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OECC gets relief, Ludhiana DC asked to relook into case

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Chandigarh, January 19, 2020 (Yes Punjab News)

Mr. Satish Chandra, the Additional Home Secretary, Punjab, has set aside Ludhiana Deputy Commissioner’s order regarding cancellation of license of Immigration Consultant Firm M/s. Overseas Education & Career Consultants India Pvt. Ltd. (OECC).

The Ludhiana DC, in his orders dated Dec 24, 2019 cancelled OECC’s license to operate as a travel agent for various allegations leveled against the company.

However, OECC went into an appeal before the Additional Home Secretary who in his orders dated 10th of January, 2020 set aside the orders regarding cancellation of licence.

The Addl Home Secretary has ordered a fresh enquiry into the matter concerning OECC.

Giving information regarding the orders, along with a copy of the order of the Addl Home Secretary, Advocate Harsh Jhanjhi and employees of the organization express faith in legal system.

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