Cong, AAP reject panel findings The Punjab Congress and the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) today rejected the Justice Zora Singh Commission report, calling it an eyewash. State Congress president Capt Amarinder Singh said, “The Commission has defeated the purpose it was constituted for. It appears to have worked overtime to hide what actually was needed to be revealed.” https://www.facebook.com/punjabnewsofficial/photos/a.1717845225128215.1073741826.1429051114007629/1799439490302121/?type=3
Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal approved Rs. 750 crore project for repair and strengthening of 6500 kilometer link roads in the state. Chief Minister also reviewed the ongoing Rs. 1115 crore project of strengthening of road infrastructure of 7825 kilometers link road and directed the authorities concerned to accomplish this project before 30 June. #AkalisforPunjab #AkalisDelivered #AkalisCommitted #PunjabBestinRoads
Markets end flat amid volatility; Nifty holds 8,100: Market ended marginally lower amid volatility extending the fall for fourth straight day dragged by metal and auto shares. However, value buying in financials and index heavyweight Reliance Industries helped cap the downside.
Political churning in Punjab seems to be paving way for the formation of a fourth front with the support of “splinter” but strong leaders who have parted ways with their parent political parties. #punjabnews #punjab #news #government http://thepunjabnews.in/news/aap-storm-may-give-rise-to-fourth-front
The Union Minister for Food Processing Mrs Harsimrat Kaur Badal today holding Congress responsible for 1984 anti-Sikh riots said that the files related to attack on Sri Darbar Sahib during the Op Blue Star should be made public so that the truth is brought before people. #Punjab #News
The Union cabinet on Wednesday approved up to 15% hike in basic salaries of central government staff and similar big raises in allowances and pensions that will benefit some 10 million employees. #punjabnews #punjab #news #government http://thepunjabnews.in/news/seventh-pay-panel-gives-up-to-15-hike-in-basic-salaries