02062023-JTR-01.qxd 6/2/2023 12:35 AM Page 1 c m y b Jalandhar tribune AVOID DSR IN SOIL WITH LOW NUTRIENT: EXPERTS GAL GADOT OPENS UP ON HER INSECURITIES ANIL KAPOOR ANNOUNCES S2 OF THE NIGHT MANAGER The experts stated that the DSR should be avoided in fields with high germination of weeds. P2 Gal Gadot shared that have imposter syndrome, every time she acts, she doubts herself. P3 Anil Kapoor has officially announced that the new season is set to release on June 30. P4 » » FORECAST PARTLY CLOUDY MAX 31°C | MIN 21°C YESTERDAY MAX 29°C | MIN 20°C SUNSET FRIDAY 7.20 PM SUNRISE SATURDAY 5:22 AM » FRIDAY | 2 JUNE 2023 | JALANDHAR INBRIEF NAKODAR POLICE ARREST PO Phagwara: The Nakodar city police have arrested a proclaimed offender (PO) who was absconding for the past two months. The police said the accused had been identified as Harish Kumar, alias Rinku, a resident of Mohalla Krishan Nagar in Nakodar. He was wanted in a dacoity-planning case that was registered in 2019. He was declared a PO on April 13 this year. OC ONE ARRESTED FOR RASH DRIVING Phagwara: The Nurmahal police have arrested a car driver on the charge of rash driving. The police said the suspect had been identified as Pardeep Singh, a resident of Uppal Bhupa village. Harjinder Kumar filed a complaint with the police that the suspect was driving his car negligently and hit his brother’s motorbike near Natt village, leaving him seriously injured. A case under Sections 279, 337, 338 and 427 of the IPC was registered in this regard. OC TWO DRUG PEDDLERS HELD Phagwara: The local police have arrested two drug peddlers and seized 13-gm heroin and 210 intoxicating tablets from their possession. The suspects have been identified as Gaurav, a resident of Jalandhar and Hardip of Nawanshahr. A case under the NDPS Act has been registered in this regard. OC Eye on MC polls, AAP initiates new projects, rejigs portfolios After LS bypoll, party hopes not to repeat dismal show of 2017 Aparna Banerji FOCUS AREAS Tribune News Service Jalandhar, June 1 After the victory in the Jalandhar Lok Sabha bypoll, a set of decisions taken by the AAP all seems to be focused on the upcoming civic body elections to be held in a few months in the state. After the declaration of the bypoll result, the AAP has so far announced Rs 95.16 crore for Jalandhar MC and got a brand new Minister for Local Bodies who hails from Jalandhar. Besides, the party has also been on an inaugural spree --- at least 11 new projects were recently initiated at Adampur by the former Rural Development and Panchayat Minister Kuldip Dhaliwal, estimated to be worth Rs 71.79 lakh. In his maiden address in Jalandhar after induction into the Cabinet, Kartarpur MLA and Minister for Local Government Balkar Singh also said that his special area of focus was streamlining the functioning of civic bodies, ensuring completion of works and addressing corruption. As far as the MC elections in Jalandhar are concerned, like the Sangrur debacle, the MC polls in the district will be a test for the AAP after the party drew a blank in Jalandhar way back in 2017. Though the party's position has been ❝ My area of focus is streamlining the functioning of civic bodies, ensuring the completion of work and addressing corruption. ❞ — Balkar Singh, LOCAL GOVERNMENT MINISTER <
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