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Name of Joshi, kin in multiple voter lists
AMRITSAR:Two lawyers, Vaneet Mahajan and Sandeep Gorsi, citing information sought under RTI Act on Saturday claimed that Punjab Minister Anil Joshi and his wife Monika Joshi have their names registred in two voter lists. Joshi's mother's name figures in three voter lists. The Amritsar based lawyers submitting a complaint with the ADC (development), sought action against Joshi. Meanwhile, Joshi said that he was not aware that there were two voter identity cards in his name. "I had cast my vote only once during the elections," he said.
Op Blusetar: AISSF flays Cong, BJP
AMRITSAR:The AISSF on Saturday said both Congress and the BJP were responsible for desecration of Darbar Sahib complex and killing of Sikhs in riots in 1984. AISSF president Karnail Singh Peer Mohammad said SGPC should have shown the remains of the "proof of brutality of Indian authorities" during Operation Bluestar to British Prime Minister David Cameron.
Anurag opposes Central Univ campus shift
Shimla:Sitting BJP MP and national president of Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha, Anurag Thakur, Saturday met Union HRD Minister M M Pallam Raju and said the move to shift the proposed campus of the Central University from Dehra to Dharamsala will be detrimental for the university. In a memorandum submitted to the minister, Thakur said the decision to set up two parallel campus - at Dehra and Dharamsala - was taken as 7,000 kanal of land was not available.
Missing constable found dead
New Delhi:A 48-year-old Delhi Police constable, who was missing for the past four days, was Saturday dead found, police said. Suresh Singh, who hailed from Haryana's Jind, was found dead in Delhi Cantt in south-west Delhi at around 10 am. He was apparently given some poisonous substance that led to his death. There were no injury marks on his body, police said.
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