PUNJAB CM APPROVES ADDITIONAL RS.55 CR FOR BHAGWAN VALMIKI TIRATH STHAL

Chandigarh, October 23: Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Friday approved additional funds to the tune of Rs.55 crore for sprucing up the Bhagwan Valmiki Tirath Sthal at Ram Tirath in Amritsar, while directing the Cultural Affairs Department to develop the historic shrine as a world-class tourist attraction.

The funds are in addition to the Rs.195.76 crore already spent on the prestigious project at the holy shrine which attracts devotees of all faiths and tourists from across the world. Of the Rs. 55 crore, Rs. 30 crore will be spent for the completion of the shrine’s panorama, depicting the life and teachings of Bhagwan Valmiki ji, who composed the epic Ramayana. The rest will be spent on several development works, including installation of filtration plant for sarovar, completion of parikarma, facade lighting, furnishings of Sarai for devotees, solar power system etc.

Chairing a high level meeting of Bhagwan Valmiki Tirath Sthal Shrine Board here, Captain Amarinder Singh also appointed Amritsar Deputy Commissioner as CEO of the Shrine Board and directed him to ensure proper upkeep and maintenance of the shrine. He also gave the nod for deployment of employees for this purpose.

Cultural Affairs & Tourism Minister Charanjit Singh Channi, Forests, Social Justice, Empowerment and Minorities Minister Sadhu Singh Dharamsot, MLAs Sukhwinder Singh Danny, Pawan Kumar Adia and Dr. Raj Kumar Verka, Additional Chief Secretary Cultural Affairs & Tourism Sanjay Kumar, Principal Secretary Finance KAP Sinha and Principal Secretary Planning Jaspal Singh attended the virtual meeting.

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SUKHBIR’S MULTIPLE U-TURNS ON FARM LAWS SHOW LACK OF MORAL SCRUPLES, SAYS CAPT AMARINDER

TERMS SAD REJECTION OF STATE AMENDMENT BILLS A CLEAR SIGN OF COLLUSION WITH BJP

NAILS AKALI CHIEF’S LIES ON RESOLUTION & BILLS PASSED IN VIDHAN SABHA, TRASHES HIS ARGUMENTS FOR ABOUT-TURN

Chandigarh, October 23:Taking on the Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) over yet another U-turn on the farm laws, Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Friday lashed out at Sukhbir Singh Badal for repeatedly compromising the interests of the farmers with his brazen lies and petty political games, which were clearly aimed at promoting the Centre’s anti-farmer agenda.

In rejecting the state’s amendment Bills, which his party had backed in the Vidhan Sabha, Sukhbir had not just exposed his lack of moral scruples but had also echoed the recent statements of various Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leaders, said the Chief Minister. This showed a clear collusion between SAD and BJP, suggesting that the entire drama of Harsimrat’s resignation from the Union Cabinet and the withdrawal of the Akalis from NDA was nothing but a total farce aimed at befooling the farmers and sabotaging their fight against the central laws, he added.

“First you actively and wholeheartedly supported the Centre’s malicious Farm Ordinances, then quit the NDA calling their Bills anti-farmer, then indulged in a whole lot of political drama through protest rallies and yatras across the state in purported support of the farmers, then openly voted for the state government’s amendment Bills, and are now rejecting the same,” the Chief Minister pointed out, citing the entire sequence of Akali actions over the past few months.

The spate of SAD about-turns on such a vital issue critical to Punjab and its farmers showed that they had absolutely no compulsions in signing a deal even with the devil if it could help protect their political interests, he said.

“After all this, do you really expect the farmers to believe in the sincerity of your trumped up claims of caring about the farmers’ interests,” Captain Amarinder asked Sukhbir, daring him to give one reason why the people of Punjab, especially the farmers, should trust SAD. The Akalis had made farmers a pawn on their political chess board, he said, expressing shock at the pathetic levels to which the Badals had fallen in their desperate bid to protect their vested interests.

The Chief Minister trashed Sukhbir’s argument that the Akalis did not get the time to study the state government’s Bills, quipping that this was not possible considering the massive legal and other infrastructure at the disposal of SAD. He took a jibe at Sukhbir’s claim that his party MLAs voted for the Bills without properly going through them, saying “this might explain why the Akalis have been stamping their approval on all kinds of anti-people, anti-India and anti-Punjab legislations of the Union Government over the past 6 years.”

Slamming the SAD chief over his blatantly shameless lie with regard to the resolution passed in the Assembly, Captain Amarinder pointed out that nowhere was it mentioned that the Punjab Government was committed to declaring the entire state as Principal Market Area, as claimed by Sukhbir. “Are you trying to say that your MLAs had trouble reading and understanding the 370-word Resolution, of which around 100 words were just names of Ordinances/Acts?” said the Chief Minister, terming Sukhbir’s argument as ludicrous.

In any case, he said, what was important was not declaring the state as Principal Market Area but to protect the MSP and ensure that the state retained control with no punitive action, which were the main concerns of the farmers. The state government had, after taking legal and expert opinion, chosen the best method to do so, but the Akalis seemed stuck on a particular methodology, irrespective of whether it would work or not, he added. Also, even if the entire state was sought to be converted into a principal market area, such approach would not have been free from the requirement of Presidential consent, which, in the backdrop of the central farm laws already in force, was the most expeditious way of implementing the will of the State of Punjab, he added.

Captain Amarinder also lashed out at Sukhbir for persistently misleading the farmers by lying about the Constitutional and legal position of the state. The Constitution gives the state clear and unequivocal right under Article 254 (II) to seek amendments to central laws, he pointed out, adding that the legislations of the Government of India also fail to stand scrutiny on grounds of being anti-federal.

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WON’T LET BJP SUCCEED IN ITS VICIOUS AGENDA TO DIVIDE PUNJAB’S PEOPLE ON CASTE LINES, VOWS CAPT AMARINDER

SAYS BJP INDULGING IN THEATRICS TO DIVERT ATTENTION FROM ITS FAILURE TO PROTECT RIGHTS OF FARMERS & SC STUDENTS

Chandigarh, October 23:Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Friday charged the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) with trying to divide the society on caste lines to promote their political interests, and asserted that he would not allow them to impose their vicious agenda on the state.

“I will not let them disturb the peaceful atmosphere of Punjab at any cost,” the Chief Minister declared, pointing to the BJP’s futile attempt to take out a so-called `Dalit Insaf Yatra’ yesterday without taking due permissions. These divisive tactics will never succeed in Punjab, whose people are happily living together for their collective progress, he added.

The BJP, said Captain Amarinder, had no moral right to talk about Dalit rights, which they had been brazenly trampling wherever they were in power. He pointed to the shocking statistics that showed that Uttar Pradesh, under BJP rule, accounts for over 25% of the total cases of atrocities against SC people in the country, and had recorded the highest number of such incidents in 2018. “Is this your definition of justice for Dalits? Is this what you are offering the SC people of Punjab?” he asked the BJP.

The Chief Minister said the BJP, finding itself totally cornered over the draconian, anti-farmer and unconstitutional Farm Laws, was indulging in theatrics and mis-propaganda with the sole motive of diverting public attention. The fact is that the party has completely failed the farmers and also the SC students, whom its national leadership had deprived of access to higher education by abruptly withdrawing from the central post-matric scholarship scheme, he said.

Captain Amarinder attributed the BJP’s attempted rally to the fact that it clearly rattled over the state government’s successful launch of its own scholarship scheme for SC students. Despite suffering Rs 800 crore in losses due to the anti-Dalit decision of the BJP-led Union Government, the cash-strapped Punjab government had not only introduced a new scheme - B R Ambedkar SC Post-Matric Scholarship - for SC students but even expanded its ambit to benefit more youngsters, he pointed out, adding that the BJP clearly could not digest this.

Bereft of any justification for its anti-people acts, the BJP was now resorting to the `divide and rule’ tactics which the British had used to keep the people of India in shackles for nearly century, Captain Amarinder said. He, however, warned that today’s India was not the India of the 19th century, and the BJP would never succeed in its divisive politics.

“We Punjabis will sacrifice anything, as we did during the freedom struggle, to protect our unity and integrity, which forms the ethos of the Indian Constitution,” the Chief Minister said, warning the BJP against continuing with its dangerous and reckless agenda. The people of Punjab will not be taken in by your theatrics, he told the BJP, which currently has only 2 MLAs in the state assembly and is indulging in desperate measures to strengthen its presence in the state.

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Brahm Mohindra launched web portal for Punjab Shehri Awas Yojna

Chandigarh, October 22:Aiming to provide maximum benefits to the applicants of Punjab Shehri Awas Yojna, Local Government Minister Mr. Brahm Mohindra today launched a web portal.

Disclosing this here today Mr. Brahm Mohindra said that the Punjab Government was committed to provide financial assistance to the needy people for the construction of houses under the Punjab Shehri Awas Yojna. With a view to expedite the process, a new web portal pmidcprojects.punjab.gov.in/pmay has been launched. He said that this portal is available in both Punjabi and English languages. This will help the applicants to avail the benefits of this scheme immediately.

The Local Government Minister further said that so far the Punjab Government has sanctioned 96,383 houses under this scheme out of which 28,466 houses have been already completed and the remaining houses are under construction. He said that in the second phase a target of 1.5 lakh houses has been set.

Secretary Local Government, Mr. Ajoy Kumar Sinha, Director Mr. Bhupinder Singh and other senior officers were also present on the event.

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Brainchild of Chief Minister, Maharaja Bhupinder Singh Punjab Sports University will come into being with Rs.500 crore, Sports Minister Rana Sodhi

'Captain Amarinder Singh to lay foundation for commencing construction work of ’varsity building on October 25'

Dream of preserving rich sporting heritage and dominance of Punjab in sports comes to fruition

Outdoor and indoor sports facilities of world standards, Fitness Center equipped with latest scientific apparatus, academic Block, separate residential areas for girls & boys, office block and Museum to preserve the rich sporting glory to come up on 92.7 acres of lan

Releases booklet with complete details about the university

Chandigarh, October 23:The dream of preserving rich sporting heritage and dominance of Punjab in sports by establishing a sports educational institute of international eminence, has come to fruition as the ultra-tech campus of the first sports university of the state Maharaja Bhupinder Singh Punjab Sports University, Patiala would come into existence on 92.7 acres of land with the cost of around Rs.500 crore.

The Punjab Sports, Youth Services and NRI Affairs Minister Rana Gurmit Singh Sodhi, addressing a press conference here said, the own campus of the Maharaja Bhupinder Singh Punjab Sports University, the brainchild of Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh, will be coming up on the Patiala-Bhadson road at village Sidhuwal and adjacent to the Rajiv Gandhi National Law University, where 92.7 acres of land has been acquired to establish the campus equipped with the ultra-modern sports facilities.

The Minister also released a booklet with complete details about the university on the occasion.

"The Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh will lay the foundation stone of MBS Punjab Sports University on October 25", informed the minister adding that the architectural plan of the university has been prepared by the Chief Architect, PWD Punjab.

The Minister also divulged that a modern campus with world class training and academic infrastructure to promote sports education in sports sciences, sport technology, sports management and sports coaching of international standards, will be established with an estimated cost of Rs.500 Crore by Public Works Department (B&R).

The Sports Minister further added that currently, the University is functioning from the Annexe of the Mahindra Kothi, Patiala and the Gursewak College of Physical Education, Patiala and recently completed its first year.

The idea of the MBS Punjab Sports University, said Rana Sodhi, was conceived and visualized by Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh, who himself is an exceptional marksman, sports enthusiast and a Polo player. He felt that it was imperative for Punjab to have a specialized sports University if the state was to maintain its rich sporting heritage and dominance.

The Minister Rana Gurmit Singh Sodhi, who was accompanied by Olympic Champion Shooter Abhinav Bindra, Hockey Olympian Ajit Singh and Prabhjot Singh, MBSPSU Vice Chancellor Lieutenant General (Retd.) Dr. Jagbir Singh Cheema, Principal Secretary Sports & Youth Services Mr. K. Siva Prasad, Director Sports Mr. D.P.S. Kharbanda, MBSPSU Registrar Col. Navjit Singh Sandhu, Mr. Manjit Singh Nijjar UK (NRI Coordinator), Famous personality Mr. Karan Gilhotra and Joint Secretary Sports Council Mr. Kartar Singh, further said that besides imparting education in sports sciences, technology, management and coaching, the university will also function as a training center for select disciplines by incorporating internationally established practices.

STATE-OF-THE-ART OUTDOOR AND INDOOR SPORTS FACILITIES TO COME UP

Sports Minister Rana Gurmit Singh Sodhi informed that the construction work of the campus of Maharaja Bhupinder Singh Punjab Sports University will comprise of state-of-the-art sports facilities such as; outdoor sports playground to include synthetic Athletic stadium, Astro-Turf hockey grounds, basketball, handball/ volleyball courts and shooting cum archery range, Indoor Multi-purpose Halls for boxing and wrestling, weightlifting, Badminton, Squash, Gymnasium and Yoga, state-of-the-art Fitness Center equipped with latest scientific apparatus and technology, Academic Block comprising of specialized scientific labs for sports science and biomechanics courses, auditorium, separate residential areas for girl and boy students, office block. Apart from this, the university will house a Museum to preserve the rich sporting glory, tradition and heritage of the Punjab.

‘SPORTS SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT TO BE TAUGHT’

The Sports Minister Rana Sodhi categorically said that it would be the first time in Punjab, when sports would be treated as something way beyond the boundaries of physical activities on the field. Other aspects such as sports science, sports technology and sports management would be taught thus bringing about a drastic transformation in the changes in psyche of our sportspersons.

FOUR SPORTS AND YOGA COURSES FROM THE ENSUING SESSION

The MBS Punjab Sports University, which received official recognition from the UGC on 9th September 2019 and became functional on 16 September 2019, conducting two courses namely B.P.E.S. and PG Diploma in Yoga, while four courses; B.P.E.S. (1st and 2nd Year), M.sc. Yoga and Post-Graduation Diploma in Yoga will be started with effect from the ensuing session, said the Minister, adding that futuristic courses in line with the demands of the sports industry and scientific coaching are being planned.

Significantly, the university was notified by an Act of The Legislature of the state of Punjab on 24 Aug 2019 and Prof. Gursewak College of Physical Education, Patiala was nominated as the constituent college. Prominent sportsmen Lieutenant General (Dr.) Jagbir Singh Cheema was appointed as the founder Vice Chancellor.

MBSPSU WILL PROVE TO BE A GAME CHANGER: ABHINAV BINDRA

Speaking on the occasion, Olympic Champion Shooter Abhinav Bindra said that setting up of the specialized sports university in Punjab will prove to be a game changer and would act not only as an institution providing State of the art training in sports but would be an inspiration for the youngsters of the State as well as the country. He also thanked the Sports Minister for playing a pivotal role for the establishment of the prestigious university.

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CS VINI MAHAJAN REVIEWS THE STATUS OF ONGOING DEVELOPMENT WORKS IN DISTRICTS RUPNAGAR, SAS NAGAR & SBS NAGAR

• KICK STARTED FIELD VISITS FROM RUPNAGAR DIVISION

• CORONA CASES DECREASE BUT PUNJAB GOVERNMENT STILL ON HIGH ALERT: VINI MAHAJAN

• STUBBLE BURNING CASES DECLINED SUBSTANTIALLY, ALL THE DEPARTMENTS ARE EXECUTING AWARENESS CAMPAIGNS IN THIS REGARDS

Chandigarh/Rupnagar, October 23:-'The Punjab Government is fully prepared to deal with the Coronavirus pandemic. Although Corona's wrath has wreaked havoc all over the world and in different parts of India, but it is our good fortune and good governance of the Punjab Government that has enabled us to contain the Corona outbreak to a great extent. Although the corona cases decreased, according to health experts, it may pick up again in December or January. That is why our health institutions are instructed not to be negligent in matters of identification, testing and treatment of corona, but to make the health arrangements more vigilant in this matter so that if there is an increase in cases of corona in future we should be prepared enough to deal with it effectively.' It was said by Ms. Vini Mahajan, Chief Secretary Punjab, while interacting with the media at District Administrative Complex, Rupnagar today.

The Chief Secretary was here on one-day visit to Rupnagar division. She also visited Sri Keshgarh Sahib in the morning to pay her obeisance. She presided over the meeting to review the progress of the various schemes of the Punjab Government being run in the districts Rupnagar, SAS Nagar and SBS Nagar at the district administrative complex, Rupnagar. Mrs. Ravneet Kaur, Additional Chief Secretary, Forest & Wildlife Preservation, Mrs. Jaspreet Talwar, Principal Secretary, Water Supply & Sanitation, Mr. Raj Kamal Choudhary, Commissioner, Rupnagar Division, Mrs. Sonali Giri, Deputy Commissioner, Rupnagar, Mr. Girish Dayalan, Deputy Commissioner, SAS Nagar, Mrs. Shena Agarwal, Deputy Commissioner, SBS Nagar and Dr. Akhil Choudhary, SSP Rupnagar was also present in the meeting.

During the meeting the Chief Secretary Ms. Vini Mahajan was apprised about the present status of the coronavirus in the Districts Rupnagar, SAS Nagar and SBS Nagar. Chief Secretary also directed the DCs to make arrangements for 24 hours testing of corona in the district hospitals. She also took stock of the current situation of burning of straw after harvest of paddy crop in these districts. The Chief Secretary expressed her satisfaction over the declining trend of stubble burning but directed the Deputy Commissioners not to use any leniency in the matter and take stern action against the violators. The Chief Secretary reviewed the other major schemes of the Punjab Government including the status of DAPO Programme, OOAT Clinics and Rehabilitation Centers of the Health Department besides the functioning and status of De-addiction Centers. Apart from this the Chief Secretary also reviewed the current figures of excise and tax collection, stamp duty, VAT and GST collection in the districts.

Replying to a query during an informal meeting with the media after the review meeting, the Chief Secretary said that the festive season was coming with which our religious and cultural sentiments were connected. She said that although the disease of Corona has not been completely eradicated yet but realizing the importance of these festivals, the Punjab government has given full support to the people. But at the same time, some restrictions have been imposed keeping in view the larger social concerns, such as banning people from overcrowding in one place and instructing them to wear masks when going to public places and to maintain social distance.

On the question of stubble burning, she said that the trend of residue burning this year was very low due to the initiatives taken by the state government. She said that various Panchayats were pledging not to burn straw by passing resolutions at their level, while various farmers were saying through social media that burning of straw polluted the environment and reduced the fertility of the land. She said that there was a lot of awareness among the people and of course every department of the government was working diligently to create awareness among the people on this issue.

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Punjab Government Launched Special drive to check adulterated food

Chandigarh, October 23:On the directives of Health Minister Punjab Mr. Balbir Singh Sidhu, in view of festival season the Food and Drug Administration Department has launched the special drive to check the adulterated food items.

The Minister said that during the regime of festival days, it is usual practice of the public to celebrate the festivals with sweets being a tradition in our country for sharing love and affection. The public is already under the fear of COVID-19 pandemic, assessing the situation, the Government has decided that no adulterated or spurious sweets containing Milk & Milk products would be sold into the market. The Food & Drugs Administration would ensure that the standard quality milk khoya & paneer and other sweets shall be made available to the public.

Strict directions have been issued to the Food & Drugs Administration in this regard. He advised to the sweet vendors that they shall take utmost care in preparation / processing of sweets especially made from Khoya or Milk that no product shall be made from adulterated material because the Government cannot afford to play havoc with lives of the people. He further advised the vendors to be cautious & directed the department to take strict action against the persons involved in adulteration.

A special drive to check this menace has been launched with effect from today.

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Department of Health & Family Welfare, Punjab Media Bulletin-COVID-19

23rd October 2020 (05:00pm)

1. Details of Samples and Cases:-

1

Total Samples taken

2433133

2

Total samples collected on the day

23447

3

Total No. of patients tested positive

130157

4

No. of patients discharged

121735

5

Number of active cases

4327

6

No. of Patients on oxygen support

110

7

Patients who are critical and on ventilator support

27

8

Total Deaths reported

4095

On 23rd October 2020

1.

Number of new patients on oxygen support

07

2.

Number of new patients admitted in ICU

05

(Amritsar-5)

3.

Number of new patients put on ventilator support

02

(Ludhiana-1, FG sahib-1)

4.

Number of new patients discharged

580

(Jalandhar-70, Patiala-53, SAS-55, Amritsar-48, Gurdaspur-80, Bathinda-41, Hoshiarpur-26, Pathankot-35, Sangrur-6, Kapurthala-15, Faridkot-7,

Muktsar-30, Fazilka-43, Moga-4, Ropar-20, FG Sahib- 13, Barnala-14, Tarn Taran-11, SBS Nagar-4, Mansa- 5)

5.

Number of new deaths reported

23

(Amritsar-3, Bathinda-3, Fazilka-1, Gurdaspur-1,

Hoshiarpur-3, Ludhiana-3, Mansa-1, Muktsar-1, Patiala-2, Ropar-2, Sangrur-1, Tarn Taran-2)


Patients reported positive on 23rd October 2020- 481

District

Number of cases

Source of

Infection outside Punjab

Local Cases

Remarks

Ludhiana

53

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7 Contacts of positive cases. 17 New cases (OPD). 17 New cases (ILI). 9 New cases. 2 New cases (HCW). 1 New case

(Pre Operative)

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Jalandhar

98

---------------

Rest cases details pending as reports received

late

Patiala

20

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2 Contacts of positive cases. 18 New cases.

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SAS Nagar

53

---------------

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Cases details pending as reports received

late.

Amritsar

38

---------------

16 Contacts of positive cases. 22 New cases.

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Gurdaspur

13

---------------

1 New Case (ILI), 12 New Cases

---------------

Bathinda

25

---------------

7 New cases (ILI). 1 contact of positive case. 17 New cases (OPD)

---------------

Hoshiarpur

75

---------------

12 Contacts of positive cases. 4 New cases (ILI).

59 New cases.

---------------

Ferozepur

9

---------------

4 Contacts of positive cases. 5 New cases.

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Pathankot

3

---------------

3 New Cases

---------------

Sangrur

3

---------------

2 New cases (OPD). 1 contact of positive case.

---------------

Kapurthala

18

---------------

1 contact of positive case.

17 New cases

---------------


Faridkot

13

---------------

5 Contacts of positive cases. 2 New cases

(Frontline Workers). 6 New cases.

---------------

Muktsar

15

---------------

7 New cases (OPD). 4 New cases (ILI). 4 Contacts of positive cases.

---------------

Fazilka

14

---------------

14 New Cases (OPD)

---------------

Moga

------

---------------

---------------

---------------

Ropar

4

---------------

4 New cases.

---------------

FG Sahib

4

---------------

4 New cases (OPD)

---------------

Barnala

2

---------------

2 New cases (OPD)

---------------

Tarn Taran

5

---------------

3 New cases (OPD). 1 New case. 1 contact of positive case.

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SBS Nagar

4

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4 New cases.

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Mansa

12

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3 Contacts of positive cases. 9 New cases.

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2. Cumulative Cases:-

S. No.

District

Total Confirmed Cases

Total Active Cases

Total Cured

Deaths

1.

Ludhiana

19890

331

18731

828

2.

Jalandhar

14671

465

13747

459

3.

Patiala

12585

285

11927

373

4.

SAS Nagar

11971

535

11207

229

5.

Amritsar

11636

264

10934

438

6.

Gurdaspur

6787

181

6410

196

7.

Bathinda

6832

332

6359

141

8.

Hoshiarpur

5853

148

5501

204

9.

Ferozepur

4141

129

3892

120

10.

Pathankot

4333

164

4065

104

11.

Sangrur

3859

96

3599

164

12.

Kapurthala

3949

136

3649

164

13.

Faridkot

3139

165

2920

54

14.

Muktsar

2917

164

2693

60

15.

Fazilka

2892

189

2656

47

16.

Moga

2441

48

2315

78

17.

Ropar

2401

202

2090

109

18.

FG Sahib

2127

54

1974

99

19.

Barnala

2036

194

1793

49

20.

Tarn Taran

1971

108

1780

83

21.

SBS Nagar

1862

45

1756

61

22.

Mansa

1864

92

1737

35

Total

130157

4327

121735

4095

  • From Jalandhar 17 repeat case entries deleted.
  • From Gurdaspur 2 cases shifted to Mansa and 4 cases shifted to Hoshiarpur.
  • From Hoshiarpur 1 death case shifted to Tarn Taran.
  • From Ferozepur 1 death case shifted to Ropar.


Containment Zones:-

S.NO

District

s.no.

Containment

Total population of the area contained

1

Fazilika

1

Nai Abadi Abohar

3539

Total

3539

2

Muktsar sahib

1

District Jail, Sri Muktsar Sahib

800

total

800

3

SBS Nagar

1

Banna

180

2

Mahlon

120

Total

300

Punjab Total

4

4639


Micro Containment Zones:-

s.no

District

s.no.

Micro containments

Total population of the area contained

1

Amritsar

1

Sunder Nagar 7 B

165

2

Raj Avenue

40

TOTAL

205

2

Ludhiana

1

B-11, 1358 Ram Nagar Civil line Ldh

288

2

#57 stno 3 Bank colony Khanna

3

#4938 guru Nanak Colony Machhiwara

190

4

Stno 2 Jethi Nagar Khanna

5

87 B/ 88 B Sarabha Nagar

253

6

Vill Jandi Sidhwanbet

1503

7

Vill Narangwal

500

TOTAL

2734

3

Jalandhar

1

Guru Ram Das Nagar

341

TOTAL

341

4

Fatehgarh sahib

1

VILL KHANPUR, PHC NANDPUR KALOUR

125


TOTAL

125

5

Bathinda

1

kotha guru block bhagta

226

TOTAL

226

6

SBS Nagar

1

Partap Nagar

21

2

Taunsa

120

Total

141

7

Fazilika

1

Army cant Fazilka

136

Total

136

8

Patiala

1

Vill. Badla, Block Dudhan Sadhan, Patiala

89

Total

89

GRAND TOTAL

16

3997


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