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पँजांब सरकार ने किसान धरना समर्थन संबंधी अपने आदेश वापिस लिए

(चंडीगढ़,पँजांब)पँजांब सरकार ने किसान धरना समर्थन संबंधी अपने आदेश वापिस लिए
पंजाब के मुख्यमंत्री कैप्टन अमरिन्दर सिंह ने शनिवार को बी.डी.पी.ओ. का मुख्यालय में तबादला भी कर दिया
मुख्यमंत्री कैप्टन अमरिन्दर सिंह के नेतृत्व वाली पंजाब सरकार कोविड महामारी के चलते किसी भी रोष प्रदर्शन करने की बजाय सभी राजसी पार्टियों को ऐसे सार्वजनिक जलसे करने से परहेज करने का अनुरोध कर रही है।
वास्तव में डी.पी.ओ. ने 21 सितम्बर को धरने का ऐलान कर दिया और अपने ब्लॉक अधीन समूह पंचायत सचिवों को पत्र जारी करके सभी सरपंचों को इन धरनों में शामिल होने के लिए कहा।
सरकार के अनुसार कभी भी कृषि ऑर्डीनैंसों के खिलाफ ऐसे धरनों की योजना नहीं बनायी गई और न ही बी.डी.पी.ओ. को पत्र जारी करने के लिए कहा गया

कॉरोनानुसरों से पस्त पँजांब “कांग्रेस” और “आप” मे नूरा कुश्ती

#कोरोनापीड़ित पंजाबी
ओए झल्लेया! ये क्या हो रहा है?
#कॉरोनानुसरों से अस्पताल वाले धनाढ्य हो रहे हैं हम लोग एक लाख ₹ रौजाना देकर भी शव लाने को अभिशिप्त है। मोये #कोरोना प्रोटोकॉल के नाम पर अपने प्रियजनों को विदाई छोड़ो घर मे पंडित+काम वाली बाई भी आने को तैयार नही है ।इस महामारी में ये कांग्रेस और आम आदमी पार्टी कुछ सकारात्मक करने के बजाय आपस मे ही उलझ रहे हैं और हमारे जख्मो पर नमक छिड़क रहे हैं।खाक हो जाएंगे हम इनको खबर होने तक।
#झल्ला
भापा जी!आप जी का यह दर्द जायज है।दरअसल पंजाब और दिल्ली प्रदेश में हालात पर सरकारों का नियंत्रण नही दिख रहा। कैप्टेन साहिब आखरी सियासी पारी खेल रहे हैं।हर तरफ भयावह आपदा को सुनहरी अवसर में तब्दील करने की हौड़ है यूपी भी इस दौड़ में आगे है।
ऐसे में हमारा ध्यान भटकाने के लिए सीमा पर चीन और भारत की तरह मुल्क में भी नूराकुश्ती जरूरी है

Capt Amarinder Govt Failed to Handle Pandemic: SAD

(Chd,Pb)Capt Amarinder Govt Failed to Handle Pandemic: SAD
Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) president Sukhbir Singh Badal on Friday claimed that the Amarinder Singh government in Punjab had failed “miserably” in handling the COVID-19 pandemic.
Badal said the state has the highest fatality rate (2.95%) in the country and asked the chief minister to take stock of the situation on the ground.

“The Congress government’s strategy to counter COVID had been criticised by its own Health Advisor Dr K K Talwar, who had indicted the government for not tracing contacts of COVID cases in July and failure to manage micro-containment zones,” Badal said.
“Hospitals are facing a huge shortage of liquid oxygen with the demand going up to 100 metric tonnes against a supply of only 15 metric tonnes. Instead of raising this supply and ensuring oxygen supply to hospitals is put on the priority list, Capt Amarinder Singh is indulging in theatrics about the distribution of oximeters,” Badal added.

Punjab Ministers Saddles Their Horse For Bars

(Chd,Pb)Punjab Ministers Saddles Their Horses For Bars
A Group of Punjab Ministers has decided to recommend to the Chief Minister waiver of annual license fee of the Bars for the years 2020-21,
Similarly, quarterly assessed fee for the first two quarters i.e. April-June and July-September, 2020 to be charged from the Bars may be waived off, they have decided to suggest to the Chief Minister.
Bar Associations made their representation to the Group, comprising Finance Minister Manpreet Singh Badal, Housing & Urban Development Minister Sukhbinder Sarkaria and Forests and Printing & Stationery Minister Sadhu Singh Dharamsot.
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the hotels, restaurants and marriage palaces are closed since March, 2020, due to which the Associations said they were suffering heavy losses. Till date, business activity was at a standstill, they represented to the Group of Ministers.

Capt Govt Stops Affixing Posters to Ends Suffering of Home Isolation

(Chd,Pb)Capt Govt Stops Affixing Posters to Ends Suffering of Home Isolation
Covid patients in home isolation in Punjab will no longer have to suffer the fear and stigma of social isolation resulting from posters affixed at the entrance of their homes.
In a major step towards mitigating the stigma attached to the pandemic, Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Friday rescinded his government’s earlier decision of putting posters outside the houses of Covid patients under home isolation or quarantine. Posters where already affixed may be removed
The Chief Minister urged the people to continue taking all necessary precautions and follow all applicable guidelines for home isolation/quarantine notwithstanding the removal of the posters. Violation of these guidelines is a punishable offence under Disaster Management Act, Epidemic Diseases Act and IPC
It may be recalled that the Government of Punjab had recently allowed Home Isolation for asymptomatic/mildly symptomatic Covid patients, who did not suffer from any co-morbidities, as per the protocol of the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare and recommendations of ICMR. In fact, as the number of cases in the state continued to rise, home isolation for these patients was actively advocated and facilitated, with constant monitoring by Local Health Authorities. The monitoring was aimed at ensuring the best possible care for such patients in terms of environment, diet etc. and also to make sure that L3/ L2 beds were available for those who needed them. To make the community aware and act as a check on possible violation by the patient of the home isolation guidelines, posters indicating that a positive patient was under home isolation were being affixed on the front door of the house.

Pb’s Manchester Ludhiana Registered Highest 242 Covid19 +ve

(Chd,Pb) Punjab’S Manchester Ludhiana registered the highest number of 242 COVID-19 cases,whereas Eighteen out of the 106 more fatalities were in This Industrial Hub
Novel coronavirus toll in Punjab rose to 1,618 on Wednesday with a record 106 more deaths, while 1,514 new cases took the tally to 56,989,
There are 15,629 active cases of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) and 39,742 people have recovered so far, with 1,595 more patients recuperating from the pathogen, according to a medical bulletin.
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Number of Covid+ve MLAs/Ministers Rose to 29,Assembly Session Tomorrow

Chd,Pb)Number of Covid positive MLAs/Ministers rose to 29,
Punjab Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh on Thursday appealed to all other legislators who had come in contact with them to avoid attending the one-day Vidhan Sabha session tomorrow.
The protests by the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), led by their MLAs, were endangering the lives of people, said Captain Amarinder, pointing to the AAP dharnas in various parts of the state since August 20. With anything between 25 to 250 people present at each of these gatherings/dharnas, they had become tinder boxes for sparking further spread of the pandemic, said the Chief Minister, urging the party to call off their protests.
Captainpointed out that of the eight AAP leaders/MLAs who had spearheaded these day/night dharnas so far, two had already tested positive and each of them had come in contact with scores of other people till now. In terms of MLAs, 4 of AAP members (including on unattached) were Covid positive
The Chief Minister reiterated his appeal to all political parties to refrain from physical protests at this critical juncture, when cases in the state were spiralling and projected to see a major spike in the coming weeks.
During a VC Covid review meeting with the Chief Minister and other officials, Chief Secretary Vini Mahajan appealed to all political parties that their MLAs who had come in contact with Covid positive colleagues should reach the Assembly premises early for testing in case they wish to attend.

5 सितंबर को काला दिवस मनाएं ;अपीलफ़ॉरसपोर्ट

#अपीलफ़ॉरसपोर्ट
कृपया 5 सितंबर को #कालादिवस मनाएं
1947 के पीड़ितों के हक के #कंपनसेशनक्लेम लूटने के लिए इसी दिन 2005 में #कालाकानून थौपा गया
अधिकांश पीड़ितों के बचे खुचे वारिस आज भी सरकारी दफ्तरों+अदालतों के चक्कर लगा रहे हैं लेकिन न्याय नही मिल रहा ।मालूम हो के तत्कालीन भारत सरकार द्वारा क्लेम स्वीकारा गया उसे पाकिस्तान के साथ समझौते के तहत एडजस्ट किया गया जिसे पीड़ित को अलॉट किया गया मगर दिया नही ।ऐसी प्रॉपर्टी शत्रु सम्पत्ति में दर्ज नहीं हुई जिसे खुर्दबुर्द करने के लिए पटवारखानों में नाम मे हेरफेर करके नाजायज कब्जे करा दिए गए ।ऐसे अनेकों केस दिल्ली से लेकर चण्डीगढ में भरे हैं
ऐसी सम्पत्तियों के विषय मे RTIs में भी जानकारी नही दी जा रही ।गौरतलब है के 2005 में एक हाथ से RTI एक्ट दिया गया तो दूसरे हाथ से पीड़ितों के हक लूट लिए गए

Capt Announces ₹ 10 Lakh for Journalists Dying due to Covid19

(Chd,Pb)Capt Announces ₹ 10 Lakh for Journalists Dying due to Covid19
CCM of Punjab Capt Amrinder Singh Tweeted
Journalists have played an even more vital role in prevalent #Covid19 times by ensuring timely news to all. We have decided to pay ex-gratia of Rs 10 lakh to the family of any deceased journalist dying due to #Covid19. We thank all journalists for their courage & hard work.
Capt Has Condoled death of young Photo Journalist Jai Deep of Patiala

Punjab Govt Employees Suspends Agitation After Assurance

(Chd,Pb)Punjab Govt Employees Suspends Agitation After Assurance
Punjab government employees on Saturday suspended their agitation after they were assured by a minister that some of their demands will be met
Under the banner of the Punjab State Ministerial Services Union, they had gone on mass casual leave on August 19.
They had observed a pen-down strike from August 6 to 14 too.
We have decided to suspend our agitation from Saturday, union president Megh Singh said, adding that Cabinet Minister Tript Rajinder Singh Bajwa on Friday assured them that some of their demands will be met.
Notifications for these demands are expected to be issued on Monday, said Singh.
On reduction in their mobile allowance, Singh said a meeting will be held with state government representatives on Wednesday.
Employees have also been seeking the rollback of the decision due to which new recruits will be paid on a par with the central scale.
They have also been protesting the restructuring of departments and demanded the release of pending instalments of dearness allowance, arrears, implementation of the sixth pay commission recommendations and restoration of the old pension scheme.
On August 19, Finance Minister Manpreet Singh Badal had urged them to withdraw their agitation to help the state government in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.