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COVID-19 Masks: Punjab Govt. Has Collected More Than Rs. 1 Crore As Fine

In a press release issued today, the Punjab government said that it has collected more than Rs. 1 Crore as fines from people who were not wearing masks that have been made mandatory by the government in wake of COVID-19.

Mohali Police Torture Journalist Major Singh in Police Station

Two ASIs of Mohali police are accused for torturing a senior Punjabi journalist in the police station. Major Singh, district incharge of Punjabi vernacular Rozana Pehredar said that he was covering an issue at Phase 4 Mohali Gurdwara Sahib when ASI Om Parkash and ASI Amar Nath snatched his mobile.

Rule of Bureaucracy under Badals Not Different Under Amrinder Singh

It is rare happening in the past four decades when Punjab ministers forced a defiant Chief Secretary representing ‘real governance’ to be removed from office.

Sumedh Saini Case: Eye-witness Records Statement with Investigation Officer

An eye-witness against former DGP Sumedh Saini has recorded her statement with the investigation officer of the Punjab police. Advocate G. K. Mann and her husband were arrested along with deceased Balwant Singh Multani in 1991, when Sumedh Saini was SSP of Chandigarh.

Diversification Plans Dumped?: Punjab Government Prepones Paddy Plantation by 10 Days

Punjab has been facing ground water crisis for past few decades. The crisis is largely attributed to 'wheat-paddy crop circle'.

Close Associate of Badals, Satnam Singh Kaler Defended Many ‘Killer Cops’

Advocate Satnam Singh Kaler may have withdrawn from the defence of former DGP Sumedh Saini but controversy triggered by his move to appear for Saini refuses to die down.

Under Fire, Sumedh Saini’s Lawyer Steps Back From Defending Ex-DGP

After facing severe criticism from Sikh circles, Advo. Satnam Singh Kaler, who is also chairman of Sikh Gurdwara Judicial Commission, announced to withdraw from defending Ex-DGP Sumedh Saini.

Facts Trash Baseless Propaganda Against Hazur Sahib Sikh Sangat [SPECIAL VIDEO REPORT]

While the Indian Media continues with its vilifying propaganda against Hazur Sahib Sikh sangat that recently returned to Punjab, new information is surfacing which could help in unfolding the mystery surrounding the source of COVID-19 infection that has led to a sudden rise in the number of positive cases in Punjab.

Send Police Team to Delhi to Arrest Saini: Dal Khalsa writes to CM Amarinder Singh

Dal Khalsa spokesman Kanwar Pal Singh has urged the Chief Minister Amarinder Singh to arrest and prosecute ex-DGP SS Saini as merely registering FIR against him means nothing.

Badals Connection: Gurdwara Judicial Commission Chairman Defending of Sumedh Saini in Court

Sumedh Saini's close association with Badal family led Shiromani Akali Dal (Baldal) was so open that Saini is often termed as 'darling of Badals'. During their rule in Punjab, Badals saved Sumedh Saini from legal proceedings in Balwant Singh Multani's enforced disappearance case.

What Punjab CM Amarinder Singh Says About Case Against Ex-DGP Sumedh Saini?

Former Punjab police chief Sumedh Saini is booked by Mataur police in a 1991 case related to enforced disappearance of Balwant Singh Multani. The FIR No. 77 (PS Mataur) is registered on 6 May 2020 on a complaint filed on 5 May 2020 by Balwant Singh's brother Palwinder Singh Multani.

Sumedh Saini- An instrument of Indian State, Darling of Badals and a Killer cop is Finally Booked: Dal Khalsa

Commenting on registration of FIR against former Punjab DGP Sumedh Saini, pro-freedom Sikh group Dal Khalsa said: “[s]ins of notorious cop SS Saini have come to haunt him after a long period".

Copy of FIR No. 77 (PS Mataur, Mohali) Against Ex-DGP Sumedh Saini

An FIR is registered against former Punjab police chief Sumedh Sahini at Mataur police station in Sahibzada Ajit Singh Nagar (Mohali).

Sumedh Saini on the Run After FIR in Enforced Disappearance Case; Denied Entry in HP

It is learnt that the Punjab Police have registered a criminal case against former DGP Sumedh Saini in connection with the disappearance of Balwant Singh Multani in 1991.

Legal Experts Say Police Going Lenient on Sidhu Moosewala, Singer Could Face 10-14 Years if Booked under Arms Act

Punjab police maintained that it acted promptly against ‘controversial Punjabi pop singer’ Sidhu Moose Wala and booked him after a video went viral showing Moosewala firing an AK47 with the help of police personnel.

Under Fire, Sri Mukatsar Sahib DC Regrets Reference to Sikh Gurdwaras in Liquor Home Delivery Announcement Order

District Deputy Commissioners office invited strong condemnation after it issued an order saying that announcements of home delivery of liquor from loudspeakers of 'religious places'. As religious places includes Sikh Gurdwara Sahibs, the order was strongly criticised by Sikh netizens.

Another FIR Against Singer Sidhu Moose Wala But Arms Act Sections Still Missing

As per reports, Punjab police have registered another FIR against Punjabi singer Sidhu Moose Wala for violating curfew at Dhuri police station after his another video went viral on Tuesday.

Sidhu Moose Wala Turns Controversial for Punjab Govt.; Police Still Offering Favour

Punjab police personnel allowed Sidhu Mossewala to use sophisticated automatic weapons and extended him help in shooting target in a training range. This venture took place at Badbar shooting range on May 4 amidst lockdown and curfew in Punjab. The shooting was arranged by a Punjab police DSP.

Special Report: Covid19 Infection in Sikh Sangat from Hazur Sahib, Newly Surfaced Evidence Point to Blunders of Political Leaders and Punjab Government Authorities

While the Indian Media continues with its vilifying propaganda against Hazur Sahib Sikh sangat that recently returned to Punjab, new information is surfacing which could help in unfolding the mystery surrounding the source of COVID-19 infection that has led to a sudden rise in the number of positive cases in Punjab.

Joint Statement on Vilifying Propaganda Against Hazur Sahib Sikh Sangat and Targeting of Minorities by Indian Media

About two dozen people from various walks of life have issued a joint statement rejecting vilifying propaganda against Sikh sangat that is recently brought back to Punjab by the government.

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