to look after the routine chores.”

Director, Sacred Heart High School, BRS Nagar, Father Davis, said,”The DTO office has problems as certain admission have been denied by the school to their wards.”



Robbers strike terror at Karamsar
Petrol pump worker shot at, looted; 3 more robbed

Mahesh Sharma

Mandi Ahmedgarh, April 17
Terror struck the area when two armed robbers looted four persons in the Karamsar area one after the other within half an hour and shot at employee of a petrol pump who had resisted their attempt to rob him.

Exact amount looted from the victims was yet to be ascertained.

The Payal police has launched hunt for the suspects who had fled on motorcycle.

Arvind Kumar, an employee of Karamsar Filling Station near Rara Sahib, was shot at by two motorcycle-borne robbers when he (Arvind) resisted their attempt to loot the petrol pump at about 8 pm yesterday. The robbers, however, decamped with cash bag, under the cover of dark.

Investigations revealed that the robbers struck at the filling station immediately after the power went off. As one out of two employees, deputed at the office, had gone to backyard to run a generator, the robbers overpowered Arvind and asked him to hand over cash to them. On his resistance one of the robbers shot at him and the bullet pierced his back. Profusely bleeding Arvind was shifted to a private hospital at Doraha town.

A police team reached the spot and started hunt for the suspects who were told to have gone towards Jagera side.

Investigations by the police revealed that the robbers had looted three other persons before striking at the filling station.

In first incident, they took away Pulsar motorcycle and Rs 30,000 from Charanjit Singh of Ghangas village, a bank employee when he was returning home. The motorcycle was used to rob two villagers, one after the other near Bhikhi village.

Meanwhile, the circle office has directed the SHO Payal to organise special nakas at sensitive points and step up patrolling in the area. Raul, Gurthali, Buani, Jhammatt, Landa and Butahri Bridges have been identified for the purpose.

Incident is not the first of its kind in area. Poorly organised gangs of drug addicts turned robbers have been active in the area for the past many months. One person was shot at Landa Bridge in similar manner last months. 



Alert cops foil robbery; nab servant, aides
Mohit Khanna
Tribune News Service

Ludhiana, April 17
A servant and his three accomplices, all of Nepalese origin, drugged and looted a textile manufacturer's family of cash, jewellery and valuables over Rs 10 lakh at Col Gurdial Singh road at about midnight last. The four, however, could not run far away as alert cops nabbed them within three hours.

A team of PCR cops, including Darshan Singh and Jaswinder Singh, on the routine night patrolling proved boon for the family. They not only nabbed the accused moving on the road at that time in suspicious manner but also saved the family from certain death by shifting them to a hospital.

The police with the help of neighbours took the sedated family to DMC Hospital. Textile manufacturer Mohan Lal Sadana, his wife Gulshan Sadana and two sons, Ravil Sadana and Chirag Sadana, are stated to be out of danger.

The arrested accused include a 14-year-old domestic help Raju, his uncle Dilip Bahadur and two other accomplices Dhan Bahadur and Ram Bahadur, who work as watchmen in different parts of the city.

The police recovered 830 gram gold items, 370 gram silver articles, a laptop and approximately Rs 50,000.

SP-Detective Gurpreet Singh later told reporters that the main accused, Raju, has revealed that he had served drug-laced potato cutlets to the family members. After consuming those, the family members fell unconscious and they looted at leisure. He then played the television on full volume, switched on the lights, air conditioners to avoid any suspicion.

The SP said the servant had planned the loot with his friends. According to the police, the accused looted the house and left the home ransacked during the mid-night but could not run far as alert PCR officers arrested them and called CIA officers for interrogation.

The police then sprung into action and saved the victims with the help neighbour.

Kamal Kumar, a relative of the family, said, "It was the quick action by the police, which saved the family. Had they not reached on time they would have not been alive."

The police has warned the residents to learn from the incident by registering their servants with the police. The SP said the police has repeatedly advised the residents to get the registration of the servant but they did not pay any heed only to accused the police for lax vigil later on.



Ferrari thrills car lovers
Tribune News Service

Ludhiana, April 17
Car enthusiasts gathered in the industrial hub to have a glimpse of two ultra luxury Ferrari cars that were here today .

The cars were as a part of the Magic India Discovery Tour of the car that started from Mumbai in February. Exclusive previews of the cars were held at Dada Motors and Garryson Motors.

People carried their cameras to capture the image of the car. "The response is overwhelming and it is a dream moment for any car lover", said Rishi Dada, CEO of Dada Motors.

The two Ferraris were part of a convoy of 10 vehicles which is travelling some 13,,000 km in India as part of the tour.

The cars featured in this tour is the 612 Scaglietti, Ferrari's flagship GT model.

Ferrari is known for its features like attaining an acceleration from 0 to 100 km per hour in mere 4 seconds. The maximum speed of the car is up to 320 km per hour. So far associated in most Indian minds as a racing car, Ferrari is now being projected as a perfect car for the Indian roads.



Lecture on children’s nutritional needs
Our Correspondent

Ludhiana, April 17
The local branch of the Indian Academy of Pediatrics (IAP) organised a lecture on “healthy living for the adolescent children” at Government Senior Secondary School, Haibowal Khurd, here today.

IAP district president A.K.Handa said its members would regularly visit schools and impart life skill education to the students of higher classes. Moreover, the students would also be screened regularly for anemia and appropriately treated in the school itself.

The first lecture on healthy living was delivered by Dr Rajinder Gulati, president of the Punjab state branch of IAP. Focusing on adolescent nutrition and health, he said nutritional needs were influenced by age, sex, health status and activity levels. “Adolescent is a period of rapid growth for which proper nutritious food is necessary. The nutritive deficiencies during this period not only affect the child’s health but may also affect the cognitive development.”

He further added that the food habits of adolescents were cause of concern now days. “Advertisements influence food beliefs and eating patterns of the youth. Most fast foods are fattening, low in nutrition and contain substances that are harmful for the body. Frying of food items in the same oil over and over again, produce harmful chemicals that can lead to numerous diseases. WHO has confirmed that the coal tar dyes used to make food products attractive can cause cancer.”

Dr Gulati maintained that one could get immune to numerous diseases by eating sufficient quantities of vegetables and fruits in daily diet. Fruits containing vitamin A, C and E accelerated the process of immunity. Similarly, leafy vegetables and fruits were anti-oxidants which prevented the untimely aging of the body and preserved its health and beauty. Anemia or iron deficiency which was a common problem in adolescents, could be overcome by eating sufficient amount of whole meal bread, grains, eggs, liver and dried fruits like dates.



Food & snacks on railway platforms
Move on packaged food draws flak
Kuldip Bhatia

Ludhiana, April 17
Many of the category I railway stations in the Ferozepur division, including Ludhiana, appear all set to say good-bye to the age-old practice of providing freshly cooked food and snacks to passengers on railway platforms, and instead the travelling public will have to buy packaged food which the Indian Railways Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) believes to be more nutritious and hygienic.

Though the process of changeover has already been set in motion and one of the 17 stalls, proposed to be set up at railway station here, has already become functional, the major policy decision to replace freshly cooked food with packaged items appears to be tough to implement if the mood of the contractors, vendors and even some of the railway passengers is any indication.

The proposal mooted by the IRCTC to make the railway platforms "cooking-free" zones a few months back, however, is fraught with many hurdles and expectedly so, the vendors selling freshly cooked food and snacks till now are up in arms against the decision. It was in the face of stiff opposition to the move from various quarters that the railways had to hold back the orders to ban cooking of food and snacks on railway platforms from September 10 last year.

According to highly placed sources in the railway administration, the renewed attempt to disallow cooking on platforms provides for all food and snacks like chana-bhatura, kulche-chane, poori-sabzi, samosas and pakoras, to be sold by the vendors from hand carts or kiosks to be prepared outside, and thereafter brought to the railway platforms in hot cases for sale.

The decision, however, appears impractical and illogical to the vendors on the railway station, who maintain that even the passengers, particularly in the Punjab region, will not easily take to consumption of food and snacks, kept in the hot cases.

Talking to The Tribune at the railway platform, one of the vendors, selling freshly prepared "pooris, aloo-bhaji, chanas and pakoras", said even now some of the passengers complain that the food was cold or not fresh. "This is so when I prepare all this stuff freshly and in front of the people on my hand cart. Who will eat pooris and other food items kept in a hot case," he asked.

Not only this, depending on weather conditions, food stored in hot cases, also tends to get spoilt if there are inadequate arrangements for heating at regular intervals, he added. In such cases, either the travelling public will get stale food and snacks or else, the vendors will have to suffer huge losses.

Another vendor offering "kulchas and chanas" for sale on the platform expressed similar views. He said, "We keep the food items covered, maintain a reasonably good quality of the preparations and the passengers are satisfied. Then why should the railways come out with such a ridiculous proposal?"

The IRCTC may have their own reasons for this major shift in the policy regarding preparation of food items on railway platforms, but indications are that the move will be difficult, if not impossible, to implement and might even be resented by a majority of the railway passengers as well.



Majithia grants Rs 11 lakh to Jain society
Tribune News Service

Ludhiana, April 17
Minister for information and public relations, Punjab, Bikram Singh Majithia, has questioned the “mysterious silence” maintained by PPCC president, Rajinder Kaur Bhattal, and former Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh,on the issue of inflation.

He said the Punjab Congress’ silence has cast serious doubts over the party's so called poor-friendly claims. He sought immediate clarification from the duo on the “wrong policies” of the UPA government which has resulted in rise in prices of essential commodities.

The minister was interacting with the mediapersons after participating in the Jain Bhagwati Diksha Samaroh organised to mark Bhagwan Mahavir Jayanti by the S.S. Jain Sabha at Sunder Nagar here, today.

Addressing the gathering the minister said Jain priests had preached tolerance, service to the suffering humanity and non-violence in society. He announced a grant of Rs 11 lakh for the completing the hall being constructed by the sabha.

Addressing the function, deputy speaker, Punjab Vidhan Sabha, Sat Pal Gosian, said the Jain community had always adopted the principles of non- violence and service to those suffering as preached by its great saints. He announced a grant of Rs 2 lakh for the propagation of Jain philosophy.



Sukhjit is Sahit Akademi senior vice-president
Tribune News Service

Ludhiana, April 17
Noted author Sukhjit from Jaswant Zafar panel was elected senior vice-president of the Punjabi Sahit Akademi unopposed as the other two contenders, Prem Singh Bajaj and Deepak Manmohan, withdrew their candidature from the post here today.

After elections took place on April 13, counting for this position was deferred and results were slated to be declared on April 27.

Manmohan withdrew his candidature in the general house on the day of elections. However, his name figured in the ballot papers. Post that, Sukhjit from Zafar's panel and Bajaj from Gurbhajan Gill's panel were the two main candidates in the fray.

It is learnt that Bajaj withdrew his name on an appeal by the newly elected president of the akademi, Dalip Kaur Tiwana.

Controversy surrounded Bajaj's candidature as several akademi members, including Sukhjit, alleged that Bajaj was drawing salary from the akademi due to which he was not eligible to contest. However, the Gill panel contended that Bajaj only took an honorarium for his services to the akademi.

On the day of the elections, some members protested against his candidature and even demanded cancellation of polling for the post of the senior vice-president. However, only counting was deferred.



MC forms squads to check water wastage
Tribune News Service

Ludhiana, April 17
The municipal corporation has today issued a stern warning to residents to stop wasting water, failing which stringent action will be taken against the violators.

Municipal commissioner Vikas Partap said surprise squads of senior officers would check the violators who waste drinking water for washing cars or spray it outside houses, shops and take immediate action.

He said the decision to take action was taken today at a meeting of all zonal commissioners and officers. He said the residents would have to cooperate in saving water instead of wasting chlorinated water in such a manner. A press release issued by him to warn the public through the media said it was found that washing cars and spraying water not only wasted clean drinking water but also broke roads and provided a perfect breeding ground for mosquitoes.



NGO to observe World Veterinary Day
Tribune News Service

Ludhiana, April 17
The governing body of the Vets club has decided to organise World Veterinary Day 2008 on April 19 at BRS Nagar on the call of Dr Herbert Schneider, president of the World Veterinary Association, Dr Jim Edward, past president, and Dr Amrit Lal Chaudhry, president, Indian Veterinary Council.

Dr Harbans Singh Dhalla, general secretary of the club, in a press statement today said that World Veterinary Day was an event that celebrated the contribution of veterinary profession to society. Veterinarians were key professionals providing essential services to a large section of society in a range of areas. He added that the "29th World Veterinary Congress 2008" would be held at Vancouver, Canada, from July 27-31.

The Vets club is an active NGO, that is participating in the Animal Birth Control Programme, launched by the Animal Welfare Board of India.



Don’t shield corrupt

With the arrest of three officials of the municipal corporation’s building branch by the Vigilance Bureau, the entire staff went on strike thereby putting its working to standstill. There is no doubt that the building branch is corrupt, city is made out of a slum, once the mall of this city is now a commercial complex, the lungs of the city has been chocked due to inaction by the building branch and later on by the corporation. There might be prime facie case against these officials, only then FIR was registered and later on arrested. Most regretful part is that these employees are threatening the corporation. It is strange that the zonal commissioners took part in the rally which was addressed by the chief parliamentary secretary. The law of the land should be allowed to prevail and officials must prove their innocence in the court.

Sher Singh, Ludhiana

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Gang of juvenile robbers busted
Electronic appliances worth Rs 10 lakh recovered

Tribune News Service

Ludhiana, April 17
The Sadar police today claimed to have busted a gang of juvenile robbers and recovered electronic appliances worth Rs 10 lakh. The accused were arrested by the police near Basant Avenue late last night.

While two of the accused, Gurjot Singh (16) and Manjot Singh (18), are brothers and residents of Aman Park, their third accomplice, Mandeep, alias Babbu (20), lives in Sunet village.

According to SI Jangjit Singh, SHO, Sadar, the teenagers took to crime as they were addicted to living a luxurious life. They used to spend the money for buying expensive clothes, mobile phones and eating at expensive restaurants.

The police has recovered a VCD, UPS, two scanners, two computers, three cameras, three watches and 16 mobile phones from the accused.

The police said the modus operandi of the accused was to look for a shop which lacked proper security.

The accused cracked up during interrogation and confessed to committing thefts from the Friends Moblile Shop, Daad village, and Puja Electronics from Pakhowal Road.



Manual reaping of crops on the rise
Record production of farm implements

Mahesh Sharma

Mandi Ahmedgarh, April 17
Ancillary and industrial units, engaged in the manufacture of sickles, accomplished record production and sale of agricultural implements due to the rising trend of manual reaping instead of garnering by the combine harvester.

Unsuitability of combine harvesters for reaping wheat crop, affected by the inclement weather, ban on harvesting during nights and a hike in the price of wheat chaff are said to be the main reasons for the development.

However, the profits of manufacturers and local suppliers were affected by a steep rise in the prices of iron and excessive consumption of diesel due to an unprecedented interruption in power supply.

Investigations reveal that production and sale of sickles had beaten the record of past 30 years. Though the exact figures about the production and sale of the agricultural implements were yet to be arrived at, lakhs of sickles and other agricultural implements have been dispatched to stockists and traders of Punjab and the neighbouring states.

"The demand by retailers of Punjab and neighbouring states was so high that we have had to work day and night and even on holidays. Interruption in power supply compounded our problems,” said Kuldip Singh, a small manufacturer.

Tinku Aggarwal, an office-bearer of the Agricultural Implements Manufacturers Association, stated that a majority of the manufacturers had failed to earn substantial profits due to a hike in the prices of steel and iron and consumption of diesel due to frequent power cuts.

“As the prices of steel and iron were hiked many times after we booked orders at old rates, we suffered losses despite record production,” said Aggarwal, adding that ferrous metals had experienced a price hike to the tune of Rs 6 to 7 thousand per metric ton just prior to the execution of orders booked six months ago.

The town is known as the home of agricultural implements. Hundreds of families are engaged in the production of these implements or their parts. Though the manufacturers of combine harvesters and reapers have been doing good business during the past decades, units engaged in manufacturing sickles had suffered losses.



Mechanised farm impresses Pak delegates
Tribune News Service

Ludhiana, April 17
“We are impressed with the agricultural progress, especially in the field of farm mechanisation in Indian side of Punjab. There can be many areas of collaboration between the two Punjabs, ” director general (water management), agriculture department, Pakistan, Mushtaq Ahmed Gill, expressed these views while interacting with his Indian counterparts at the Punjab Agricultural University here today. Gill, leading an eight- member delegation from Pakistan to Punjab these days.

He said conservation agriculture rather than the conservative one was need of the hour. “Agricultural institutes should work to resolve the practical problems faced by farmers on both sides of the border. Success of agriculture lies in improvement of management practises, mechanisation of operations and systematic management,” he said adding that crop residue management was another important factor in agriculture.



8 acres of wheat crop destroyed in fire
Our Correspondent

Mandi Ahmedgarh/Samrala, April 17
Incidents of fire in standing wheat-crop fields and wheat straw have kept civil authorities and the fire brigade busy in rescue operations.

At least eight acres of ripened wheat crop was reduced to ashes in the area during the past 24 hours. Wheat straw, standing in an equal area, was also destroyed.

The alleged sparking due to high-tension power wires passing over the fields was reported to be cause behind the fire. Farmers have demanded compensation for the losses.

The losses would have been huge had the residents of villages not responded to the alarms raised by passersby and neighbouring farmers.

Investigations revealed that wheat crop belonging to Hardev Singh of Nagra (four acres), Jagroop Singh of Lasoi ( two acres), Kamikar Singh of Bains (one acre) and Iqbal Singh of Bains village (one acre) was reduced to ashes allegedly due to sparking in overhead power wires. Wheat straw standing in their fields and those belonging to Sudagra Singh and Malwinder Singh of Landa village, Raj Singh of Papraudi and a farmer of Ghullal village was also destroyed in the fire.



550 attend wrestling trials
Our Sports Reporter

Ludhiana, April 17
More than 550 boys and girls (u-14 and u-17 years) are attending the trials being conducted at the multipurpose indoor hall of Guru Nanak Sports Complex for selecting wrestlers for the sports wings being run from different places across the state.

A panel of selectors under the chairmanship of former international wrestler, Sukhchain Singh Cheema, is conducting the trials. Harpal Singh Kanwar and J S Bhandari, deputy director, Sports, Punjab, and officiating district sports officer, respectively, are conducting the trials.

Those aspiring to be under-19 team will appear for the trials, tomorrow. Wrestlers will be picked up for the day scholar wings as well as the residential wings and will be provided facilities as per the guidelines.



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