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Lok Sabha Elections 2019: AAP, SAD (Taksali), PDA struggles hard to find candidate from Ludhiana

Amarpreet Singh Makkar Ludhiana: Though only two months were left for Lok Sabha elections, the opposition party- Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), Shiromani Akali Dal (Taksali) and Punjab Democratic Allaince (PDA) struggle hard to find candidates from Ludhiana. Interestingly, no leaders from these parties desired to contest elections. Due to lack of interest of leaders, the

Demanding action against MLA Bains, Patwari’s intensifies protest

DP Correspondent Ludhiana : – Demanding action against Lok Insaaf party (LIP) MLA from Atam Nagar Simarjit Singh Bains, the large number of members of Revenue Patwar union and kanango association staged protest outside the office of Deputy Commissioner on Tuesday. The union also announced to continue the protest on Wednesday and Friday at all Tehsils of district Ludhiana. Leading the

Congress leader Cheema slams MLA Bains for ignoring his constituency

Congress leader Cheema slams MLA Bains for ignoring his Contituency. DP Correspondent, Ludhiana: Senior Congress leader Ishwarjot Singh Cheema has accused MLA from Atam nagar Simarjit Singh Bains for ignoring Atam nagar constituency.Cheema who is Chairman of Economic and Political Planning cell of Punjab Pradesh congress committee (PPCC) said that from last many years no

PSTCL Guest houses in shambles, not operational from past 3 years

Sukhpreet Singh: Despite maintaining and taking care of existing four transit campus (guest house) of Punjab State Transmission Corporation Limited (PSTCL) in four districts of Punjab, department is planning to build new transit campus in Rajpura substation. Importantly, existing guest houses are not operational from past 3 years due to non-availability of furniture and manpower.Four


Bains brother’s SYL Stand

Simarjit singh bains , the chairman of LOK Insaaf party has said to send the satluj-yamuna link canal bill to president after passing it in Vidhan sabha  and demand the constitutional opinion  under the section 78, 79, 80 of Punjab state Reorganisation  act and section of 14 of the 1956 act in this case.They have

`15.34 lakh on average spent by Punjab MLAs in assembly polls: ADR

The average poll expenditure of the 117 MLAs in Punjab in the recent state Assembly polls is Rs 15.34 lakh, i.e. 55 per cent of the expense limit, poll watch bodies ADR and NEW said here on Friday. “77 MLAs of Congress had an average poll expense of Rs 15.25 lakh, which is 54.5 per