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Punjab Police on high alert in Dera Sirsa chief's verdict

Punjab Police on high alert in Dera Sirsa chief’s verdict

Punjab Police on high alert in Dera Sirsa chief’s verdict as Millions of people reaches Panchkula to hear the decision. There is strict watch on the outsiders. DGP Suresh Arora writes a letter to senior police officers. He said that there is need to maintain law and order concrete arrangement.Punjab CM Captain Amarinder Singh appeals

Kisan Union took out Flag March at Lehragaga

Kisan Union took out Flag March at Lehragaga

Bharti Kisan Union Unity organized a flag march to Vigilance Blocks in different villages. It was led by President Bahal Singh Dhindsa. This flag march has started from the Grain market in Lehragaga and went to different villages through the city. Farmer leader Bahal Singh Dhindsa and Janak Singh Bhutal said that the debt reliefs

BSF, Pak Rangers hold flag meet in Jammu

For all the Latest news download Daily Post news app:- Click For Android Click For IOS BSF, Pak Rangers hold flag meet in Jammu. Jammu, Jul 17 (PTI) The BSF and the Pakistan Rangers today held a flag meeting in Samba sector along the International Border here and “committed” themselves to maintaining peace on a day

Jalandhar: Businessman shot dead even as police and paramilitary flag-march nearby; city in grip of fear

Jalandhar: Leaving the question mark on the functioning of local police, a bike borne armed man shot a businessman just around 200 metres away away from the flag march of police and paramilitary forces. After accomplishing their mission, the shooter had a joy ride on his bike right under the nose of police, causing a big embarrassment to

Breaking: Gun fire during flag march in Jalandhar

Jalandhar: A firing incident took place during the flag march by security forces here on Friday morning. While the flag march was on at the BMC Chowk, shots were fired at the nearby Company Bagh Chowk, nearly a kilometer away from the flag march.  Though the perpetrators of the firing incident were still to be