The notice was issued following the complaint of a Congress leader Pankaj Chandgothia, who stated that BJP had obtained the permission of merely using the loudspeaker in Bapu Dham Colony-26 but they organised a public meeting of 250 people without the permission of this purpose.
Faced with a pamphlet by her arch rival, Congress candidate Pawan Kumar Bansal, listing her “false” achievements, sitting BJP MP Kirron Kher snapped in Punjabi. Earlier, she circulated a video showing her tearing the pamphlet that was distributed with newspapers in the morning in the entire city, and called it “giri hui harkat” (a mean trick).
Incumbent MP and BJP candidate Kirron Kher has spent around Rs 13,97,973, though she submitted bills of Rs 8,33,479 till May 9. Similarly, the Election Commission estimates AAP candidate Harmohan Dhawan has spent Rs 10 lakh since after the filing of his nomination on April 29.
Releasing the 49 -point manifesto at the Congress Bhawan, Bansal said he will make sure that he is accountable to the people of the city, who will also get a chance to examine his work in light of the promises he makes in the run-up to the elections.
In an Idea Exchange, Congress candidate Pawan Kumar Bansal talks about his vision for the city, incumbent MP Kirron Kher’s tenure and advocates metro rail network emphasising that only a metro rail can be the best option to deal with the increasing traffic congestion in Chandigarh
The incident took place when Rahul, who works with a computer repairing centre, was going to Manimajra with friend Sanju around noon. The two were wearing helmets, which broke into pieces after the accident.
Bansal’s association with Nek Chand goes back to the time, the former was practising in the High Court and, in the afternoon, he and some colleagues carried their tiffins to the still-in-the-making garden to have lunch.