Punjab & Region

Punjab Govt to give relief to state residents by complete power rates: Partap Singh Bajwa

The Fact News Service
Batala, September 11

Partap Singh Bajwa said that Punjab government headed by Punjab Chief Minister Capt. Amarinder Singh would reduce the power tariff by providing relief to the domestic power consumers. He said that Punjab government was working to reduce the power tariff. He said that the state government has already worked for the betterment of the state and more public welfare decisions would be taken in the near future.

During a packed meeting at Maharaja Jassa Singh Ramgarhia Hall in Batala today, Bajwa said that the state government was also considering the demands of pay scales of government employees and confirmation of raw employees working in various departments of the state and it was hoped that it would be resolved soon.

Speaking of Batala city, Bajwa said that Punjab government had made major improvements in the infrastructure of the state in last four and half years. He said that on the occasion of 550th birth anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev a special grant was released by the Chief Minister for the city of Batala under which the city of Batala was being developed. He said that the ongoing development works in Batala city would be completed within next 2-3 months so that the people of Batala could benefit from the development works.

Partap Singh Bajwa said that he was doing his best to make Batala a district and he hoped that soon Batala would get its due. He said that his demand was being seriously considered by the Chief Minister and this legitimate demand of the people of Batala would be met. He said that a medical college would also be set up in Batala city for which the process was underway. Talking about reviving the industry of Batala. Bajwa said that Batala which was once known as an industrial city all over the world would be restored to its former glory. Bajwa said that Batala was the holy land of Guru Nanak Dev and no stone would be left unturned in the development of this historic and religious town.

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