6 illegal shops demolished by EO
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A team of the UT Estate Office on Monday demolished six illegal shops which had come up on the premises of the Zila Sainik Welfare Board in Sector 21. The shops were constructed on the premises after erecting pillars with aluminum and asbestos sheets on the roof.
CWA asks for extension of Metro
Panchkula: The Citizen's Welfare Association (CWA) has called upon extending the Metro project to Sectors 23 to 28 of Panchkula to ease the commuter problems in the city. The action committee meeting of CWA was held in this regard on Saturday under the chairmanship of S K Nayar.