AAP: CM to look into Sangrur college issue - ECAS Punjab

AAP: CM to look into Sangrur college issue

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Phagwara

The Leader of Opposition, Harpal Cheema, said CM Capt Amarinder Singh had given an assurance of looking into the matter of Akal Degree College for Women putting an end to BA degree course in the college. The reply has come in response of Cheema's letter to the CM, wherein he had brought forward the college's decision to stop offering the BA degree course. OC

Chandigarh

1,451 shops raided, stale food items destroyed

Commissioner, Food and Drug Administration, Punjab, Kahan Singh Pannu said shopkeepers had been directed to strictly follow social distancing guidelines, wear masks and use hand sanitisers. He said from May 1 to 31, food safety teams conducted checks at 1,451 shops and disposed of stale items, including 22-quintal fruit and vegetables, milk and milk products, 419-litre soft drinks, oil, 167 namkeen packets, biscuits and masala. TNS

Chandigarh

2,850 units collected on World Blood Donor Day

On the occasion of World Blood Donor Day, Health Minister Balbir Singh Sidhu said blood donation camps under 'Mission Fateh' were being organised across the state. He said special passes had been issued to donors by blood banks for unhindered movement during the weekend lockdown. He said over 2,850 units of blood had been collected today. "People can download eRaktkosh app to know about the registration process, nearby blood banks and information on blood donors," said Sidhu. He said there were 124 licenced blood banks in the state. TNS



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