05062022-JTR-01.qxd 6/4/2022 11:48 PM Page 1 c m y b Jalandhar TRIBUNE 800 STUDENTS GET DEGREES AT KMV’S ANNUAL CONVOCATION PAGE 2 JASMIN TO START SHOOTING FOR HER DEBUT BOLLYWOOD FILM The chief guest of the event Dr BS Ponmudiraj, Advisor, NAAC, was given floral felicitations on the occasion. MAINLY CLEAR SKY INBRIEF POPE’S ENVOY TO VISIT JALANDHAR Jalandhar: Leaders from various social sectors belonging to the Catholic community of Christians will meet at the Desh Bhagat Memorial Hall (Gadar Party Martyr’s Memorial) in Jalandhar to welcome the proposed visit of the Pope’’s envoy to India Archbishop Leopoldo Girelli to Jalandhar. There will be a discussion on burning issues and the growing commercial interest in missionary charity work. Former sarpanch Younas Peter, convener of the Catholic Union, said the Christian community, like other minorities, faces external and internal threats. TNS BIZMEN SLAM GST ‘INSPECTIONS’ Jalandhar: Traders condemned the ‘inspections’ that are allegedly being carried out by officials for the last few days. Under the banner of Traders’ Forum, industrialists met on Friday and held a discussion. Ravinder Dhir, an industrialists, said GST Department officials were conducting inspections and raids, which are not happening for quite some time now. “Years have passed since such inspections were last carried out, but now these have started again. Surveys are being conducted these days and it seems we will be their target,” he said. Dhir said before coming to power, the state government had promised that there would be no “afsar-shahi” and manufacturers and traders would be able to take their own decisions. “Where is the promise? Unit owners are being harassed. They (officials) ask for records, stock, etc. They can also keep the record, which is not acceptable at all,” the industrialists said. TNS MAX 44°C | MIN 25°C | YESTERDAY MAX 44°C | MIN 24°C SUNSET SUNDAY 7:29 PM PAGE 4 The producer talks about Depp’s win and how this might help men suffering domestic violence in fear of being judged. SUNRISE MONDAY 5:23 AM SUNDAY | 5 JUNE 2022 | JALANDHAR 8 months after Capt’s exit, GoG scheme runs out of steam Tribune News Service Jalandhar, June 4 Even though it has been nearly eight months since Capt Amarinder Singh stepped down as the Chief Minister of Punjab, a network of 5,000 ex-servicemen across Punjab which he set up as a part of his flagship Guardians of Governance (GoG) scheme is still operational. The functioning of GoG, which is now under Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann, however, does not remain as effective. The daily reporting remains affected as the GoG software application that had been started for quick reporting to gather ground report seldom works. The reports of ongoing works at the village ❝ I have nearly 260 GoGs functioning under me. We have a good network of sincere exservicemen keeping their eyes and ears open all across the district. We are seeking a more pro-active role from the government, especially since it is now going ahead to set up new mohalla clinics. ❞ Maj Gen Balwinder Singh (retd), DISTRICT HEAD OF GOG level which were directed to the SDMs concerned and Deputy Commissioners are now not being opened for subsequent action. The meetings, which used to be convened by then GoG head Lieut Gen TS Shergill (retd), who too had to quit post Capt Amarinder’s resignation in September, are also now not being convened. Even the district-level meetings, which the DCs used to hold, have not been held ever since, said some Jalandharbased GoGs. The Punjab GoG is now headed by Brig Man kills wife four days after she delivered son Detained by police |Suspected her of infidelity ❝A case is yet to be registered, but the Tribune News Service Kapurthala, June 4 A man suffocated his wife to death four days after she delivered a baby boy in the gynaecology ward of the Civil Hospital here this morning. Manjit Singh, a resident of Kesarpur village falling in Kapurthala Sadar area, killed his 24-year-old wife Balwinder Kaur using a pillow in the ward while she was resting. The crime was captured on the CCTV of the hospital and the accused was immediately detained by the police. The elder son of the couple, who too accused has been detained. The man suspected his wife of being in a relationship with someone and finding a suitable situation, he murdered her ❞ Surinder Singh, DSP, KAPURTHALA was lying on the floor during the incident at 6 am, too saw his father killing his mother. The man pressed a pillow on the face of his wife twice to ensure her death and then tried to leave. But since he was noticed, he was apprehended. The accused used to till agricultural land and owned some dairy animals. It was on June 1 that the deceased delivered a baby by C-section. The couple had a love marriage, but the man now suspected her of infidelity. DSP Kapurthala, Surinder , Singh said a case was yet to be registered, but the accused had been detained. “The man suspected his wife of being in a relationship with someone and finding a suitable situation, he murdered her,” he said. Harbir Singh (retd). The GoGs, however, continue to get the monthly honorarium, have office spaces in government buildings, staff and other provisions. The monthly honorarium that the GoGs are getting is ~11,000 for each jawan, Tribune News Service Harekrishna Mahto talent intelligence platform had recruited LPU B.Tech CSE 2022 passing out batch student, Arjun, at Rs 62.72 lakh. Now, LPU has broken its own record, as this pack- age is 1.5 times higher than the previous years’ highest of Rs 42 lakh for a fresher. Setting another benchmark, 8400-plus placement/internship offers have been extended to LPU students of various programmes of the 2022 batch, even months before their final exams. This year, 1190plus companies reached the LPU campus to recruit its students, which is again another record for the number of companies visiting a university campus for recruitment. Most of the top students got a package of Rs 10 lakh to 48 lakh in top international companies including Amazon, Google, VMware, Lowe’s, Infineon, Target, Bajaj Fineserv, What fix, ZS Associates, Zscaler, Practo, Palo Alto etc. Marquee recruiters like Cognizant recruited 670+ students, Capgemini recruited 310+ students, Wipro recruited 310+, MPhasis recruited 210+, and Accenture recruited 150+ and Lead Squared among others at dif- c m y b ~13,000 for supervisor, ~25,000 for tehsil heads and ~50,000 for the district heads. Maj Gen Balwinder Singh (retd), who is district head of GoG, said, “I have nearly 260 GoGs functioning under me. We have a good network of sincere ex-servicemen keeping their eyes and ears open all across the district. We are seeking a more pro-active role from the government, especially since it is now going ahead to set up new mohalla clinics.” Special Chief Secretary Kripa Shankar Saroj said, “The GoGs report directly to the CM. On my part, I have suggested that we must take advantage of the already setup network of a team of dedicated men across the state.” 45 days on, 2 key accused still at large Tribune News Service Jalandhar, June 4 Over one-and-a-half months after the Gopal Nagar firing incident (April 14), the police are yet to arrest two main accused. The complainant, Himanshu, alleged that the accused are roaming free in the city, but the police are not arresting them due to political pressure. The police have already arrested four accused in the case, including dreaded gangster Pancham Noor, but two main accused – Puneet Soni, alias Pimpu, and Mirza, who had opened fire — are still absconding. Talking to Jalandhar Tribune, Himanshu said on April 15, five to six youths opened fire on him when he was returning home along with his wife and a three-year-old daughter on his bike. He said the incident occurred near Batra Palace and two fires were heard, following which local residents gathered. He said the police had gathered all the LPU student bags ~64.5L package from Google India Jalandhar, June 4 Lovely Professional University (LPU) has registered one of the highest number of placement offers as well as highest package record in the country for the June 2022 graduating batch. Harekrishna Mahto from LPU (B.Tech CSE) has bagged a record package of ~64.5 lakh from Google India. He will soon be joining the company’s Bengaluru office. Recently, the world’s top AI DEPP’S WIN WILL ENCOURAGE MEN TO SPEAK UP, SAYS PRATEEK Produced by Loneranger and Zee, the film is directed by Manish Chavan, who makes his directorial debut with film. FILE PHOTO FORECAST PAGE 4 ferential packages between 6.75 lakh and 10 lakh. Dr Ashok Mittal, Chancellor LPU, mentions: “LPU has recently tied up with several corporates to offer specialised programmes in engineering, data science, big data, cloud, digital marketing, financial markets, supply chain, HRM, medical sciences and more”. Many LPU alumni are currently placed with top companies of the world including Google, Microsoft, and other Silicon Valley companies at a package of Rs 1 crore. GOPAL NAGAR FIRING The complainant, Himanshu, alleged that the accused are roaming free in the city, but the police are not arresting them due to political pressure evidence against the accused and in the CCTV footage, which is in the possession of the police, it was seen that five to six youths followed him for some distance and then started firing. They then fled in their Honda Amaze car, he added. He said though four of the accused had been arrested recently, two main accused on whose directions Pancham and its gang opened fire on him are still absconding. “Puneet Soni, alias Pimpu, and Mirza are two main accused in the case,” he added. Himanshu further said both the accused were present in the city on Thursday night and they even posted snapchat stories, following which he alerted the police. “By the time, police teams launched a hunt to nab them, they had escaped,” he said. The complainant said Puneet along with members of the Pancham gang opened fire on him to take their revenge against him for a college fight that happened way back in 2012. “I appeal to Jalandhar Police to arrest Puneet Soni and his aides at the earliest as they are not only the main accused in the case but are habitual offenders who had many criminal cases under Sections 307, 323,324, 452, 427, 148 and 149 of the IPC and cases under the Arms Act and the NDPS Act registered against them,” he said. When contacted, DCP (Investigation) Jaskaranjit Singh Teja said police teams had already arrested the dreaded gangster Pancham Noor in the case. Likewise, they have been conducting raids to arrest the other accused. He assured that no one, involved in the crime, would be spared.
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