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As Amritpal Singh, the self-styled Sikh preacher and head of ‘Waris De’, continues to evade police, the Investigation Agency (NIA) may take over the case on Tuesday, sources said. A team of has reached and is speaking to the senior officials of Police. There are now high possibilities that the may take over the case on Tuesday. The sources said that the is seeking details and documents related to the case.


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As Amritpal Singh, the self-styled Sikh preacher and head of ‘Waris De’, continues to evade police, the Investigation Agency (NIA) may take over the case on Tuesday, sources said. A team of has reached and is speaking to the senior officials of Police. There are now high possibilities that the may take over the case on Tuesday. The sources said that the is seeking details and documents related to the case.


Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal wrote to Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday requesting him to “not stop Delhi’s budget”, amid a row between the Centre and the dispensation in the capital over the issue. The presentation of the government’s for 2023-24, which was scheduled for Tuesday, has been put on hold with the Kejriwal dispensation and the central government trading charges over allocations under various heads.




All mobile internet services, all SMS services (except banking & mobile recharge) & all dongle services provided on mobile networks, except the voice call, shall continue to remain suspended in the districts Tarn Taran, Ferozepur, Moga, Sangrur, Sub-Division Ainala in Amritsar, areas adjoining YPS chowk and Airport Road both in SAS Nagar, till March 23 (12:00 hours) in the interest of public safety, said Punjab Govt, the ANI reported.

After Lieutenant Governor VK Saxena raised certain concerns of administrative nature on the proposed regarding fiscal interest, the Union Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) on Monday requested the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP)-led government to resubmit the addressing these concerns for taking further action. The reply from the Government of the Capital Territory of Delhi is awaited for the last four days, said the MHA.

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