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Punjab Govt releases list of 45 personalities for commendable work in various fields – LIST

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Chandigarh, January 25, 2021 (Yes Punjab News)
Punjab Government on Monday released a list of 45 personalities, who have performed their duties perfectly with passion in various fields. These personalities have been selected for awarding State govt. certificate/2020 for their commendable work.

Disclosing this here today an official spokesperson said that as per the list released by Punjab government, Mr. Pradeep Kumar, Fire Officer, Municipal Council, Dera Bassi, Mohali has been selected for the bravery. Similarly for social service, Mr. Sonu Sood S/o Mr. Shakti Sagar Sood resident of Mohalla Vidya Ratan Sood Old Dussehra Ground, Moga, Mr. Sonu Maheshwari, Chairman, Youth Welfare Society (Regd.) Bathinda, Mr. Kuldeep Singh Mann, Secretary, Swami Ganga Nand Bhuri Wale International Foundation, Dham Talwandi Khurd, Teh. Jagraon District Ludhiana, Mr. Anil Bharti s/o Mr. Ram Prakash, House No. 574-A, Model Town Extension, Ludhiana, Mr. Tarjit Singh, Driver, Tehsil Office Amritsar-21 have been selected for awarding the certificate have been selected.

The official spokesperson said that for occupational expert, Mr. Sarabjit Singh s/o Mr. Jagdis Singh # 2021-B, Block no. 18 Sector 63, Chandigarh, Dr. Sarabjit Singh Randhawa s/o Mr. Piara Singh, Senior Veterinary Officer Batala, Gurdaspur, Dr. (Mrs.) Ajit Dua W/o Mr. Ravinder Singh Dua, 1017 Gilco Valley, Sector 127, Mohali, Dr. Rupinder Bakhshi d/o Mr. Gurbakhsh Singh Bakhshi Address A32 Bank Colony, Patiala, Mrs. Sarabjit Kaur Sohal, President Punjab Sahitya Akademi, d/o Dr. Rajinder Singh Sohal Sector 70, Mohali and Mr. Bansi Kaul have been selected.

He said that for providing excellent services during the Covid-19 pandemic, Dr. K.K. Talwar, Cardiologist, Consultant, Health and Medical Education, Punjab, Dr. Raj Bahadur, Orthopedic, Vice-Chancellor, Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, Faridkot, Dr. Rajesh Kumar, Executive Director, SHSRC, Dr. GD Puri, Dean and Professor, Department of Anesthesia, PGI, Chandigarh, Dr. Pulb Ray, Professor, Department of Microbiology, PGI, Chandigarh, Dr. Biswa Mohan, Professor, Department of Cardiology, DMC Ludhiana, Dr. Clarence, J. Samuel, Vice Principal, Community Department, CMC Ludhiana, Dr. Neelam Marwaha, Former Head and Professor, Transfusion Medicine, PGI, Chandigarh, Dr. Ambuj Rai, Professor, Department of Cardiology, AIIMS, New Delhi, Dr. Vishal Chopra, Professor and Head, Department of Pulmonary Medicine, GMC, Patiala, Dr. Raminder Pal Singh Sibia, Professor and Head, Department of Medicine, GMC, Patiala, Dr. Veena Chtarath, Professor and Head, Department of Anesthesia, GMC, Amritsar, Dr. Sandeep Kataria, Attending Anesthesiologist, Department of Anesthesiology, Bronxcare Health Care System, 1650 Grand Concourse Bronx, New York, Dr. Anoop Singh, Department of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine, Lennox Hill Hospital, 77 Avenue Greenwich Village, New York, Dr. Ajit Kumar Kayal, Consultant Anesthetist, St. George’s NHS Foundation Trust, London, Dr. Rajesh Mahajan, Professor and Emergency Incharge, DMC & H, Ludhiana, Dr. Kanwardeep Singh, Professor Microbiology, Government Medical College, Amritsar, Dr. Avtar Singh Dhanju, Associate Professor and Head Medical Department, Government Medical College, Amritsar, Dr. Rohit Chopra, Professor, Guru Gobind Singh Medical College and Faridkot, Dr. Pragti Grover, Senior Resident, Department of Microbiology, GGS Medical College, Faridkot, Mr. Sanjeev Kumar, No. 486 / Majithia, SHO Police Station Walah, Amritsar City, Mrs. Sukhjinder Kaur, Head Constable, No. 1999 / Amritsar, Commissionerate, Police Amritsar, Mr. Gurmel Singh, Sub Inspector, No. 313 / Barnala, Mr. Mandeep Salgotra, Sub Inspector No. 28 / BTRT, Mrs. Harwinder Kaur, Lady Sub Inspector No. 213 Faridkot, Mrs. Gurdeep Kaur, Women Inspector, PRT / 09, Incharge Women Cell, Fatehgarh Sahib, Mr. Dilbag Singh, Sub Inspector no. 84, Faridkot, Mr. Kasam Ali, ASI, No. 517, Sri Muktsar Sahib, Mr. Bikker Singh, ASI (LR) No. 630, Moga, Mr. Sukhjinder Pal Singh, Senior Constable, No. 1235, Moga, Mr. Harish Verma, Head Constable, PR No: 27/358, Mr. Patel, Constable, No. 7/884 and Miss, Rupinder Kaur Saran, PPS, ADCP-4, Ludhiana have been selected to conferred State govt. certificate.

The spokesperson further said that no physical function was organized by Punjab government to present this award in view of Covid-19. The selected personalities will be awarded with Punjab Government Certificate/2020.

These certificates would be conferred by the Chief Minister, Punjab at another special function after the Republic Day.

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