25092022-LT-01.qxd 9/24/2022 11:39 PM Page 1 c m y b Ludhiana TRIBUNE TRANSPORT NAGAR ROADS CRY FOR ATTENTION PAGE 2 The main entrances to Transport Nagar from the Ludhiana-Delhi road and the link road are in a bad shape. FORECAST CLOUDY SKY SHAMA SIKANDER OPENS UP ON WORKOUT ROUTINE IN A VLOG PAGE 3 In a pretty lavender gym-wear, Shama looked perfect as she started off with cardio and went to heavier exercises. MAX 26°C | MIN 23°C | YESTERDAY MAX 27°C | MIN 24°C SUNSET SUNDAY 6:19 PM CONSTANCE WU ALLEGES SHE WAS SEXUALLY HARASSED PAGE 4 Actress Constance Wu has alleged that she was sexually harassed by a senior producer of the 2015-20 ABC sitcom. SUNRISE MONDAY 6:16 AM SUNDAY | 25 SEPTEMBER 2022 | LUDHIANA Video of ACP beating shopkeeper goes viral Miscreants decamp with ~30K, valuables Nikhil Bhardwaj Tribune News Service Ludhiana, September 24 A video of an Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP), North, Maninder Bedi, beating a shopkeeper went viral on Saturday. The ACP was seen thrashing a shopkeeper with stick. Two cops Vehicles pass through inundated Hambran Road. ASHWANI DHIMAN Rain leaves city waterlogged Sewer overflows on Chandigarh Road Tribune News Service Ludhiana, September 24 Waterlogging occurred in several areas after rain lashed city on Saturday. It began to rain in the morning. Sewers overflowed once again near Police Colony Chowk on Chandigarh Road and Panj Peer Road among other areas as the Municipal Corporation (MC) failed to resolve years’ old issue. Residents suffered as they commuted on waterlogged roads in the city. Notably, the PAU’s Department of Climate Change and Agricultural Meteorology recorded 40.2 mm rainfall till 2:30 pm today. However, it continued to rain till evening. A Sector 39 resident on Chandigarh Road, Premjeet Singh, said his complaints to the Department of Local Bodies and the MC had fallen on deaf ears as nothing was done to resolve the issue of overflowing sewers whenever it rained. “Black colour water accumulated outside our house and nearby parks once again. Sewers are overflowing as usual after it started raining today. It seems dyeing units still dump their coloured continued on page 2 were reportedly accompanying the ACP The incident took place . at Shagun Bikaner Sweets on GT Road, near Salem Tabri, on Thursday night. The ACP along with two cops, , was in his official vehicle when he stopped outside the sweetmeat shop and entered into Man does ‘Sholay’ act to get back wife from in-laws Nitin Jain Tribune News Service Ludhiana, September 24 He was angry with his in-laws for not sending his wife back to him. After his repeated requests failed to work, a local resident Suraj Sahani did a yesteryear Bollywood blockbuster ‘Sholay’ act to get his wife back from in-laws. Climbs atop 150-foot high-tension power supply tower A resident of Jassar village under the Dehlon police station jurisdiction, climbed atop 150-foot high-tension electricity tower at around 6.30 pm on Friday. Sharing details, the Commissioner of Police (CP), Dr Kaustubh Sharma, told The Tribune, here on Saturday that a continued on page 2 c m y b arguments with shopkeeper. In no time the ACP turned furious and started beating shopkeeper with a stick. Later, he threw stick on the road and started thrashing shopkeeper while holding him by his collar. The entire incident was captured in the CCTV cameras of the shop. The shopkeeper did not file any complaint against the ACP . He reportedly had apprised the area MLA, Madan Lal Bagga, about the behaviour of senior cop. Sources said with the MLA’s intervention the ACP and the shopkeeper reached a compromise. Hold house owner, servant captive Ludhiana, September 24 Six persons barged into a house at Uddowal Kalan, Machhiwara Sahib, and after holding the owner, his servant captive, decamped with cash and other valuables. The continued on page 2
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