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GLADA comes to Jain’s rescue

Comments Off on GLADA comes to Jain’s rescue   |   February 21, 2014    09:28am   |Contributed by manoja

Tribune News Service

Moga, February 17
Authorities of the Greater Ludhiana Area Development Authority (GLADA), a subsidiary of the Punjab Urban Development Authority (PUDA), have reiterated that they do no wish to continue legal proceedings against Moga MLA Joginder Pal Jain and his family members in an illegal colony case.

While recording his statement, a junior engineer of GLADA stated that the state government had granted general amnesty to all the colonisers who paid the compounding fee under its regularisation policy.

He said GLADA did not wish to continue legal proceedings against Jain and his family members since they had deposited the compounding fee. He produced official records to corroborate his statement. The MLA and his younger son Akshit Jain were present in the court. The court of Suman Agnihotri fixed March 11 as the next date of hearing.

Jain’s elder son Puneet Jain, who is in Canada, has already been declared proclaimed offender after he repeatedly failed to appear at the court hearings. It is learnt that the Moga police has not yet issued a lookout certificate against Puneet at international airports.

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