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Cop provides fodder for cows

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Chandigarh: An Assistant Sub-Inspector in Haryana has come to the aid of a 'gaushala' in Lalru. He donated eight quintals of dry fodder for starving cows. ASI Devinder Singh, who visits Chandigarh for the speech therapy of his 12-year-old daughter, learnt from news reports about the urgent need of fodder for starving cows as due to the lockdown, the supply of green and dry fodder was badly hit. Raju William, member, Punjab Gau Sewa Commission, said they were surprised when the Haryana cop approached them for sending the aid. TNS

Chaos at patiala railway station

Patiala: Migrants gathered at the Patiala railway station to board the Azamgarh-bound Shramik train without prior registration. Many turned up at the railway station to go to other states due to lack of information but had to return dejected. The administration had to deal with the rush of workers. Only registered migrants were allowed to board the train after the health check-up. TNS

Covid +ve Doc alleges poor facilities

Sangrur: A local doctor, who tested positive for Covid-19 and is in an isolation ward at Sangrur, has alleged lack of facilities. He said he would to flee from the ward if the authorities failed to provide him the required facilities. "I am pursuing MD at Vadodara in Gujarat and came back here on April 25. The authorities have not given me proper facilities in the ward," alleged Dr Sachin Garg. Senior Medical Officer Kirpal Singh said they had provided all facilities to the doctor. TNS

Some Sewa Kendras to open

Chandigarh: The Punjab Government has issued an advisory on maintaining hygiene and sanitisation at Sewa Kendras to ensure the safety of staff and citizens. The state government has planned a phased approach to resume the citizen-centric services provided by the kendras. However, only Sewa Kendras permitted by the government to resume services shall start operations as per the plan fixed by the authorities. TNS

Leader offers buses to ferry migrants

Muktsar: Shiromani Akali Dal's Gidderbaha constituency in-charge Hardeep Singh Dimpy Dhillon on Wednesday offered the local administration buses to his transport company to ferry stranded migrant labourers to their native places. "In a debate on a web channel on Tuesday, Congress MLA Amrinder Singh Raja Warring had expressed the state government's inability to arrange buses for stranded people. So, I offer my buses to the district administration for free," he said. TNS

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