Former BJP mandal members allege foul play in Dec 2 elections
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Some former office bearers of the mandal of Bharatiya Janata Party at Ward 22 have submitted a memorandum to the senior leaders of the party alleging that due process for elections was not followed when the elections were held on December 2. In the memorandum, former president of the mandal Bharat Bhushan Bhardwaj has stated that the mandal samiti had helped the party win the election of the Municipal Corporation. The incharge of the election in the mandal Satyavan Shera, however stated that the due process was followed and the election was fair.
Society opens 'Kindness Club' for animal welfare
Chandigarh: The Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals has opened a Kindness Club at K R Sarvhitkari Vidyamandir, Sector 43. Dr S K Sharma, patron of the society, highlighted the activities of SPCA and exhorted the staff and students of the school to look around if any cruelty is being inflicted on animals and report it to SPCA Hospital in Sector 38 (West). Dr J C Kochhar, president of the society, while installing the Kindness Club, said that members will act as SPCA brigade to come forward for the welfare and care of sick and injured stray animals. The school authorities were advised to conduct essay completion, poster completion and declamation contests to promote interest in animal welfare activities.
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