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Now, Cong promises ‘achhe din’


Now, Cong promises ‘achhe din’

Jalandhar: With a few days left for polling in the state, the Congress has started picking the BJP's 2014 campaign tagline. AICC spokesperson and Mumbai-based leader Charan Singh Sapra on Tuesday made a statement that "achhe din" were around the corner. Hailing from Jalandhar, AICC spokesperson Charan Singh Sapra is campaigning for Punjab candidates. In city, he campaigned for Chaudhary Santokh Singh where he said, "Achhe din aane wale hai kyonke jhoothe din jane wale hain (Good days are about to come as days of false promises are set to end)." TNS

Akalis face music over noise pollution

Ropar: Assistant Returning Officer-cum-SDM Harjot Kaur has seized the public address system of the Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) following a complaint that the volume of speakers at their rallies was beyond permissible limit.  Officials of the Punjab Pollution Control Board noticed that the volume of loud speakers at SAD meetings at Kalma, Jhajj and Mankheri villages on May 6 was more than the permissible limit resulting in noise pollution. Following this, a show-cause notice was issued to the party as well as party candidate Prem Singh Chandumajra. The SAD in its explanation had stated that the violation was unintentional as they were not aware of the permissible limit of sound volume. Harjot Kaur said after receiving the reply the public address system of party was confiscated on Tuesday. TNS

EC warns Fatehgarh Sahib candidate Dr Amar Singh

Chandigarh: The Election Commission of India on Tuesday issued warning to Congress candidate from Fatehgarh Sahib Dr Amar Singh to be careful in future while making any statements during election campaign. Chief Electoral Officer Dr S Karuna Raju said in a press release that SAD leader Darbara Singh Guru had submitted a complaint against Dr Amar Singh claiming that he made objectionable remarks against him at an election meeting in Sangrur on April 22. Dr Raju said Dr Amar Singh had tendered unconditional apology to the commission for any lapse on his part in this matter. The CEO said the commission had warned him to be more careful in future while making any statements during election campaign. TNS

Christian body extends support to Cong

Phillaur: The Punjab Christian Movement on Tuesday extended support to Congress candidate Santokh Singh Chaudhary in the presence of PPCC general secretary Vikramjit Singh Chaudhary. In a meeting here, the Christian body unanimously declared support to Chaudhary. Vikramjit said as the community had significant presence in Jalandhar Cantonment, the move would boost the Congress' poll prospects. Movement cheif Hamid Masih said "The SAD-BJP always treated the community as vote bank." OC

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