Former MLA protests over sealing of marriage palace in Bathinda

Former MLA protests over sealing of marriage palace in Bathinda

SAD activists protest in Bathinda on Tuesday. Tribune photo

Tribune News Service

Bathinda, September 1

Irked over the sealing of his marriage palace, SAD leader and former MLA Sarup Chand Singla along with party workers today tried to gehrao Finance Minister Manpreet Singh Badal office in the city, but were stopped by the police on the way.

SAD activists staged a protest in front of the barricades and raised slogans against the state government and Manpreet.

Singla and his supporters alleged that his marriage palace was wrongly sealed in a bid to suppress his voice. He claimed he was not using the palace, had paid all the dues and informed officials of the Municipal Corporation of Bathinda (MCB) that till the time he didn’t get the NOC, he wouldn’t operate the palace. However, he alleged, the palace was sealed without any notice.

On August 29, the MCB had sealed three palaces Jeet Palace, Kingfisher Resort and Skylark Resort as it claimed that these were operational without obtaining permissions from the various departments concerned.  

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