The INLD on Thursday constituted an eight-member committee under state president Ashok Arora with an aim to expose the Congress,Ellanabad MLA Abhay Chautala said. The committees prime objective will be to prepare a chargesheet of all the scams committed by the UPA at Centre and Congress government in Haryana. The scams including Vadra-DLF land deals,CLUs,land acquisition,embezzlement and misuse of government funds all will form part of the chargesheet, he added. Once ready,it will be submitted to the President,said Chautala.
Jind to get four additional courts
Four new additional courts will be set up in Jind. An action plan in this regard has been approved and construction work will commence soon,a government spokesman said. These courts,worth Rs 5.92 crore,will will have modern facilities. Work has been assigned to Public Works (Building and Roads) Department. There will also be a retiring room for judges and other facilities, he added.
Policy for rice shelling units amended
Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal on Thursday approved the amended Policy for Rice Shelling Units and Saila Plants to streamline guidelines for handling,transportation,storage and disposal of paddy husk. According to the Secretary (Science,Technology and Environment) Seema Jain,the modified policy is an improvement of the code of practices to be followed by rice shelling units in Punjab.
Process starts for recruitment of 1,418 teachers
The Teachers Recruitment Board Punjab (TRBP) has started the process for recruitment of 1,418 teachers across the state,Education Minister Punjab Sikander Singh Maluka said on Thursday. The government is committed to provide quality education to every child. To meet this target,it has already demanded details of vacant posts in schools, he said.
Rajnath Singh to meet Ludhiana industrialists
Neeraj Tayal,national president of the BJP industry cell,in a meeting held in Ludhiana on Thursday announced that party president Rajnath Singh will soon visit to city and hold discussions with industrialists. In October,Rajnath Singh will come to meet Ludhianas industrialists. Their grievances will be heard, Tayal said.
Man slits paramours throat
A man on Thursday slit the throat of his 22-year-old paramour after she refused to continue their affair. Bahowal village resident Manju Rani was allegedly involved with one Baljinder Singh for some time now. However,now she did not want to continue in the relationship,said police. On Thursday,Baljinder came to her residence and slit her throat. ENS