Kaustubh Sharma, Ludhiana’s police chief, said the thieves involved in the crime were selling their mobile phones to shop owners and a dossier would help the police solve such cases.
Police Commissioner Kaustubh Sharma on Saturday ordered shop owners to keep a register of sellers and buyers of all second-hand mobile phones.
Sharma said the thieves involved in the crime were selling their cellphones to traders in the city and under such conditions the police were finding it difficult to solve the cases.
According to the ordinances, traders must maintain a register in which they will keep records of people selling used cellphones as well as buyers of used phones.
The police commissioner also warned against harsh action against offenders.
Sharma had extended a ban on encroaching on roads on Saturday, setting up rehris, placing produce outside shops and roadside makeshift stalls. According to the decrees, the encroachments cause traffic problems and setbacks. The orders will remain in effect for the next two months.
Interstate vehicle lift gang arrested in Chandigarh, 3 detained
The Chandigarh Police Criminal Branch arrested three members of an interstate vehicle lift gang and recovered eight stolen vehicles from their possession. The defendants, Akshay, 28, Jaipal, 23, and Rahul, 27, all from Sonepat, Haryana, were arrested in Ganaur, Haryana following a tip-off as well as technical assistance. Cars recovered included four Maruti Suzuki Brezzas and one Celerio, Ciaz and Baleno each.
With union polls complete, Punjab University turns to electing faculty deans
After the union polls were held earlier this month, the University of Punjab is now in the process of electing the deans of its various faculties which have been delayed for over a year now. The university is likely to start the process of electing the added members so that the elections for faculty deans can take place. Added members Members added to the faculty also participate in the election of deans.
Inflated invoices, zero invoice, PSPCL is doing everything wrong
There is no end to the complaints about the gaffes of the Punjab State Power Corporation Limited. After complaints of inflated and delayed electricity bills by domestic consumers, PSPCL has now served zero amount bills to 460 industrial and commercial category consumers in Mohali, Ludhiana and Jalandhar districts. PSPCL attributed its blunder to a technical problem, but did not know why it was not corrected before the invoices were delivered.
Covid: Active Chandigarh tricity cases cross 1,000 mark
Tricity’s active case count passed the 1,000 mark on Saturday, with 216 people testing positive, the highest in three weeks. Chandigarh reported 88 new infections, down from 80 the previous day. In Mohali, the figure rose from 57 to 63 and from 40 to 65 in Panchkula. This brought Tricity’s active case count to 1,084, the highest since June 30. No less than 361 people are infected in Mohali and 223 others in Panchkula.
Uttarakhand sends letter to Chandigarh, says its buses are targeted
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