Chandigarh | The announcements of CM Charanjit Singh Channi are continuing for relief to the general public before the assembly elections 2022 in Punjab. Now CM Channi has made watching TV even cheaper for the people of Punjab. CM Channi has announced to fix the new rate of cable TV service in the state at Rs 100 per month.
Charanjit Singh Channi had reached Ludhiana on Monday for the first time after assuming the post of Chief Minister. Where he held a meeting with party workers along with Punjab Congress chief Navjot Singh Sidhu. In which CM Channi said that the cable mafia has exploited the people by increasing the rate of cable TV in the state. But now people will not have to pay more than 100 rupees a month for cable TV.
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Strict action will be taken on taking higher rate
CM Channi made many relief announcements for the general public of Punjab, in which only the rate of Rs.100 has been fixed. At the same time, giving a warning, said that strict action will be taken against those who do not provide cable service according to these new rates.
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Relief decisions for unemployed youth
Apart from this, Punjab CM Channi also took relief decisions for unemployed youth. He talked about taking back all illegal bus permits and giving them to unemployed youth. Along with this, he also announced to regularize the services of all Safai Sevaks working in Municipal Councils and Corporations. In this, along with abolishing the contract system for recruitment, the conditions of the 10-year service rule were also invalidated. Not only this, CM also announced to waive all pending challans while showering relief on autorickshaw drivers. Before the elections, Chief Minister Channi is constantly being given gifts to the people of Punjab, due to which there has been upheaval in the opposition parties. Well, whatever be the case, the common people of Punjab are getting relief from this.