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Booked for trespass: The Raikot police has booked Kamaljit Singh of Barnala, Parmjit Singh of Dadda Hoor, Narinder Singh and Sukhwinder Dass of Kot, Major Singh of Raikot and Harghu of Gajewal for trespassing into a plot of Jasvir Singh of Saholi village and trying to get possession of the same. The police has registered a case under Sections 447, 427 and 506, IPC. Four of the accused have been arrested.

Booked for assault: The Jagraon police has booked Jaspal Singh of Agwar Lopon along with three unknown persons. They allegedly entered the house of Sukhpal Singh of Agwar Lopon Jagraon and beat his family members. The police has registered a case under Sections 452, 323 and 34, IPC, on a complaint of Sukhpal Singh. The injured have been admitted to the Civil Hospital Jagraon. No arrest has been made.

Employees’ protest: Employees of Punjab Roadways, Jagraon, held a protest rally under the aegis of AITUC on Monday against the assult on unemployed teachers in Chandigarh. They demanded house rent at the rate of 7.5% for the employees and overtime allowance. They blamed the AME for threatening the employees. The rally was addressed by Mr Amrik Singh Mikka, president, Mr Narinder Sharma, joint secretary, Mr Harbans Singh, vice-president, and Mr Gurdeep Singh Moti, president, Punjab.

Meeting HELD: Inspector Amarjit Singh here held a meeting with various school officials and drivers in which he highlighted the instructions issued by the High Court with regard to school vehicles. He said no vehicle should be run on the LPG, vehicles must bear the year of its manufacture along with the name of the school and telephone number. The drivers should be in uniform, along with an attendant.

Electrophysiology dept: SPS Apollo Hospitals here has started the Electrophysiology Department of to enable the electrophysiology study of the heart and evaluate both the slow heart rhythm disturbance and the rapid heart rhythm disturbance. Dr R.P. Singh and Dr Yash Lokhanwala, both trained electro-physiologists, would look after this department. Five patients Amarjit Kaur (50), Shinder Kaur (43), Vazira Bibi (45), Babita (25) and Avtar Singh (45), all of them had problem of irregular palpitation of heart. They were treated with the assistance of EP study.



Office-bearers appointed: The following have been elected the office-bearers of the Factuality Association, PGI, Chandigarh: Prof. Ashok Kumar Gupta; president, Dr Yash Paul Sharma; vice-president, Dr Virendra Singh; general secretary, Dr Aditya Aggarwal; joint secretary, and Dr Adarsh Kohli; treasurer, while Prof PD Radotra, Prof Anil Malhotra, Dr Chetna Vaishnavi, Dr Dalbir Singh, Dr Rajiv Kapur and Dr Akshaya Sexena as executive members.



Lok Adalat
: The District Legal Services Authority will hold a Lok Adalat at Mohana village on August 27 to settle criminal and civil cases of 16 adjoining villages, according to the Chief Judicial Magistrate, Mr R.P.Goyal. Lok adalats will also be held at Sonepat and Gannaur on September 9, he added.


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