28092022-LT-01.qxd 9/28/2022 12:25 AM Page 1 c m y b Ludhiana TRIBUNE ANTI-DRUG DRIVE BEARS FRUIT, OVER 20K ADDICTS REHABILITATED Anti-drug drive initiated by authorities to free Ludhiana of drugs has started showing spectacular results. FORECAST PARTLY CLOUDY Now, property UID number must for MC services Ludhiana, September 27 The Municipal Corporation (MC) has made property UID number mandatory for residents for various MC services. To obtain a new property number, property transfer, TS-1 certificate, approval of building map, change of land use, new water supply, sewerage and disposal connections, etc, the UID number of property would be required. MC Superintendent Vivek Verma said MC Commissioner Shena Aggarwal had given directions in this regard. A helpline number 84375-35700 had also been issued for city residents to get more information regarding the UID numbers. Residents could obtain required information by dialling the number during office hours. A help desk had also been set up in every zone. Besides, it would be checked from all branches concerned, whether the property owner had deposited property/house tax, water supply, sewerage or disposal charges before issuing the TS-1 certificate. To get the building plan and the CLU approved by the Building Branch, the applicant would have to get clearance regarding property/house tax or water/sewerage charges from the branches concerned, an official said.—TNS PAGE 2 PRANITAA PANDIT OPENS UP ON THE WORLD OF SOCIAL MEDIA PAGE 3 “We are living in a world which is full of competition, anxiety and also good things,” says the actor. MAX 31°C | MIN 23°C | YESTERDAY MAX 31°C | MIN 23°C SUNSET WEDNESDAY 6:15 PM ASHA PAREKH TO BE CONFERRED WITH DADA SAHEB PHALKE AWARD PAGE 4 She made her debut in Nasir Hussain’s movie Dil Deke Dekho, in which she starred opposite Shammi Kapoor. SUNRISE THURSDAY 6:18 AM WEDNESDAY | 28 SEPTEMBER 2022 | LUDHIANA Man mediates in scuffle, MC issues work order to contractor for constructingroad by beaten to death by three First-of-its kind stretch in industrial cityusing plastic waste will be built in Ward number 94 Father of 4 kids, victim was a scrap trader; suspects held Tribune News Service Ludhiana, September 27 The Samrala police arrested three persons on Tuesday on the charges of killing a man at Harnam Nagar near the Khanna road in Samrala. The suspects have been identified as Aslam Sheikh, Sahil Sheikh and Mohd Ansu Sheikh, all residents of Harnam Nagar. Khanna SSP Dayama Har- ish Kumar said the suspects on Monday thrashed to death Mikayal Sheikh (33), a resident of the same locality. Nasir Sheikh, a relative of the deceased, on whose complaint a case was registered, alleged that when the three suspects were indulged in a scuffle, the victim had gone to mediate between the disputing parties. However, instead of listening to him, the suspects brutally attacked him and killed him on the spot. Thereafter, they fled the spot but were arrested by the police on Tuesday. The deceased used to live in shanties at Harnam Nagar with his wife and four children and earned his livelihood from selling scrap. Harshraj Singh Tribune News Service Ludhiana, September 27 By adding plastic waste in bitumen material, the Municipal Corporation (MC) is going to construct a first-ofits kind road in Ward 94 of the city in the coming days. The work order has been issued to the contractor to construct Main Tower Lane Road in Ward number 94. Councillor from Ward 94, Gurpreet Singh Gopi, had raised demands many times in Two nabbed with 1.57-kg heroin Ludhiana, September 27 The Special Task Force (STF) nabbed two persons and seized 1.57 kg of heroin from their possession. The suspects have been identified as Harsh Kalyan (19) of Labour Colony and Anmol Gill (23) of Amarpura. A case under the NDPS Act was registered. STF inspector Harbans Singh said a tip-off was received that the suspects were into the trade of heroin smuggling and were on their The suspects in police custody in Ludhiana on Tuesday. TRIBUNE PHOTO way to deliver a huge consignment of drugs to their clients. Accordingly, the STF police party laid a naka near the Vardhman Chowk where the scooter-borne persons were intercepted. During the checking of the scooter’s dicky, 1.57 kg of heroin was recovered, the inspector said. During his questioning, one of the suspects, Harsh, admitted that he was into the trade of smuggling for the past one year and had chosen it to become rich in a short span of time. Now, the police remand of the suspects would be sought, Harbans Singh said. —TNS ~43.3-LAKH PROJECT The road in Ward No 94 has to be built within four months from the date of issuance of the work order and the project cost is around Rs 43.30 lakh. the past before the MC House and with officials to get a road constructed by using plastic waste in the ward. His demand was accepted by the House. He said he had also written a letter to the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Cli- mate Change, GOI, requesting to promote the use of plastic waste in road construction. The councillor said the method would also reduce road construction costs. It would solve the problem of plastic pollution. Around 1,200 metric tonnes of garbage was generated in Ludhiana on a daily basis and of the same, around 30 per cent waste is plastic. “If the plastic waste is used for making roads, it will become a boon for the ecosystem. The MC should set up its plastic waste collection plant so that the refuse can be used for road construction works”, Gopi said. MC Superintending Engineer, Teerath Bansal said 6 per cent of plastic waste and 94 per cent of bitumen material would be used for laying the top layer of the road. By adding plastic waste in bitumen for construction, they were expecting better road quality. If such roads were constructed in the future, a lot of plastic waste would be consumed, the official said. 7 mobile phones seized from jail 3 arrested with drug powder, poppy husk Tribune News Service Tribune News Service Ludhiana, September 27 As many as seven mobile phones were seized from the Ludhiana Central Jail during a surprise checking. Of the seven mobiles, six were found abandoned in the jail while one was seized from a jail inmate. The seizures were made in two incidents. Assistant superintendent of Ludhiana, September 27 The Khanna police arrested three persons and seized poppy husk and drug powder from their possession in separate incidents. In the first case, the police nabbed Jasvir Kaur, alias Kulwant, a resident of Moga, and seized 12 kg of poppy husk Continued on page 2 jail Harminder Singh said on September 26 when frisking of inmates and checking of their belongings were being done, a mobile phone was found from an inmate and two mobile phones were found abandoned Continued on page 2 EXCLUSIVE LAUNCH BENEFITS FREE NOVELTY SPIN THE WHEEL SCRATCH & WIN Shop above ₹5000 to get a free novelty gift. Shop and spin the wheel. Try your luck & win. Scratch & win big when you scan the app at the new store. c m y b UPLOAD YOUR BILL & WIN FREE CUP OF COFFEE First 50 purchasers get a complimentary cup of coffee.
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