Friday, April 6, 2001,
Chandigarh, India


R E G I O N A L   B R I E F S


NOMINATED: Dr Renu Goel, Councillor, was nominated member of the District Sales Tax Advisory Committee for Amritsar Circle-I comprising 31 government and non-government members while three other councillors — Mr Madan Lal Aneja, Mr Rajesh Khandari and Ms Nirmal Kanta Suri — were nominated members of the Amritsar Circle II. The official notification was signed by Mr Avtar Singh, Assistant Excise and Taxation Commissioner.

SENIOR CITIZENS: A long-pending grievance of nearly 1,800 pensioners has been redressed following the decision to set up a new branch of the State Bank of Patiala in the local Block Development Office complex. This would facilitate them in getting pensions. This was disclosed here on Wednesday by Mr N.S. Walia, SDM here.

OFFICE-BEARERS: The following have been elected office-bearers of the Punsup Employees Union, here: president — Mr Daljit Singh Karwal; vice-president — Mr Bagga Singh Sidhu; general secretary — Mr Suchha Singh Ahluwalia; joint secretary — Mr Makhan Singh Man and treasurer — Mr Rakesh Kumar.

SHSAD MEETINGS: Meetings of various Panthic agencies and organisations are being held at block and circle levels. The meeting of Mansa and Bathinda districts would be held on Thursday at diwan hall of Takht Shri Damdama Sahib, Talwandi Sabo. A state-level meeting of the Sarb Hind Shiromani Akali Dal (SHSAD) would be held on Friday next. This was stated by Mr Toga Singh, general secretary, SHSAD, in a press note issued here on Wednesday.

ROADS WIDENED: Nearly Rs 2.75 crore would be spent for patch works and link roads of Nathana-Bhagta-Bagha Purana and Slabatpura-Phul-Maur Mandi would be widened. The Chief Minister has directed authorities of the Public Works Departments to identify the roads in need of repair. Cheques amounting to Rs 19.25 lakh were distributed to 22 schools of Rampura Phul of the district for various development works. This was stated in a press note issued here on Wednesday by the Public Relations Department.

DEVELOPMENT WORKS: The youth clubs, NGOs, village panchayats should help in development works which would lead to improvement in quality and pace of work. This was stated by Mr Chiranji Lal Garg, Minister for Science and Technology, Punjab, while addressing a function at Virk Kalan village, near here. He also distributed cheques amounting to Rs 1 lakh for various development projects.

PRIZE DISTRIBUTION “Punjab has lacked behind in many areas during the rule of Badal government. Both agricultural and industrial growths have received a set back in his time. The GATT agreement has destroyed the economic structure of the country and in such a sorry state of affairs, how can a man dream of happiness and prosperity?” said Mr Gurcharan Singh Tohra while he was here to attend the annual prize distribution function of Nankana Sahib Public School at Rampur village near Doraha. Mr Tejinder Singh Rampur, President, School Managing Committee and member SGPC, gave a detailed report of the academics, sports and cultural achievements of the school. The prizes were distributed to the students by the chief guest. The guest of honour was Mr Mahinder Singh Grewal, MLA. Apart from others the occassion was graced by Mr Sukhdev singh Libra, Member Parliament, Mr Kuldip Singh Ghudani, advocate, Mr Inderjit Singh Lopon, Mr Paramjit Singh Rampur, Mr Manohar Singh Begowal. In the end, the vote of thanks came from the Principal of the school.

MEET: The Punjab police will organise a subdivision level two-day “Police Public Athletics Meet” in local Government High School on Saturday and Sunday. This is the first ever meet organised by the Punjab police. In a press statement Mr H.S. Bhullar, DSP, stated that apart from competitions in kabaddi, volleyball and tug of war, a cultural function would also be organised during the meet. He said a number of social organisations, including youth clubs, Rotary clubs and general public, were expected to participate in the meet. Those interested should send their entries by Thursday till 2 p.m. The Senior Superintendent of Patiala, Mr Harpreet Singh Sidhu, will honour the winners.

RECORD SUGAR: The Faridkot Cooperative Sugar Mill has produced a record sugar of 2.28 lakh bags by crushing 28.85 lakh quintal sugarcane during this season. The information was given here on Thursday by Mr R.S. Brar, managing director of the mill.

SEMINAR: The local Guru Gobind Singh Medical College will hold a seminar on national medicine update 2001 on Sunday at the college premises. According to the organising secretary, special focus will be laid to make the participants aware of the latest developments in the field of medicine.

RESIGNATION SOUGHT: The Garhshankar Block Congress Committee and the Mahilpur Block Congress Committee of Hoshiarpur district on Thursday organised protest rallies at Garhshankar and Mahilpur, respectively in support of their demand for resignation of the Vajpayee Government following the Tehelka expose.

DAV SCHOOLS: The DAV College Managing Committee here has decided to start DAV Public Schools at Suratgarh, district Sriganganagar (Rajasthan), Ellenabad district Sirsa (Haryana), and Sardulgarh, district Mansa (Punjab) from this academic session. This was disclosed by Mr Amar Nath, joint secretary of the Managing Committee, in a press note issued here on Wednesday.

KILLED: Noni, six-year-old daughter of Mour Singh of Denowal Khurd village, died on the spot when a scooter hit her while she was crossing a road here on Tuesday. Meanwhile, the body of Tarsem Lal (32), a labourer of Repur police station, Hajipur, was found in canal sewer near Hajipur on Tuesday.

WOOD SEIZED: The Talwara police seized 12/13 quintal logs of khair wood worth Rs 35,000 from the fields of Sham Singh, son of Brahm Dass at Bhavnour village, on Tuesday. A case has been registered in this connection under Section 102 of the CrPC.

ARRESTED: The Tanda police arrested Balwinder Singh of Nangal Khunga village on Tuesday for being in possession of 6,750 ml of illicit liquor. A case has been registered against him.

SUICIDE COMMITTED: Vipan Kumar (22), a labourer from Bihar, on Friday committed suicide by strangling himself in his room in the local labour colony. His body was found hanging from a ceiling fan. It was brought to the local Civil Hospital for a post-mortem examination. The police has registered a case in this connection and is investigating the matter.

REMANDED: Mr B.J. Nangli, Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate, on Tuesday remanded Ravi Kumar, a local goldsmith, to judicial custody till April 17 for duping a youth of Rs 80,000. The district police arrested Ravi Kumar for taking the amount from Sandeep Kumar of Dhapai village promising to send him to Germany but instead he sent him to Russia from where he was deported to India.

MAHAVIR JAYANTI: To mark the beginning of the celebrations of 2600 years of Tirthankara Mahavira’s Janma Kalyanak and observe the first Ahimsa Day, a function would be held at Shri Jain Muni Shyam Vihar Charitable Trust , New Kirti Nagar, Chandigarh Road, opposite Vardhman mill, on Friday morning. According to Mr Dev Raj Jain, Chairman of the trust, prominent Jain munis and political personalities including Mr Sat Pal Gosain, Deputy Speaker, Punjab Vidhan Sabha and Lala Lajpat Rai, MP, will grace the occasion. The Ludhiana chapter of People For Animals will also organise an exhibition on the occasion, according to Mr Sandeep Jain, President, PFA. The purpose of the exhibition is to educate the people by way of charts and pictures as to what constitutes cruelty to animals. The exhibition also aims at promoting vegetarianism. Free treatment to animals would be given at the Jeeva Daya Sadan, Haibowal, which is run by the PFA, added Dr Jain. Dr Jain said the PFA would further pursue their efforts for getting various slaughter houses in the city closed. They have already met the Deputy Commissioner in this connection and urged him to do the needful at the earliest. Dr Anupma Jain, Vice-president, PFA, would supervise a free langar near the old courts tomorrow. 

STOLEN: Certain unidentified persons have stolen about 2000 feet long cable of the Telecom department, Ludhiana, here on Thursday night. The cable was stolen from near Army complex Dholewal Chowk. According an FIR registered at division No. 6 police station at the complaint of Mr S.S. Sehgal, SDO, Telephone, the cable was stolen from a main roll kept at the place for laying the cable. The police has got no clue about the thieves so far. 

BOY 'KIDNAPPED': A 17-year-old boy, allegedly kidnapped and beaten by about three persons on Thursday, was admitted to Civil Hospital here after he managed to escape from their custody. The boy was seemingly ‘kidnapped’ due to some family problems and not for any ransom. According to an FIR registered at Basti Jodhewal police station on the complaint of Mr Gurcharran Dass, the father of the boy Sonu. The father alleged that the boy was kidnapped by Surinder Kumar and 2 others of Samrala. He has also alleged that his son was kidnapped at the behest of his wife with whom he is having estranged relations. The police said that the boy was taken away by the three accused from a shop near Tibba road to Nakkodar. The boy was also beaten but later he managed to escape and called up his father. The police has not arrested anyone so far. 

STOLEN: Copper and brass worth thousands have been reported to be stolen from a factory in Focal Point here. According to an FIR registered by the police, about 800 kg of brass and another 40 kg of copper were stolen from the factory of Mr Raj Thapa. However, no arrest has been made so far. 

CASE CANCELLED: The district police has cancelled a case of cheating, forgery and conspiracy in a land dispute case against Daljit Singh, District Commandant, Home Guards, posted at Patiala. The case was registered against the Home Guards officer and 8 others on February 16 last on the complaint of Ram Singh, owner of Sohi Badam Bagh, near here. All of them have been exonerated of the charges. The booked persons were accused of forging documents to claim certain property of Ram Singh. The case was registered on the recommendation of the Ludhiana SSP. However, an inquiry conducted by SP (Operations), Ludhiana, has found that the case was registered on false allegations. It said the allegation against the persons that they had got signature and thumb impression of the brother of Ram Singh under the influence of liquor was found to be false. The inquiry report was sent for further study to the DA (Legal) who recommended for the cancellation of the case.

FUNCTION POSTPONED: As many as 81 students of Punjab Agriculture University, have to wait for getting their awards for their achievements in sports and cultural activities for uncertain period. According to the reliable sources the annual prize distribution function of the university, which was scheduled to be held on April 9, 2000, has been postponed till further notice by the authorities. 

CONDEMNED: Homoeopathic Physician Society, Punjab, condemned the caution notice issued by Dr Lalit Verma, Secretary, Central Council of Homoeopathy, regarding the award of degree to the DHMS prior to 1983 by the Punjab Council whereas the Central Council had agreed that the diploma was equivalent to degree in the year 1990. The society also demanded immediate resignation of the ‘irresponsible’ Secretary. Dr Inderjit Singh, secretary and Dr Kuljeet Singh Bhalla, president, HPS, Punjab, in a press statement on Friday said Dr Verma had issued the notice on April 2, 2001 but the period to get applications for the award of degree by the Punjab Council expired on March 31, 2001. The society members alleged that Secretary, CCH, had diverted from the decision of the CCH and was not a ‘capable’ secretary. Meanwhile, the society members have hailed the statement of Mr Manoranjan Kalia, Punjab Minister for Medical Education, of giving fulfledged degrees instead of honorary degrees to the diploma holders. 

ILLEGALLY OCCUPIED: In yet another case of illegal possession of property of an NRI, the Sarabha Nagar police has registered a case against a city resident for illegally occuping a plot of an NRI Sanyogta Anand, who is living in Canada. The case has been registered against Pardeep Kumar, a resident of Durga Bhawan Dandi Swami Chowk, here. The complainant alleged that she had purchased a plot in Barewal Awana in 1993 but the accused illegally occupied it in November 2000. He said all his efforts to get the land vacated have not borne any fruit so far.

WHEAT PROCUREMENT: The Director, Food and Supplies, Mr Vajaralingam, Punjab, on Wednesday visited almost all wheat procurement centres in the district to personally see the arrangements made for wheat procurement for the coming wheat crop in the district.

MINOR RAPED: A minor was allegedly raped at Dhatrath village in the district by a youth of the same village. According to a report here on Thursday, the rapist Jaiveer has been absconding after the crime. The police has registered a case under Section 376 of the IPC at Pillu Khera police station.

MAN KILLED: One person was seriously injured after he fell from a bus near Ram Rai village on Wednesday. He was admitted to the local General Hospital where he succumbed to his injuries. The deceased has been identified as Baru Ram of Bhougra village.

DE-ADDICTION CENTRE: The drug de-addiction centres set up by the District Red Cross Society here has achieved very good results during its short tenure of only six months. This was disclosed by Ms Raji P. Shrivastava, Deputy Commissioner-cum-president of the District Red Cross Society, here on Thursday. She said the centre which started on October 1 last year had cured nearly 136 patients.

PRIZE DISTRIBUTION: The prize distribution function of rural tournament held at Bhame Kalan village in the district on Wednesday was organised by Nehru Yuva Kendra. Mr Balwinder Singh Bhunder, General Secretary of the SAD(B) and Rajya Sabha member, presided over.

ELECTED: The following have been elected office-bearers of the Punjab State Arthiya Association: patron — Mr Paras Ram (Muktsar), president — Mr Narinder Pal Danewalia (Mansa); senior vice-president — Mr Harinder Singh Sahni (Budhlada); vice-presidents — Mr Meg Raj Goyal (Sunam) and Mr Tersem Chand (Bhikhi) and general secretary — Mr Bawa Singh (Jaitu).

STUDENTS’ FEDERATION: Mr Kulwinder Singh Uddat has been unanimously elected district president of the Students Federation of India (SFI) at its meeting held here on Wednesday.

ANNUAL FUNCTION: The annual function of New Era Public School, Ajit Nagar, concluded here on Wednesday. Renowned educationist, Dr D D Bhatti, was the chief guest. He gave away the prizes. A cultural programme was also presented by students on the occasion.

AGITATION: The Food Corporation of India Executive Staff Union has decided to intensify its agitation to pressurise the authorities for early implementation of their demands. Mr Lakhwinder Singh, a spokesman for the union, said 55,000 Class III and IV employees had not been getting revised wages as the wage structure had not been finalised by the authorities.

BAN IMPOSED: Mr Jagjit Singh, District Magistrate, has imposed a ban on the use of loudspeakers under Section 144 of the CrPC. The orders will remain in force up to May 31 this year.

POLLUTION CHECK-UP: The local Lions Club, in collaboration with the District Transport Department, organised a free pollution check-up camp here at Banga road on Wednesday. Mr Angrej Singh, District Transport Officer, inaugurated the camp in which nearly 100 vehicles were checked, informed Mr Iqbal Singh, president of the club.

ELECTED: The following have been elected office-bearers of the Guru Nanak Dev University Workers Union: president — Mr Ram Lal; vice-president — Mr Kundan Singh; secretary — Mr Ram Asra; joint secretary — Mr Kuldip Singh; and treasurer — Mr Vijay Kumar.

TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION: Dr N.D. Vasisth was elected president of the Punjab Government Ayurvedic Teachers Association during a meeting held here on Thursday. The other members are: vice-president — Dr Adarsh Kumar and Dr Ashwani Kumar; general secretary — Dr Rakesh Pathak; and joint secretary — Dr N.K. Sharma.

COMPUTER CENTRE OPENED: The Punjab Government has decided to introduce computer education in schools and will soon provide computers to about 700 schools. The Punjab Finance Minister, Capt. Kanwaljit Singh, said this while inaugurating the IBM Advanced Career Education Centre here on Thursday. He said the country had produced famous computer experts and information technologists, forcing the IT giants to open research centres in India. He said companies like IBM were setting up their education centres to impart the latest studies in this country. 

CHEQUES DISTRIBUTED: The Punjab Tourism Minister, Mr Swarna Ram, on Wednesday distributed cheques amounting to Rs 27.50 lakh to 29 panchayats of block for development of villages, according to an official press note.

FAMILY PLANNING: Nearly 100 family planning operations were performed at a camp on Wednesday in the local ESI Hospital. Dr T C Malhan, Director Health Services, Punjab, presided. He also gave away prizes to the winners.

CULTURAL PROGRAMME: Malwa Sabhyachark Walfare Club, Bondli, Samrala, is going to organise a cultural programme and Natak Mela on April 9 in connection with Baisakhi according to Mr Rajvinder Singh, Director, Akas Rang Manch. Mr Sandeep Hans, SDM, Samrala, will preside over the function while Jathedar Kirpal Singh Khirnian, member SGPC, will distribute the prizes.



BLOOD DONATION: Nearly 150 volunteers donated blood in a camp organised by the Panjab University (Non Teaching) Staff Association here on Wednesday. Prof K.N. Pathak, Vice-Chancellor, also visited the camp. Mr Dharam Paul Sharma, president of the association, said such camps were small contributions of the staff for the noble cause of blood donation. 

FREE MEDICAL CAMP: The Municipal Corporation, Chandigarh ( MCC) will organise a free medical camp at Government Primary School, Mani Majra, on Sunday, besides conducting free laboratory tests for clinical diagnosis of ailments among poor women and children. According to a press note the camp is being organised under the Swaran Jayanti Shahiri Rozgar Yojana Scheme in association with the Bharat Vikas Parishad. 

MOCK TEST: The mock CET and PMT tests, being conducted by the Punjab Engineering College students at DAV College, on Sunday has been reschedule due to a change in the pattern of the test by Panjab University. About 1500 students from all over the region will be taking the test. Each paper would consist of 60 objective-type questions. The time allowed for each paper would be 70 minutes. The test has been rescheduled as: 8.30 a.m. (entry by admit card), physics — 9 a.m. to 10.10 a.m., Chemistry — 10.20 a.m. to 11.30 a.m., mathematics and biology — 11.40 to 12.50 p.m. This was informed by Mr Akhil Verma, convener of the test.

BLOOD DONATION CAMP: A blood donation camp was organised at the Bleeding Complex, Emergency Block of the PGIMER, on the occasion of a visit by Union Minister for Health and Family Welfare Dr C.P. Thakur here on Wednesday. The camp was organised by the Medical Technologists Association (MTA). The MTA also submitted a charter of demands to the union minister. The demands included pay scales as per qualification, allowances like HPCA, and restructuring of medical technology services at the PGI. The MTA also demanded that allowances granted to employees (non faculty) of AIIMS, New Delhi, should also be extended to the MTA employees of the PGI. Earlier, the Director of the PGIMER inaugurated the camp. The minister also visited the camp.

EMPLOYEES' RALLY: Employees of the UT Maintenance Department on Wednesday held a rally in support of their long pending demands. They demanded that the Judgement of the Supreme Court dated October 17, 2000, regarding equal pay for equal work be implemented, draft rules be changed so that every worker may get promotion, and designation of beldars be changed to helper. The rally was addressed by Mr Jagat Narain, Mr Bal Krishan, president of the federation, Mr Dyal Chand, Mr Avtar Singh and Mr P.Kam Raj.

DHARNA: Members of the Indian Council for Child Welfare Employees Union working in various creches held dharna in front of the Regional Provident Fund Commissioner office. They were demanding the opening of accounts of workers and that the CPF scheme should be implemented from 1984, said president of the union in a press note here on Wednesday.

AID PROMISED: British Rotarian couple, Mr Allan Smith and Ms Lynn Smith, assured the office-bearers of the National Handicapped Welfare Council, Haryana, that they would take up the case of aiding construction of their institute in Sector 12, here on Wednesday. During a visit to the site where construction work had been suspended for want of funds, the couple said that they would ask local Rotarians to take up the cause of the institute for the physically-challenged and help in the completion of the project. The project director, Mr K.C. Wadhawan, informed them that the institute would cater to 200 physically-challenged persons.



MAN KILLED: An 80-year-old man was killed in Rattanheri village on Tuesday night. The old man, Nirangu, was taking liquor along with Jagmal and Sher of the same village. Late in the night, a quarrel reportedly took place between Jagmal and Sher over some matter. Nirangu tried to intervene, but he sustained injuries in the process. He was taken to the local hospital where he was declared brought dead. 

ARMY RECRUITMENT: A recruitment drive will be held by the Army at MH Line Ground in Ambala Cantonment for Education Havaldars on Tuesday and Wednesday. Recruitment officer said the age of the candidates should be between 20 and 25 years on September 29, 2001. The candidates must be graduates and they must bring all necessary documents, a release said. 

PENSION DISBURSEMENT: The disbursement of pension to the aged, widows and physically-challenged will take place from April 9 to 15. The Deputy Commissioner of Ambala, Mr D.D. Gautam, said patwaris and municipal committee employees would distribute pension on village and ward basis. The persons who do not get pension during this period, can get it on April 16 and 17 at tehsil, sub-tehsil and municipal committee office in the presence of sarpanch, nambardar or municipal councillor, a release said. He said that 47,228 aged would get pension amounting to Rs 94.45 lakh and 12,569 women would get widow pension amounting Rs 25.13 lakh. 

OFFICE-BEARERS: The following have been elected the office-bearers of the Main Sadar Bazaar Association, Ambala Cantonment, Chairman — Mr Meshav Jain; president — Mr Prem Bajaj; senior vice-president — Mr Suman Jain; vice-president — Mr Sanjay Verma; secretary — Mr Vinay Malik; cashier — Mr Vinod Gupta; and convener — Mr Ajay Gulati. 

JAIN INSTITUTIONS: The Jain institutions in Ambala would involve themselves in social and public welfare activities. It was stated by the secretary of SA Jain College Management Committee Mr Kirti Prashad Jain, here on Thursday. Speaking in a function on the eve of Mahavir Jayanti he said Lord Mahavira was the symbol of peace and non-violence and the people should follow his teachings.

JEWELLERY RECOVERED: Jewellery worth Rs 12,000 was recovered from a thief who was arrested here on Wednesday. According to the police, Ishwar Singh, alongwith his two associates Mahender Singh and Rampal, had stolen jewellery, colour televisions and VCRs from three houses in the town. Mahender Singh and Rampal had been arrested earlier.

TWO ARRESTED: Two persons were arrested for demanding ransom from a poultry farm owner. According to the police, Pahlwan and Satyadev of nearby Piranwali village had demanded a ransom of Rs 5,000 from Arun Kumar, resident of the local Patel Nagar, last month.

ROAD MISHAP: One person was killed and 10 others injured when a private bus in which they were travelling collided with a tractor-trailer on the Jind-Narwana road, about 30 km from here, on Wednesday. The injured have been admitted to the General Hospital at Narwana. The deceased has been identified as Jai Kumar of Jagraon town in Punjab. The police has registered a case.

INAUGURATED: Mr Ajay Chautala, MP, inaugurated and laid foundation stone of development schemes worth Rs 73 lakh here on Wednesday. He had earlier inaugurated building of Bal Bhavan and Community Centre. He also laid the foundation stone of the indoor power substation to be built at the local mini secretariat and a rural secretariat at Patti Afgan.

DEMONSTRATION HELD: A large number of consumers of the mandi area held a massive demonstration in front of the office of SDO of the Uttar Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam (UHBVN), industrial area sub-division in Prem Nagar here on Wednesday in protest against fake and excess amount of electricity bills issued to them by the Nigam.

EVE-TEASING: A youth Jagbir of Jain Bagh Colony was arrested by the police as he was found teasing girls near the Shiva Shikhsha Sadan here on Wednesday. A case has been registered.

SUICIDE: Bijender, a 28-year-old ailing undertrial prisoner, reportedly committed suicide by consuming some insecticide in his house at Lalehri village, about 15 km from here, on Wednesday. According to reports, the culprit had been facing trial in several criminal cases including a murder case and lodged for treatment in the prisoners’ cell at the Medical College Hospital, Rohtak, from where he escaped on Monday.

STUDENT’S IMMOLATION BID: The Principals’ Association has expressed anguish and concern regarding an immolation bid by a student of D N College, Hisar, at the residence of the Principal of the college, Dr Ramesh Kumar, president of the association , said here on Wednesday.



CONDOLENCE MEETING: A condolence meeting of the ACC Gagal Cement Karamchari Sangh was held at factory gate at Barmana, 18 km from here, on Wednesday and a high-level and impartial inquiry was demanded into death of factory electrician Ishwar Dass Chaudhary, who on a night duty was found buried under the conveyor-belt debris a few days ago.

ULTIMATUM: The HP Public Works Department Government Contractors Union at Ghumarwin, near here, was served an ultimatum to the PWD authorities that if all their pending bills were not cleared by Friday, they would be constrained to launch a protest on Saturday. This was stated in a press note issued here on Wednesday.

CRUSHED: A tractor driver Anil Kumar was crushed under his own tractor at Jogindernagar, 56 km from here. His body was sent for a post-mortem examination to the local Civil Hospital. The cause of accident could not be known immediately.

FINANCIAL CRISIS: Financial crisis in Himachal Pradesh have assumed alarming proportions as nearly 10,000 daily wagers in the zone have not been paid dues for a period varying between one and three months. Mr Rajinder Singh Guleria, president of the PWD Workers Union, Mandi district, said here on Wednesday.Top

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