Members of Punjab State Scheduled Castes Commission at the Circuit House, in Ludhiana, on Thursday

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DW BUREAU / LUDHIANA Members of Punjab State Scheduled Castes Commission Gyan Chand and Prabhdyal on Thursday listened to the grievances of SC people who have arrived from various parts of the district with their problems following which the members gave necessary directions to the officials. After inaugurating an awareness seminar organized jointly by State Media Club and Punjab Legal Cell in the Circuit House, here today, they said that the commission is committed to empowerment and transformation of weaker and deprived sections of the society. The members asked the people to register their complaints from any part of the state if they are facing any kind of problem and their grievances would be addressed in a time-bound manner. In the seminar, they also threw light on the rights of the people in the case of any atrocity and said that the commission would ensure justice to the complainant promptly. They said that most people belonging to the community do not have knowledge about their rights due to which they do not come outside from their homes to file the complaint and suffer the atrocities. They also detailed the provisions of the constitution for the welfare of the SC people. Prominent among present on the occasion included Jatinder Tandon, Nitin Kumar, Ashok Mahindra, RL Suman, Deepak Kumar, Rahul, VK Sabharwal and others. (editor@dailyworld.in)




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