25092022-TT-01.qxd 9/24/2022 11:09 PM Page 1 123 CHANDIGARH | GURUGRAM | JALANDHAR | BATHINDA | VOL. 142 NO. 265 | 18 PAGES | ~7.00 | REGD. NO. CHD/0006/2021-2023 ESTABLISHED IN 1881 HIMACHAL PRADESH FEDERER SIGNS OFF AFTER FAREWELL GAME AT LAVER CUP SPORT /thetribunechd ULTRAS OPEN FIRE ON 2 MIGRANT WORKERS IN PULWAMA J&K PARENTS MUST GUIDE WOMAN EXCLUDED FROM THEIR CHILDREN LIVING NRC, SC ISSUES NOTICE ABROAD SPECTRUM TO GOVT BACK PAGE sunday | 25 september 2022 /thetribunechd www.tribuneindia.com Punjab Guv shows the rulebook to CM Mann, cites Articles 167, 168 Subsequently, AAP govt lists legislative business for Sept 27 session Vishav Bharti Tribune News Service 4th arrest, Army man held from Arunachal: DGP Mohali, September 24 The Punjab Police on Saturday arrested an Army man posted in Arunachal Pradesh in the Chandigarh University case, said Director General of Police (DGP) Gaurav Yadav. CHANDIGARH UNIVERSITY VIDEO ‘LEAK’ This is the fourth arrest in the case in which it was alleged that a hostel inmate recorded several objectionable videos of girl students in the common washroom. The accused has been identified as Sanjeev Singh of Jammu who is suspected to be blackmailing the accused girl student. Yadav said based on forensic and digital evidence, the Mohali police was dispatched to Arunachal Pradesh to arrest Sanjeev. continued on page 7 Chandigarh, September 24 After the AAP government’s fresh attack for seeking details of the legislative business to call a special Assembly session, Punjab Governor Banwarilal Purohit today sought to “remind” Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann of his duties and said his “legal advisers were not briefing him adequately”. The row between the Raj Bhavan and the government had escalated on Friday after the Governor sought a list of the legislative business to be taken up in the proposed Assembly session on September 27, evoking a strong reaction from Mann, who said it was “too much”. PUNJAB CM ILL-ADVISED ❝ WORKING AT BJP’S BEHEST ❝ Perhaps you are too much No Governor did it. He’s doing angry with me…. your legal so as he is working at the BJP’s advisers are not briefing you behest to implement ‘Op Lotus’. Harpal Cheema, MINISTER adequately. Banwarilal Purohit, GUV ABOUT THE ARTICLES 167 & 168 ARTICLE 167 IT SHALL BE THE DUTY OF THE CM TO: state’s affairs, proposals for legislation as the Governor may call for (a) Communicate to the Governor (c) If the Governor so requires, all decisions of the Council of submit for the Council of MinisMinisters relating to state’s ter’s consideration any decision affairs & proposals for legislation taken by a minister but not considered by the council (b) Furnish information relating to In a statement, the Governor quoted Articles 167 and 168, as per which, “it is the duty of the Chief Minister to furnish information to the Governor”. Addressing the Chief Minister in the statement, Purohit said, “After reading your statements in today’s newspapers, it appears to me that perhaps you are ‘too much’ angry ARTICLE 168 CONSTITUTION OF THE LEGISLATURES IN STATES: For every state, there shall be a legislature, which shall consist of the Governor, and: In states of…two houses; In other states, one house with me…. I think your legal advisers are not briefing you adequately. Perhaps your opinion about me will definitely change after reading continued on page 7 People at the venue of PM’s rally in Mandi amid heavy rain. JAI KUMAR HP has made up mind to re-elect BJP govt: PM Modi Mandi, September 24 The voters of Himachal Pradesh have made up their mind to re-elect the BJP government in the state as their counterparts in Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand had done a few months ago, PM Narendra Modi said on Saturday. The PM addressed a rally organised by the HP Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM) at Padal Ground in Mandi via video-conferencing as he could not reach the GOOD GOVERNANCE ❝ Voters in Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand re-elected the BJP government, which shows their faith in its good governance. Now, it is Himachal’s turn. Narendra Modi, PM venue by helicopter due to inclement weather. “Earlier, the voters in Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand followed the continued on page 7 Body found, BJP expels father of Ankita murder accused U’khand Govt on backfoot after public outrage | FB friend says victim was being forced into prostitution An illegal resort of accused demolished by authorities at Pauri Garhwal. PTI New Delhi, September 24 With public anger mounting over the murder of 19-yearold Uttarakhand resident Ankita Bhandari, the BJP expelled prime accused Pulkit Arya’s father Vinod Arya and brother Ankit Arya from the party while municipal authorities razed Pulkit’s resort where the victim worked as a receptionist. The body of Ankita, who was working as a receptionist and went missing on September 18, was recovered from a canal in Rishikesh with DGP Ashok Kumar citing the victim’s chats to say she was allegedly murdered for refusing “special services” to guests at Vanantara resort located in Pauri’s Yamkeshwar block. Vinod Arya is a former minister and member of the BJP OBC Morcha’s national executive while Ankit held MoS rank as the state OBC welfare cell’s vice-chairman. The police had on Friday continued on page 7 IN BRIEF It's Gehlot vs Tharoor for Cong prez post NEW DELHI: Congress’ Tharoor on Saturday declared his bid for party president post, making official a high-stake battle with Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot. TNS Incessant rain pushes farmers to the brink BATHINDA: With paddy ready for harvesting, interminable rain has left farmers worried. The rain will adversely affect paddy and cotton yield, say experts. TNS Crackdown on child porn, 59 sites raided NEW DELHI: The CBI carried out searches at 59 locations across 21 states and a UT in an internationally coordinated crackdown on online circulation of child sexual abuse material. Officials said more than 50 suspects in the country were under CBI scanner. BACK PAGE
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