The Haryana Government constituted a team to nab those running illegal immigration scams.

Chandigarh, November 26: The Haryana Government constituted a team to nab those running illegal immigration scams and to prevent human trafficking which has so far arrested 377 criminals in 435 cases and recovered Rs.1, 12, 88, 600 from their possession.

Giving information in this regard, SIT Chief, Mrs. Bharti Arora said that the team was formed on the recommendation of Home Minister, Mr. Anil Vij. The team has filed cases of human trafficking under Illegal Immigration Act against illegal agents in different districts of Haryana. Among them, there are many accused against which more than two cases have been registered. History sheets of 15 such criminals have been opened.

Mrs. Arora said that among these accused, four cases of human trafficking against Bittu of Pehowa have been registered and nine such cases have been registered against Satpal, a resident of Pundri living in Mohali recently. Apart from these, there are two cases of trafficking against Mahabir of Kaithal, four cases against Rajkumar of Kaithal, 14 cases against Surendra Singh of Ambala city, six cases against Makhan Singh and three cases against Amanjot Singh.

The SIT chief said that there are 24 cases against Om Prakash of Panipat, seven cases against Balwan, three cases against Sohan Lal, three cases against Pradeep. Similarly, two cases against Rajesh, resident of Karnal, three cases against Hardeep Singh, resident of Assandh, four cases against Krishna of Karnal and five cases against accused Jagdish. The history sheet has been opened against these 15 criminals so that these criminals can be monitored by the police, and these criminals cannot dupe anyone in future in the name of sending them abroad.

Mrs. Arora said that apart from these, the process of opening the history sheet of 38 criminals in 124 cases is going on, which will be completed soon.

Chandigarh, November 26:- A three-day online training camp on ‘Mushroom Production Technique’ started today at Saina Nehwal Institute of Agriculture Technology, Training and Education of Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University (CCSHAU), Hisar.

Addressing the trainees on the occasion, Co-Director (Training) of the Institute, Dr. Ashok Godara said that before starting any business, it is very important to have its technical knowledge and business techniques. Elaborating on it further he said that the products will not get the desired profit in the market unless they are not given the appropriate price. He called upon farmers and unemployed youth to avail maximum benefits of this training programme.

Convener of this online training, Dr. Pavitra Kumari informed that 35 participants from different districts of the state are taking part in this training. During this time, lectures on various topics related to mushroom will be imparted to the participants and detailed information about mushroom will be given. She apprised the participants about the benefits of mushrooms and the nutritional and medicinal properties of mushrooms. She also gave detailed information about the method of preparing mushroom manure.

Chandigarh, Nov 26– Haryana Police has arrested a convict, who was on the run for about 10 years after jumping parole in a case of murder that he committed in 2007, from Madhya Pradesh.

Giving this information here today, a Haryana Police spokesperson informed that arrested accused was identified as Jaan Mohd alias Janu, a resident of district Nuh. The crackdown was made by a team of the Crime Investigation.

Divulging the details, he said that a court sentenced him to life imprisonment. He had been lodged in Bhondsi (Gurugram) jail before he was granted parole in 2010. As he failed to return, the court had declared him a proclaimed offender. DGP Haryana had also announced a reward of Rs 50,000 on his arrest. After changing his appearance, he was living at Alada Kheri, district Sihor in Madhya Pradesh to evade arrest.

During preliminary interrogation, he was found involved in two other cases registered at Nagina police station, Nuh. Further investigation is underway.

Chandigarh, 26 November– On the occasion of the Constitution Day, Secretary to Governor of Haryana, Dr. G. Anupama read the Preamble of the Indian Constitution at 11 am which was at the same time also read by the President, Mr. Ram Nath Kovind through Doordarshan.

All the employees of the Raj Bhawan also read the Preamble under the guidance of the Secretary to the Governor.

Haryana Governor, Mr. Satyadeo Narain Arya who is in self-isolation due to Corona virus, also read the Preamble of the Constitution.

Earlier, Dr. G. Anupama emphasized on the importance of the Preamble of the Constitution and shared the information regarding Indian Constitution with the officers and employees concerned. She said that all should read the Preamble and try to imbibe its ideals in their daily lives, moreover they should also understand their duties and know their rights.

All officers and employees participated in the programme while ensuring social distancing in the event held at Raj Bhawan. The government guidelines with regard to COVID-19 were adhered to by all the persons present.

Chandigarh, November 26– Constitution Day was celebrated at the Haryana Police Headquarters on Thursday in the presence of Director General of Police, (DGP) Haryana, Mr. Manoj Yadava and other senior officers.

On this occasion, the DGP Mr. Manoj Yadava read out the Preamble of the Constitution of India in the presence of a large number of officers and staff members who attended the Constitution Day celebration ceremony.

Speaking on this occasion, the DGP said that it was on November 26, 1949, when our constitution was adopted and given to the nation. The day marks the beginning of a new era in the history of the Indian Republic. It is everyone’s responsibility to follow the constitution to maintain the integrity and sovereignty of the country, he added.

Among others present on this occasion included ADGP Crime Against Women Mrs Kala Ramchandran, IGP CM’s Flying Squad, Mr Rajinder Kumar, DIG Law and Order Mr Rakesh Arya, DIG Admin. Mr Satender Gupta, SP IT Mr Wasim Akram, SP Security Mr Hamid Akhtar, Additional Director, Legal, Mr Sukhbir Goyat and other officers and officials posted at police headquarters.

Chandigarh, November 26 – Haryana Government has issued transfer and posting orders two HCS officers with immediate effect.

Mr. Satyender Duhan, Additional Deputy Commissioner, Jind and Secretary, RTA, Jind has been posted as Additional Deputy Commissioner, and Secretary, RTA, Palwal.

Ms. Nishu Singal, Administrative Officer, UTKARSH Society and Chief Executive Officer, Zila Parishad, Panchkula and CEO, DRDA, Panchkula has been posted as Secretary, RTA, Panchkula, in addition to her present duties.