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Man held with 20 liquor boxes

Chandigarh: A person was arrested by the UT police whereas illegally carrying 20 containers of liquor in an i20 automotive. In accordance with the police, Banti Kumar (34), a resident of Majri chowk, Panchkula, was arrested close to a wine store in Daria after liquor containers have been recovered from his automotive. A case underneath the Excise Act has been registered towards him on the Industrial Space police station. TPR

Biker dies in hit-and-run

Chandigarh: In a hit-and-run case, a motorcyclist died after being hit by an unidentified car on the Sector 20/30 gentle level on Wednesday. The sufferer has been recognized as 68-year-old Neelkanth, a resident of Kharar. He was getting back from Saketri when the accident occurred. He owned a division retailer in Kharar. A case has been registered. TPR

Juvenile held for homicide

Chandigarh: A juvenile has been apprehended for the homicide of a 20-year-old youth that was reported on September 16. The sufferer, Karan, was stabbed at Dadu Majra Colony in Sector 38 (West). A homicide case was registered on the Maloya police station. The juvenile was apprehended on Tuesday. He has a tainted previous and has been sentenced to 3 years in a homicide case that was reported in 2017 in an space falling underneath the jurisdiction of the Sector 39 police station. TPR

Three snatchers in police internet

Chandigarh: Three youths have been arrested by the native police for allegedly snatching cellphones. A workforce of the crime department arrested Anil Kumar (23), a resident of Balongi, Mohali, and Gulshan Kumar (19) and Mohammad Irshad (18), each residents of Maloya Colony, who had snatched cellphones on September three and Four from an are falling underneath the Sector 26 police station. They have been nabbed from Maloya. The snatched telephones and the motorbike used within the crime have been recovered from them. TPR

New covid-19 testing centres

Mohali: With the addition of three particular open-air testing centres and a drive-through testing facility, the Mohali administration has enhanced the testing facility. “Aggressive Covid-19 sampling mandates ample testing amenities. So, now we have elevated the testing centres. The brand new testing centres have been arrange in grounds and stadia,” stated Deputy Commissioner Girish Dayalan. With this, the district now has 13 testing centres, together with 16 non-public ones and 6 authorised labs. “A drive-through testing facility has additionally been arrange on the Sector 78 sports activities complicated,” he stated. TPR

Man arrested with opium

Chandigarh: A Mani Majra resident was nabbed by the Operations Cell of the UT police whereas possessing opium. The suspect, recognized as Pawan Kumar, alias Bagga, a resident of Shanti Nagar, Mani Majra, was arrested from close to the Bitta petrol pump in Mani Majra whereas possessing 200-gm opium. TPR

Fireplace engulfs home in Sec 21

Chandigarh: Fireplace engulfed the highest ground of a Sector 21 home on Wednesday. Fireplace tenders have been rushed to the spot and the flames have been doused in 15 minutes. Nobody was injured, however a portion of the home suffered damages. Sub-fire officers Gurmit Singh and Naresh Kumar led the cost and introduced the state of affairs underneath management. Although the precise reason for the hearth will not be identified, firemen stated quick circuit might be the potential purpose. TPR

Man submits faux papers, booked

Chandigarh: A person has been booked by the native police for allegedly submitting solid paperwork whereas making use of for an EWS flat. The suspected submitted solid paperwork within the title of his spouse, who had handed away in 1990. In accordance with the police, a grievance was obtained from the Naib Tehsilar, Property Workplace, in Sector 17, who reported that Lal Chand, a resident of Colony No. 4, had utilized for the allotment of an EWS flat underneath the Small Flats Scheme in 2011. A case has been registered towards the suspect. TPR

600 apprised of housing scheme

Chandigarh: Practically 600 individuals have been educated in regards to the Credit score Linked Subsidy Scheme (CLSS) underneath the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojna (PMAY-City). Yashpal Garg, Chief Government Officer, Chandigarh Housing Board (CHB), stated in the course of the two-day camp, round 600 individuals have been educated by financial institution and CHB officers in regards to the scheme and the advantages offered underneath varied classes (EWS, LIG and MIG). TPR

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