‘Mera Ghar Mere Naam’: The India Tribune


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Sangrur: Finance Minister Harpal Singh Cheema has launched the “Mera Ghar Mere Naam” program in Dirba subdivision by starting land mapping using a drone in Khetla village. “The drone survey has started to mark the houses inside the ‘Laal Lakir’ in the villages of Dirba subdivision and after the mapping, a door-to-door survey will be conducted, based on which the maps will be drawn,” Cheema said. . TNS

Campaign against EVMs

Mansa: The Bharat Mukti Morcha (Punjab Unit) and Bahujan Mukti Party will launch an awareness campaign against the use of EVMs in the villages of Mansa district from August 1. Darshan Singh Mansa, chairman of Bharat Mukti Morcha, said, “Political parties formed the government by tampering with EVM machines. Jaswant Singh, Chairman of Bahujan Mukti Party, said, “During the awareness campaign, we will sensitize people about the misuse of EVMs and urge them to oppose their use for holding elections. TNS

2 of the Lawrence-Goldy gang detained

Abohar: Police on Saturday arrested two suspected members of the Lawrence-Goldy gang, who had traveled to Sriganganagar to collect a ransom of Rs 5 lakh from a tractor agency owner Vinod Khurana after threatening to kill him in making phone calls on behalf of gangsters. SP Anand Sharma said a person, who allegedly demanded Rs 5 lakh from Khurana, was called to collect money. The police set the trap and arrested two people, while the third managed to escape. CO

Teej celebrations took place

Abohar: Even when engineers from the Punjab State Power Corporation Limited failed to maintain power supply to dozens of settlements and commercial areas due to heavy rains on Saturday, hundreds of women and underage children from all ages braved the showers to ensure their participation in the “Mela tiyan da” which was organized by Surinder Jakhar Trust at Nehru Park here.

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