NRI Commission of Punjab

The NRI Commission of Punjab is a four member State Commission with powers of a civil court with the objective to safeguard the interests of the NRI community in the state. The Commission would have all powers of the civil court, particularly in the matters such as summoning and enforcing the attendance of any person, examining him on oath and requiring the discovery and production of documents. The Commission will also have the power to receive evidence on affidavits, requisitioning any public record or copy thereof from any court or office, issuing commissions for the examination of witnesses and documents and any other matter which may be prescribed.

The Commission is headed by a retired judge of High Court and the other members include an IAS officer not below the rank of Principal Secretary or Financial Commissioner to the state government and an IPS officer not below the rank of ADGP. The chairperson and the members are appointed by the state government for a period of three years and the chairperson or a member would be eligible for reappointment for another term of three years.

The commission would be based in Chandigarh but can hold its sittings and meetings at any place within the state. The members of the commission would function in accordance with rules framed by the government. The state government will consult the commission on all major policy matters affecting the NRIs.

You may contact the NRI Commission of Punjab directly:

Punjab State Commission for NRIs,
Block A, Room No. 6, 
Punjab Civil Secretariat-2,
Sector 9 d, Chandigarh.

Ph. No. 0172-2741-330
Fax No. 0172-2741-331

Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it - Chairman, Rakesh Garg (Retired Justice)
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Punjab Politics News

Punjab General News

Youth Cong activists protest in front of Atwal’s house

Monday, 23/05/2016

http://epaper.dailypostindia.com/Details.aspx?id=157288&boxid=59699&uid=&dat=2016-05-23

Ludhiana : A clever move by Punjab Vidhan Sabha Speaker Charanjit Singh Atwal foiled the plans of the Youth Congress activists to gherao his house on Sunday. As the Speaker promptly came out of his house to take the memorandum from the protesters, the latter were left with no option but to retreat.

 

NRI NEWS

Sikh councilman called ‘terrorist’ in US, hits back at Trump’s ‘ignorant’ supporter

Monday, 23/05/2016

http://paper.hindustantimes.com/epaper/viewer.aspx

NEW YORK: Called a “terrorist” on Twitter by a supporter of US presidential aspirant Donald Trump, a Sikh-American councilman of Indian-origin hit back at him, calling him an “ignorant”.