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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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Wednesday, 03 June 2009

Pak frees 26/11 accused
Lahore HC says no proof against JuD chief Hafiz Saeed

Lahore, June 2
Hafiz Mohd SaeedIn a setback to the 26/11 probe, banned Jamaat-ud-Dawa chief Hafiz Mohd Saeed, who had been under house arrest for nearly six months for his suspected role in the Mumbai terror attacks, was today set free by the Lahore High Court. A close aide of 59-year-old Saeed, Col Nazir Mohammad (Retd), also held in connection with the same attacks, too, was set free.

A file photo of JuD chief Hafiz Mohd Saeed

Shocked India slams Islamabad
New Delhi, June 2
India’s worst fears have come true. Pakistan has once again ratcheted tension with India and given a body blow to any prospects of the resumption of the bilateral composite dialogue by allowing Hafiz Saeed, founder of the banned Jamat-ud-Dawa (JuD), to walk away a free man after his acquittal by a court.

 

Another attack as Oz plans tougher law
Melbourne, June 2
Another Indian student was attacked by a group of men here Tuesday even as the provincial government of Victoria pushed for a plan that would entail tougher sentences for hate crimes.

PMO under fire on RTI replies
New Delhi, June 2
The apathy towards the Right to Information (RTI) Act by the very same government departments which brought in the law to strengthen the common man has been visible over and over again in various decisions of the  Central Information Commission (CIC).

BJP picks Munda for Dy Speaker’s post 
New Delhi, June 2
Kariya MundaBJP parliamentary board met here today at the residence of Leader of Opposition LK Advani to recommend the name of its Khunti MP Kariya Munda for the Deputy Speaker’s post, offered earlier by the government to the Opposition.

Kariya Munda

Strike hits tourist arrivals in Valley
Srinagar , June 2
For Ajay Kumar and his seven colleagues from New Delhi visiting Kashmir, it has been a difficult time since Monday morning with the beginning of the general strike against the death of two women in the Shopian area of south Kashmir. The group, on a week-long tour to the valley, is waiting in a hotel room here for their scheduled departure tomorr

8-hr cut likely for areas with high power losses
Chandigarh, June 2
The Punjab State Electricity Board (PSEB) is mulling doubling power cuts in the localities with high incidence of power thefts, to save both money and power

Class X Exam Results
Two top positions go to boys
300 girls in merit list
Mohali, June 2
Boys achieved top two positions in results of class X examination of the Punjab School Education Board (PSEB), declared here today.

Study in Australia
Students have second thoughts
Bathinda, June 2
The students planning to go to Australia for studies are having second thoughts following incidents of racist violence there .

Racial attacks in Australia
Family fears son too must have been a victim

Kurali, June 2
Balwant Singh, an officer posted with Markfed, curses the day he allowed his son Maninderpal Singh, alias Sunny, to board a flight to Melbourne, Australia. Two years hence, after Sunny was found dead under mysterious circumstances on railway tracks in Lloyd Street, Kensington, on May 29, 2008, Balwant Singh feels that his son was also a victim of racist attack.


Maninderpal Singh’s parents with his photograph. Maninderpal died under mysterious circumstances in Australia last year. Photo by the writer
 Maninderpal Singh’s parents with his photograph.  Maninderpal died under mysterious circumstances in Australia last year.

‘Don’t politicise attacks on Indians’
Chandigarh, June 2
Terming the racist attacks on Indians in Australia as unfortunate, Leader of the Opposition in Punjab Assembly Rajinder Kaur Bhattal today said the issue should not be politicised and asked political parties to play a proactive role in reducing tension and unite to fight against the situation.

Pak national in state guest house
Punjab Chief Secy seeks report
Chandigarh, June 2
Punjab Chief Secretary Ramesh Inder Singh has asked director, hospitality, Punjab, to submit a report on the case of a Pakistani national booking into and leaving the state guest house without giving any details of his identity and without paying the bills

Entrance exam dates clash
Bathinda, June 2
This year too dates of examinations for various medical and engineering colleges clash. It has created panic among students. Date of entrance examinations fixed by the Longowal Institute and the Punjab Technical University’s (PTU) JET is the same - June 6. Students, who have filled forms for these examinations blame the PTU for this.

Thermal plant fly ash — Bane of Bathinda
Children more susceptible to respiratory, eye ailments
Bathinda, June 2
Polluted air here is causing respiratory and ophthalmic diseases, particularly among children. According to doctors almost every second child visiting a paediatrician or general practitioner, shows symptoms of respiratory or ophthalmic diseases and the incidence was increasing.

Cremation of Sant
Traffic diversion for tomorrow
Jalandhar, June 2
The police has made elaborate arrangements for a smooth movement of traffic on June 4 in view of the cremation of Sant Rama Nand at Ballan village on the Jalandhar-Pathankot highway.

Final Phase of Galliara Project
150 shops to be razed by June 30
Amritsar, June 2
At least 150 shops opposite Golden Temple will be demolished by the end of this month to complete the last phase of the Galliara Yojna. The brainchild of the Central government, the Golden Temple Beautification Plan, also known as the Galliara scheme, was announced with much fanfare in June, 1988, after Operation Black Thunder. Its objective is to remove all narrow lanes and bazars, which proved a hindrance for the security forces during Operation Bluestar.
A shop to be demolished for the last phase of the Galliara project in Amritsar. Photo: Vishal Kumar
A shop to be demolished for the last phase of the Galliara project in Amritsar.

‘Maryada violated’
Badal sitting in chair before Guru Granth Sahib
Amritsar, June 2
Hailing statement of former Jathedar Akal Takht, Bhai Ranjit Singh, former chairman, Gurdaspur Improvement Trust Neeraj Salhotra yesterday said such persons were needed to lead the Sikhs.

Anganwadi workers against food supply through NGOs
Chandigarh, June 2
Protesting against the proposal of the Punjab government to supply food to the anganwadi centres through NGOs, score of anganwadi workers from across the state gheraoed the Social Welfare Department Office in Sector 34, here today. It is learnt that Milkfed supplies milk, panjiri, sugarfed sugar, wheat and rice from the FCI to the anganwadi centres as part of the feed. They are government suppliers and the workers are agitated with the step of providing the task of distribution to private parties.



Anganwadi workers protest outside the Social Welfare Department office in Sector 34, Chandigarh, on Tuesday. Tribune photo: Manoj Mahajan
Anganwadi workers protest outside the Social Welfare Department office in Sector 34, Chandigarh, on Tuesday.

Sirhind canal to become pollution-free
Ropar, June 2
Taking a note of sewerage and wastewater from villages being dumped into Sirhind canal, which originates in Sirhind and ends in Ludhiana, the rural development and panchayat department has taken up a project to save it.

7 more cases of jaundice detected in Lehragaga
Sangrur, June 2
The Health Department today detected seven more jaundice cases detected in Lehragaga , 40 km from here. With this number of jaundice cases in a fortnight has risen to 21 in Lehragaga. Three cases were detected yesterday while remaining 11 cases were detected earlier.

 

 


 

 

 
 
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