Haryana Home Minister Anil Vij chaired the Grievance Redress Committee meeting and gave instructions to the concerned authorities to resolve the complaints
Haryana Home Minister Anil Vij chaired the grievance redress committee meeting here on Friday and instructed the authorities concerned to resolve most of the 22 complaints.
Vij called on Department of Agriculture and Farmer Welfare officials to take action against a crop insurance company for providing less compensation to a farmer Wazir Singh for his damaged crop than the estimated amount by agricultural officials.
Mahabir Singh, Deputy Director of Agriculture, Rohtak, told the minister that a zero FIR has been registered against the company.
He also ordered public health officials to check the quality of the pipes used in the Kharak Jatan village water connection pipeline and send the pipe samples to Sri Ram’s laboratory.
Vij ordered to form a Special Investigation Team (SIT) to arrest the accused involved in a murder case of a resident of Ghirawad village in the district.
Unemployed man in the act of robbery at gunpoint arrested by Ambala police
Investigating the July 3 car theft in the village of Manakpur in Ambala City, local police arrested a 42-year-old unemployed man who had also snatched two scooters from Mohali, including one from an underage girl on Airport Road on the 12 June. The accused, Nazirgir, a resident of Rajpura from Patiala, was arrested in his hometown on Thursday. The Hyundai i20 stolen in Ambala and an imported pistol was recovered from it.
Mohali: Two government teachers fired for unauthorized absence
The Punjab Department of Education has terminated the services of two government teachers for being absent from work for years. Swaranjit Kaur and Jatinder Kaur, both Primary Teacher Education (ETT) teachers, were assigned to Government Primary Schools in Chhota Singapura, Kurali Block, and Banur Block, Naraingarh Jhungian respectively. In Swaranjit’s case, Deputy District Education Officer Santosh Rani launched an investigation on April 17, 2018, but the teacher did not join.
Murder of Sippy Sidhu: Chandigarh court reserves Kalyani bail plea order
A local court on Friday took the bail plea of Kalyani Singh, charged with the murder of gunman and national level lawyer Sukhmanpreet Singh, aka Sippy Sidhu, and reserved his order for July 13. Kalyani, 36, the daughter of a Himachal Pradesh High Court Judge, Justice Sabina, was arrested on June 15 and has been in police custody since June 21.
Heavy rain alert for Chandigarh on July 9-10
After two days of sunny weather, India’s meteorological department predicted chances of heavy to very heavy rain in the city on Saturday. According to the IMD, a rain event is said to be “heavy” when 64.5 mm to 115.5 mm of rain is recorded in the city in 24 hours, while it is said to be “very heavy” if it is included. between 115.6mm and 204.4mm. The chance of heavy rain will also continue on Sunday.
A gendarme among four detained for kidnapping ₹35 lakh in Punjab Kurali
Police arrested four men including a constable for extracting ₹35 lakh from the employees of a businessman by posing as TPS detectives in Kurali on June 6. The officer, Harjit Singh, is assigned to Khamano Police Station in Fatehgarh Sahib. His accomplices have been identified as Gurdeep Singh, alias Jassi; Barinder Singh and Charanjit Singh, all residents of Mandi Gobindgarh, Fatehgarh Sahib. The police recovered ₹17 lakh of the money snatched from their possession.