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Punjab Govt releases list of persons to be honoured with Parman Patras on I-Day – LIST

Chandigarh, August 13, 2022 (YEs Punjab News)
Punjab Government has selected 7 personalities who have done commendable work in various fields, to be honored with Punjab Government Parman Patra 2022.

Giving this information here today, the spokesperson of the Punjab government said that these personalities will be honoured with gold medal, shawl and a signed certificate while being awarded the Punjab Parman Patra.

The personalities to be honoured with Punjab Government Parman Patra includes Mr. Ramesh Kumar Mehta son of Mr. Prakash Chand, resident of Quila Road, Band Gali, Bathinda, Mr. Pran Sabharwal son of Late Bhagat Munshi Ram Sabharwal, resident of Sevak Colony, Patiala, Ms Hargun Kaur daughter of Mr. Tejinder Singh, resident of Kot Mahna Singh, Tarn Taran Road, Amritsar, Mr. Amarjit Singh son of Mr. Daulat Singh, resident of Bhadson, Patiala, Mr. Jagjit Singh Dardi son of S. Harnam Singh, SST Nagar, Patiala, Ms. Jasmin Kaur daughter of Balwinder Singh, Village Samundrian, Ropar and Mr. Jasminder Pal Singh, Senior Consultant, Administrative Reforms Department, Government of Punjab.

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