25062022-CT-01.qxd 6/25/2022 1:09 AM Page 1 c m y b Chandigarh TRIBUNE SATURDAY | 25 JUNE 2022 | CHANDIGARH PAGE 3 13 CHB SERVICES SET TO GO ONLINE FROM JULY 1 Housing Board decides not to accept physical applications for the 13 services available online from July 1. MAINLY CLEAR SKY TRICITY COVID REPORT CHD P’KULA MOHALI POSITIVE 93,378 44,863 96,546 RECOVERED 91,755 44,278 95,152 NEW CASES 96 55 39 ACTIVE 458 170 243 CHANGE 41 1 6 DEATHS 1,165 414 1,151 NEW 0 0 1 AIR QUALITY INDEX 130 PANCHKULA 102 MOHALI 103 SEVERE VERY POOR POOR MODERATE SATISFACTORY GOOD INBRIEF ONE BOOKED FOR FRAUD Chandigarh: A resident of Patiala has been booked for duping a man of ~35 lakh. The complainant, Surinder Kumar, a resident of Sector 32, alleged that Varinder Shukla of Patiala allegedly took ~35 lakh from him on the pretext of sending him abroad but he neither fulfilled his commitment nor returned the money. A case has been registered at the Sector 34 police station. TNS MAN HELD WITH BANNED VIALS Chandigarh: The police have arrested Bablu of Sector 25, with 15 banned injections. He was arrested in the same sector. A case has been registered against him at the Sector 11 police station. TNS SUNSET SATURDAY 7:28 PM Amit Sharma SIPPY MURDER CASE WHO ARE THEY GF1 Daughter of an industrialist in Mohali with whom Sippy was planning to get married A college friend who had separated from her husband Met Sippy through his cousin and later shifted to Chandigarh for studies An advocate who came in contact with Sippy in 2013 A divorcee with whom Sippy became friends She was based in the UK GF2 GF3 GF4 GF5 GF6 OBJECTIONABLE PICS On November 27, 2014, Sippy requested his girlfriend, based in the UK, to forward the objectionable pictures with a caption to Kalyani’s parents and her friends. She even sent the screenshots to Sippy to confirm the delivery of the pictures. They visited the college for two consecutive days. During these meetings, Sippy’s girlfriend No. 2 observed that he was confused between Kalyani and girlfriend No. 1. Kalyani was upset with Sippy for this reason and wanted to break up with him. Then there was girlfriend No. 3 whom Sippy had met through one of his cousins at Punjabi University, Patiala. Both became friends through continued on page 5 PAGE 3 A 14-member team of the National Passenger Amenities Committee visits Chandigarh railway station. SUNRISE SUNDAY 5:23 AM Sippy’s 6 girlfriends figured in probe, CBI ruled out their role Tribune News Service CHANDIGARH 401-500 301-400 201-300 101-200 51-100 0-50 PGI will provide free treatment to pregnant women, sick newborns and infants under a Central scheme. MAX 39°C | MIN 25°C | YESTERDAY MAX 38°C | MIN 24.3°C Chandigarh, June 24 During investigation into the murder of national-level shooter and advocate Sukhmanpreet Singh Sidhu, aka Sippy Sidhu, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) questioned Sippy’s six girlfriends at length and recorded their statements. However, the bureau ruled out their role in the murder. The girlfriend No. 1 was the daughter of an industrialist of Mohali, whom Sippy was planning to marry. Her parents agreed to their marriage, but it was delayed by Sippy’s mother. Kalyani was aware about Sippy’s affair with this girl and had objected to their relationship. Kalyani had also warned the girl through messages, asking her to stay away from Sippy. Sippy, along with his girlfriend No. 1, had watched a movie at North Country Mall, Mohali, a few hours before his murder. Another girl whose name figured during the CBI probe was a college friend of Sippy (girlfriend No. 2). She had come in contact with Sippy during the college days in 2002. In 2004, she got married to a resident of Delhi. However, the marriage didn’t last long and she separated from her husband. In 2013-14, Sippy approached her and again started a relationship, says the CBI. She was on good terms with Sippy’s family and had stayed at his house in November 2014. Sippy took her to the college in Sector 36 where Kalyani used to work, to convince Kalyani about his commitment towards her. UPGRADE CCTVs AT RLY STATION, ORDERS AMENITIES PANEL CHIEF TWITTER/THETRIBUNECHD FACEBOOK/CHANDIGARHTRIBUNE Cyclist hit by car near Hallo Majra, suffers injuries CHANDIGARH: A cyclist, Vinod Kumar, was injured when a car, reportedly driven by Uday Sharma, a resident of Kurali, hit him near the Hallo Majra light point. His friend Ram Milan Yadav lodged a complaint with the police. He was rushed to the GMCH. — TNS Parties on three days raised CBI suspicion Amit Sharma Tribune News Service Chandigarh, June 24 Kalyani’s family had attended evening parties on three consecutive days till September 20, when Sukhmanpreet Singh Sidhu, aka Sippy Sidhu, was shot dead. Sippy had visited the park in Sector 27 on these three evenings. This alibi of Kalyani raised the CBI’s suspicion. On September 18, Kalyani’s parents visited the house of an advocate in Mohali for a dinner. They attended a party on September 19. On the fateful day of September 20, a Sector 10 resident had invited his relatives, including Kalyani’s family, for a dinner to celebrate his wife’s birthday. Several families attended the party. Interestingly, the Sector 10 resident didn’t invite his real brother and his family residing in the adjoining house. It was claimed that Kalyani and her family reached there at 8.15 pm and stayed there up to 11 pm. The CBI has stated that Kalyani’s family attending three evening functions is quite unusual in reference to the visits of Sippy to Sector 19, Sector 27 and Sector 16, during the three days. On September 18, Sippy visited the Sector 27 park at 9:06 pm. At 9.45 pm his mobile location was his house in Mohali. FILE PHOTO FORECAST PAGE 3 AT PGI, FREE TREATMENT FOR PREGNANT WOMEN, INFANTS PARTIES ON CONSECUTIVE DAYS SEPT 18 Kalyani’s family attended a dinner at a friend’s house SEPT 19 Were present at another function in the evening SEPT 20 Attended a dinner at a relative’s house in Sector 10 WHAT CBI OBSERVED On September 20, the Sector 10 resident didn’t invite his real brother and his family residing in the adjoining house for the party, while several other relatives, including Kalyani’s family, were extended an invite. The following day, Sippy’s location was in Sector 27, Sector 19 and Sector 16 from 6:32 pm to 9:03 pm. Thereafter, he returned home. Sippy was shot dead in the park around 9.30 pm on September 20. Four bullets were fired from a .12-bore shotgun. www.healinghospital.co.in Mohali dist sees second Covid death in 12 days SUPER-SPECIALITY HOSPITAL FORGET KNEE REPLACEMENT CHOOSE FT-3D KNEE RESURFACING FT- 3D MAPPING & AI ASSISTED KNEE JOINT RESURFACING EXCLUSIVELY AT HEALING HOSPITAL FILE PHOTO Tribune News Service Mohali, June 24 The district today witnessed the second death due to Covid in 12 days, taking the number of deaths to 1,151. A 51-year-old man of Samgoli village, near Dera Bassi, died at a private hospital here. He had co-morbid conditions. A person had succumbed to the virus in the district on June 13. Meanwhile, 39 fresh cases were reported during the past 24 hours, taking the number of positive cases to 96,546. Thirty-two patients recovered from the disease. A total of 95,152 patients have been cured. There are 243 active cases. A total of 20,63,334 beneficiaries in the district have been inoculated to date. As many as 11,50,624 people have been given the first dose, whereas 8,68,647 people have been jabbed with the second dose. BENEFITS OF FT-3D TECHNIQUE 96 CASES IN UT Assisted Walk in 3-4 Hours Less Blood Loss Least Surgical Time (15-20 Mins) No Epidural injection in Back Suture-Less Method Home-care Physio Sessions Chandigarh: The city witnessed 96 fresh cases of Covid on Friday, taking the active caseload to 458. While there was no fresh fatality, 55 more patients recovered from the deadly disease. The virus has claimed 1,165 lives in the city so far. TNS 55 INFECTED IN P’KULA Climb Stairs 3rd Day Reduced Chances Of Infection Minimum Hospital Stay No Drainage Pipes No ICU Stay No Physical Followup IN FT-3D KNEE RESURFACING, THIGH BONE (FEMUR) MEDULLARY CANAL IS NOT OPENED & ROD IS NOT INSERTED IN IT, AS IN TRADITIONAL KNEE REPLACEMENT. Panchkula: Fiftyfive cases of Covid were reported during the past 24 hours, taking the number of cases to 44,863 in the district. No death due to the virus was reported. As many as 44,278 patients have been cured of the disease. There are 170 active cases in the district. TNS BREAK THROUGH CASES Veena Narula Sunil Sethi I am Veena Narula from Ludhiana. I am 70 years old. Af ter watching FT 3D Knee Resur facing patient video, I decided to go for it. I star ted walking with walker on nex t day of surgery. Apart from this, 44,063 beneficiaries have been given the booster dose or third dose. The Civil Surgeon, Dr Adarshpal Kaur, said a total of 79,924 beneficiaries, aged between 15 and 17 years, had been jabbed till Friday. Girdhari Lal Sharma Ut trakhand Ludhiana, Punjab Himachal Pradesh My name is Sunil Sethi from Uttarakhand. When Dr. TS Gill told me about FT 3D Knee Resurfacing, I became confident & decided to go for the operation. It was my best decision. 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