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Posted at: May 6, 2017, 10:55 AM; last updated: May 6, 2017, 10:55 AM (IST)

Khattar announces tax exemption for dera chief’s ‘Jattu Engineer’

Khattar announces tax exemption for dera chief’s ‘Jattu Engineer’
CM ML Khattar and the dera chief starting the cleanliness drive in Karnal on Saturday. Tribune photo: Ravi Kumar

Parveen Arora

Tribune News Service

Karnal, May 6

Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Saturday announced tax exemption for six months on ‘Jattu Engineer’ featuring Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh.                      

The CM was speaking after starting a cleanliness drive from Committee Chowk here, along with the dera chief.

It is the 31st mass cleanliness drive of the dera in the country and second in Karnal.

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The CM appreciates the efforts of dera and announces to make all districts open defecation free by June 23 and urban areas by September 25.

The CM urged the people of Karnal to contribute in maintaining cleanliness in their vicinity.

The dera chief urged people not to go in for open defecation and asked them to get toilets constructed at the houses of the poor.

He asked people to say no to drugs and count the benefits of cow milk and urine.                       

Around 4 lakh to 5 lakh followers were expected to participate in the massive drive, he said.                       

He said, “My new film ‘Jattu Engineer’ is based on cleanliness and will be released on May 19.”                        

The dera chief said efforts should be made to bring back Naxalites into the mainstream instead of killing them.

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