Punjab CM seeks more int’l flights from Chandigarh airport

Chandigarh, Sep 28 (IANS) Punjab Boss Pastor Bhagwant Mann on Wednesday encouraged Center to begin additional worldwide battles from Shaheed Bhagat Singh Global Air terminal in Chandigarh to work with the Punjabi diaspora across the globe.

The Central Pastor, while addressing a capability to rename the air terminal here, encouraged Association Money Clergyman Nirmala Sitharaman to hail this issue with the Head of the state and her partner in Common Flight.


He said today is the 115th birth commemoration of Shaheed Bhagat Singh and this day has been settled on noteworthy with the choice to name air terminal after the incredible saint.

Mann said the Association government should begin additional departures from this air terminal.

The Main Pastor said that Punjab diaspora from across the globe has been requesting suchA trips to guarantee air availability from the state to Canada, the US, Australia and different regions of the planet.

He said other than workers from Punjab, these flights will likewise help the explorers from Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Jammu-Kashmir and different states.

Mann said the state government has put forth purposeful attempts for renaming this air terminal after name of Shaheed Bhagat Singh.

The Central Clergyman abundantly said thanks to the Association government for naming the air terminal after Shaheed-e-Azam Bhagat Singh.

He said that a long-forthcoming interest of the nation has been acknowledged. Paying flower accolades for Shaheed Bhagat Singh, he said that the youthful saint is recalled for his valor as well as for his way of thinking of communism and battle against foul play.

Prior, the Association Money Pastor joined by Lead representative Punjab Banwari Lal Purohit, Haryana Lead representative Bandaru Dattatreya, Boss Clergyman Bhagwant Mann, Association Pastor General (resigned) V.K. Singh, Part Parliament Kirron Kher, Haryana Vice president Pastor Dushyant Chautala and Haryana Clergyman Anil Vij divulged the plaque to name the air terminal after Shaheed Bhagat Singh.