PUNJAB CM DIRECTS 100% TESTING IN MICRO CONTAINMENT AND CONTAINMENT ZONES

EXHORTS PEOPLE TO TAKE MEDICAL HELP AS SOON AS SYMPTOMS DEVELOP, FOR COMPLETE CURE

Chandigarh, August 13: Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Thursday emphasized the need for 100% testing in the micro containment and containment zones using Rapid Antigen Tests to keep the further spread of COVID-19 under check.

Reviewing the prevalent Covid situation across the state, the Chief Minister asked the Deputy Commissioners, Commissioners of Police, SSPs and Civil Surgeons to go for a vigorous contact tracing, of at least 10 contacts of each positive case. He also directed testing of persons with multiple contacts on account of their occupations, such as shop workers, mandi workers, and frontline government employees, within this week, declaring that this should be a "Testing Week".

The Chief Minister also directed that all the offices, business establishments, industrial units and marriage palaces etc where more than 10 people gather, must appoint 'Covid Monitors' to ensure adherence of health and safety protocols meticulously. These Monitors would be responsible to ensure proper hygiene and sanitisation of working places to check the infections from this disease. Captain Amarinder Singh also exhorted the people who have recovered from this disease to generously donate plasma in the designated plasma banks at Government Medical Colleges of Patiala, Amritsar and Faridkot to treat the patients infected with Coronavirus.

Showing deep concern over the general perception amongst the public about the stigma attached to Coronavirus, Captain Amarinder Singh asked the Chief Secretary to direct Public Relations department to launch a vigorous publicity campaign to bring awareness amongst the people about the significance of corona testing as at present people were shying away from getting tested due to this stigma. Citing his own example, the Chief Minister said that he has no qualms for such stigma as he would gladly share his video of getting tested on various social media platforms to instill confidence amongst the people about testing which was of paramount importance especially during the recent spike.

Earlier interacting with the Deputy Commissioners, Police Commissioners, SSPs and Civil Surgeons of four worst corona hit districts viz. Ludhiana, Jalandhar, Patiala and Amritsar, the Chief Minister asked these officers to divide the districts into sectors to keep a strict vigil over the Covid situation by ramping up 100% testing, surveillance and contact tracing. Each Sector would be supervised by a joint team comprising of civil and police officers of gazetted rank, who would ensure the completion of above tasks in a time bound manner. He also underscored the need to intensify the efforts to launch testing on war footing especially within the old walled areas of these cities, where most of such cases remain untraced.

Updating the Chief Minister Health & Family Welfare Minister Balbir Singh Sidhu underlined the need to boost the capacity building in Gian Sagar Hospital and Civil Hospital Mohali to cope up with the rapidly rising cases of Covid on daily basis. Making a brief presentation to apprise the Chief Minister about the current Covid situation, the Health Advisor Dr. KK Talwar said that by and large all the Medical Colleges and Government hospitals are fully equipped with robust medical infrastructure and trained doctors and paramedics to overcome any unforeseen exigency amid spurt in the Covid cases in near future.

Taking part in the deliberations, DGP Dinkar Gupta urged the Chief Minister to request the religious leaders like Jathedar of Sri Akal Takhat Sahib and other heads of the religious organizations to appeal to the people to strictly follow the guidelines of Health Department to protect themselves and their loved ones from this deadly virus. He also pointed out that a coordinated approach should be followed by involving all the departments to tackle the further spread of Covid pandemic by intensifying Rapid Antigen Testing in containment zones and contact tracing. Gupta also further said that the entire Police was working day and night to enforce Covid restrictions and generally people are now following them.

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PUNJAB CM FLAYS MAJITHIA’S DISGRACEFUL TARGETED ATTACK ON DGP OVER HOOCH TRAGEDY

TRASHES SAD LEADER’S UNFOUNDED CHARGE OF DGP `SHIELDING’ SSP AMRTISAR RURAL

Chandigarh, August 13-Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Thursday said the targeted attack by SAD against a senior and highly professional officer of Punjab Police was yet another shameful attempt by them to exploit the unfortunate hooch tragedy to push their own political agenda with an eye on the next Assembly polls in the state.

He was reacting to Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) leader Bikram Majithia’s statement accusing DGP Dinkar Gupta of `shielding’ SSP Amritsar Rural over the latter’s alleged failure to act on a complaint against the liquor mafia, leading to the tragedy.

There was no question or need of `shielding’ an officer who had an unblemished track record, including against drug and illicit liquor smugglers/ traders, said the Chief Minister, adding that SSP Dhruv Dahiya had, in fact, been on his personal security team. “A person with links with mafia, as was being suggested by the SAD, could hardly be trusted with my security,” he quipped. Noting that all SSPs and DCs were appointed directly by him, Captain Amarinder said the DGP or CS could not be held responsible for their actions in any case.

Contrary to what Majithia has been falsely claiming, the SSP had received no specific complaint from any citizen about manufacturing of hooch, said the Chief Minister. The SSP had absolutely no information about manufacture of illicit liquor or registration numbers of vehicles, as alleged by Majithia, he further said, trashing the SAD leader’s charges against the officer. In fact, said Captain Amarinder, if there had been even a suspicion of the SSP protecting or conniving with the liquor smugglers, he would have been the first to take action against the officer, as he had done against five others immediately after the tragedy came to light.

Expressing shock at SAD’s continued attempts to seize the major tragedy for promoting their own vested interests, Captain Amarinder said it reflected the appalling low that the party had touched in its desperation to connect with the people

The Chief Minister pointed out that the entire supply chain in the hooch tragedy, originating from Ludhiana and moving via Moga to Tarn Taran, Amritsar (Rural) and Batala was unearthed from investigation which was conducted by Amritsar (Rural) under the supervision of the said SSP.

During his year-long tenure as SSP Tarn Taran, Dahiya was responsible for major liquor seizures, amounting to 10921757 ml of illicit liquor, 51060 kg of lahan, 2160390 ml of English wine and 36 working stills. He had also cracked down on drugs in a big way, with 76.095 kg heroin recovered and 601 cases under NDPS Act were registered, along with 772 arrests, during his tenure there, said the Chief Minister, citing figures. Following Operation Red Rose, Tarn Taran Police, under Dahiya, had made daily illicit liquor recoveries which were amongst the highest in the state. In addition, he had led many successful operations against terror, narco-terrorists, gangsters etc.

Dahiya’s success in fighting liquor smuggling had continued since his transfer to Amritsar, on July 31, 2020, with a total of 269 FIRs registered under the Excise Act, along with illicit liquor seizure of 3050.070 litres, Lahan 10735 kg, working stills 11 and Alcohol 655.5 litres.

The Chief Minister said while small-scale manufacturing of illicit liquor had been going for years, with the police force under DGP Gupta, busting several modules in recent months, the lockdown resulting from Covid had spiked the demand for liquor due to non-availability of the same. Some of these liquor smugglers saw in this the opportunity to make a fast buck and started using all kinds of chemicals in the manufacture of the hooch, leading to the tragedy, he added.

Even amid the lockdown, pointed out the Chief Minister, the Punjab Police had continued with its crackdown on illegal liquor smuggling, with 8467 FIRs registered and 6864 persons arrested between May 17 and August 12, 2020. A total of 1,04,994 Ltrs of Illicit liquor, 1,81,640 Ltrs of Licit liquor and 16,21,258 kgs of Lahan were recovered, along with 12,365 Ltrs of Whisky, 199 Ltrs of Rum and 1,110 Ltrs of Beer, as well as 12,025 Ltrs of Spirit and seizure of 375 working stills.

Since January this year, a total of 11,708 FIRs have been registered and 10,639 persons have been arrested in this connection.

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Punjab achieves 1st rank in operationalisation of HWCs: Balbir Singh Sidhu

  • ·Punjab recorded 28.1 lakh footfalls in HWCs during last five months
  • ·Free 27 essential drugs & 6 diagnostic services being provided by these centres
  • ·2042 HWCs are operational in State where 1600 CHOs have been appointed, 823 more candidates to appoint by this year
  • 6.8 lac individuals screened for hypertension, diabetes & Cancer

Chandigarh, July 13:Punjab has achieved 1st rank in operationalisation of Health & Wellness Centers (HWCs) as per the latest ranking of states released by the Government of India. This scheme was launched in the state in the year 2019.

Disclosing this here today, the Health & Family Welfare Minister Mr. Balbir Singh Sidhu said that despite restrictions on the movement of people due to COVID-19 pandemic led lockdown, HWCs across Punjab recorded 28.1 lakh footfalls in the last five months. The OPD services, RCH services, preventive and curative clinical services for communicable and non-communicable diseases are being provided at these centers by HWC team including Community Health Officer (CHO) along with Multi-Purpose Workers (male and female) & ASHAs. 27 Essential drugs and 6 diagnostic services were being provided free of cost at these centers.

Mr. Sidhu said that under the visionary guidance of Chief Minister Punjab Capt. Amarinder Singh, Punjab would soon become the leading State in the Health sector as the state government has taken the pro-people initiative to further strengthen the health infrastructure. He said that currently, 2042 HWCs are operational across the state. Total 1600 Community Health Officers have been appointed at HWCs and 823 more candidates will be appointed as CHOs by the end of this year after the completion of bridge course. No stone would be left unturned to upgrade the essential Primary Health services in rural areas of State.

The Minister said that apart from this, in the last five months, 6.8 lakh individuals were screened at the HWCs for hypertension, 4 lakh for diabetes and 6 lakh for oral, breast or cervical cancer. Medicines were dispensed at the HWCs to about 2.4 lakh patients of hypertension and 1.4 lakh diabetes patients, despite the challenges posed by COVID-19.

Lauding the efforts being made by HWCs teams, he said that leading from the front, HWC staffers are also taking samples of COVID suspected patients. HWC team regularly visits the people who had been asked to quarantine themselves in houses, to track down appearance of symptoms and to check if people were following the instructions given to them. They are also involved in contact tracing of COVID positive patients.

Dr. Areet Kaur, HWCs State Programme Officer said that telemedicine services were also being provided at Health and wellness centers from month of March 2020. A telemedicine Hub has been established in sector 11, Chandigarh with 4 Medical officers. Under this initiative, the Community Health Officers at HWC/sub-center level connects with Medical officers at the hub through video calling. The Medical officer at the hub examines the patient via virtual platform and prescribes medicines as per the signs and symptoms. CHO then dispenses the medicines to the patient, based on the prescription received through e Sanjeevani. Till date, about 5000 tele-consultations have been done.

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PUNJAB GOVERNMENT TO PROVIDE 40% SUBSIDY ON SILAGE BALER-CUM-WRAPPER MACHINES: TRIPT BAJWA

Farmers to get financial assistance upto Rs. 5.60 lakh per machine

Chandigarh, August 13: The Punjab government has launched a new scheme to provide 40% subsidy to the farmers on the Silage Baler-cum-Wrapper machines through the Punjab Dairy Development Board to promote the dairy farming sector in the state and make it more advanced and profitable. In a press statement issued today, Mr. Tript Rajinder Singh Bajwa, Animal Husbandry, Fisheries and Dairy Development, Minister, Punjab said that the Punjab government was making continuous efforts to modernise the production and maintenance of green fodder.

The Animal Husbandry Minister said that the increase in the area under green fodder would not only increase the milk production but also reduce the area under the traditional crops wheat and paddy, which would also help to save ground water. He also said that with the implementation of this scheme the progressive farmer who buys the machine would be provided financial assistance up to Rs. 5.60 lakh by the government.

The Minister further said that the availability of green fodder throughout the year has been a very important issue for the dairy farmers as this is very common that green fodder is surplus in some months and dairy farmers face shortage in other months. To tackle this problem some progressive farmers were making silage from green fodder with their own efforts in a traditional way but this could not be transported from one place to another place or stored for a longer period. But now with the invention of these newly advanced technology machines silage balers made from green fodder could be easily wrapped and packed in bags, tubes and easily transported to small, landless farmers, urban dairies and green fodder deficient states. ‘This would also provide new business and self-employment opportunities to the farmers of the state as they could flourish this business by selling packed Silage to the landless and needy dairy farmers across the country’, the minister added.

Mr. Inderjit Singh, Director, Dairy Development, briefing about the scheme said that after giving expression of interest in newspapers for Silage Baler Machines, Cornest Agri Products Pvt. Ltd. (Hyderabad), Nav Bharat Farmers Producers Company Limited (Andhra Pradesh), Massers Bakhshish Industries (Bassi Pathana), Dynamic Machinery and Equipment Company (Ludhiana), Ujjawala Harvester Corporation (Andhra Pradesh) expressed interest in empanelment.He said that after evaluation of the offers of the companies by an expert committee and a field trials of these machines, only three companies Masers Ujjawala Harvester Corporation, Dynamic Machinery & Equipment and Masers Bakhshish Industries were found to be in compliance with the set standards and can make bundles of 100 kg and 500 kg.

The director has further requested all the milk producers and entrepreneurs to get in touch with the district level or state level offices to avail the benefits of this scheme. He further said that for more information the interested can contact the helpline number of the department at 0172-5027285 during any working day.

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PUNJAB MANDI BOARD LAUNCHES IN-HOUSE DEVELOPED ‘QVIC’ MOBILE APP TO ENSURE ITS SEAMLESS FUNCTIONING AMID COVID-19

LAL SINGH COMPLIMENTS TEAM MANDI BOARD FOR DEVELOPING FIRST OF ITS KIND APP BY ANY STATE GOVERNMENT IN THE COUNTRY

Chandigarh/Mohali, August 13-To ensure efficacious functioning and seamless coordination especially during trying circumstances amid Covid-19, the Punjab Mandi Board on Thursday launched an in-house Video Conferencing Mobile App ‘QVIC’ a acronym for "Quick Video Calling App" where an audio or video call can be made with a mere click.

While launching this unique mobile app at Punjab Mandi Board Complex in Mohali, the Chairman Punjab Mandi Board Laal Singh pointed out that Punjab is the first state in the country to develop such state-of-the-art app so far at government level. The novel initiative would ensure greater security in its communication, transparency and speedy disposal of the official work.

Notwithstanding the multitude of challenges inflicted by the spread of COVID-19, it is imperative that governments must continue to function, conduct business, implement policies and provide relief to its citizens. Pre-Covid, Governments relied on face-to-face meetings and interactions, they are now left with no other alternative than using video conferences to ensure work is not effected and that the remote workforce can collaborate and be productive from a distance.

Taking into account the COVID inflicted challenges faced by Punjab Mandi Board during wheat Procurement 2020 and the experience gained having used private VC tools, which were available free of cost at that time, Lal Singh lauded the personal initiative of Secretary Mandi Board Ravi Bhagat who got developed a secure ‘local product’, make available for Mandi Board on similar lines of the commercial tools with an ease to use technologically and a secure face-to-face connections.

Highlighting the salient features of the newly launched app, Secretary Mandi Board said through this exclusive Government to Government (G to G) Video Conferencing communication-a game changer, working of the Board can be reviewed without any hassles as the app contains ‘Group Calling’ and ‘Meeting Summoning’. Bhagat further stated that the meeting can also be transferred to computer or laptop also adding that the app has noteworthy features such as record the call for up to 30 days, share presentations, participants, no time limit, unlimited one-on-one meetings and group meetings, can record meetings and save securely on govt servers, noise cancellation feature, screen share, text chats can include photos and audio files, uses end-to-end encryption.

Notably, the service is available across all major platforms, Windows, macOS, Android and iOS, offers high quality HD video and audio. The app also has "Group Calling" at one click of a button among its features through which any senior officer can have a chat with his/her subordinate officers simultaneously. Punjab Mandi Board has developed an in-house tool which is at par with available foreign apps with the highest standards of data security and privacy built in.

Beginning in early-March, the world experienced an unprecedented shift to working from home. VCs, the previously acknowledged as an alternative way to communicate, has suddenly taken centre stage to become the sole safe medium to effectively communication.

However, the privacy issues of the available VC tools far outnumber its uses, something that’s made even the Government to sit up and take notice. Any insecure usage of the platform may allow cyber hackers to access sensitive information such as meeting details and conversations. Besides the “V.C. Bombing” or exposed chat thread, the data transmission and post-call archiving are the most vulnerable area of conferencing security. If a conference call is hacked, the conference stream can turn into a private surveillance camera, recording and re-broadcasting the meeting, a security nightmare. The QVIC app has taken care of all these issues.

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Department of Health & Family Welfare, PunjabMedia Bulletin-COVID-19

13th August 2020 (05:00pm)

1. Details of Samples and Cases:-

1

Total Samples taken

723357

2

Total No. of patients tested positive

27936

3

No. of patients discharged

17839

4

Number of active cases

9391

5

No. of Patients on oxygen support

142

6

Patients who are critical and on ventilator support

25

7

Total Deaths reported

706*

*From Ludhiana 2 duplicate death case entries deleted and 3 death cases excluded as they were tested negative.

On 13th August 2020

1.

Number of new patients on oxygen support

NIL

2.

Number of new patients admitted in ICU

07

(Jalandhar-6, Amritsar-1)

3.

Number of new patients put on ventilator support

14

(Ludhioana-10, Jalandhar-2, Faridkot-2)

4.

Number of new patients discharged

627

(Ludhiana-160, Amritsar-72, Sangrur-23, Hoshiarpur-15, Gurdaspur-23, Ferozepur- 70, Pathankot-11, Tarn Taran-55, FG Sahib-15, Moga-83, SBS Nagar-2, Fazilka- 5, Kapurthala-26, Ropar-36, Muktsar-14,

Barnala-4, Mansa-13)

5.

Number of new deaths reported

36

(Amritsar-2, Gurdaspur-1, Hoshiarpur-1, Jalandhar-5, Kapurthala-3, Ludhiana-13, SAS Nagar-3, Patiala-2, Ropar-1, Sangrur- 3, Tarn Taran-2)

Patients reported positive on 13th August 2020- 1035

District

Number of cases

Source of Infection outside Punjab

Local Cases

Remarks

Ludhiana

222

1 New Case (Foreign Returned)

43 Contacts of Positive cases. 67 New Cases (ILI). 2 New Cases (HCW). 20 New Cases. 19 New Cases (OPD). 7 New cases (SARI). 3 New cases (ANC). 6 New Cases (Police

Personnel). 12 New Cases.

Rest cases details pending as reports received late

Jalandhar

176

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Cases details pending as reports received late

Amritsar

41

-----------

14 New Cases (ILI). 16 New Cases (OPD). 11 Contacts of Positive cases.

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Patiala

140

-----------

60 New Cases. 36 contacts of Positive cases. 44 New cases (ILI)

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Sangrur

24

-----------

10 Contacts of Positive Cases.

1 New Case ( Frontline Worker). 1 New Case ( ILI). 2

New Cases (SARI). 10 New cases.

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SAS Nagar

88

-----------

-----------

Cases details pending as reports received late

Hoshiarpur

2

-----------

2 New Cases.

-----------

Gurdaspur

2

-----------

2 New cases.

-----------

Ferozepur

66

5 New Cases (Foreign Returned)

10 New Cases. 10 New cases (ILI). 41 Contacts of Positive cases.

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Pathankot

1

-----------

1 New Case (ILI)

-----------

Tarn Taran

7

1 New case (Domestic Traveler)

3 New cases (OPD). 2 New Cases (Frontline workers). 1 New Case

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Bathinda

79

-----------

28 New cases. 5 New cases (Police personnel). 27 New cases (Prisoners). 16 contacts

of Positive cases. 3 New cases (ILI)

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FG Sahib

43

-----------

18 Contacts of Positive cases. 5 New Cases (OPD). 3 New

Cases (ILI). 2 New Cases (Pre Operative). 15 New Cases

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Moga

21

-----------

2 New Cases

Rest cases details pending as reports received late

SBS Nagar

17

-----------

16 Contacts of Positive cases.

1 New case

-----------

Faridkot

32

-----------

-----------

Cases details pending as reports received late.

Fazilka

5

-----------

4 Contacts of Positive cases. 1 New case (ILI)

-----------

Kapurthala

19

-----------

5 Contacts of Positive cases.

14 New cases.

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Ropar

10

-----------

7 New cases. 3 contacts of positive cases.

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Muktsar

15

1 New Case (Interstate Traveler)

10 Contacts of positive cases. 1 New Case (ANC). 2 New Cases (OPD). 1 New case

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Barnala

13

1 New Case (Interstate Traveler)

5 New Cases (ILI). 3 New Cases (OPD). 2 New Cases (Prisoner). 1 New Case. 1

contact of Positive Case

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Mansa

12

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8 New Cases. 4 Contacts of positive cases.

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* 9 Positive cases source of infection out of Punjab.

2. Cumulative Cases:-

S. No.

District

Total Confirmed Cases

Total Number of active cases

Total Discharged

Deaths

1.

Ludhiana

6146

1906

4031

209

2.

Jalandhar

3593

1208

2294

91

3.

Amritsar

2634

501

2029

104

4.

Patiala

3239

1368

1808

63

5.

Sangrur

1403

219

1140

44

6.

SAS Nagar

1594

852

714

28

7.

Hoshiarpur

760

143

595

22

8.

Gurdaspur

972

249

695

28

9.

Ferozepur

777

363

404

10

10.

Pathankot

646

198

433

15

11.

Tarn Taran

512

157

338

17

12.

Bathinda

1012

541

458

13

13.

FG Sahib

588

178

404

6

14.

Moga

654

202

446

6

15.

SBS Nagar

421

104

310

7

16.

Faridkot

498

208

289

1

17.

Fazilka

402

86

314

2

18.

Kapurthala

526

200

307

19

19.

Ropar

410

117

286

7

20.

Muktsar

341

86

252

3

21.

Barnala

553

403

140

10

22.

Mansa

255

102

152

1

Total

27936

9391

17839

706

  • From Ludhiana 1 death case shifted to Tarn Taran, 2 duplicate death case entries deleted and 3 death cases excluded as they were tested negative.
  • From Jalandhar 2 cases shifted to Hoshiarpur & 3 repeated case entries deleted.
  • From Amritsar 3 cases shifted to Moga and 2 cases shifted to Gurdaspur.

Containment Zones:-

S.NO

District

Large outbreak

Total population of the area contained

1

Amritsar

Sharifpura

6502

BSF khasa

2500

2

Jalandhar

shakti nagar

541

tel wali gali

235

3

Pathankot

Prem nagar

300

4

Patiala

peeli sarhak, Ragho majra

476

5

Ferozepur

Alle ke & Pioneer colony

1328

6

Fatehgarh sahib

Tewana Feed Rurki

55

Surjit Nagar MGG

457

Total

12394


Micro Containment Zones:-

S.No

District

S.No.

Microcontainments

Total population of the area contained

1

Amritsar

1

Amarkot(revisit)

229

2

Friends Avenue, Ranjit Avenue

125

3

Sohian Kalan(Revisit)

16

4

Pawan Nagar, Gali No. 17

250

5

Sabzi Mandi, Majitha

604

6

Mustfabad, Balmiki Gali

1000

7

Jujhar Singh Avenue

500

TOTAL

2724

2

Hoshiarpur

1

ward no.4 garhshankar

493

2

ward no 11 garhshankar

601

3

ward no 7

476

4

Ransota mand bhander

978

5

guru gobind singh nagar, hsp

1062

6

SAILA KHURD, BLOCK POSSI

5029

TOTAL

8639


3

Ludhiana

1

Phase - 1 Dugri

1907

2

jodhan Nr Bus stand

200

3

Rajguru Nagar

1100

4

Machiwara sahib

293

5

Sakti Vihar Haibowal Kalan

270

6

Shiwala Road , Chorra Bazar

30

7

New Azad Nagar

244

8

Bhumadi

3128

9

Dhandari kalan

220

10

Salempura

252

11

Sham Singh Road Civil Lines

307

12

Heavenly Palace Doraha

140

13

New Kidwai Nagar

600

14

Modi Enclave Rajguru Enclave

225

15

New agar Nagar

600

16

Daulat colony

392

17

Maya nagar

299

18

Tagore nagar

108

19

cartoon woods flat jhammat

72

TOTAL

10387

4

Patiala

1

Tulsi Nagar, Patran

100

2

NEW OFFICERS COLONY

162


3

DAMILA VIHAR

118

4

NEAR ARYA SMAJ

96

5

BAJWA COLONY ST NO 01 PATIALA

29

6

GURU NANAK NAGAR ST NO 13 PATIALA

57

7

SOODAN STREET ARYA SAMAJ PATIALA

52

8

ST.NO 20,AZAD NAGAR PATIALA

74

9

ST.NO 33,AZAD NAGAR PATIALA

111

10

Shiva Enclave Nabha

260

11

Ajit Nagar, Nabha

205

12

Bank street, Nabha

160

13

Gharamma patti

214

14

Agarsain Colony

167

15

Gher Sodian, Chappal bazar, Patiala

156

16

Gher Sodian, Near Gurdwara Rajvanshi, Patiala

22

17

Dooma vali Gali, Gher sodia, Patiala

45

18

MIG Flats Urban Estate Phase- 1

73

19

Markal Colony, Patiala

236

20

New Basti, Nabha

210

TOTAL

2547

5

Jalandhar

1

Adarsh Nagar , shahkot

196


2

Gopal Nagar

170

3

Abaadpura

1212

4

Azad nagar

498

5

Sangat Nagar , St 2

130

6

Adarsh Nagar

65

7

Mohalla Ravidas pura , Nakodar

706

8

Guru Ram Das Nagar

282

9

shiv raj garh

67

10

old vijay nagar

200

11

sunny enclave , jamsher

198

12

pind dolike , adampur

1852

13

mohalla sherpur , nakodar

235

14

gobind nagar

80

15

golden avenue

174

TOTAL

6065

6

Muktsar sahib

1

Khajoor Wali Gali, Sri Muktsar Sahib

412

2

Bank Road, Mithan Wali Gali, Sri Muktsar Sahib

1560

3

Puda colony, Malout

468

TOTAL

2440

7

Mansa

1

arvind nagar mansa city

390

2

BARETA MANDI WARD. NO. 3, RAILWAY STATION ROAD,BLOCK BUDHLADA, DISTT MANSA

913


TOTAL

1303

8

Fatehgarh sahib

1

Vill Sanghol

122

2

GT Road Bara

85

TOTAL

122

9

Fazilika

1

PS City Quarters, Jalalabad

99

2

Shakti nagar

324

TOTAL

423

10

Bathinda

1

ajit road

100

2

Nayi basti

950

TOTAL

1050

11

Barnala

1

KC road stno 5 to 6

400

2

Aastha colony

750

3

lakhi colony

1750

4

kacha colg road 8 to 9

400

5

SAS Nagar

2000

6

Pakho wala bagh

1560

7

Purana bazar mahal kalan

1250

TOTAL

8110

12

Faridkot

1

Backside bijli street kotkapura, faridkot

87

13

Mohali

1

Maple leaf restaurant sec 115

15


2

LIC colony mundi karari

74

TOTAL

89

14

Ropar

1

#1798, 4AB, pakka bagh

1484

15

Kapurthala

1

Vill. Fattu Dhinga

3174

2

Kaimpura Kapurthala

2062

3

Vill. Thatta Nawan Kapurthala

2615

4

Vill. Bhandal Bet, Kapurthala

2884

5

New Model town Chawala Niwas, Phagwara

1550

6

Urban Estate Phagwara

5816

TOTAL

18101

16

Pathankot

1

Kartholi nagar

250

2

Shiv nagar

220

3

Preet nagar

122

TOTAL

592