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‘Martyrs from Punjab yet to get their due’

Mohali: The government has constituted a committee under Harpratap Singh Ajnala for giving due recognition to Punjabis for their contribution to the freedom movement.

‘Martyrs from Punjab yet to get their due’

Rana KP Singh, Assembly Speaker

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Mohali: The government has constituted a committee under Harpratap Singh Ajnala for giving due recognition to Punjabis for their contribution to the freedom movement. Assembly Speaker Rana KP Singh stated this after unfurling Tricolour at Government College here. He said, "The contribution of the Punjabi community to the freedom movement is immense, but martyrs from Punjab never got their due." He said he would take up the matter with the Union Government. TNS

Girls tie rakhis to Capt Amarinder 

Jalandhar: Five girls on Thursday tied rakhis to CM Capt Amarinder Singh. The CM wished them a bright and prosperous future. The girls included daughters of two martyred soldiers. Sonia is the daughter of martyr Constable Raj Kumar of the Rakshak Operation in J&K, while Bhawna is the daughter of martyr Lance Naik Kulwinder Singh of the Rakshak Operation. The others were Sulekha, a Gurdaspur farmer's daughter, Muskan, a student of Government Girls Senior Secondary School, Nehru Garden and Salempur village farmer's daughter Komalpreet Kaur. TNS

‘Roadways to get 100 new buses’ 

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Dalit youth shot at in Phagwara, three arrested 

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