03032019-JTR-01.qxd 3/3/2019 1:24 AM Page 1 c m y b Jalandhar TRIBUNE EXPERTS EXHORT PEOPLE TO PROTECT ENVIRONMENT PAGE 2 GENERALLY CLOUDY INBRIEF MAN KILLED IN MISHAP Phagwara: Ram Parkash, a resident of Gobindpura, was killed on the spot when a mini-truck hit him near Rest House Chowk on the national highway here on Friday night. The police have registered a case in this regard against the driver of the mini-truck and sent the body to the local Civil Hospital for the post-mortem examination. OC FUEL PRICES PETROL ~71.94 DIESEL ~66.26 MAX 19°C | MIN 12°C | YESTERDAY MAX 19°C | MIN 12°C SUNSET SUNDAY 6:26 PM SUNRISE MONDAY 6:52 AM Suspects arrested by CGST team, sent to judicial custody till March 16 Tribune News Service THE CASE Jalandhar, March 2 The CGST Division-1, Jalandhar team, has arrested two persons for issuing fake invoices and e-Way bills worth Rs 38 crore to avail fraudulent Input Tax Credit (ITC) amounting to Rs 6.95 crore. The kingpin, Gaurav Sharma, proprietor of GA Enterprises, had opened a firm, Gulab Enterprises, using the documents of Gulab Chand, who is a migrant labourer working with GA Enterprises. The other suspect in the case is Amit Goyal, who acts as a promoter and marketing The kingpin, Gaurav Sharma, proprietor of GA Enterprises, had opened a firm, Gulab Enterprises, using the documents of Gulab Chand, who is a migrant labourer working with GA Enterprises. The other suspect in the case is Amit Goyal, who acts as a promoter and marketing agent involved in bringing parties to GA Enterprises for sale and purchase of fake invoices. agent involved in bringing parties to GA Enterprises for sale and purchase of fake invoices. Amit knew all details of the business run in different names by Gaurav. On February 28, based on intelligence, the premises of Gulab Enterprises and GA Enterprises were searched by the team, led by Kiran Bala, Assistant Commissioner, and the officials of the CGST DIvision1, Jalandhar. During the search, a few invoices from the premises of Gulab Enterprises and two laptops and a few invoices from GA Enterprises were recovered by the team. Detailed analysis of the invoices and the laptops and the recorded statements of Gaurav Sharma, Amit Goyal and Gulab Chand revealed that GA Enterprises, Gulab Enterprises and Orient Enterprises were used to issue invoices without receiving any goods or services. It was found that the suspects were guilty of offence committed under the CGST Act, 2017, for the reason that they had issued tax invoices without supply of goods or services, leading to wrong availment or utilisation of the ITC by purchasers. As per the invoices, the Jalandhar, March 2 The first examination of Class XII students conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Edu- Students in a cheerful mood after coming out of an examination centre on the first day of the CBSE Class XII examinations in Jalandhar on Saturday. PHOTO: SARABJIT SINGH with the invigilator, who obviously could not help.” A teacher from MGN Public School said: “There have been reports that the CBSE has agreed to the goof-up. Hence, there is a possibility that the students could get grace marks. I have told Mobile phone repair, electrician courses for drug dependents begin Tribune News Service Jalandhar, March 2 Taking another innovative step to ensure employment to drug dependents by providing skill training to them to secure their future either by making them employed or self-employed after the treatment, the administration has started mobile phone repair and electrician courses for drug dependents undergoing treatment at the Government Drug Rehabilitation Centre in Sheikhe here. The courses has a duration of three months.The drug dependents will be trained by experts at the centre. Deputy Commissioner Varinder Kumar Sharma said this was just another step to make youth undergoing treatment self-reliant so that when their treatment gets completed, they did not have to depend on others for employment. He said the training classes had already been started and a qualified technician was on the job daily from 10 am to 3 pm at the rehabilitation centre. Sharma said the classes would emerge as a game changer for the lives of the drug dependents and these would also boost their confidence. He said the massive drive against the drug menace by the government and largescale awareness programmes had brought awakening among the public. The Deputy Commissioner said it was an encouraging trend and the administration would continue its efforts till the entire district was made drug-free. He said the Health Department was in the process of recruiting more additional staff for the centre, which at present has a full-fledged round-the-clock 20-bedded facilities and a medical officer, counsellor, ward boys, nursing staff and security. He added that the department had tied up with an NGO which would also start offering three-month certificate courses in computers, plumbing and other trades. Woman donates kidney to save brother’s life Our Correspondent Hoshiarpur, March 2 In an exemplary display of care and affection, a woman from Hoshiarpur district has donated kidney to save the life of her brother. Bikram Singh Uppal required immediate kidney transplant and his sister Jaswinder Kaur, a resident of Rampur Bilron village in Hoshiarpur district, came to his rescue and decided to offer her kidney. Bikram, who hails from total value involved exceeds Rs 38 crore and the corresponding tax involved amounts to Rs 6,95,57,310. Based on the investigations, the competent authority under Section 69 of the CGST Act, 2017, the Commissioner issued the order of arrest of the two main suspects on March 1. As per directions, the team of the CGST Division-1, Jalandhar, arrested the two suspects and produced them before the Chief Judicial Magistrate, Jalandhar, who sent them to judicial custody till March 16. Further investigations are in progress. Woman accuses husband of harassment, assault Tribune News Service ENGLISH EXAM Phagwara, March 2 The Phillaur police have arrested five persons for duping several persons on the pretext of doubling their money. This was stated by SSP (Rural) Navjot Singh Mahal today. He said the suspects had been identified as Sukhjit Singh of Isewal village, Ranjit Singh of Mohi village, Nirmal Singh of Koom-Kalan village, Jiwan Singh of Dehlon village and Sarabjit Singh of Raikot. They took lakhs of money from people in Jalandhar, Ludhiana and Moga. When the victims asked to return the money, they refused to return the same and threatened them. The SSP said they were nabbed near Sutlej Bridge today. The police have seized Rs 5 lakh in cash from them and impounded their Tata Zest car. — OC SUNDAY | 3 MARCH 2019 | JALANDHAR 2 held for using ~38-cr fake bills Tribune News Service Five held for duping people PAGE 3 Actor Ali Fazal, whose upcoming film is Milan Talkies, says element of unpredictability excites him to explore it. CBSE Class XII paper pattern change irks students cation (CBSE) was marred by a six-mark question due to a change in the paper pattern. The students said they were expected to prepare from one of the two novels of English – Invisible Man or Silar Marner — and the examiner was to give them a choice to answer one question of the two. However, the questions from both novels came as compulsory. Students of Cambridge International School said: “We got confused on seeing it and even raised the matter UNPREDICTABILITY KEEPS HIM ON THE EDGE, SAYS ALI FAZAL Beard signifies machoism or valour and bravery, something that our hero Abhinandan has shown world. Over 500 students from schools take part in dry flower and potted flower contests at Pushpa Gujral Science City. FORECAST PAGE 3 IAF PILOT ABHINANDAN’S STYLISED BEARD HAS BECOME TALK OF TOWN Jamitgarh village in Balachaur tehsil, required immediate transplant. At this crucial time of his life where any more delay could be fatal, Jaswinder stood to his side and donated her kidney. The transplant was performed at Alchemist Hospital, Panchkula, which runs a certified centre for performing kidney transplants with a team, including Dr Neeraj Goyal, kidney transplant surgeon and consultant, urology, Dr Ramesh Kumar and Dr Charanjit Lal, both senior consultants, nephrology, and Dr Rajiv Goyal, senior consultant, urology. Dr SK Sharma, former director of the PGI, Chandigarh, heads the department of renal sciences. Dr Neeraj Goyal said the donor surgery, i.e. harvest of kidney from donor, was performed using advanced laparoscopic technique of ‘retroperitoneoscopic donor nephrectomy’, a surgery that has got many advantages over conventional laparoscopic or open donor surgery. Meanwhile, one of greatest advantage of starting a transplant programme at Alchemist was the smoother and well-organised process of legal documentation, said Dr Goyal, adding this involves a single counter clearance before conducting operations of live related kidney transplant that shortens the time involved in legal documentation and limits the sufferings of patients. c m y b my class not to worry and go on preparing for the next examination.” Jalandhar, March 2 A resident of Master Colony, Kiranjit Kaur, has accused her husband of harassing and beating her. A complaint was made by Kiranjit to the Police Commissioner on Friday but no action has been taken against her husband Sarabjit Singh or in-laws by the police. Kiranjit said she got married to Sarabjit in 2010. She alleged that her husband started beating her a year later. She was pressured to bring dowry from her parents. The vicitm alleged that her in-laws pressured her ACTION YET TO BE TAKEN A complaint was made by Kiranjit Kaur to the Police Commissioner on Friday but no action has been taken against her husband Sarabjit Singh or in-laws by the police. Kiranjit said she got married to Sarabjit in 2010. She alleged that her husband started beating her a year later. She was pressured to bring dowry from her parents. for bringing money and her father-in-law, who returned from Canada, assaulted her and left her at her parents’ home. When she tried to return to her in-laws’ house, it was found locked. Mother of two children, she alleged that her mother-in-law also harassed her for giving birth to two daughters. ASI Narinder Kumar of Division No. 1 said after her initial complaint to the women’s cell, a compromise was made between her and husband. While she complained again on March 1 and when the police party went to her in-laws’ house, it was found locked. The police said Sarabjit’s mobile phone number was also not reachable. This correspondent also tried to reach him on his phone but he could not be contacted.
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