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The Canadian Parvasi - Issue 39

The Canadian Parvasi - Issue 905-856-9999 Lamps LED Pendants Bathroom Lights Wall Sconces Semi-Flush Mounts Chandeliers & Accessories 4220 Steeles Ave. West, A8 Woodbridge L4L 3S8 Issue No : 39 Email: Contact Number : 905-673-0600 March 30, 2018 | Pages 16 Punjab Budget In Bollywood, you're only as good as your last performance: Tiger Shroff SAD blasts Manpreet, calls him ‘ehsaan faramosh’ Page 12 The Canadian Parvasi Chandigarh: The Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) today blasted Punjab finance minister Manpreet Badal for turning his reply on the budget speech into a cheap and vulgar rant against his former mentor and political guru S Parkash Singh Badal and the Badal family. In a statement here, SAD legislators Sharanjit Dhillon, Pawan Kumar Teenu and Gurpartap Wadala said never before in the history of the Vidhan Sabha had a finance minister shamelessly stated that he would use the time given to him to reply to the debate on the budget to settle petty personal scores with his “shareek”- extended family. “The FM even stooped down to commenting on the last rites of his paternal aunt as well as the istri dhan given to his sister-inlaw. While this speaks volumes about his conduct as finance minister, it is also a reflection on his ‘Ehsaan Faramosh’ nature which has seen use crude and derogatory language against those who nurtured him and made him what he is today. The legislators said it was shocking that Manpreet Badal did not speak about the plight of the farmers and farm labourers and refused pleas to waive off their entire loan. “The FM also refused to give any relief to youth or employees. But he had no qualms bragging that he would bring down the Badal family. Continued on page 10 Racial attack on Sikh student in Ottawa The Canadian Parvasi Ottawa: A Sikh student was subjected to racist attack by two white men in the capital, according to a report by the CBC. The victim was robbed, his turban was ripped and he was threatened with a knife. The incident happend near Westgate Shoppping Centre. Both attackers are said to be in the 20s. They asked about his ethnic background and threatened to cut his hair and beard, according to the polivr. "They also asked him whether he'd ever cut his hair or his beard, so, that's pretty specific, so at a minimum, we're suggesting at this point that there were some racial overtones to this," according Staff Sergent Mike Haarbosch of the Ottawa police. The two suspects left, then returned and asked the man for change. Police said they started making racial slurs, and one suspect produced a knife. The victim ran to a nearby business, which was locked. Police said the suspects then assaulted the man, dragged him on the ground and threatened him. They also removed and stole the victim's turban, as well as his phone and bus pass, police said. Haarbosch said this may be an isolated incident, but they're looking for more information. "We have some information they may have been drinking, Continued on page 04 Cambridge Analytica scam Whistleblower says group worked with Indian politicians Indo-Asian News Service New Delhi: Christopher Wylie, who blew the lid off the Facebook user personal data being illegally used for political purposes, on Wednesday said his former employer Cambridge Analytica had an Indian arm and conducted election research on behalf of some parties including the Janata Dal-United (JD-U), now a BJP ally, for "desired outcome". Wylie said SCL Group, the parent organisation of Cambridge Analytica, has its office headquartered in Indirapuram in Ghaziabad and its regional offices in Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Cuttack, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Indore, Kolkata, Patna and Pune. Continued on page 10 CBI issues lookout notice against Punjab CM's son-in-law Indo-Asian News Service New Delhi: The CBI has issued lookout notice against Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh's sonin-law Gurpal Singh in connection with the alleged bank fraud case of Rs 109.08 crore by Simbhaoli Sugars Ltd, an official said on Wednesday. The agency also issued the circular against three other top former executives of Simbhaoli Sugars Ltd -- CEO G.S.C. Rao, Chief Financial Officer Sanjay Thapar and Executive Director Gursimran Kaur Mann. Continued on page 10 Ontario presents a people-friendly budget The Canadian Parvasi Toronto: There are lot of goodies for people in the provincial budget presented to the Legislature on March 28 by Minister of Finance, Charles Sousa. In its pre-election year, the government has given a people-friendly budget, with promises of new investments in health care, child care, home and mental health care and dental care. Besides, the government would take measures to provide jobs and financial scurity. The provincial is slated for next year. Continued on page 02 ASAP ASAP Staffing Solutions STAFFING LOOKING FOR A-Z DRIVERS Pay upto $ 24/hour Call: 647-390-8002 2 Melanie Dr. Unit # 7A, Brampton ON L6T 4K9

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