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It is not right to increase the strength of BSF in the state without informing the Punjab government: Soni

AMRIK SINGH | October 15, 2021 01:41 PM

KOTLI SURAT MALHI (GURDASPUR): Punjab Deputy Chief Minister Mr. O.P. Soni today it was not right to increase the strength of Border Security Force (BSF) the state without informing the Punjab government. He said that Punjab Chief Minister had also raised his strong objection in this regard.

Mr O.P.. Soni said that he had come today to pay obeisance at the Jatheria temple of Soni Baradri and seek blessings and also paid obeisance at the temple of Soni Baradri at village Mohlowali and laid the foundation stone of langar hall where he was felicitated by Soni Baradri and villagers.

While aying the foundation stone of the langar hall on the occasion, he said that Rs. One lakh had been sent by him from the discretionary fund and whatever other community would do. He was accorded special honors by the Sony community on the occasion.

On this occasion SDM Harpreet Singh Dera Baba Nanak, Tehsildar Navkirat Singh Randhawa, DPRO Harjinder Singh Kalsi, Dr. Gurpreet Singh Pannu, Krisan Soni, Ravinder Soni, Arun Soni, Prem Kumar Soni, Vijay Kumar Soni, Arun Kumar Soni, Rajinder Kumar Soni, Puneet Soni, Asok Kumar Soni, Raj Kumar Soni, Surinder Soni, Asok Kumar Soni, Raj Kumar Soni, Aman Soni, Gagan Soni, Jagdis Raj Soni, Dr. Vinod Kumar Soni, Manna Soni A large number of Soni community and villagers including Raju Soni, Tikku Soni, Vicky Soni, Kewal Krishan Soni, Janak Raj Soni, Dharmapal Soni, Kashmiri Lal Soni, Dwarka Prasad Soni, Kala Soni, Rajinder Soni were present.

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