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Special drive against consuming liquor at public place was carried out at different parts of the city in which total 03 cases U/S 68-1 (B) Punjab Police Act 2007 & 510 IPC got registered.

 In continuation of a special drive against consuming liquor at public place, yesterday, the drive was carried out at different parts of the city. Under this drive total 03 different cases U/S 68-1(B) Punjab Police Act 2007 & 510 IPC got registered in different police stations of Chandigarh in which total 03 persons were arrested while consuming liquor at public place. All later on bailed out. The detail of police Stations in which cases U/S 68-1 (B) Punjab Police Act 2007 & 510 got registered:- PS-Sarangpur = 2 cases, PS-49 = 1 case.

This drive will be continuing in future, the general public is requested for not breaking the law.


A case FIR No. 209, U/S 279, 337 IPC has been registered in PS-34, Chandigarh against driver of I-20 car No. CH-09T——who sped away after hitting to pedestrian person namely Islamuddin R/o VPO Makimpur, Distt. Bijnaur (UP) near Rehri Market, Sector-45, Chandigarh on 28.05.2018. He got injured and admitted in GMCH-32, Chandigarh and later referred to PGI, Chandigarh.Investigation of the case is in progress.

A case FIR No. 210, U/S 279, 337 added 304A IPC has been registered in PS-34, Chandigarh against driver of unknown bus who sped away after hitting to a lady namely Kanika Bansal R/o # 2246, Sector-21/C, Chandigarh near dividing road Sector-21/34, Chandigarh on 29.05.2018. She got injured and admitted in GMCH-32, Chandigarh, where she was declared dead. Investigation of the case is in progress.



        Sh. Vikram Singh R/o # 66, Village Palsora, Chandigarh reported that unknown person stolen away Photostat machine of HP Company, one Printer and cash Rs. 2000/- from his shop on night intervening 28/29-05-2018. A case FIR No. 230, U/S 380, 457 IPC has been registered in PS-39, Chandigarh. Investigation of the case is in progress.

Press Conference of SDPO East



SDPO-East will hold press conference at 4:45 pm at his office i.e. SDPO East Office, PS-26, Chandigarh regarding case FIR No. 120/2018 of PS-Mauli Jagran (Firing case under 307 IPC, Arms Act added 302 IPC).

Road Safety Camp for drivers/attendant of School Buses

In order to raise the level of road safety awareness amongst the drivers/attendants of school buses, Chandigarh Traffic Police is organizing a Road Safety Camp, free of cost, for the drivers/attendants of school buses of schools of Chandigarh at Children Traffic Park, Sector 23, Chandigarh.

During this Camp, training will be given in instructions with regard to school buses issued by the Hon’ble Punjab and Haryana High Court and as per STRAPS Policy of U.T. Administration to the drivers/attendants of school buses.  The Camp will be organized on 2nd, 9th, 16th and 23rd June, 2018 from 10.00 AM to 1.00 PM.

Chandigarh Traffic police appeals to the school principals to motivate their school bus drivers to participate in this Road Safety Camp.  Interested school bus drivers may directly contact Chandigarh Traffic Police using telephone No. 0172-2700314

10 lakh employees reject 2 per cent salary hike, ATM services likely to be hit

Around 10 lakh bank employees went on a two-day strike from Wednesday as the conciliation efforts by the government failed to convince bank unions to call off the stir against the proposed low wage hike. The call for the strike has interrupted the banking services across the country.

As several rounds of talks between banks and the unions did not make any headway, the United Forum of Banking Unions (UFBU), an umbrella body of nine bank unions, has gone on strike against the proposed wage hike of 2 per cent as against 15 per cent given last time, All India Bank Employees Association (AIBEA), general secretary C H Venkatachalam said.

Under the last 10th Bipartite Wage Settlement that was made effective from 1-11-2012, IBA had agreed for a hike of 15 per cent increase over the total wage Bill, he said.

Fuel prices on Wednesday witnessed a drop — of 1 paisa.


Fuel prices on Wednesday witnessed a drop — of 1 paisa.

The price of petrol on Wednesday is at Rs 78.42 a litre in Delhi, Rs 86.23 in Mumbai while diesel stood at Rs 69.30 a litre in Delhi, Rs 73.78 in Mumbai.

After 16 days of continuous hike, there was cheer on Wednesday morning as the Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL) website showed that the petrol prices have been cut down by up to 60 paise while diesel price went down by 59 paise. But the joy was short lived as the actual reduction in price was just 1 paisa.

“The reduction was supposed to be 1 paisa but due to a clerical error the price prevalent on May 25 was communicated as today’s price,”said a senior official of IOCL.

The reduction comes after 16 consecutive price increases since May 14 when fuel retailers ended a 19-day pre-Karnataka poll hiatus to pass on a spike in global oil rates.

International Dastar Lok Geet Mela

Giani Dit Singh Memorial Charitable Trust(Regd.) Chandigarh and Water Waves Media Mumbai, are going to organize a reality show named International Dastar Lok geet mela, its hunt for “Universal Singh & Universal kaur”. A media meet is going to held on 31st may 2018 at Hotel Gaur 43A Chandigarh at 12 pm to 2 pm.

बल्टाना की मूलभूत समस्याओं पर विचार विमर्श हुआ : प्रताप राणा

बल्टाना के विकास और यहाँ की समस्याओं को ले कर कांग्रेस के श्री प्रताप राणा की अध्यक्षता और दीपेन्द्र ढिल्लों की मोजूदगी में यहाँ के राम विहार कॉम्लेक्स में एक बैठक की गयी जिसमे विभिन्न वर्गों के नागरिकों ने हिस्सा लिया और इलाके की मूलभूत सुविधाओं का अवलोकन किया गया इस विषय की जानकारी श्री प्रताप राणा ने दी.

Convocaton at DAV College sector 10 Chandigarh


Prize distribution function and Convocation ceremony at DAV College, Sector 10 to be held on 30th of May 2018 at 2:00pm in the college premisis.

Swaraj India leader Yogendra Yadav on Tuesday warned that Prime Minister Narendra Modi will face the anger of the farmers in the 2019 general elections.

He made the remarks at a meeting arranged by the All India Kisan Sangharsh Coordination Committee which marked June 5 as ‘Mandsaur Shaheed Kisan Smriti Diwas’ as six farmers were killed in the police firing in Madhya Pradesh’s Mandsaur in 2017.

Criticising the inaction of the Madhya Pradesh government, he said that six farmers and a child named Abhishek were killed by police, but “to this day no concrete action was taken against the police officers responsible for this heinous murder”.

Last year farmers demanding the better price for the crops triggered the widespread protest in Mandsaur, in which six people killed in police firing. Initially the Madhya Pradesh government denied police firing but finally Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan confirmed it

The committee members demanded the immediate arrest of the of police personnel responsible for the killing of the six farmers.

The committee also met President Ram Nath Kovind on Monday and urged him to immediately pass the two bills prepared by the farmers of the country and asked him to arrange a parliament session to resolve the agrarian crisis.

Briefing the media about the interaction with the President, AIKS leaders said 21 political parties have signed their support for the bills and expressed confidence in passing both the bills.

Describing the four years regime of the prime minister as anti-farmer, V.M. Singh, the national President of Rashtriya Kisan Mazdoor Sangathan said: “Modi should immediately waive the crop loans of the farmers unconditionally in one go.”

Expressing disappointment at the rising fuel prices, he said that this has terribly hit the farmers, most of whom use diesel generators as there is absence of electricity in most of the villages.

मोहाली के सात फेज में किन्नरों का जबरदस्त हंगामा….पार्किंग में खड़ी गाड़ियों में कर रहे तोड़फाड