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Expelled BJP leader says step unconstitutional
Bathinda, August 1
Narinder Mittal, expelled chief of the Bathinda (urban) unit of the BJP, today said that his expulsion was contrary to the constitution and rules of the party and has sought intervention of the BJP president Rajnath Singh and L.K.Advani.

Launch of villas announced
Bathinda, August 1
The Omaxe today announced launch of luxurious and stylish expandable villas in Bathinda today. Spread across an area of around 72 acres and keeping in mind the increasing per capita income of Bathinda residents, we decided to cater to their penchant for designer villas through premium and state-of-the art project, said Avneet Soni, director of the company.

Award for BCL Industries
Bathinda, August 1
The BCL Industries and Infrastructures Limited, Bathinda, formerly known as Bathinda Chemicals Limited, has been awarded Shri B.K. Goenka-SEA Award 2008-09 for being the second highest producer of refined rice bran oil in the country. This award has been presented for the third consecutive year to the company.



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Expelled BJP leader says step unconstitutional
SP Sharma
Tribune News Service

Bathinda, August 1
Narinder Mittal, expelled chief of the Bathinda (urban) unit of the BJP, today said that his expulsion was contrary to the constitution and rules of the party and has sought intervention of the BJP president Rajnath Singh and L.K.Advani.

In a letter to the state unit chief of the BJP, Rajinder Bhandari, copies of which he released to media, Mittal has said that his expulsion was in contravention of the rule 25(6) of the constitution of the party.

He said that his expulsion was announced even before seeking explanation from him that was mandatory under the constitution and rules of the BJP.

He has described his expulsion as a "conspiracy" against him and he claimed this was done in retaliation to the allegations of corruption, indiscipline and groupism being encouraged by a particular section of the party leadership.

Expulsion of Mittal for a period of six years was announced by the BJP general secretary Kamal Sharma at a function here on July 22 for installation of the newly appointed chairman of the Bathinda Improvement Trust Ashok Bharti.

Mittal had opposed his appointment and gone to the venue of the function with a begging bowl. Balramji Dass Tandon, a senior BJP leader, was present in the function.

However, the formal show- cause notice was sent to him on July 25 to explain why he should not be expelled from the party for six years.

Mittal has claimed that he was not liable for disciplinary action as he did not indulge in indiscipline. The party leaders should have followed the constitution and rules of the BJP before taking any action against him, he claimed.

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Launch of villas announced
Tribune News Service

Bathinda, August 1
The Omaxe today announced launch of luxurious and stylish expandable villas in Bathinda today.

Spread across an area of around 72 acres and keeping in mind the increasing per capita income of Bathinda residents, we decided to cater to their penchant for designer villas through premium and state-of-the art project, said Avneet Soni, director of the company.

The project is expected to be completed within 18 months, Soni added. The villas start at a low price of Rs 17.47 lakh and are strategically located amidst amenities to make living comfortable.

Located on the Bathinda-Goniana road and set in lush green ambience, these villas are surely delightful homes packed with all the modern amenities.

On correction in property prices, Soni said the rates have declined by 10-20 per cent across the country and there is no further scope for reduction.

About the special scheme, Soni said that first six allottees of the draw would get discount up to 50 per cent and the draw is expected for August 22 for applications received till August 18 this year.

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Award for BCL Industries
Tribune News Service

Bathinda, August 1
The BCL Industries and Infrastructures Limited, Bathinda, formerly known as Bathinda Chemicals Limited, has been awarded Shri B.K. Goenka-SEA Award 2008-09 for being the second highest producer of refined rice bran oil in the country. This award has been presented for the third consecutive year to the company.

In a press release, Rajinder Mittal, CMD, said that the company is one of the largest integrated agro-based unit in north India comprising one oil mill, solvent extraction plants, rice sheller, chemical refinery, Vanaspati plant etc.

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