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Three PPP leaders join SAD
Chandigarh:Former Punjab Finance Minister Manpreet Singh Badal-led People's Party of Punjab suffered a jolt on Monday as three of its leaders joined the ruling Shiromani Akali Dal. Jaswinder Singh Kussa, Ajaib Singh Bahona and Malkiat Singh Khaee joined SAD in the presence of party president and Deputy Chief Minister Punjab Sukhbir Singh Badal. "The desertion of these leaders is considered as complete decimation of PPP in Moga," a SAD release said.
State directs officers on tour modalities
Chandigarh:Punjab government Monday directed all the IAS officers to submit detailed application according to the check list issued by it for seeking permission to go abroad at least 15 days before the tour. The order came after it was noticed that proposals for foreign tours or cadre clearance usually had incomplete information about purpose of trip and expenditure.
State allots land for charitable hospital
Chandigarh:Punjab government Monday allotted one acre of land at the cost of Rs 48 lakh for constructing a charitable hospital at Shri Goindwal Sahib in Tarn Taran district. Industry and Commerce Minister Anil Joshi handed over the allotment letter to representatives of the Brahm Giyani Sant Tara Singh Welfare Trust.
Heroin worth Rs 10 crore seized
Jalandhar:Heroin worth Rs 10 crore in the international market has been seized in Ferozepur sector, BSF said Monday. The forces found two packets each containing one kg of heroin hidden in the fields during routine patrolling along the Khalda Border outpost, Director General of Punjab Frontier, BSF, Aditya Mishra said.
Restore security: Mann to Badal
Phagwara:Former Punjab Minister and senior Congress leader Joginder Singh Mann today demanded restoration of his security cover. In a letter to Chief Minister P S Badal, he alleged the state was withdrawing security cover of its political opponents. "My family has also been on the hit list of terrorists," Mann said.
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