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  • Punjab government changed the time period from 6 am to 6 pm instead of 7 pm, the order will not apply in the Containment Zone
  • The number of corona infects in the state has now reached 2022, of which 35 people have died so far.

Dainik Bhaskar

May 16, 2020, 05:59 PM IST

Jalandhar. Saturday is the third day of the third phase's nationwide lockdown to defeat Corona. The upcoming guidelines at the national level are yet to be decided, but before this, the Punjab government has again changed the time to open shops in Punjab by issuing guidelines. Shopkeepers will now be able to open shops from 7 am to 6 pm. Out of these, only shops designated by the Deputy Commissioner of each district can be opened. In addition, this order will not apply to Containment John. On the other hand, the number of corona infections in the state has now reached 2022. Of these, 35 people have died so far. Where are the circumstances at the moment…
On Saturday, 4 special trains carrying 4800 migrant workers have left from Jalandhar City railway station. By 11 o'clock in the late night, 2 more trains will also take 1200-1200 people. Today the first train left for Bettiah at 10 am, Darbhanga at 10:30 and Purnia at 2 pm. 1200 workers have gone to Mau in the fourth train at 5 o'clock. Now in the evening at 7:30 pm, the train has to go to Mau again at 11 pm.

Truck-fired workers on National Highway No.1 in Jalandhar. The truck was driven to Bihar by taking 2200 rupees per person to these 55 people.

In Jalandhar, 55 workers were put for Bihar in a truck with curfew for vegetable, police stopped
Earlier in the morning, the police stopped a truck and prevented migrant workers from going to Bihar. There were 55 people in this truck and the trucker took 2200 rupees from each person. It is said that truck curfew is near to bring vegetables, taking advantage of this, he got the migrant laborers running on the road. During this, Virendra Mukhiya said that no train was found for Bihar. Arriving on foot from Taragarh, on the way handed over the truckman. He asked us for oil and money to go to Bihar. On the way, the police stopped. The police officer says that investigation is being done for action against the truck driver. Also, arrangements will be made to send these migrant laborers home.

Migrant laborers, who have been taking shelter in the crematorium here for many days, tell about their problem in Pathankot.

28 workers of Bihar are taking shelter in crematorium in Pathankot, had to sell mobile for food
28 workers are trapped in the shelter shed of the crematorium in Dhaki, Pathankot. Nobody is going to ask these workers. These people working in Jammu and Kashmir somehow reached Pathankot, but now they are not getting any administrative help in the hope of going to Bihar. Ajit, Manoj, Ram and others said that besides getting registered with the administration, they have got medical done as well. No one considered sending food. Everyone has to spend days of helplessness in the shed. Even had to sell their mobiles to fill their stomach, despite this, they no longer have money left. If arrangements are not made to send them home, they will catch the path on foot.

People in the village expressed their displeasure against the depot holder at Karhali Sahib in Patiala district.

People raging against depot holders in rigging for distribution of ration in Patiala
In Patiala district's village Karahali Sahib, people have accused the depot holder of rigging for sharing of pulses. People said that during the last two and a half months, depot holder Subhash Singla has fudged the government ration distribution for the second time. Ration wheat pulses, etc., which have come from the state exchequer for the poor class, are distributed to the influential people. The matter was brought to the notice of the GOG Group team. After this, the team of GOG team members Baghel Singh, Sukhvidar Singh, Mastan Singh, Balveer Singh and Englishman Singh, led by Colonel Baldev Singh, reached the spot and spoke about the allegations made by the victims, they could not give any concrete answer.

Shops will open in Tarn Taran on rotation basis from 7 am to 6 pm
New guidelines for opening shops in Tarn Taran have come into effect from Saturday. Now shops will be opened on rotation basis from 7 am to 6 pm. While issuing this order, Deputy Commissioner Pradeep Sabharwal said on Friday that the new orders will come into effect from Saturday.

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