08102022-JTR-01.qxd 10/8/2022 12:19 AM Page 1 c m y b Jalandhar TRIBUNE TWO ARRESTED WITH STOLEN VEHICLE, SPARE PARTS PAGE 2 JUSTIN BIEBER POSTPONES WORLD TOUR UNTIL NEXT YEAR City police have arrested two persons who were involved in vehicle thefts in Jalandhar, Hoshiarpur & Ludhiana. FORECAST PARTLY CLOUDY SKY INBRIEF ONE ARRESTED WITH 251 GM OF OPIUM Phagwara: The police have arrested a drug peddler and seized 251 gm of opium from his possession. The arrested accused, Sunil Kumar, is a resident of Dana Mandi. He was held at a checkpoint. The police said a case had been registered against Kumar under the NDPS Act. oc PEDDLER NABBED WITH INTOXICANTS Phagwara:The police have arrested a drug peddler and seized 150 intoxicating tablets from his possession. The arrested accused, Dilshad Mohammad, is a resident of Gandwan village. He was nabbed at a checkpoint near Narangshahpur village. He has been booked under the NDPS Act. oc MAN BOOKED ON RAPE CHARGE Shahkot: The police have booked a villager on the charge of raping a woman. The investigating officer, Amandeep Kaur, said the accused, Harmesh, alias Mesha, is a resident of Dhandowal village. The victim alleged that the accused promised to marry her and adopt her son, but physically exploited her. A case under Sections 376 and 411 of the IPC has been registered against the accused. OC PHILLAUR MURDER ACCUSED AT LARGE Phillaur: After more than 14 months, the Nurmahal police have failed to arrest the murder accused, Jaswinder Singh Bunty, who shot Rohit of Mohalla Khatikan on August 10. The police had registered a case under Section 302 of the IPC against Jaswinder. The SHO, Hardev Preet Singh, said raids were being conducted to nab the absconding accused. OC 21 YEARS ON, THREE ACCUSED ON RUN Nakodar: The city police are yet to arrest three accused — Janak Raj, Rajesh and Sonu — who have been on the run for the last 21 years. They had allegedly murdered a local jeweller, Mimik, in 2002. Janak was an employee at the jewellery shop owned by Mimik’s grandfather at Sarafan Bazar. All three had been declared proclaimed offenders. DSP Harjinder Singh said they had not been able to arrest the accused so far. TNS PAGE 3 Pop icon Justin Bieber has postponed all of his remaining ‘Justice’ World Tour dates until next year. MAX 32°C | MIN 22°C | YESTERDAY MAX 33°C | MIN 22°C SUNSET SATURDAY 6:13 PM SUNRISE SUNDAY 6:26 AM SATURDAY | 8 OCTOBER 2022 | JALANDHAR Under cops’ nose, PPR Market turning into hooliganism spot Despite presence of checkpost, frequent brawls, liquor consumption in open Avneet Kaur Tribune News Service Jalandhar, October 7 PPR Market, one of the most happening places in the town, has been in the news for all the wrong reasons these days. Youngsters openly consuming liquor in their vehicles or outside food joints is a common sight. Worst, all this is happening right under the nose of the police as there’s a permanent checkpost here in the market, but still, no action is being taken. As the Tribune team visited the market on Friday, residents, especially women, blamed the police for not maintaining enough vigil to ensure no liquor consumption in the open and aggressive behaviour by youngsters in the area. Residents claimed it was for the first time that the police took action against the drunken youth who created ruckus in the market two days ago. They alleged the action was taken because this time the drunken youth misbehaved with the cops, otherwise the majority of fights between drunken youths taking place here either go unreported or hardly any action was taken. It is learnt that a day before this drunken youth ruckus, the market witnessed an ugly fight between some drunken youths and a tattoo shop owner. The shop owner was badly injured in the brawl and taken to the Civil Hospital. He People at PPR Market, one of the busiest places, in Jalandhar. A youth recently mishbehaved with an ADCP in the market. SARABJIT SINGH YOUTHS HAVE NO FEAR OF LAW LAWBREAKERS TO FACE CONSEQUENCES recently booked some food ❝Open liquor consumption is rampant ininthe market; ❝Weserving liquor. Even residentsjoints that were even eatery owners serve booze to people their cars… found have been booked Jalandhar, October 7 A young life was snuffed out in a tragic incident this morning. On the way to school, a Class XI student died after she was run over by a tractor-trolley at the Goindwal Sahib Road here today. The driver fled the spot. The 16-year-old girl, Arpan Deep Kaur, was a resident of the Fattu Dhinga village of Kapurthala. An FIR has been lodged against Amrik Singh, also a resident of the same village, who was the driver of the trolley. The FIR has been registered under Sections 304 A, 279 and 427 of the Indian Penal Code on the complaint of the deceased’s father. As per police, the father complained that the trolley was coming from behind the girl and the cause of her death was being hit by the trolley. As per the initial reports, the impact of the crash caused serious head injuries to the 16-year-old girl, causing her Arpandeep Kaur who was run over by a tractor-trolley. death on the spot. Mandeep Kaur, SHO, Fattu Dhinga police station, said: “The girl was going to her school on her Activa scooter this morning when the incident happened. The girl died on the spot. The trolley driver has been indentified, but is currently absconding. The police are on the lookout for him.” The girl’s body was handed over to her parents today after postmortem. for flouting the norms. Security has been enhanced and anyone causing inconvenience wouldn’t be spared. Prof MP Singh, NGO PRESIDENT Gursharan Singh Sandhu, COMMISSIONER OF POLICE told the mediapersons that some youths who were in an inebriated condition were creating ruckus in the complex, where he had his shop. He claimed the drunken youths also tried to snatch a purse from a woman outside his shop, and when he tried to stop them, they attacked him. There were also reports of another minor clash to have taken place here between some youngsters four days ago. Though no Our Correspondent ❞ one was injured then, residents said the frequent brawls had disturbed the atmosphere surrounding the market, and the family persons had to think twice before deciding to visit here. Prof MP Singh, the president of NGO-Mission 6213, said, “PPR Market has become one of the notorious spots in the city. Open liquor consumption is rampant here, and even eatery owners serve booze to people in their cars. Besides 46 were cleared by the various departments and forwarded for processing to banks concerned. Besides, students were provided literature, pamphlets and leaflets of schemes offered by different departments. All candidates, who had applied for selfemployment on the mobile app of the office in this selfemployment camp, were called to the office through phone and bulk messages by the departments concerned. In addition to this, registered applicants at the office were notified to participate in this self-employment camp through messages and WhatsApp groups. District Employment Officer Gurmel Singh said various loan agencies of district industry centre, lead bank manager, Backfinco, Punjab SC Corporation, Dairy Development, RSETI, Fisheries Department, Animal Husbandry Department and Punjab Skill Development Corporation, etc. participated. Applicants were given subsidy linked information after the loan was sanctioned. Tribune News Service HAVE TAKEN UP MATTER WITH OFFICIALS ❝ The development work at Surya Enclave Extension will start soon. I have taken up the matter with higher authorities. Soon things will change for the better. ❞ Member, URBAN ESTATE SCHOOL MGMT << Members of Surya Enclave Extension Scheme with MLA Raman Arora. TRIBUNE PHOTO Trust failed to carry out development work in the On way to school, girl killed by trolley 3 city students selected ❞ for internship in NHRC youths have no fear of law. If they can misbehave with cops, just think about the plight of the common man. 46 budding entrepreneurs get loan at job fair in Hoshiarpur Hoshiarpur, October 7 The District Bureau of Employment and Enterprises (DBEE) here organised a special self-employment camp and job fair today for the youth with a desire to start their own business. As many as 56 self-employment aspirants and 150 students from various institutions participated in the job fair. The students were given information about new technical courses and self-employment schemes being run by the government. Of the 56 self-employment aspirants applied for the loan, PAGE 4 Colors’ dance reality show Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa will welcome internet sensation Kili Paul this weekend. from what happened two days back between the drunken youth and the police, it is clearly evident that these youths have no fear of law. If they can misbehave with the police so bravely, just think about the plight of the common man.” Anshika Malhotra, a housewife said the police presence in the market usually remained restricted to naka, and they sometimes did check vehicles that cross by, but no checking of food joints, Eight arrested for gambling Tribune News Service Jalandhar, October 7 The CIA staff of the city police today arrested eight gamblers and seized stake money of Rs 63,550 from them. The police claimed that acting on a tipoff, a raid was conducted in the house of Ashwani Kumar in Abadpura mohalla from where the accused were held red-handed. The accused have been identified as Ashwani Kumar, Arsh Thappar, Hardeep Kumar, Maninder Singh, Amit Kumar, Deepak Kumar, Sushil Kumar and Sanjiv Kumar. A case under Sections 13, 3 and 67 of the Gambling Act has been registered against the accused at police station division 6. — TNS Possession delayed, JIT plot owners meet MLA Jalandhar, October 7 Members of the Surya Enclave Extension Welfare Society today met Jalandhar Central MLA Raman Arora, and handed over a memorandum to him against the Jalandhar Improvement Trust for not providing possession of plots with complete basic amenities to the owners in the Surya Enclave Extension Scheme. They said as per the scheme, the possession of the plots was to be given in 2016, but the same hadn’t been given to date as the KILI PAUL TO MAKE HIS TV DEBUT ON JHALAK DIKHHLA JAA area. Jatinder Mohan Sharma, president of the society, said they had invested lakhs of rupees in purchasing a c m y b plot at the Surya Enclave Extension; however, neither had they received the possession nor the refund. He, along with other society members, demanded that the development work at the site should be expedited , and the plot owners should be given the possession with all promised facilities. Meanwhile, MLA Arora assured the plot owners that the development work at the Surya Enclave Extension would start soon. He said he had taken up the matter with higher authorities, and soon things would change. especially the non-vegetarian ones, or of the vehicles parked in front of the restaurants was being done. She said even on the eve of New Year, a high drama was witnessed in the market when some youths fought over something. Raj Kumar, a member of PPR Market Association, said some people were deliberately trying to defame the market. He said none of the shops here was serving liquor or even allowing residents to Jalandhar, October 7 Three students of St Soldier Law College have been selected for two-week Internship training in National Human Rights Commission (NHRC). The students selected are Manvir Kaur (BCom, LL.B 7th semester), Jasmeet Kaur (BBA, LL.B 7th semester) and Prachi Mittal (BBA, LL.B 5th semester). The commission has selected a total of 82 candidates from across the country for this TOTAL 82 PICKED FROM ACROSS COUNTRY internship programme. The selection by the NHRC was based on the academic merits of the students, participation in co-curricular activities and marks obtained in the write-up submitted to the commission for evaluation. College director SC Sharma and group chairman Anil Chopra congratulated the students. — TNS
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