Cannabis seller caught on camera in reserved Zirakpur
Zirakpur Police said the complainant claimed to have made the video of the drug dealer following an appeal by Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Singh Mann to expose the smugglers and dealers.
Zirakpur police have arrested a drug dealer after a resident posing as a fictitious customer caught him selling cannabis. However, the peddler managed to flee from the place.
Police said the complainant claimed to have made the video of the drug trafficker following Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Singh Mann’s appeal to expose the smugglers and dealers.
ASI Investigator Naib Singh said Dhakoli resident Rajan Jaiswal said he and his friend were near a slum when they learned that a drug dealer was selling cannabis to slum dwellers. He went to the slum as a decoy and demanded that the cannabis was worth ₹100 from the peddler. When his friend started filming, the drug dealer became suspicious and fled.
ASI said that after recovering 6 grams of cannabis purchased by the complainant, a case was filed against the unidentified accused based on video and a hunt for him was launched.
Chandigarh: Ministry of Education officials inspect infrastructure of 5 public schools
To ensure that the infrastructure of public schools in Chandigarh is upgraded before they reopen after the summer holidays, UT Secretary of Education Purva Garg along with the Director of School Education Harsuhinder Pal Singh Brar, Chief Engineer of UT CB Ojha and other officials visited five schools on Thursday.
Chandigarh: A shorter route to the airport is in the works, says UT at High Court
Appearing before the High Court of Punjab and Haryana regarding the status of different infrastructure projects related to Chandigarh International Airport, the UT administration informed the court on Thursday that an itinerary shorter to the airport was in preparation. In March, SC had requested further progress reports from UT on airport-related projects. The instructions came on a 2015 public interest litigation by Mohali Industries Association, alleging lack of facilities at the airport.
Gulzar Inder Chahal elected president of PCA
Former cricketer and actor Gulzar Inder Singh Chahal, 39, was unanimously elected as the new president of the Punjab Cricket Association on Thursday. Gulzar succeeded well-known industrialist Rajinder Gupta, who resigned in April after his term ended. Four other officers, including Vice President Gagan Khanna, Secretary Dilsher Khanna, Joint Secretary Surjit Rai and Treasurer Rakesh Walia, were also elected at the PCA’s Annual General Meeting in its phase stadium. 9, Mohali.
AK-47 magazine recovered is that of Nishan Singh’s weapon: Mohali Police
Further questioning of the five associates of gangster Lakhbir Singh, who were arrested on Wednesday, revealed that the AK-47 magazine recovered from them was the rifle recovered from Nishan Singh, arrested earlier in May for providing logistical support to the RPG attack to the Punjab Police. intelligence headquarters in Mohali. According to police, his associate, Nishan and Lovejeet Singh, alias Love, 20 knew each other and worked for a close associate of Khalistan terrorist Harvinder Singh Rinda, Landa, who operates from Pakistan.
In Panchkula, the Housing Board has created a hotspot for protesters
Over the past year, Panchkula has witnessed more than 68 protests. What remained the common factor between them was the protest site – the Housing Board chowk. Instead of using the designated dharna ground, the protesters chose the chowk – the main connection point between Chandigarh and Panchkula – leaving hundreds of commuters badly harassed. Water cannons were used at least eight times against protesters near the Housing Board chowk.