22052022-CT-01.qxd 5/22/2022 12:45 AM Page 1 c m y b Chandigarh TRIBUNE SUNDAY | 22 MAY 2022 | CHANDIGARH CAUGHT NAPPING, HEALTH CENTRE STAFF TO BE SHIFTED In a surprise visit, UT Health Secretary finds health and wellness centre staff not performing their duty properly. INSIDE CHAOS ON MOHALI ROADS AS DAIRY FARMERS STAGE PROTEST Dairy farmers from across Punjab stage sit-in to press for their demands at the Verka Milk Plant in Phase 6. c m y b INSIDE TWO YRS ON, CITY RESIDENTS AWAIT SOLAR PLANT SUBSIDY Even after over two years, many city residents have not received subsidy for installation of rooftop solar plants. INSIDE
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