As many as 453 differently abled people today registered themselves on the last day of special 9-day long camp that started on June 4
LUDHIANA: 235 people take part in camp for persons with special needs. MLA Kuldeep Singh Vaid inaugurates the camp
NAKODAR: Jalandhar divisional commissioner Raj Kamal Chaudhuri has sought report from Jalandhar deputy commissioner (DC) on action against former sarpanch of Hairan village who was indicted for misusing the funds by showing dead persons as alive in official records.
NAKODAR: The Nakodar sadar police have booked a villager on the charge of murdering a woman and a man. Station house officer(SHO) Jaswindar Singh said that the accused has been identified as Jatindar Singh alias Bhinda a resident of Aadhi village.
LUDHIANA: Taking serious note of undue delay in issuance of pension cards and pension to persons with special needs, Member of Parliament (MP) Ravneet Singh Bittu on Thursday called a meeting of the officials concern on June 8 and asked them to come with a detailed report about the pending cases.
Aimed to extend helping hands to the people with special needs, week-long camps started on Monday.
NAKODAR: There was a total of 89875 persons kidnapped/ abducted (section.363 to 369 IPC) during 2016 in India, out of which 23350 (25.98%) were male victims and 66525 (74.02%) were female victims as per a data report posted on website www.data.gov.in. . It said that there were 54328 (60.45% of total victims) child victims and 35547 (39.55% of total victims) adult victims kidnapped/ abducted during 2016 in India. Out of these 54328 child victims; 14486 (26.66%) were male and 39842 (73.34%) were female. Out of these 35547 adult victims; 8864 (24.94%) were male and 26683 (75.06%) were female.
NURMAHAL: Nurmahal Nagar council has failed to implement direction issued by the Commissioner for persons with disabilities Punjab Government to implement provisions of disability act and directions issued by social security and women and child development department in the office of executive officer Nagar council Nurmahal.
NAKODAR: The Punjab Government’s Public Grievances Portal has failed to solve a complaint registered almost thirteen months ago against Jalandhar deputy commissioner for not taking any action against former sarpanch of Hairan village who was indicted for misusing the funds by showing dead persons as alive in official records.
NAKODAR: Even after six months Jalandhar divisional commissioner has received no report from Jalandhar deputy commissioner (DC) on action against former sarpanch of Hairan village who was indicted for misusing the funds by showing dead persons as alive in official records.