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Bathinda: Members of the Punjab and UT Mulazam Sanghrash Morcha protested on Thursday in Mansa, Bathinda and Sangrur districts. The protesters demanded implementation of the 6th Pay Commission, regularisation of contractual workers and revival of pension scheme. Gurpiar Kotli, a union leader, said, "The government must stop privatisation of the government departments." TNS

8 held for peddling opium

Abohar: Eight persons, hailing from Jodhpur, were nabbed on Thursday for peddling drugs in Peelibanga. DSP Rashi Dogra said 5 kg of opium had been recovered from the gang of eight. The accused were travelling in two vehicles, both of which have been impounded. Booked under the NDPS Act, the accused have been remanded in police custody for three days. OC

Heroin worth Rs 30 cr seized

Fazilka: The BSF has claimed to have seized 6 kg heroin from near the India-Pakistan border on Thursday. The drug is worth around Rs 30 crore in the international market. One packet of heroin was found near the Samaske border outpost in the morning. Later, searches were launched and another five packets of the drug were seized. The packets were recovered from the paddy fields of farmer Gurdeep Singh. OC

Patient booked for lying

Muktsar: The police have booked a person for allegedly concealing the facts and lying to a nodal officer. The man tested Covid positive and told the Health Department that he had come into contact with just three other persons, but the staff found that four more people were living in the same house. Further, his wife and kid had not given their samples, reads the FIR. Besides he allegedly misbehaved with the Covid team. TNS

Restart pension: Teachers Sangrur: Members of the Government Teachers' Union met Punjab Aam Aadmi Party chief Bhagwant Mann on Thursday and sought his help to raise the issue of restarting old pension scheme. "Our leaders met Bhagwant Mann and requested him to raise our demand in the Parliament related to restarting of old pension scheme," said Devi Dayal of the Government Teachers' Union. TNS

Govt extends timeline for units

Chandigarh: Keeping in view the stress being faced by industry due to the Covid-19 outbreak, the state government has decided to further extend the timeline for units to migrate from Fiscal Incentives for Industrial Promotion (Revised) - 2013 to Industrial and Business Development Policy, 2017, till December 31. Industry Minister Sunder Sham Arora said units can avail of this last time extension as per prescribed procedure under the Detailed Schemes and Operational Guidelines, 2018. TNS

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