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Rajesh Bakshi – Senior Assistant in DPRO Office, honoured on superannuation

Jalandhar, September 27, 2019 (Yes Punjab News)

The Information and Public Relations Department today honoured senior assistant Mr Rajesh Bakshi on the eve of his superannuation in an impressive send-off function held at its office. Mr Bakshi had joined the department in 1981 and served in it for 38 years.

On the occasion, District Public Relations Officer (DPRO) Mr Manvinder Singh, Former DPROs Mr Sant Kumar Juneja and Mr PP Singh and other members remembered the exemplary services rendered by Mr Bakshi and described him as a dedicated and efficient employee in the department. The speakers said that though Mr Bakshi has superannuated today but his connect with the department would remain intact forever. They also wished Mr Bakshi a long, happy and healthy retired life.

On the occasion, several serving and retired officers/ officials of the department along with the friends and family members of Mr Bakshi were also present.

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