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Punjab: CM warns of strict action if officers go on strike


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Chandigarh: Taking a strong stand against a proposed pen-down agitation by revenue officers. Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann on Wednesday warned them of strict disciplinary action.

Mann said while the officers were free to go on pen down strike. the state would decide whether the pen would be given back to them or not.

He said there were a large number of unemployed youth ready to serve the state by taking the pen in their hands.


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