|Sunday, January 2, 2000,
Municipal Committee: Residents of various localities, including shopkeepers of Baghapurana town, 15 km from here on Friday, protested against the local municipal committee for using substandard material in construction of roads. They have demanded an inquiry against the employees of the committee.
The local rural development division of Punjab and Sind
Bank, organised a tractor maintenance and animal welfare
camp, here on Thursday. Nearly 150 farmers from nearby
villages attended the camp. The agricultural scientists
from Punjab Agriculture University (Ludhiana) imparted
training to the farmers in tractor maintenance.
Elected: The following have been elected office-bearers of the Sector 7 Istri Satsangh Sabha : President Mrs Ratanjit Kaur; Vice-President Mrs Tejinder Kaur Mann; General Secretary Mr Kanwaljit Kaur Dhaliwal; Joint Secretary Mrs Gurnam Kaur Kohli; and Cashier Mrs Paramjit Kaur.
"Open darbar": The Deputy Commissioner organised an "open darbar" here on Friday. Nearly 50 complaints were brought before him. Senior officers of various government departments were present on the occasion. Residents of the local Timber Market has requested the DC to lay sewer lines in their area and that of Ramsaran village demanded a bridge over the road going to their village.
Killed: A motor cyclist was killed when a vehicle hit him here on Friday. The victims face was crushed in the accident.
Hard-core criminal: The Jind and Kaithal police has in a joint operation arrested Satbir a hard-core criminal. This was stated here on Saturday by Dr B.K. Sinha, SP. He was involved in a number of dacoities, robberies, murders and vehicle thefts in Jind, Kaithal and other parts of Haryana.
Distributed: Mrs Nirmal Chaudhary, youth Congress leader, distributed blankets and shawls among 1,800 persons at a function organised at Ganaur, 16 km from here on Friday.
Memorandum: A memorandum listing the demands of mini-bank employees was submitted to the Deputy Commissioner by leaders of the Mini Bank Karamchari Maha Sangh here on Friday.
Employees affiliated to the Joint Action Committee of the
Haryana Urban Development Authority ( HUDA) continued
their agitation on Saturday. They sat on a dharna and
shouted slogans against the administrator.
Truck recovered: One of the two trucks which were stolen by thieves from Gaggal police post on December 3 was recovered by the police on Friday from Sujanpur in Gurdaspur district of Punjab. According to reports, two trucks bearing Punjab registration number were impounded by the RTO on November 26. Later, the trucks were found missing from the police post. A case has been registered under Section 379 of the IPC. The truck driver has absconded.
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