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Sukhbir’s Surprise Visit
Day after, depts push for accountability

Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal and his MP wife Harsimrat Kaur Badal carry out a check in Civil Hospital, Bathinda, on Saturday night. The Badals spoke to patients to assess the
Bathinda, July 18
Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal and his MP wife Harsimrat
Kaur Badal carry out a check in Civil Hospital, Bathinda, on Saturday
night. The Badals spoke to patients to assess the functioning of the
doctors and scrutinised hospital records The surprise visit made last night by Punjab Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal and Member of Parliament from Bathinda Harsimrat Kaur Badal to a police station, hospital and power substation here.

had caught the district administration by surprise and for the whole day today, all departments concerned were busy streamlining the public grievances redressal system.

The visit of Sukhbir and Harsimrat was aimed at assessing problems being faced by the public so that administrative reforms could be moulded keeping in view

the requirement and aspirations of the

public.

The Deputy CM’s visit led to the SSP issuing instructions for expeditious redressal of complaints, and the Chief Medical Officer, Bathinda, directing the SMO to ensure that each indoor patient in the hospital was examined by senior doctors at least thrice in a day besides streamlining the emergency working.

The Punjab Power Corporation, through a separate order, made every SDO accountable for ensuring that power failure complaints were addressed promptly.

The SSP, Bathinda, issued orders to all police stations in the district to ensure the expeditious disposal of cases. He said that as desired by the Deputy CM, the stolen property recovered should be handed over to the owners within two weeks of the completion of the court procedure.

He said to check crime, police controlling vehicles fitted with GPS were being introduced in the city to ensure quick redressal of public grievances. The SHOs have been directed to keep each complainant's mobile number, and senior officials have been told to randomly call the complainant to check whether their complaints have been redressed timely and effectively. A complaint box will also be kept outside each police station for the public.

The Chief Medical Officer, in a separate order to the SMO, made him accountable for seeing to it that every indoor emergency patient was checked by the doctors at least

thrice a day. The SMO will ensure that doctors’ movement register was maintained properly.

To check the fleecing of patients by chemists, orders were issued that while prescribing medicine besides the trade name, the generic name should also be mentioned and it should be ensured that costly medicines were not prescribed to patients. The SMO will also look into the hygiene and

cleanliness of toilets in the hospitals.

The Punjab Power Corporation has also asked SDOs to keep open the complaint office from 7 am to 7 pm and keep one vehicle available to attend to complaints. A junior engineer would sit in the office from 8 am to 4 pm daily.

Immediate impact

  • SSP orders speedy redressal of complaints in all police stations of Bathinda
  • SDO made accountable for addressing power complaints promptly
  • SMO to ensure indoor emergency patients are checked thrice a day

 

 
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Modi embarrasses SAD-BJP
Talks of interlinking of rivers
Prime ministerial candidate of the NDA LK Advani, Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal and Gujarat CM Narendra Modi at a rally in Ludhiana on Sunday.

Ludhiana, May 10
Chief Minister of Gujarat Narendra Modi today put leaders of the SAD-BJP combine in Punjab in a piquant situation as he announced SAD chief Parkash Singh Badal had agreed to the interlinking of rivers. Modi was addressing NDA’s maha rally here.

Unaware of the fact that the interlinking of rivers, especially Sutlej-Yamuna link, is a controversial issue in Punjab, Modi supported the idea from the dais saying: ‘‘Advani Sahib and Badal Sahib have taken a pledge to interlink the rivers so that the entire population of the country gets a share in river waters.’’

Much to the discomfort of Badal, who was visibly upset over the raising of the issue, Modi said interconnecting of rivers had helped a number of states, especially Gujarat.

He said 19 rivers were linked and it had helped the agriculture in many states. This was a major achievement of the NDA when it remained in power at the Centre from 1999 to 2004, he remarked.

Modi did not know that people of Punjab were against sharing of waters with Haryana and Rajasthan. The former assembly, led by the Congress, had even passed a resolution that Punjab would not share its river waters with any other state.

Later at the rally, many Akali and SAD leaders held their breath when Prime Ministerial candidate of the NDA LK Advani also started talking about the interlinking of rivers. He, however, did not stretch the issue too much and stopped after saying that the NDA had connected the water bodies during their previous regime.

“For a while he had taken the life out of the rally, that proved to be a major success so much so that Advani did not forget to acknowledge the exceptional gathering of high-profile leaders,” said a leader.

In last lap, NDA presents united face
Brings Nitish, Modi on one stage;
TRS chief also present
Ludhiana, May 10
The National Democratic Alliance (NDA) today presented a united face at a ‘Maha Rally’ here today. The alliance presented as many as eight chief ministers on the same platform and brought leaders of Gorkha Janmukti Morcha from Darjeeling, Telengana Rashtra Samiti (TRS) leader K Chandrashekhar Rao and Assam Gana Parishad (AGP) on the same platform.


SHOW OF STRENGTH: NDA leaders during a rally in Ludhiana
SHOW OF STRENGTH: NDA leaders during a rally in Ludhiana on Sunday.

 

NDA rally won’t help at this stage: Cong
Jalandhar, May 10
As people of Punjab have already made up their mind to defeat the SAD-BJP combine comprehensively in the Lok Sabha elections, the election rally organised today by the BJP-led NDA in Ludhiana will not help the SAD-BJP combine in any manner at this stage of the election campaign, said Mohinder Singh Kaypee, acting president, Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee.

Chief Minister of Haryana Bhupinder Singh Hooda addresses a rally in Gurdaspur on Sunday. Punjab growth declining: Hooda
Kotli Surat Malhi (Gurdaspur), May 10
“Punjab’s growth is on the decline. In fact, for the past two and a half years, the development of the state has gone in back gear. The good work that Capt Amarinder Singh had done during the Congress regime, has now been undone,” said Bhupinder Singh Hooda, Chief Minister of Haryana, while addressing a rally here in support of Congress candidate from Gurdaspur Partap Singh Bajwa.

Chief Minister of Haryana Bhupinder Singh Hooda addresses a rally in Gurdaspur on Sunday. A Tribune photograph

BKU chief disputes Rahul’s claim
Jalandhar, May 10
BKU president Balbir Singh Rajewal today said Rahul Gandhi’s claim that Punjab farmers got a debt relief worth Rs 10,000 crore was false and misleading. Rajewal said farmers got a benefit of Rs 682 crore only from the debt-waiving scheme announced by the UPA-led government.

Sikh PM non-issue in Khadoor Sahib: Dr Ajnala
Khadoor Sahib, May 10
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will address an election rally at Kaka Kandiala village on the Tarn Taran-Amritsar road in the Khadoor Sahib Lok Sabha constituency on May 11. SAD candidate Dr Rattan Singh Ajnala claimed that the issue of the first Sikh PM would have no impact in Punjab in general and in Khadoor Sahib in particular.

Jaitley hits Punjabi chord
Gurdaspur, May 10
BJP all-India general secretary Arun Jaitley outdid several seasoned politicians in delivering an election campaign speech as he exhorted the Gurdaspur electorate to vote for Vinod Khanna at a rally held here last evening.

A Left party with different identity
Nawanshahr, May 10“Naxalbari Zindabad”, “Inquilab Zindabad” and “Lootu Hakam Murdabad”. Thus reads a poster of the CPI (ML) New Democracy, which is contesting three Lok Sabha seats.

Four former MPs canvass for Galib in Ludhiana
Ludhiana, May 10
Five former members of Parliament (MPs) are campaigning for SAD-BJP candidate Gurcharan Singh Galib here. "You reposed trust in us. We are telling you we trust this man," the five MPs appeal to voters at rallies.


COMMUNITY

Border farmers want annual compensation restored
Farmers of Ghazal village in the Khadoor Sahib constituency narrate their problems. Ghazal (Indo-Pak Border), May 10
Harbhajan Singh of this village has been facing numerous hardships for nearly two decades in cultivating his own land situated across the fencing on the Indo-Pak border. This small farmer of only 10 acres has been allowed restricted entry from 10 am to 2.30 pm to his fields which is the main reason for his plight.

Farmers of Ghazal village in the Khadoor Sahib constituency narrate their problems. Tribune photo: Pawan Sharma

Mind the heat, poll officers to voters
Ropar, May 10
In view of the heat wave and soaring mercury, election officers at Anandpur Sahib Lok constituency have appealed to the voters to come with drinking water bottles and packs of oral rehydration solvents (ORS).

SBI retirees want pension disparities removed
Chandigarh, May 10
A large number of pensioners from India’s largest bank, State Bank of India (SBI), continue to draw their pension at old rates. This has resulted in officers and staff getting pension that is lower than that of their counterparts who have retired in the same rank in recent years.

Punjab to provide paddy transplanters
Chandigarh, May 10
Having witnessed adverse impact on paddy sowing operations due to acute labour shortage during the last season, the Punjab government has now decided to focus on mechanical ways of crop sowing exercise by making available 700 paddy transplanters to the growers this Kharif season and providing subsidy on purchasing the same.

Hoshiarpur NRIs to boycott polls
Hoshiarpur, May 10
NRIs from Phagwara, Hoshiarpur, adjoining villages and towns falling under the Hoshiarpur Parliamentary constituency have pledged to boycott the Lok Sabha elections, following non-redressal of their property, matrimonial and other matters, including industrial projects.

NDA has emerged stronger: Badal
Moga, May 10
Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal while claiming that LK Advani will the next Prime Minister of the nation said the NDA had today emerged stronger after the Ludhiana rally, while the Congress-led UPA had started disintegrating even as the poll process was still in progress.

Noormahal Bypoll
Five file nomination papers
Chandigarh, May 10
Five candidates have filed their nomination papers for the Nurmahal Assembly constituency where by-election will be held on May 28. Rajwinder Kaur and Hardeep Kaur have filed their nomination papers as SAD candidates and Gurbinder Singh Atwal and Rajinder Singh as Congress candidates. Hans Raj has filed his nomination papers as a CPI (ML) (New Democracy) candidate and Harbans Singh as CPM candidate.

Manmohan ignores demand for Eelam
Tiruchi, May 9
Rejecting the demand of major political parties in Tamil Nadu including UPA ally, the DMK, for the creation a separate homeland for Sri Lankan Tamils, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today said it was not easy to march armies into a sovereign state.

8 CMs to woo voters for 9 Lok Sabha seats
Chandigarh, May 9
Eight Chief Ministers, presidents of seven political parties and several other leaders will be in Ludhiana tomorrow in a bid to woo voters in support of the SAD-BJP candidates for the remaining nine Lok Sabha seats from Punjab. Never before such a galaxy of political bigwigs has made its appearance at a single rally in this part of the country.

Taliban threat to ‘eliminate’ Gilani, Zardari
Islamabad, May 9
Angered by Pakistan government’s decision to launch an all-out war against them, the Taliban has vowed to “eliminate” the country’s top leadership, including President Asif Ali Zardari and Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani and their close family members

Varun keen to follow father’s footsteps
Favours conscription and controversial
sterilisation policy
London, May 9
Varun Gandhi, whose hate speeches landed him in jail, favours conscription and intends to follow footsteps of his late father Sanjay Gandhi by offering a strong leadership.

Karat takes a U-turn on backing UPA
Kolkata, May 9
Reversing his earlier stand, CPM general secretary Prakash Karat today did not rule out the possibility of supporting the UPA after the elections. Talking to mediapersons soon after landing at the Kolkata airport, Karat, in a reply to a pointed question about the Congress overtures, said, "Let the elections be over first. Let the results come. After that we will see."

Rahul seeks votes for Sikh Prime Minister
Congress general secretary Rahul Gandhi holds up a mace with party candidate Santosh Chaudhary in Hoshiarpur on Saturday.Ludhiana, May 9
Playing the Sikh card in Punjab, Congress general secretary Rahul Gandhi termed Lok Sabha election as the “elections of the Sikhs” and “for a Sikh Prime Minister, for Punjab’s own iron man Dr Manmohan Singh”.

Congress general secretary Rahul Gandhi holds up a mace with party candidate Santosh Chaudhary in Hoshiarpur on Saturday. Tribune photo: Pawan Sharma

Promises to have Buddha Nallah cleaned
Ludhiana: Congress general secretary Rahul Gandhi here today, addressing a rally held to seek votes for Manish Tewari, made a commitment to have the Buddha Nallah cleaned.

‘UPA govt dedicated 5 yrs to aam aadmi’
Hoshiarpur: “Your share of money from the Central government should reach you without pilferage. It is my dream. If a poor man gets his share of money, he can use it for the education of children, health, food and agriculture,” said All-India Congress Committee (AICC) general secretary Rahul Gandhi addressing a rally seeking votes for Santosh Chaudhary, Congress candidate from the Hoshiarpur Lok Sabha constituency, here today. AICC general secretary Mohsina Kidwai accompanied Rahul

Cong pursues politics of divide and rule: Sukhbir
Ferozepur, May 9
The Congress has always pursued the politics of divide and rule to retain power in the state and Centre, whereas on the contrary, the SAD has always worked for the welfare of people of the state, stated Deputy Chief Ministe and president of SAD Sukhbir Badal while addressing an election rally at Zira today in support of party candidate Rattan Singh Ajnala.

Capt refrains from personal attacks on Badal family
Moga, May 9
A highly placid Capt Amarinder Singh, who stayed away from personal attacks on the Badal family in Rahul Gandhi’s rally here this afternoon, has said he need not comment on what they (Badals) say out of their frustration due to the fear of losing the Lok Sabha elections.

Violation of Edict on Dera Sacha Sauda
Jathedar should summon Cong, SAD leaders: Tarlochan
Amritsar, May 9
Former chairman of the National Minority Commission (NMC) and Rajya Sabha member Tarlochan Singh today urged Jathedar, Akal Takht, Giani Gurbachan Singh to summon Congress and Shiromani Akali Dal leaders before the Sikh clergy for visiting Sirsa-based Dera Sacha Sauda for votes in Lok Sabha elections in violation of hukamnama (edict) that directed Sikhs to snap ties with the Dera.

‘Advani is communal, Manmohan secular’
Moga, May 9
Congress general secretary Rahul Gandhi praised Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, listing his qualities of being a Sikh, apparently to woo voters in Punjab.

COMMUNITY

Tragedy re-visits NH 95
Kharar, May 9
Tragedy struck once again at the same point near Khanpur village on National Highway 95 where one-and-a-half months ago Punjab Cooperation Minister Captain Kanwaljit Singh had died in a road accident.

Mangled remains of the car which collided with a truck on NH 95 near Khanpur village.
Mangled remains of the car which collided with a truck on NH 95 near Khanpur village. Tribune photo: Vicky Gharu

Paramilitary forces deployed in Amritsar, Khadoor Sahib
Jawans of paramilitary forces at the Golden Temple in Amritsar on Saturday.Amritsar, May 9
Twentytwo companies of paramilitary forces, including BSF, CRPF and police of outside states, have arrived in the border constituency of Amritsar that figures among “red alert constituencies”.


Jawans of paramilitary forces at the Golden Temple in Amritsar on Saturday. Photo: Vishal Kumar

MC ex-chief asks masses to exercise franchise
Amritsar, May 9
Former commissioner Amritsar Municipal Corporation KS Kang surprised many as he held a road show and organised nukkad nataks at various places in the holy city today educating the masses about the significance of exercising their franchise in the Parliamentary poll to be held on May 13.

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh called on Tamil Nadu Governor Surjit Singh Barnala, who has been admitted to a private hospital due to right knee joint surgery, in Chennai on Saturday.
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh called on Tamil Nadu Governor Surjit Singh Barnala, who has been admitted to a private hospital due to right knee joint surgery, in Chennai on Saturday. — PTI

NRIs descend on Doaba to root for PM
Jalandhar, May 9
Poll fever seems to have gripped non-resident Indians (NRIs), who have arrived here in large droves to support candidates of their choice.

CSF to man counting centres
Chandigarh, May 9
Counting of votes will take place in presence of the Central Security Forces (CSF), official sources confirmed today.

10 PCS officers join IAS cadre
Jalandhar, May 9
As many as 10 Punjab Civil Services (PCS) officers have made it to the IAS cadre. A meeting in this connection was held at the Union Public Service Commission in Delhi yesterday.

COURTS

War Widow’s Land
Dispossession unfair, HC tells Punjab
Chandigarh, May 9
The Punjab and Haryana High Court has found Punjab’s action of dispossessing a war widow “totally unfair”, predominantly when the government itself was allotting chunks of land to Scheduled Caste and Rai Sikhs.

Cases decided by civil courts
Writ not maintainable, rules HC
Chandigarh, May 9
The Punjab and Haryana High Court has ruled arguments advanced before a civil court and decided cannot be raised again in a writ petition under Article 226 of the Constitution.

CRIME

Talwandi Sabo MLA seeks CBI probe
Chandigarh, May 9
Congress MLA from Talwandi Sabo Jeet Mohinder Singh wants that the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) investigate the case registered against him.







 

 

 

 

 
 

 

 

 
 
 
 
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