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Punjab Public Relations Advt Supdt Amarjit Singh given a warm send off on superannuation

Amarjit Singh 2 Superannuation

Chandigarh, May 31, 2019 (Yes Punjab News)

The Superintendent, Advertisement Branch Mr. Amarjit Singh today superannuated after putting in 34 years of service. He was given a warm send off today by the senior officers and employees of the Information and Public Relations Department.

In his address on the occasion, the Deputy Director, Advertisement Branch, Mr. Randeep Singh Ahluwalia recalled his long association with Mr. Amarjit Singh and lauded him for his hard working, professional as well as cheerful attitude. Similarly, The PROs Mr. Preet Kanwal Singh, Mr. Gurmeet Khaira and APRO Mr. Kultar Singh also appreciated the exceptional services rendered by Mr. Amarjit Singh and wished him all the very best for his future endeavours.

Getting a bit nostalgic, Mr. Amarjit Singh while addressing his peers said that he would always keep his warm bond with the department alive and is thankful to his seniors as well as the colleagues for cooperation.

On the occasion, Mr. Amarjit Singh and his family members were also felicitated by the department. A small but impressive cultural programme was also held on the occasion. The programme was very ably compeered by Mr. Rajesh Dhiman.

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