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Senu Duggal honours APRO Sham Sunder & TPO Manjit Singh as PR Dept gives them warm send off

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Chandigarh, December 31, 2019 (Yes Punjab News)

The Information and Public Relations Department, Punjab today gave a warm send off to APRO Sham Sunder & TPO Manjit Singh.

In a function held here today at the Punjab Bhawan, the Additional Director of the department Dr. Senu Duggal honoured the superannuating officers and wished them well for the future. The Additional Director also said that the department would always remember the services rendered by them.

On the occasion, Additional Director (Press) to Chief Minister Punjab Opinder Singh Lamba, Deputy Director (Press) Dr. Ajit Kanwal Singh Hamdard, Deputy Director (Advt.) Randeep Singh Ahluwalia and Deputy Director (field) Mr. Harjit Singh Grewal described Sham Sunder and Manjit Singh as efficient and dedicated officers.

They said that retiring officers had done their job with responsibility and passion and their contribution to the department is remarkable. The retired officers thanked all their seniors and colleagues.

Most of the Senior Public Relation Officers and employees of the department were present on the occasion.

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