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CM Mann launches Website of Ludhiana Police Commissionerate; hands over regularisation letters to 3600 Safai Mitras

Ludhiana, August 15, 2022 (Yes Punjab News)
An Independence day gift for 3600 Safai Karamcharis/Safai Mitras was given by Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann on Monday when he announced that their services will be regularised. He handed over regularisation letters to two safai sewaks Deepal Kumar and Monika at the I-Day function in Guru Nanak Stadium as a symbolic gesture. The remaining will get regularisation letters in the coming days.

The Chief Minister said that the state government is committed towards the well being of the safai sewaks. He said that there are around 3600 Safai Karamcharis/Safai Mitras working on contract with Municipal Corporationsbwhose services have been regularised by the Punjab Government. Bhagwant Mann said that this drive has been started symbolically and the remaining employees will get letters for regularisation of their services in the coming days.

The Chief Minister said that Punjab Government had fulfilled its promise of regular services to all sanitation employees engaged in civic bodies. He said that no stone is being left unturned for this noble cause. “AAP government stands rock solid with them always and every required step would be taken for their welfare”, added Bhagwant Mann.

Meanwhile, the Chief Minister also launched a new website of Ludhiana Commissionerate Police ( He said that the website will allow people to lodge their complaints online, enabling them to monitor its progress and get the report sitting at home besides providing services like PCC report, FIR download, contact numbers of all officers, SHOs and others.

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