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Efforts on to bring ETT TET candidates down from BSNL Tower: Patiala DC Kumar Amit

Patiala, April 14, 2021 (Yes Punjab News)
Deputy Commissioner Mr Kumar Amit today said that District Administration is doing all possible efforts to bring the ETT TET protesters sitting atop the BSNL tower down.

In a statement issued here today, the Deputy Commissioner said that on behalf of district administration, SDM Patiala Charanjit Singh, SP (Traffic) Palwinder Singh Cheema and DSP (City 1) Yogesh Sharma are already intouch with the both protesters sitting atop BSNL Tower. “Our endeavour is to sort out their issue by briefing the matter to the School Education Department, Punjab besides exploring other efforts for safety of these people”, he further added.

Deputy Commissioner, Mr Kumar Amit who was accompanied by SSP Vikramjeet Duggal also visited the tower site and interacted with both the protesters over phone and appealed them to get down, in the larger interest of their families.

He reiterated that district administration is making strenuous efforts for their safety and the state government is sympathetically considering the matter and appropriate action would be taken on genuine demands of protestors within the legal framework.

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