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Punjab transfers Six IAS and Five PCS officers
03.04.16 - pt team
Punjab transfers Six IAS and Five PCS officers



The Punjab Government today issued the transfer and posting orders of Six IAS and five PCS officers in the state.
 
Disclosing this here today a spokesman of the Punjab Government said that Abhinav, IAS has been posted as Special Secretary, Finance and in addition Director, Treasury & Accounts in place of Supreet Singh Gulati, IAS and in addition Special Secretary, Planning and in addition Director, Planning in place of Parveen Kumar Thind, IAS.
 
Likewise Jaswinder Kaur Sidhu, IAS has been posted as Controller, Printing and Stationery and in addition Secretary, Punjab State Information Commission against a vacant post, Parveen Kumar Thind posted as Director, Local Government, Pardeep Kumar posted as Deputy Commissioner, Gurdaspur,  Supreet Singh Gulati posted as Additional Secretary, Excise and Taxation and in addition Additional Excise and Taxation Commissioner, Punjab, Sonali Giri posted as Commissioner, Municipal Corporation, Amritsar.
 
The Spokesman further said D.K. Tiwari IAS Secretary will also look after the work for the post of Secretary Local Government with his present duties during the leave period of Vikas Pratap IAS.
 
The spokesman further said that Priyank Bharti IAS relieved of his duties from the state of Punjab, so as to enable him to join as Director in the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways, New Delhi.
 
The Spokesman further said that in PCS officers Hargunjit Kaur posted as Additional Secretary, Local Government, Moneesh Kumar posted as Joint Principal Secretary to Deputy Chief Minster, Punjab, Anil Kumar Garg posted as Commissioner, Municipal Corporation, Bathinda and in addition Chief Administrator, Bathinda Development Authority, Bathinda, Amrbir Kaur Bhullar posted as as Estate Officer, Greater Mohali Area Development Authority, S.A.S. Nagar, Rajdeep Kaur posted as Joint Director (Administration) Punjab State Agricultural Marketing Board.




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Punjab to file PIL in SC agaist sale of Poppy husk in MP
02.04.16 - pt team
Punjab to file PIL in SC agaist sale of Poppy husk in MP



The Punjab government will soon file a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) in Supreme Court seeking complete ban on poppy husk farming so that the poppy husk supply line can be completely eliminated. This was disclosed by Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal. at Bathinda.
 
After addressing a huge gathering of party workers from Bathinda-Mansa areas, while talking to media persons he said that  the Rajasthan government's step of shutting down poppy husk vends was a welcome step and the need of the hour was to implement a uniform policy throughout the country in this context. In this regard very soon Punjab government will move to Supreme Court against poppy husk Cultivation and seek uniform policy throughout the country.
 
Further announcing an important decision Badal announced that the pensioners will not have to go to government offices to get the benefits of pension, the government has conferred all the elected representatives to allow pension of the eligible beneficiaries. He said that in villages panches and sarpanches and in cities municipal councilors will give final shape to the scheme and now no beneficiary will have to run from pillar to post for pension.
 
Answering a media query on survey that Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has conducted, Sukhbir said keeping in view the unprecedented response SAD-BJP government has evoked from masses, the AAP is trying to befool people. He said that many kinds of fake surveys will come to fore before elections but it’s the SAD-BJP government that will come to power again. He said that the hat-trick of SAD-BJP government, keeping in view its last 9 years of development, was inevitable.
 
When being asked about handing over the baton of organizing elections to youth representatives in forthcoming assembly elections, Badal said that a number of youngsters will be fielded this time. He said that Chief Minister Prakash Singh Badal will be the CM candidate for forthcoming SAD-BJP government.




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Sukhbir Badal acquitted in a criminal case
02.04.16 - pt team
Sukhbir Badal acquitted in a criminal case



Punjab Deputy Chief Minister and Shiromani Akali Dal president Sukhbir Singh Badal was acquitted today in a 10-year-old criminal case.

The court of Satish Kumar, Judicial Magistrate, First Class (JMIC), Faridkot, acquitted the Deputy Chief Minister, giving him the benefit of doubt as the complainant in the case, Naresh Kumar Sehgal, failed to give substantial evidence to probe the crime of the accused, Sukhbir Badal reported The Tribune.
 
A case against Sukhbir Badal was registered at Kotkapura police station, Faridkot, on June 30, 2006, on the directions of the Punjab and Haryana High Court after Sehgal approached the court, accusing Sukhbir Badal and some of his associates of making a murderous attack on him in 1999 during electioneering for  parliamentary elections in Kotkapura. Sukhbir Badal was contesting the election for Faridkot Lok Sabha seat.
 
However, the High Court had stayed the proceedings in this criminal case against Sukhbir Badal in September 2008. After Naresh Sehgal challenged this stay on December 21, 2015, the High Court vacated the stay and the proceedings were resumed in the Faridkot court in January 2016.
 
In the last six years, Naresh Sehgal had filed five writ petitions in the HC, seeking protection to his life and liberty after the SAD came to power in 2007. Sehgal alleged that he was getting threats to withdraw the case against Sukhbir Badal.




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