Farmer Snubs Minister, Says Against Graft System: The Tribune India
Palwal: A minister chairing the District Grievances and Redressal Committee (DGRC) monthly meeting and senior district officials were recently embarrassed when a complainant claimed his complaint might not be remedied and the accused could not be punished because corruption affected the system and the investigating official may also be involved with the accused. The sighting came after the minister told the complainant that a further investigation could be conducted by a senior marketing committee official if he was not satisfied. The complainant claimed he had a video of an official claiming money was given to everyone in the system and nothing could be done. The complainant, a farmer, lodged a complaint with DGRC last year, alleging corruption in the marketing committee and the loss of lakhs of rupees in the sale of his products. The case has been scheduled for the next meeting, it is revealed.
MC polls: training camp for the Vaish community
Jind: The Vaish community, known for its entrepreneurial skills and business, now aspires to take a greater part in politics. In view of the elections to be held for all municipalities, city councils and municipal corporations in the state, a special one-day training camp has been organized to train the candidates of Vaish Samaj who wish to stand for election. A leader of the Vaish community in Jind, Rajkumar Goel, said the camp was being held in Garaunda town, Karnal district, to introduce potential candidates on topics such as booth management, behavioral skills , personal development, etc. Goel said senior leaders have been invited to provide training. Hundreds of potential candidates from all over Haryana will attend this camp, he said.
Jhajjar youth take pride in defense services
Jhajjar: Known as the land of military personnel, Jhajjar has once again grabbed the spotlight with his several guys selected for important positions in the defense service. Significantly, the achievements of the local youth were also appreciated by Governor Bandaru Dattatreya, who congratulated Hrithik Dhankar’s parents, Aman Sehwag and Ashish Sehwag by phone. The trio belong to the village of Chhudani here and have been appointed lieutenant in the army. In addition, Sawan Mann from Lova Kalan (aviation officer), Nitesh Jakhar from Sunderheti and Akshay Kumar from Jatwada (both lieutenants) also brought laurels to the district. The former army chief, General Dalbir Suhag, also belongs to the village of Bishan in Jhajjar.
Indian Traditions Rooted in Spirituality: Min
Ambala: At the area’s youth festival, Education Minister Kanwar Pal Gujjar compared Indian traditions with New Year celebrations. “Our traditions have roots in spirituality. How will the New Year be celebrated? No one will do a havan, but will consume alcohol and create a nuisance. But when the Indian New Year comes, people will have a havan and even if they don’t, they will at least bake some candy.
FIR against namaz trouble for admn, cops
Gurugram: It’s been two weeks since CM Manohar Lal Khattar announced a friendly solution for namaz in the open row. There would have been no further communication on this matter, which aggravated the problems of the administration and the police. While authorities somehow managed to avoid the disruption, a series of complaints against the police began with Hindus across town filing FIRs against the open-air prayers, claiming it was okay. against the orders of the CM.