Bittu demands stern action against elements trying to disturb peace in Punjab

Friday, 07/06/2019

Ludhiana : Congress MP fro Ludhiana, Ravneet Singh Bittu has strongly condemned the happenings at Golden Temple on the anniversary of Operation Bluestar and urged the state government to take strong action elements who were trying to disturb peace in Punjab by raising provocative slogans. In an interview with a TV channel, who is grandson of the late Chief Minister of Punjab Beant Singh who was assassinated by terrorists in 1995, said that Simranjit Singh Mann and the likes of him were receiving funds from abroad to carry out his nefarious activities.

These people were trying to mislead the youth by promising them to settle in foreign countries or by offering them dollars. The government must be alert to their machinations.

He said there were cells in Europe, the US and Canada which were operating with the backing of Pakistan’s ISI. The government of India must take up this issue with the government concerned and deportation of such people who preach violence and secession. He said it was a matter of grave concern that on the occasion of Guru Nank Devji’s 550th birth anniversary Pakistan was planning to subject Sikh devotes from all over the world to Khalistani propaganda. The government of India should take appropriate steps in the matter.

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Balbir Sidhu agrees with expert’s recommendation for increasing legal age to buy tobacco from 18 to 21 years

Monday, 01/07/2019

Chandigarh : A consultation was held here on Sunday on ‘Why legal age to buy tobacco and legal nicotine products should be increased beyond 18 years?’ It was organised jointly by Department of Community Medicine and School of Public Health PGIMER, Chandigarh, State Tobacco Control Cell(STCC) Punjab and Strategic Institute for Public Health Education and Research (SIPHER).



Punjab-origin man pleads guilty to sex attack in UK

Friday, 12/07/2019

LONDON: An Indian-origin man who subjected a young woman to a violent sexual attack has pleaded guilty at the Leicester Crown Court and is due to be sentenced on August 16.