24092022-JTR-01.qxd 9/24/2022 12:11 AM Page 1 c m y b Jalandhar TRIBUNE GOVT SCHOOL IN MAND VILLAGE SHINES IN PUNJAB GAMES The remote Mand area of the dist has created waves in recently concluded Khedan Vatan Punjab Dean. FORECAST PARTLY CLOUDY SKY INBRIEF EIGHT POS FALL IN POLICE NET Phagwara: The Nakodar sadar police have arrested eight proclaimed offenders, including a woman, who had been absconding for the past several months. Nakodar DSP Harjindar Singh said the accused have been identified as Paramjit, Kamal Kumar, Gurprit Singh, Pawan Kumar, Prince Gill, Lakhbir, Akash Deep and Nirmal Singh. The accused have been wanted in different cases. OC MAN HELD WITH ILLICIT LIQUOR Phagwara: The Lohian Khas police have held a villager on the charge of selling illicit liquor. Investigating officer Balwindar Singh said as many as 50 bottles of illicit liquor were seized from the possession of the accused, who has been identified as Prem Singh. A case has been registered against the accused under the Punjab Excise Act. OC PAGE 2 RIVERDALE ACTOR GETS LIFE SENTENCE FOR KILLING MOTHER Phillaur: The Bilga police have booked Akashdeep Singh, a resident of Burj Hassan, on the charge of illegal sand mining. Mining Inspector Bist Doab division, Jalandhar, told the police that the accused was involved in the illegal quarrying of sand. He was intercepted on the Burj Hassan-Dhangara road, and but he managed to flee, leaving his tractor trolly. Investigating officer Satpal said a case has been registered against the accused under the Punjab Mining Act and Section 379 of the IPC. His vehicle has also been impounded. OC THREE ARRESTED UNDER NDPS ACT Phillaur: The Goraya police have arrested three drug smugglers and recovered 6 gm of heroin and drugs money to the tune of Rs 1,04,300 from their possession. Sarabjit Singh Bahia, SP, Investigation, said the arrested accused were identified as Amarjit Kaur, Sonu Kumar and Gurbax Singh. Bahia said the two accused were nabbed while purchasing heroin from the third woman accused near the Dallewal Chowk in Goraya last night. A case has been registered under the NDPS Act. OC MAN MISSING, CASE REGISTERED Nakodar: A 60-year-old man has been missing for the past four days. Investigating officer Chaman Lal said the missing person is Tarsem Singh, a resident of Chuharr. The IO said that the victim went from his house for work on September 19 but did not return home and a missing report has been registered. OC TWO NABBED FOR SNATCHING PHONE Nakodar: The city police have arrested two miscreants on the charge of snatching a phone from a woman. Investigating officer Rajindar Kumar said the accused have been identified as Baljit Kumar and Rannjit, both residents of Bhadma, Shahkot. Archana, a resident of Mehatpur told the police that the accused had snatched her phone on September 21. The IO said a case has been registered against the accused under Section 379-B, 411 and 34 of the IPC. OC ACTRESS MANCHU TO HOST NEW SEASON OF CHEF MANTRA Ryan Grantham has been sentenced to life in prison, after pleading guilty to murdering his mother in March 2020. MAX 31°C | MIN 22°C | YESTERDAY MAX 30°C | MIN 22°C SUNSET SATURDAY 6:22 PM PAGE 4 Actress, producer, writer, director and philanthropist Lakshmi Manchu turns host for Chef Mantra Season 2. SUNRISE SUNDAY 6:17 AM SATURDAY | 24 SEPTEMBER 2022 | JALANDHAR 15-year-old Hoshiarpur girl makes it to Punjab U-19 cricket team got trained at the Hoshiarpur District Cricket Association’s (HDCA) centre. Surbhi’s father, Sanjay Narayan, told Jalandhar Tribune, “ Around four years ago, I took her to a stadium for motivating her to start playing badminton, but she didn’t show interest in it. Then I took her to the HDCA training centre and she immediately agreed to play cricket. She was the only girl at the centre at that time. Since that day she has been playing with dedication and we are sure that she will make it to the national level,” said Sanjay. Surbhi has been working under the supervision of Davinder Kaur for the last three years. Surbhi’s coach Davinder Kaur expressed happiness over her selection in the Punjab team and said she was proud that she had made her place in the team. Surbhi is a student of Woodland Overseas School. Mandeep Singh, MD, Woodland Overseas School, said the way Surbhi brought laurels to her school was magnificent. She would be honoured after she returns to Hoshiarpur. MLA apologises, PCMSA sticks to demand of FIR against vandals Incident exposed AAP’s real face, says BJP leader 4.23 lakh MT of paddy expected in Hoshiarpur Tribune News Service BOOK ANGURAL: KALIA Our Correspondent Docs assured of formal apology by Rajan Angural in 72 hours Jalandhar, September 23 The incident of misbehaviour with now transferred DCP Naresh Dogra by AAP leaders and then forcing Civil Hospital women staff members to prepare a medicolegal report in their favour has exposed the real face of Aam Aadmi Party, said BJP leader Nimisha Mehta. She said the DCP-rank officer was firstly manhandled and then when another DCP rank officer came to rescue him. “Even then the senior police officers were badly abused by AAP leaders and video regarding the incident has gone viral on social media and the public has seen it all. Despite the videos getting viral on social media the CM, who unfortunately also happens to be head of police department being the Home Minister of Punjab, seems to have totally turned a deaf ear to this shameful act of his partymen”, said the Doaba-based leader. Nimisha Mehta said the shifting of DCP Dogra to PAP Former Cabinet Minister and BJP leader Manoranjan Kalia today demanded a criminal case against Rajan Angural along with those who accompanied him to the Civil Hospital and misbehaved with Dr Harveen Kaur and medical staff and caused damage to the government property. Hoshiarpur, September 23 During a meeting held with the officials of various departments today, Deputy Commissioner Sandeep Hans said 4.23 lakh metric tons of paddy is expected to arrive in the markets of the district this season. Taking stock of the advance preparations for the upcoming paddy season, DC directed the concerned officials to ensure timely procurement of the produce, so that the procurement could be conducted smoothly. The paddy will be purchased by various procurement agencies and traders in different mandis. He said there were a total of 69 mandis in the district, which include 64 permanent yards and 5 temporary yards, declared by the Mandi Board and a total of 47 shellers in the district, which were being allotted. The linking of the mandis with the shellers will be done through the online portal. Sanjiv Bakshi Hoshiarpur, September 23 Surbhi, a 15-year-old budding cricketer, has been selected in the U-19 Punjab cricket team. She is the first girl from Hoshiarpur who has made it to the BCCI’s national tournament. She reached Chandigarh today and would leave for Ranchi tomorrow. The MAKING WAVES ■ Surbhi is training under the supervision of district coach Davinder Kaur for the last three years. Kaur also expressed her happiness over her selection in the Punjab team. ■ Surbhi’s father, Sanjay Narayan, said: “I took her to the training centre and she agreed to play cricket. She was the only girl at the centre at that time. After that day she’s playing with dedication Surbhi (L) with her coach Davinder Kaur. and we are sure that she will make it to national level.” team will be playing three practice matches with the Jharkhand team before par- ticipating in the U-19 women’s BCCI tournament starting from October 1 in MISBEHAVIOUR WITH WOMAN DOCTOR Aparna Banerji Tribune News Service ONE BOOKED FOR ILLEGAL MINING PAGE 2 Jalandhar, September 23 A day after vandalism at the Civil Hospital reportedly by MLA Sheetal Angural’s brother Rajan Angural and his supporters, MLA Raman Arora tendered an apology to doctors on behalf of Rajan Angural. However, the PCMS Association (PCMSA) in Jalandhar reiterated its stance seeking an FIR against “miscreants” who vandalised the hospital premises on Monday. Doctors sought an FIR against Rajan and a written apology from him, even after MLA Raman Arora’s apology to doctors. They further declared that if a written apology isn’t received until Tuesday they will shut down all medical services in the district. Doctors hold a protest at Civil Hospital in Jalandhar. TRIBUNE PHOTO In response to the PCMSA Jalandhar’s stance on the issue, MLA Raman Arora has sought 72 hours providing assurance that Rajan Angural will personally apologise to Dr Harveen by visiting the hospital on Tuesday morning. MLA Raman Arora held a meeting with doctors at the office of the MS Civil Hospital, Jalandhar and doctors impacted by yesterday’s incidents. The meeting was attended by MS Rajeev Sharma, Jalandhar, AAP MLA Raman Arora, Dr Harveen Kaur, the doctor on duty when Angural’s supporters entered the hospital yesterday, and PCMSA, Jalandhar unit, lead by Dr Vaninder Riar. MLA Raman Arora tendered apology on behalf of the miscreants and urged the affected doctor and the PCMSA to ~2K-crore fine could have been avoided, says Sant Seechewal Tribune News Service Jalandhar, September 28 Environmentalist and Rajya Sabha member Balbir Singh Seechewal on Frifay held a meeting with Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann in Chandigarh on the issue of the depleting water resources of the state. Holds meeting with CM on depleting water resources in the state During the meeting, Sant Seechewal said Punjab is passing through a very critical phase in terms of environment. Its water has become polluted and poisonous. We all need to work together to make the rivers of Punjab pollution free so that the future of our coming generations can be secured. During the meeting, Sant Seechewal discussed with the Chief Minister about the contaminated underground water including Holy Bein, Chitti Bein, Budha Darya, Kala Sanghya Drain. He said that the rivers and streams of Punjab were getting polluted as the administrative officers had not performed their duty. He appealed to the Chief Minister that the responsibility of the officers should be fixed. Seechewal is a member of the monitoring committee constituted by the NGT and continued on page 2 c m y b Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh. Surbhi started playing cricket three years ago and withdraw their complaint. Earlier, the doctors started the day with protests at the Civil Hospital, but these were called off for the time being, after Arora’s apology. The affected doctor and the PCMSA issued a statement saying, “The affected doctor and the PCMSA has refused to buckle under any kind of pressure and had decided not to withdraw their complaint. On the contrary, PCMSA has strongly demanded that the FIR be filed at the earliest.” Emergency Medical Officer Dr Harveen Kaur said, “Around 20 to 50 people barged into the emergency on the night of September 21 and sought medico legal reports (MLRs) to be filed by us. I was threatened that I would be suspended by morning if I don’t comply. The main threats were made by Rajan Angural. But we stuck to the procedure continued on page 2 is very much a proof that even senior police officers are being suppressed and denied justice in AAP government. BJP leader Nimisha Mehta said: “It’s shameful the civil hospital staff had to call the police in order to save themselves from the so called ‘Samaj sewaks’ of AAP who , also damaged the property of civil hospital to scare the women staff members and no action has been taken against these people. It’s embarrassing that despite the videos of these acts getting viral on social media , the civil hospital staff had to sit on a dharna to get action initiated against the gundaism with women staff members in middle of of the night by AAP leaders,” she said.
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