The City Headlines
Ludhiana, December 2
Punjab Transport Minister Amarinder Singh Raja Warring on Thursday claimed that following a crackdown on tax evaders, illegal activities and without permit bus operators, the daily income of PRTC & Punjab Roadways is now Rs 1.05 crore. He also that the Punjab government would soon purchase new buses and provide employment to thousands of unemployed youngsters.
While elaborating on the daily increased income of PRTC and Punjab Roadways, Raja Warring said that with a daily income of Rs 1.05 crore, the state can purchase around 90 buses a month.
The Cabinet Minister informed about it while interacting with youth under “Khulli Charcha Warring De Naal” programme in Raikot. Senior Youth Congress leader Kamil Boparai organized this program. DCC Ludhiana (Rural) president Karanjit Singh Soni Galib was also present on the occasion.
Kamil Boparai said that under the leadership of Fatehgarh Sahib MP Dr Amar Singh, development projects worth hundreds of crores are under process in the Raikot constituency alone. Raja Warring also praised Kamil Boparai for his hard work and dedication towards the residents of the Raikot constituency.
Amarinder Singh Raja Warring said that several pro-people measures in the form of welfare schemes and subsidies have been provided since Charanjit Singh Channi assumed office as the Chief Minister. While taking a jibe at former CM Capt Amarinder Singh and SAD president Sukhbir Badal, Warring alleged that the two were hand in glove. “Both of them sold interests of the state to BJP,” he said.