Mohali MC launches drive to scrub main metropolis roads


The municipal company (MC) launched a week-long cleanliness drive. Mayor Amarjit Singh Jiti Sidhu and deputy mayor Kuljit Singh Bedi lauded municipal commissioner Navjot Kaur’s efforts and appealed to the residents to increase full cooperation.

The drive, which commenced on Friday, will deal with cleansing a few of the metropolis’s predominant roads together with Outdated Amartax to Diplast Chowk to Franco Chowk, Sector 48 to IISER, YPS Chowk to Kumbhra, IISER to Bawa White Home, Sector 66-67 dividing highway, entry highway from Chandigarh to Diplast, PTL to Amartax Lights, Section 9 Stadium highway and those in Section 10 and 11.

Talking about the identical, commissioner Navjot Kaur mentioned the particles and rubbish mendacity on these roads is being eliminated. She additionally directed officers to challan all offenders and appealed for the Mohali residents’ cooperation. He mentioned that rubbish must be disposed of at designated websites and never in public locations.

Highlighting town’s rating within the high 100 of the sanitation survey, Sidhu mentioned that the MC is working diligently to keep up Mohali’s Swachh Sarvekshan standing.

Farmers protest infringement of land possession rights


Members of the Kisan Hit Sangharsh Committee, Punjab, on Saturday held a protest in opposition to the state authorities over infringement of statutory/authorized rights of landowners (joint land of proprietors) within the villages of Punjab underneath the guise of eradicating unlawful occupation of ‘panchayat’ lands by official equipment at Chappar Chiri, Mohali. The protestors mentioned the affected landowners/farmers haven’t any declare over any land that’s used for frequent functions in a village and is rightly categorized as ‘shamlat deh’, including that denying them possession was a violation of their authorized statutory rights.

Seven RWAs protest in opposition to Bajwa Builders


Members of seven Residents’ Welfare Associations (RWA) of Sectors 123, 124, 125 and 117 on Saturday held a protest in opposition to Bajwa Builders over the shortage of primary facilities of their localities. Gathered exterior the developer’s workplace in Sector 125, protesters complained about erratic energy provide, poor sewerage system, damaged inner roads and contaminated ingesting water provide.

Nationwide convention concludes at PU


The 2-day nationwide convention collectively organised by Panjab College’s Centre for Social Work and Indian Society of Skilled Social Work concluded on Saturday. The convention on constructing a brand new eco-social world had a valedictory session, which noticed felicitations for medical social staff, volunteers, analysis students and college students.

Dev Samaj felicitates college students

Dev Samaj School of Schooling organised the forty first annual prize distribution perform on school premises, which commenced with the tree plantation drive. Principal Agnese Dhillion awarded prizes to 180 college students for his or her excellent performances in areas like lecturers, sports activities and social work.

PGGCG holds convocation


Put up Graduate Authorities School for Ladies, Sector 42, hosted its thirty fourth annual convocation on Saturday. A complete of 219 postgraduate levels had been awarded. A complete of 40 college students obtained the roll of honour, whereas 15 had been awarded school color. As many as 88 college students bagged high 10 positions within the College, with 7 rating first.


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