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Congress Government in Punjab 2017-2022

Punjab Govt. and SAD (Badal) Engages in Legal Battle Over Faridkot Rally

Punjab government and Shiromani Akali Dal (Badal) are engaged in legal battle over SAD (B)'s political rally in Faridkot.

Punjab Govt. Denies Permission for SAD (Badal) Phol Khol Rally in Faridkot

Punjab government today denied permission to Shiromani Akali Dal (Badal) to hold its' "pol khol" rally in Faridkot on September 16.

Impunity to Police, Justice is the Causality: says Dal Khalsa

Dal Khalsa today castigated the Punjab government for giving ample opportunity to cops guilty of Behbal Kalan firing to get judicial relief.

Behbal Kalan Firing Accused Ex-SSP Charanjit Sharma Files Challenges Report of Justice Ranjit Singh Commission in High Court

Former SSP Charanjit Sharma and two others have filed a petition in Punjab and Haryana High Court challenging Justice Ranjit Singh Commission’s report.

Punjab Government Constitutes Five Member SIT for Beadbi and Firing Cases

Punjab Government constitutes a Special Investigation Team (SIT) comprising five officers under Director Bureau of Investigation Prabodh Kumar to investigate the criminal cases/FIRs related to sacrilege incidents and to ensure further legal action at the earliest.

Punjab Govt. & SGPC Declare Holiday On First Parkash Purab of Guru Granth Sahib Ji

The Punjab Government has declared a gazetted public holiday on the occasion of ‘First Parkash Purab of Sri Guru Granth Sahib ji’ on September 10 (Monday).

Dal Khalsa Tells Capt. Amarinder Singh to Release Sukhdev Singh Bhaur

Dal Khalsa today strongly condemned the Punjab government for arresting former general secretary SGPC Sukhdev Singh Bhaur under section 295-A and other provisions of Information Technology.

Punjab Ministers Continue to Pay Lip Service on Justice Ranjit Singh Commission Report

Some cabinet ministers of the Congress government continue to pay their lip service to Justice Ranjit Singh Commission's report on cases related to beadbi of Guru Granth Sahib and police firing at Kotkapura and Behbal Kalan in 2015.

Delhi Ex-Bureaucrats Missive to Punjab CM on Sacrilege Law “Misplaced and Insensitive”: Dal Khalsa

Dal Khalsa has termed Delhi ex-bureaucrats missive to Punjab CM urging withdrawal of Punjab’s sacrilege law as “misplaced and insensitive".

103 Seconds Interaction on Beadbi Issue Tells It All

The question here is that when Badals and Amarinder Singh have arrived on same pitch on Beadbi issues, who is behind it ‘from across the border’ or ‘from within the borders’?

Copy of Supplementary Final Report of Justice Ranjit Singh Commission

Justice Ranjit Singh Commission had submitted the first part of his final report on incidents of beadbi at village Burj Jawaharsingh Wala, Bargari, Gurusar, Mallke and incident of police firing at Kotkapura and Behbal Kalan to Punjab CM on 30 June 2018.

Police on Alert in Punjab as AAP Rebels and SAD (Badal) to Hold Protests Today

The police force has reportedly been put on high alert across the state in wake of protests call by two political opponent groups in the Punjab.

iHaryali App for iOS Launched; Now iPhone Users Can Also Get Free Plants in Punjab

Under his government’s flagship Ghar-Ghar Haryali mission to make Punjab clean, green and pollution-free, Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Thursday launched the iOS version of iHaryali mobile application to facilitate citizens who were using Apple mobile phones.

Legal Experts Express Divergent Views on Punjab Govt’s Ability to Withdraw Be adbi Cases from CBI

Divergent opinion has come up with regard to Punjab government's ability to withdraw investigation of cases related to beadbi of Guru Granth Sahib at Burj Jawarahar Singh Wala and Bargari villages in 2015.

Punjab Education Minister Hands Over Appointment Letters to 599 Teachers

Punjab Education Minister O.P. Soni today handed over appointment-cum-offer letters to 257 English and 342 Hindi subject teachers. He also handed over appointment letters to 6 clerks, 3 library restorers, 1 SLA and 16 class four employees on compassionate grounds. It is worth mentioning that appointment letters were given to 2082 teachers in Amritsar out of total 3582 teachers, whereas the matter related to English and Hindi subject teachers went to court. And today, after the court's verdict, the appointment letters were given to the remaining teachers in Mohali.

Punjab: Zila Parishad and Panchayat Samiti Elections to be held on Sepetember 19

The State Election Commissioner, Punjab, Mr Jagpal Singh Sandhu here today announced the schedule for the elections of 22 Zila Parishad and 150 Panchayat samitis. With the announcement of the schedule, the 'Model Code of Conduct' has come into force immediately in the State. The Code of Conduct would be in force till the completion of the electoral process.

Punjab CM Announces Police SIT For Probe Into Beadbi & Police Firing Incidents [Official Statement]

Punjab government today announced to take back investigation of Beadbi cases from the CBI and hand it over to a proposed Special Investigation Team (SIT) of the Punjab police.

CBI Probe Discarded, SIT to Investigate; Minister Bajwa Termed Sumedh Saini Killer, Demanded Arrest

Punjab state assembly today discussed the report of Justice Ranjit Singh Commission. Shiromani Akali Dal (Badal) staged walkout taking  a plea that they were being not allotted enough time.

Sikh Body Want Rahul Gandhi’s Host British MPs to Condemn His Denial of Congress Involvement in Sikh Genocide 1984

The Sikh Federation (UK) is asking constituents to question any MPs present at an event in the Grand Committee Room in Westminster last Friday and to urge the MPs concerned to condemn Rahul Gandhi for his outrageous and offensive denial of Congress involvement in the 1984 Sikh Genocide.

Behbal Kalan Firing: Punjab Govt. Send Notices to former DGP Sumedh Saini, 23 Other Cops

It is learnt that hours before Punjab CM Capt. Amarinder Singh tabled Justice Ranjit Singh Commission's report in Punjab State Assembly, the Punjab government today issued 'show cause notice' to former Punjab police chief Sumedh Saini and 31 other cops.

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