More than 700 Safai Karamcharis given appointment letters

More than 700 Safai Karamcharis given appointment letters

Mohali: Fulfilling the long demands, today more than 700 Safai Karamcharis have been given appointment letters by Mohali MLA Balbir Singh Sidhu in presence of Mayor Amarjeet Singh Jeeti Sidhu.
There was happiness all over on the face of employees who got appointments letters today. It is pertinent to mention here that all the safai karamcharis have been recruited by the Municipal Corporation will work at DC Rates. Earlier, in the House meeting Mayor Mohali Amarjit Singh Jiti Sidhu had said that the recruitment process of Safai Karamcharis is in process.
Safai Karamcharis Union President Pawan Godyal said they are thankful to Congress Govt. and Balbir Singh Sidhu for this big achievement and will always stand with him.

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Mohali will be revived as Industrial hub: Kulwant Singh

Government not taking action against corrupt officials of Punjab Communications

Mohali : Aam Aadmi Party candidate from Mohali Kulwant Singh today held talks with Industrial workers of Mohali and assured that he would do his utmost to uplift Mohali as an Industrial hub.
AAP Candidate Kulwant Singh assured that full attention would be paid to the employment of industrial workers and added AAP would create more employment opportunities by promoting big and small scale industries. Kulwant Singh reminded that there was the time when Industrial Area Mohali had companies like Punwire, JCT, Power Pax, TCL etc. where thousands of workers were working, had been shut due to wrong policies of the governments and thousands of people working in such companies had lost their jobs.
Kulwant Singh said that AAP party leaders had also raised questions in the Assembly from the government regarding the scams taking place in Punjab Communications Limited (PUNCOM), a prominent public sector company in Mohali and also through the media, but no action is being taken against corrupt officials.
Kulwant Singh said that with the formation of AAP government in Punjab the closed Industrial units would be restarted and the Punjab Communications Company would not be allowed to shut down under any circumstances and strict action would be taken against its corrupt officials and said that his party is committed to towards the development of the industrial sector and the problems of the industrial workers would be addressed on priority basis.

Residents seek MC’s attention towards stray dog menace in Mohali

Mohali: Residents in Mohali allege that the stray dog problem in the city had gone out of hand, as packs of stray dogs roaming in the streets and parks make us feel very unsafe. Children can’t go to play in parks because of them.
Another resident added dog even can be seen attacking our cars and running after the bikes.
Residents added protection of citizens from stray dog menace should also be given equal priority. Who Cares????

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Night curfew in Tamil Nadu from tonight full lockdown on Sundays

Chennai: Tamil Nadu government has announced a night curfew (from 10pm to 5am) across the state starting from tonight and a full lockdown on Sundays, amid fast-rising COVID-19 cases. During these hours, only public transport, private bus services, fuel stations, ATMs, and essentials such as delivery of milk, newspapers would be permitted to function. 

Those working night shifts in essential industries have been advised to carry company-issued ID cards and vaccination certificates. The government has advised flight, bus, and train passengers travelling during the curfew/lockdown hours to carry their ticket copies to prove their credentials. Those who have valid travel tickets can use autos and taxis to get around during the curfew hours.

On Sunday lockdowns, only essential services would be permitted, besides online food delivery services and take-away at hotels, which can function between 7 a.m. and 10 pm. During Sunday lockdowns, even public transportation would be inoperative.

Only classes in grades 9–12th grade will be permitted to have in-person schooling. Training and coaching centres are not permitted to function. Buses, metros, and local trains can accommodate only up to 50% of their seating capacity. All colleges, other than medical and paramedical colleges, have been asked to remain closed till January 20th.

Government and private celebratory events for Pongal festivities are cancelled. All entertainment and amusement parks are closed. However, the public will be able to visit beaches alone for walking. All places of worship will be closed on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. 

Hotels, lodges, restaurants, clothing and jewellery stores, gyms, yoga centers, clubs, cinema halls, indoor stadiums, salons, spas, and beauty parlours will be limited to 50% occupancy.