Justice Ranjit Singh Commission visits Nawanshahr

January 12, 2018 09:43 AM

Punjab News Express/Verinder Sareen
NAWANSHAHR: Justice Ranjit Singh Commission of Enquiry appointed by the Punjab government to investigate incidents of sacrilege of holy Guru Granth Sahib and other religious texts in the state today visited five villages in the district here today where such incidents had taken place.

The Commission visited Garhi Kanugo, Zhander Kalan, Khotran, Talwndi Jattan and Saroya villages to record statements of people having knowledge about such incidents. In Saroya village, the Commission headed by Punjab and Haryana High Court Judge (Retd) Justice Ranjit Singh further asked the villagers to come to his office in Chandigarh on January 18 to further record their statements. SP (D) Manvinder Singh was also present.

Photos January 11-1 and 2: Justice Ranjit Singh Commission of Enquiry hearing the people in Saroya village of SBS Nagar (Nawanshahr) district on Thursday on incident of sacrilege of holy book in the village in the past

Portal and phone numbers on illegal mining released

The district administration here on Thursday released online portals and phone number for reporting cases of illegal mining in the district. ADC (G) Ranjit Kaur said that any complaint regarding illegal mining could lodged online portal PB-GRAMS, besides on phone number 01823-222272 on working days from 9 am to 5 pm and after 5 pm and on holidays on phone number 01823-221401.

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