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Monday, June 10, 2019

Now, cops hold ‘sangat darshan’ too


Now, cops hold ‘sangat darshan’ too

FAZILKA: The district police have adopted the “sangat darshan” route to address the grievances of people and to resolve cases lying pending for long. With an aim to offering timely justice to the aggrieved, the police organised “sangat darshan” at all police stations in the district on Saturday. People who had been making rounds of offices of senior officials, CIA staff, narcotics cell and police stations were invited. Fazilka SSP Deepak Hilori, who attended the camps in Fazilka, Abohar and Jalalabad, said as many as 860 complaints were taken up and most of these were resolved, while some of the remaining complaints would be resolved soon.

Putting statue back on pedestal

Abohar: The Association of Engineers, which has been lauded for its social welfare concerns, has now taken up the work of renovating the Major Surinder Prasad memorial at LIC Chowk here. Some miscreants had vandalised the memorial in 2012. Surinder Prasad was son of former MLA Master Teg Ram. Commissioned in the Army in 1963, he made supreme sacrifice during the Indo-Pak war in 1965. He was awarded Vir Chakra posthumously. His memorial was inaugurated by Lalita Shastri, wife of former Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri, in 1967. The association team comprising Ankur Garg, Karan Arora and Anil Vij inspected the renovation work on Sunday. It includes repair work of the statue, laying of floor tiles, LED lights and steel grill for which social activist Naresh Khurana assisted in arranging finances. 

Rising star, indeed

Faridkot: Twelve-year-old Aftab Singh of Deep Singh Wala village was recently announced the winner of reality TV show “Rising Star 3”. Belonging to a BPL family and youngest among other three finalists, Aftab learnt the singing from his father. He is a student of Class VII of the village government school. His father and forefathers used to earn their living by singing in marriages. Mesmerising the audience and judges of the TV show with his perfect renditions of Punjabi and Hindi melodies, won Rs 10 lakh cash prize and a trophy, which is enough to lift the economic condition of his family. A family in the village had donated 4-marla land to Aftab’s father. The family had raised a loan of Rs 2.75 lakh to build a two-room house. Impressed with Aftab’s singing, Bollywood star Salman Khan had announced to pay the loan, said Mohit Khunger, a friend of Aftab’s father.

Contributed by Praful Chander Nagpal, Raj Sadosh and Balwant Garg

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