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Zero tolerance for Corruption in Punjab State Ware Housing Corporation: MLA & Chairman Kuldeep Singh Vaid

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Ludhiana, October 20, 2021 (Yes Punjab News)
Gill MLA Kuldeep Singh Vaid, who has been appointed as the Chairman cum director of Punjab State Ware Housing Corporation (PSWHC) with cabinet rank today said that there would be a zero tolerance for corruption and warned of strict action in case any person indulges in corrupt practices.

He said that an Inspector of PSWHC has already been suspended after he was caught red-handed while accepting a bribe of Rs. 30,000 in Bholath (Kapurthala) yesterday.

While addressing a press conference at his office here today, Kuldeep Singh Vaid said thanked party high command, Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi, PPCC President Navjot Singh Sidhu, Cabinet Ministers Bharat Bhushan Ashu and Randeep Singh Nabha and all senior colleagues for reposing faith in him and appointing him Chairman cum director of PSWHC with cabinet rank.

He said that Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi is the most educated Chief Minister in the country, is humble and hardworking. He said that CM Channi has been working tirelessly for the upliftment of downtrodden strata of Punjab, which clearly shows that his government is actually the government of “Aam Aadmi”.

He said that Charanjit Singh Channi has reduced his security cover and interacts with everyone who comes to meet him like extended family.

He said that the Congress is the only party in country that has always worked for upliftment of the scheduled castes community, which can be known from the fact that they chose Charanjit Singh Channi to be the chief minister, Raj Kumar Verka and Aruna Chaudhary as cabinet ministers and now him being appointed Chairman cum director of PSWHC with a cabinet rank. Kuldeep Singh Vaid assured that he would perform his duty with utmost devotion and honesty.

Prominent among those present on the occasion included Capt. Sukhi Hara, Harkarandeep Singh Vaid, Sikander Singh Billu Daad, Gurdeep Singh Bulara, Indermohan Singh Qadian, Advoc Gurjit Gill, Ranjit Singh Mangat, Pammi Ghawaddi, Sukhdev Singh, Om Parkash Mansuran, Kuldeep Khangura, Gurjagdeep Lally Lalton, Gurmej Singh, Harjit Cheema, Balbir singh Badewal, Khush Dhraud, Ranbir Singh Mehmi, Lucky Khera Bet, Jasbir Lavan, Sukhdev Singh Satjot Nagar, Suraj Baghriya, Sukhbir Singh, Advoc Harpartap Singh Sidhu, Sukhi Dulon, Raja Khedi, Balbir Singh Jhammat, Manjit Singh Humbran, Gurjeet Singh Dhandra, Gurdeep Singh Bulara, Gurpreet Singh Gill, Numberdar Balbir Humbran, Gippy Majri, Harpreet Mika Gill, Narinder, Dr. Ajit, Satwinder Happy, Deepak Batra, KS Sandhu, Manoj, Randhir Jandu, Manu Sood, Pincipal Piara Singh, Tejwant Singh, Sukha Singh Krishna Nagar, Baljinder Singh Kahlon besides several others.

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