Amritsar: The city police have booked a Tarn Taran resident for threatening the family of a NRI living in Canada. In a complaint emailed to the police, Damanpreet Singh, presently living in Toronto, Canada, had complained that Prabhjit Singh, a resident of Hanswal village near Goindwal in Tarn Taran had threatened to kill his family living in Amritsar. The complainant alleged that the accused, who is lodged at the jail, had demanded money from him and threatened that failure to pay money would cost the lives of his family members. The complainant had also received messages on his social media platforms in this regard. Meanwhile, the Islamabad police station have registered a case against Prabhjit Singh under Sections 383, 385, 386, 506 and 507of the IPC and Sections 42 and 52-A of the Prisons Act. TNS
Sachar is senate member of GNDU
Amritsar: Senior leader and district Congress committee Amritsar rural president Bhagwant Pal Singh Sachar has been appointed senate member of Guru Nanak Dev University for two years by the Governor and Chancellor of the university. Sachar said that he would leave no stone unturned to take the university to the pinnacle and strengthen the higher education sector in Punjab. "Guru Nanak Dev University has been ranked among the reputed universities in the country for its outstanding contribution in the field of higher education as well as in research and skill development. The Punjab Government would extend all possible support to make it the best regional university," he said. Bhagwant Pal Sachar is a member of the governing council of Khalsa College, member of the Chief Khalsa Diwan, president of Guru Khalsa High School, Shamnagar, vice- president of Sri Guru Gobind Singh Public School, Hidayatpur (Dhade). He is also member in-charge of Sri Guru Harkrishan Public School, Majwind. Sachar, a civil engineering graduate, is associated with the political arena as well as religious and social organisations.. TNS
Effigy of Prime Minister burnt
Amritsar: Activists of the Lok Bhalai Insaf Welfare Society burnt the effigy of Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his stubborn stance on the three legislations on farming recently passed by Parliament here on Saturday. They held a sit-in outside a shopping mall where stores of Reliance company were operational. As a precautionary measure the management of the shopping mall closed the entire unit. Baldev Singh Sirsa, president of the Lok Bhalai Insaf Welfare Society, said ignoring the stir of farmers by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi showed his priority. He preferred to please the corporate sector at the cost of annoying the hard working farmers who form the bulwark of all sections of the entire country and toil hard in the fields for the rest of the people. He demanded that the Union government should immediately withdraw the three legislations on farming recently passed by the Parliament. TNS
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