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Abohar: Hundreds of cops and social activists on Saturday participated in a 10-km cycle rally that was organised under the "Mission Fateh" to motivate people to use masks while moving out of their houses and follow social distancing norms. SP Manjit Singh said it was necessary that people should wear masks and do not spit at any place. Strict action would be taken against those who violate these orders. OC

Youth held with heroin

Muktsar: A youth belonging to a politically active family of Chak Mahabadhar (Jheendwala) village here was held with one-gram heroin and 39 sedative pills at a naka at Sraianaga village on the Muktsar-Kotkapura highway on Thursday. Bariwala police have registered a case against Lokkinder Singh in this regard under the NDPS Act. TNS

Migrant found dead

Muktsar: A 50-year-old migrant labourer was found dead under mysterious circumstances at his residence near Danewala chowk in Malout town on Saturday. Sources said Sham Lal's body had some injury marks. The police have started investigations. TNS

Won't rejoin SAD: Brahmpura

Chandigarh:The SAD (Taksali) on Saturday said like-minded leaders, who left the SAD over their differences with the Badals, were still firm on issues over which they left the Akali Dal. Former MP Ranjit Singh Brahmpura said desecration of holy books, firing incidents in Bargari and Behbal Kalan, pardon to the Sirsa dera chief, and deviation of the party from its Panthic principles under the leadership of the Badals forced them to part ways. He ruled out the possibility of rejoining the SAD. TNS

Finish projects by June 30: CM

Chandigarh: Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Saturday directed the ACS, Local Government, to accelerate the pace of ongoing projects under Phase I of the Urban Environment Improvement Programme (UEIP), and set a deadline of June 30 for their completion. While reviewing the progress of the UEIP, Capt Amarinder also asked the ACS to submit the remaining proposals under Phase-I to the Punjab Infrastructure Development Board by June 15. TNS

Rs 29-cr facelift for Anandpur Sahib

Anandpur Sahib: Speaker Rana KP Singh and Tourism Minister Charanjit Singh Channi laid the foundation for a number of beautification projects near Gurdwara Sis Ganj Sahib here recently. The cost of construction of the projects is estimated to be worth Rs29 crore. Rana said the projects would be accomplished by the Punjab Heritage and Tourism Promotion Board. The projects include beautification of roads connecting Gurdwara Takht Sri Kesgarh Sahib, Bhora Sahib and Fatehgarh Sahib. TNS

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