Punjab News: Very big news is coming from Punjab. Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann has called an emergency meeting at the CM residence. In such a situation, there is every possibility that many senior officials and cabinet ministers of the Punjab government may be involved in this. According to media reports, CM held this meeting in S.Y.L. But it has been called after the instructions of the Supreme Court. During this time CM Can also discuss about SGPC elections. Although he has already given a big statement on this.
voting list Revision process starts from October 21
The Chief Minister of Punjab has made his intention clear regarding the Shiromani Gurdwara Management Committee (SGPC) elections. He has given green signal regarding its preparations and elections. Now the process of SGPC elections and making new votes in Punjab will be started from October 21. CM says this is democracy, the selection work will be done here in this manner. This will make us stronger and more powerful.
In this regard, Chief Minister Mann said on Wednesday through social media Twitter (X), “Important information regarding the long awaited ‘Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee’ elections. “The process of creating new votes and correcting voter lists will begin from October 21, 2023.” In this regard, he further said that the complete list in this regard will be released soon.
Emergency cabinet meeting called at CM residence
Let us tell you that CM Mann is now seen in active mode. He met S.Y.L. at the CM residence this morning on Thursday. But a high level meeting has been called on the instructions of the Supreme Court. Some ministers of the Punjab Cabinet have also left for the CM residence. The news is that in this meeting the new AG. An important decision regarding (AG) can also come from the Punjab government.
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