03102021-LT-01.qxd 03-10-2021 00:14 Page 1 c m y b Ludhiana TRIBUNE MLA DEDICATES TO PUBLIC 3 PROJECTS IN DHANDRA VILLAGE MLA Kuldeep Singh Vaid dedicates to public three development projects worth ~24.01 lakh in Dhandra village. FORECAST PARTLY CLOUDY SKY PAGE 2 ANJALI ANAND, AVINASH SACHDEV TO STAR IN SURAJ AUR SAANJH MAX 34°C | MIN 24°C | YESTERDAY MAX 32°C | MIN 24°C Ludhiana, October 2 A team of CIA-I of the Ludhiana police claimed to have busted a gang of vehicle thieves with the arrest of two members. Seven stolen motorcycles and one jeep were recovered from them. The arrested gang members have been identified as Raja (19) of Raghunath Colony on Chandigarh Road and Beant Singh (42), alias Vicky, of Guru Nanak Colony, Dhandari Kalan in Ludhiana. Raja is a labourer in a hosiery unit and Beant runs an auto-rickshaw. In a press note, the police claimed that the arrested thieves admitted during the interrogation that they used to steal bikes by using duplicate keys. For using the stolen bikes themselves, they used to display ‘Press’ or ‘Police’ stickers on the vehicles, the police claimed. According to the police, Raja had stolen bikes from the Sahnewal and Salem Tabri areas, while Beant had stolen bikes from Delhi Road, Giaspura, Ludhiana. A case was registered against the duo at the Jamalpur police station here. Jalandhar man arrested with 35-gm heroin Tribune News Service Ludhiana, October 2 A team of Anti-Narcotics Cell arrested a man and recovered 35 gram of heroin from him. A case under Sections 21B, 61 and 85 of NDPS Act was registered against Mandeep Lal, alias Kala, resident of Jalandhar district, at the Laddowal police station on Friday. The police alleged that Mandeep Lal had purchased the heroin from an unknown person at Noormahal at a cost of Rs 2,600 per gram for further selling it to the customers at higher rates. Inspector Rajesh Kumar, in-charge of the cell, said Mandeep Lal was arrested near the Ladhowal toll plaza, Ludhiana. He could not show the documents of the motorcycle he was riding. The bike has also been impounded. Mandeep Lal was earlier also arrested in a case of drug peddling, the police said. Governor Banwarilal Purohit launches the cow protection awareness campaign at Hambran in Ludhiana. HIMANSHU MAHAJAN Awareness drive on cow protection launched Tribune News Service Ludhiana, October 2 Punjab Governor Banwarilal Purohit on Saturday launched a cow protection awareness campaign besides inaugurating Dandi Swami Gau Lok Dham Part-II at the Panj Peer road in Hambran, here. Accompanied by Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs Minister DANIEL CRAIG TO GET A STAR ON HOLLYWOOD WALK OF FAME The web show is said to revolve around the story of Suraj and Saanjh, who are stuck together in lockdown. 2 thieves held, 8 stolen vehicles recovered Tribune News Service PAGE 3 Bharat Bhushan Ashu, MLAs Surinder Dawar, Sanjay Talwar and Kuldeep Singh Vaid, Chief Secretary Anirudh Tiwari, Punjab Gau Sewa Commission Chairman Sachin Sharma, Mayor Balkar Singh Sandhu, Deputy Commissioner Varinder Kumar Sharma and Commissioner of Police Gurpreet Singh Bhullar, Continued on page 2 SUNSET SUNDAY 6:09 PM Govt dispensary burgled in Lohara, medicine kits, computer stolen Tribune News Service Ludhiana, October 2 The Daba police have booked an unidentified person for a theft that took place at the government dispensary in Lohara. According to dispensary staff, the thief broke the door locks of the dispensary and stole 15 Fateh kits, seven medicine kits, a computer and its accessories, printer and scrap items from the Health and Wellness Centre in Lohara. Community Health Officer Kuljit Kaur stated that all employees had gone home after locking the dispensary on September 29. She said when the staff reached the dispensary in the morning on September 30, they found the locks of doors broken. When they checked inside the dispensary rooms, various items were missing. Investigating officer Paramjit Singh said the dispensary staff said an unidentified person had entered the dispensary after jumping its boundary wall. The investigation is underway to trace the thief, he said. c m y b PAGE 4 No Time to Die actor will be honoured with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame during a ceremony on October 6. SUNRISE MONDAY 6:21 AM SUNDAY | 3 OCTOBER 2021 | LUDHIANA 3 test positive in dist Tribune News Service Ludhiana, October 2 Three fresh cases of Covid-19 were reported in the past 24 hours in the district. Of them, two patients had visited OPD and one patient is yet to be traced. Now, there are 10 active cases in the district. A total of 25,25,071 samples have been taken, of which 24,25,849 samples were found negative. The total number of confirmed Covid cases belonging to Ludhiana is 87,543, while 11,679 to other districts or states. According to the Civil Surgeon Office, Ludhiana, 2,102 patients of Ludhiana district and 1,051 patients of other districts or states COVID-19 FIGURES SAMPLES POSITIVE ACTIVE DEATHS 25,25,071 87,543 10 3 2,102 have died of virus till date. As many as 7,760 samples of suspected patients were sent for testing today and their results are expected shortly. Deputy Commissioner Varinder Kumar Sharma has appealed to the residents to adhere to all safety protocols like wearing masks, maintaining social distance and washing hands frequently of the Punjab Government to not only save themselves but keep everyone around safe. Man stabbed for refusing to eat ‘shraadh’ food, one booked Tribune News Service Ludhiana, October 2 A man was stabbed at Chandar Nagar, Haibowal, for allegedly refusing to consume food that was prepared for “shraadh”. The Haibowal police on Friday booked a man, Jaswant Singh, of the same area in the alleged attempt-to-murder case. In a complaint to the police, Ashwani Kumar Sharma of Chandar Nagar alleged that Jaswant Singh attacked his son, Anish Kumar, with a sharp-edged weapon on September 29. Anish Kumar is undergoing treatment at a hospital here. He alleged that Anish was sitting at a cycle shop. Jaswant Singh brought food prepared for “shraadh” there. “Jaswant Singh asked Anish to consume “langar”, but Anish refused to take it. Thereafter, Jaswant started abusing my son and attacked him with a sharp-edged weapon,” he alleged. A case under Sections 307, 323, 324, 341 and 506 of the IPC has been registered against Jaswant Singh at the Haibowal police station. ASI Dilwarg Singh is investigating the case. POWER SHUTDOWN LUDHIANA 9 am to 1 pm: Ghumar Mandi, PAU, Shahi Mohalla, College Road, Maharani Jhansi Road, Maharaj Nagar, Gobind Nagar, Sant Nagar, Mall Road, Cemetery Road, Bindraban Road, Dandi Swami Road, Rakh Bag, Club Road, Ram Nagar, Kailash Chowk, Pakhowal Road, Sant Isher Singh Nagar, Sargodha Colony, Model Gram, Partap Colony, Shakti Nagar, Feroz Gandhi Market, Gurunank Pura, Deep Nagar, Civil Lines area, Guru Nanak Stadium Road, Malhar Road, Sarabha Nagar and area around these locations.
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