Hoshiarpur: The Dairy Development Department had been providing financial assistance to farmers on dairy farming machinery.
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Residents of Saila Khurd hand over a memo to MP Manish Tewari regarding paper mills’ pollution pangs.

Harwinder Singh, Deputy Director, Dairy, said the department was providing 40 per cent subsidy on automatic silage baler. He said under the scheme any beneficiary, milk producer, entrepreneur/farm producer, self help group and milk cooperative society can avail the benefit. He said the beneficiaries should have at least 10 milch cattle, certificate of at least two weeks dairy training course from Dairy Development Board or GADVASU and a tractor of at least 50 hp. The department was also providing financial assistance on self propelled forage cutters, milk vending machines and single row forage cutters. He said that for more information one can contact the Office of Deputy Director Dairy in District Administrative Complex, 4th Floor, Room No. 439 during office hours or call on 01882-220025. OC

Action sought on paper mills

Garhshankar: Shri Anandpur Sahib MP and former Union Minister Manish Tewari has written a letter to CM Capt Amarinder Singh demanding action on paper mills causing pollution in Saila Khurd village of Garhshankar. A delegation had met MP Tiwari mentioning the problem being faced by residents. In the letter, Tewari wrote that according to the panchayats and people of different villages of Garhshankar subdivision, poisonous chemicals, dirt, gases etc. are taking a toll on the health of the people and animals. The villagers alleged that they had contacted officials concerned at the local level, but no action was taken. Tewari had sought departmental action against the accused officers. OC

Admissions open at Sainik Institute

Hoshiarpur: The District Defence Services Welfare Officer Colonel (retd), Dalwinder Singh, said admissions have started at Sainik Institute of Management and Technology, an Punjab Technical University accredited institute, for regular computer courses such as BSc (IT), PGDCA, and MSc (IT) for session 2021-22. Ex-servicemen, para military forces, SC and other students can take admissions for these courses by contacting the institute office between 10 am to 3 pm on Monday to Thursday with their original documents. Col Dalwinder Singh said the minimum educational qualification for the BSc (IT) course is Class XII, for PGDCA the eligibility if Graduation and for MSc (IT) is PGDCA or graduation is required. Interested students can contact the institute at 98157-05178, 9478618790 and 01882-246812 for more information. OC

1 booked for rash driving

Nawanshahr: A case was registered against a JCB driver in Rahon, Nawanshahr. The complainant, Manje Rishidev, told the police that his younger brother had gone to buy groceries and was hit by a JCB. He was commuting on his bike when the driver hit my brother and he died on the spot, the complainant said. A case under Section 279 (Rash driving or riding on a public way), and 304 (Causing death by negligence) was registered against the driver who fled from the spot after the incident. TNS

4 arrested with 107-gm heroin

Hoshiarpur: The Tanda police on Monday arrested four smugglers and seized 107 gram of heroin. Cops stopped a car passing through the Beas bridge on suspicion. During the search, 107 gm of heroin was found in the car. All four aboard the car were arrested. The accused have been identified as Sunil Kumar alias Neela Balala and Parvinder Singh residents of Dehriwal, Avtar Singh alias Sunny and Daljit Singh alias Monu, residents of Tanda. OC

Man killed in road accident

Hoshiarpur: A man was killed while another was injured in a road accident. The complainant, Surjit Singh, a resident of Dharampura village under the Bareta police station of Mansa, told the police that he was returning with his friend Ranjit Singh, a resident of Nurpur Khurd, Ropar, from a religious place on Sunday evening. When he reached near Adamwal, a car passing by hit them. They were admitted to a government hospital. Ranjit Singh, who was critically injured in the mishap, was referred to a private hospital where he died. OC

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