AGITATION & LEGAL RECOURSE WILL BE UNDERTAKEN SIMULTANEOUSLY TO FIGHT ANTI-NATIONAL FARM LAWS, SAYS CAPT AMARINDER

SAYS TAKING LEGAL ADVICE ON CHALLENGING ACTS IN SC, WILL DO WHAT IT TAKES TO PROTECT FARMERS

WARNS AGAINST ISI EXPLOITING FARMERS’ ANGST TO FOMENT TROUBLE, SLAMS AKALIS FOR SUPPORTING THE BLACK LAWS

HARISH RAWAT ANNOUNCES SIGNATURE CAMPAIGN TO COLLECT 2 CR FARMERS’ SIGNATURES FROM OCT 2

Chandigarh / Khatkar Kalan, September 28:Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Monday vowed to fight the Centre’s malicious and anti-national Agriculture Acts constitutionally and legally, asserting that he will do whatever it takes to protect the farmers from the nefarious designs of the Government of India.

Addressing the media in Chandigarh and earlier at Khatkar Kalan, where he sat on dharna in protest against the new legislations, Captain Amarinder said he will be consulting with lawyers to work out the legal course of action for challenging the unconstitutional laws in the Supreme Court. Agitation and legal recourse will have to be undertaken simultaneously to fight these new laws and force the Union Government to rethink its decision, he said.

Asserting that he does not want Punjab’s youth and farmers to take to arms to fight for their right to live, the Chief Minister warned that these new laws will endanger the security of the border state of Punjab, as Pakistan’s ISI was always on the lookout for opportunities to foment trouble.

Punjab has lost 35000 lives to terrorism in senseless violence in the past and with the unrest among the farmers spreading to other states, the entire nation would be exposed to the ISI threat, Captain Amarinder said, adding that Pak-backed forces will try to feed on the angst in India. Pointing out that 150 terrorists had been nabbed in Punjab in recent months with huge caches of arms and ammunition, the Chief Minister said he will not let anyone disturb the state’s peaceful atmosphere, which the new legislations had the potential to do.

AICC general secretary in charge of Punjab affairs, Harish Rawat, who was accompanying the Chief Minister, announced a signature campaign beginning October 2 to collect 2 crore signatures of farmers against the new Farm Laws. These will be submitted to the President of India on November 14 to coincide with Jawaharlal Nehru’s birth anniversary, he said, adding that Kisan Sammelans would also be organized to take the fight to its logical conclusion.

Describing Captain Amarinder Singh as the protector of farmers, Rawat said that the farming community was pinning its hopes on the Chief Minister Singh to lead them in this war against the black laws promulgated by the Centre. He took a dig at the Akalis, saying they had remained silent for a long time and were now coming to take credit for the fight for farmers’ rights.

Slamming the step-motherly treatment meted out on Punjabis and Punjab’s farmers to make big corporates like the Adanis happy, Captain Amarinder asked “Will the Adanis subsidise food for poor Indians?” These laws will spell the death-knell for the PDS system, apart from ruining Punjab and its farmers, he added.

Terming the new legislations as a total violation of the nation’s federal structure, the Chief Minister described the enactment of the Farm Bills as a black day for Punjab. The manner in which the laws were brought in through the Ordinances route and then pushed through Parliament without discussion was deplorable, he said, asserting that contrary to the lies being spread by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD), the Punjab government was never once apprised of the move to bring in such Ordinances.

Slamming the Akalis for defending the Bills for months, the Chief Minister again questioned what Harsimrat Badal was doing all this time and why she did not quit the Cabinet when the Ordinances were first brought in. “Why did the Akalis oppose us in the all party meeting? Why did they run away from assembly?” he asked, dismissing their hollow claims now on standing with the farmers. These claims are only meant to grab political power in Punjab, but nobody trusts them now, he said, adding that SAD’s decision to quit NDA was also the result of revolt from their own party members.

Captain Amarinder made it clear that the verbal assurances of the Centre on MSP could not be trusted. “When they can break constitutional guarantees who can trust their verbal assurance,” he remarked, questioning why MSP had not been made a constitutional right of the farmers in these Acts.

Captain Amarinder said those sitting at the Centre clearly knew nothing about Agriculture, which explained their bid to destroy the time-tested farmer-Arhtiya relations. The small farmers, whom his government had been trying to help over the past 3.5 years and who constitute more than 70% of the farming community, would be the worst affected, he added. In response to a question, he made it clear that the Punjab Congress manifesto spoke about widening the scope of the APMC Act and setting up hundreds of new Mandis/Yards to enable easy access to farmers.

The Chief Minister stressed the need for all to rise above politics to fight the Centre’s dangerous laws unitedly to protect Punjab and its people, especially the farmers. The fight at present was between the farmers and the central government, but the fact was that all powers of the states were being usurped by the Centre. “We have nothing left except excise from liquor sales, and all that Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has to say is that it’s an act of God,” he quipped.

Pointing out that the Centre was asking why farmers in Punjab were protesting, he remarked” What else should farmers do? Distribute ladoos?” Punjab’s farmers had not only fed the nation through the years, including during the pandemic, but had also made India self-sufficient in foograins, said the Chief Minister, adding that with the funds flow to the Mandi Board also getting affected by these laws, the development work in villages will also come to a standstill.

Replying to a query, the Chief Minister said while Rahul Gandhi had already taken up the cudgels against the Farm Laws, the Punjab Congress would seek his support in leading a nationwide struggle against these legislations.

In response to a question, Captain Amarinder reiterated that no action under Section 144, which had been imposed for protection from Covid, would be taken against the farmers who are forced to protest for their livelihood.

PPCC President Sunil Jakhar said the battle would be a long-drawn one but Captain Amarinder Singh would protect the interests of the farmers in the same way as he had done earlier to save the state’s river waters.

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PUNJAB CM ANNOUNCES RS 50 LAKHS FOR UPKEEP & MAINTENANCE OF BHAGAT SINGH MEMORAI AT KHATKAR KALAN

PAYS FLORAL TRIBUTES AT MEMORIAL OF THE GREAT MARTYR ON HIS 113TH BIRTH ANNIVERSARY

Khatkar Kalan (SBS Nagar), September 28:Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Monday announced Rs. 50 lakhs for the upkeep and maintenance of the memorial of Shaheed-e-Azam Bhagat Singh at ancestral village of Khatkar Kalan, where he paid floral tributes to the great martyr on his 113th birth anniversary at his ancestral village.

Remembering the courage of Bhagat Singh and other martyrs during the Indian freedom struggle, the Chief Minister exhorted the youth to emulate the high ideals of these revolutionaries.

Captain Amarinder recalled his visit to the cellular jail in Andaman and Nicobar Islands, where scores of revolutionaries lived through horrifying hardships in their fight to free India from the shackles of British imperialism.

The Chief Minister was joined by AICC General Secretary and Punjab Affairs incharge Harish Rawat, who also paid rich tributes to Shaheed Bhagat Singh, along with PPCC president Sunil Jakhar and MP Preneet Kaur at the `samadhi sthal’.

Tourism and Cultural Affairs Minister Charanjit Singh Channi and Finance Minister Manpreet Singh Badal, while paying homage to Shaheed-e-Azam Bhagat Singh, called upon the people to follow in his footsteps of the son of the soil, and take inspiration from his ideals.

Prominent among others who were present on the occasion included Punjab Vidhan Sabha Speaker Rana KP Singh, Cabinet Ministers Charanjit Singh Channi, OP Soni, Tript Rajinder Singh Bajwa, Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa, Sadhu Singh Dharmsot, Aruna Chaudhary, Balbir Singh Sidhu, Bharat Bhushan Ashu, Rana Gurjit Singh and Sunder Sham Arora. Besides, Members of Parliament including Preneet Kaur, Jasbir Singh Dimpa, Chaudhary Santokh Singh, Gurjit Singh Aujala, Dr Amar Singh and Mohd Sadeeq. MLAs Kuljit Singh Nagra, Darshan Singh Brar, Surinder Dawar, Sangat Singh Gilzian, Dr Raj Kumar Verka, Dr Raj Kumar Chabewal, Surjit Singh Dhiman, Nathu Ram, Dalvir Singh Goldy, Amrik Singh Dhillon, Dr Harjot Kamal, Gurkirat Singh Kotli, Gurpreet Singh GP, Harpartap Singh Ajnala, Harminder Singh Gill, Pargat Singh, Parminder Singh Pinki, Kulbir Singh Zira, Angad Singh Saini, Balwinder Singh Laddi, Santokh Singh Bhalaipur, Indu Bala, Sunil Dutti, Rajinder Beri, Sukhwinder Singh Danny, Fatehjung Singh Bajwa, Satkar Kaur, Chaudhary Surinder Singh, Darshan Lal Mangupur, Hardev Singh Laddi Sherowalia, Barindermeet Singh Pahra, Lakhvir Singh Lakha, Avtar Singh Henry, Sushil Kumar Rinku, Sukhpal Singh Bhullar, Kuldeep Singh Vaid, Sanjeev Talwar, Dr Dharmvir Agnihotri, Joginder Lal, Sukhjit Singh Lohgarh, Devinder Singh Ghubaya and Balwinder Singh Dhaliwal. Chairman Punjab Mandi Board Lal Singh and PPCC Secretary Captain Sandeep Singh Sandhu were also present on the occasion.

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Deadline for applications for ICT National Awards is October 15

The last date for receipt of applications for National Award for Teachers is fixed on October 15, 2020.

Chandigarh, September 28-Disclosing this here today a spokesperson of the school education department Punjab said that these awards are being given to the teachers for using the information and communication technology (ICT) in Education. For the awards of years 2018 and 2019 teachers can apply online. According to the spokesperson, ICT awards are given to teachers for motivating them use the ICT in education. These awards are given by the Government of India under the ICT@school scheme.

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Tript Bajwa expresses deep grief over the death of two employees of Panchayat and Animal Husbandry Department due to corona

Directs officials to immediately initiate process to provide benefits and jobs to dependents

Chandigarh, September 28: The Panchayat and Animal Husbandry Minister Mr. Tript Rajinder Singh Bajwa today expressed deep grief over the death of two employees of the Panchayat and Animal Husbandry Departments due to Corona pandemic.

The Panchayat Officer Gurcharan Singh serving at Machiwara Block Panchayat Office and Veterinary Inspector Jasbir Singh posted at Veterinary Hospital Jandiala Guru, District Amritsar Sahib had recently passed away due to corona.

Expressing solidarity with both the families, Mr. Bajwa said that the families of both the departed employees would be provided all possible help by the Punjab government. At the same time he directed the officers of both the departments to immediately pay the dues to the families of the departed employees and to take immediate action as per the instructions of the Punjab government to provide jobs to eligible dependents.

The Panchayat and Animal Husbandry Minister has prayed to the almighty in this hour of sorrow to give strength to the families of the departed souls.

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Rana Sodhi presents Astroturf gift to hockey fans on the Birth Anniversary of Shaheed Bhagat Singh

• Hockey Astroturf to be laid in Shaheed Bhagat Singh Stadium at Ferozepur at a cost of Rs.5.5 crore

• Sports Minister announces, Shaheed-e-Azam Bhagat Singh Hockey Cup will be held every year

Chandigarh, September 28:On the 113th Birth Anniversary of legendary revolutionary Shaheed Bhagat Singh, Punjab Sports and Youth Services Minister Rana Gurmit Singh Sodhi, on Monday, presented a gift to the hockey fans and especially youngsters of border region by announcing that a Hockey Astroturf would be laid at Shaheed Bhagat Singh Stadium at Ferozepur.

Disclosing in a press communiqué issued here today, Rana Sodhi said that the decision to lay down the Astroturf with a cost of Rs.5.5 crore at Ferozepur would be a great gift for the youth of the border region on the occasion of Birth Anniversary of Shaheed Bhagat Singh, the biggest inspiration for the youth of the country. “This Astroturf would be of great benefit to the Ferozepur region as well as the adjacent cities Faridkot, Moga and Tarn Taran, which are considered as a stronghold of the hockey”, he added.

The Sports Minister further announced that after laying the Astroturf, Shaheed Bhagat Singh Hockey Cup would be held every year in which renowned players of the country would take part.

Pertinent to mention that a single family from Ferozepur city has produced hundreds of hockey players including the great hockey Olympians Harmeet Singh, Ajit Singh and Gagan Ajit Singh, while Faridkot city has produced big players like Saini sisters, Rajinder Singh Senior, Chand Singh and Rupinderpal Singh. Apart from this, Moga and Tarn Taran districts have contributed a lot to India in the field of hockey.

He said that the state government was making all out efforts for the development of sports and sports persons in the state. “The sports policy of the state government was a right step towards this direction as it provides jobs as it emphasizes not only on enhancing the prize money of various National and International tournaments but also ensuring a robust and top-notch sports infrastructure in Punjab aiming at producing champions for national and international events”, he added.

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PSSCC takes suo motu notice of JAC decision for barring admission of SC students in private colleges

Chandigarh, September 28:The Punjab State Scheduled Castes Commission, taking a suo motu notice of a media reports about decision of Joint action committee (JAC) of 1650 colleges and universities of Punjab not to enroll Scheduled Castes students in their college and universities, today marked an inquiry and ordered to file report before commission by October 13, 2020 by all means.

Divulging further, Commission Chairperson Smt. Tejinder Kaur told that it has come to the notice of the commission that JAC of 1650 colleges and 13 associations of Universities has issued statement in newspapers that they will not give addmission to schedule Castes students in their institutes. "This decision of JAC comes under the provisions of the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, 1989 and Section 4 (ZA) (D) of Amended Act, 2015. She said that an inquiry has been marked in this matter to the Additional Chief Secretary, Social Justice and Empowerment and Minorities and Secretary, Higher Education, Punjab, who will submit report by October 13, 2020 after examining the matter.

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

28th September 2020 (05:00pm)

1. Details of Samples and Cases:-

1

Total Samples taken

1786627

2

Total samples collected on the day

23129

3

Total No. of patients tested positive

111375

4

No. of patients discharged

90345

5

Number of active cases

17746

6

No. of Patients on oxygen support

331

7

Patients who are critical and on ventilator support

68

8

Total Deaths reported

3284

On 28th September 2020

1.

Number of new patients on oxygen support

NIL

2.

Number of new patients admitted in ICU

02

(Jalandhar-2)

3.

Number of new patients put on ventilator support

13

(Patiala-3, Jalandhar-1, Ludhiana-8, Hoshiarpur-1)

4.

Number of new patients discharged

2033

(Ludhiana-213, Jalandhar-160, Patiala-154, SAS Nagar-273, Amritsar-229, Bathinda-75, Hoshiarpur- 120, Ferozepur-211, Sangrur-42, Pathankot-120, Kapurthala-52, Faridkot-60, Muktsar-39, Moga-26, Fazilka-44, Ropar-50, FG Sahib-29, Barnala-13, Tarn

Taran-1, Mansa-67, SBS Nagar-55)

5.

Number of new deaths reported

46

(Jalandhar-8, SAS Nagar-7, Hoshiarpur-6, Ludhiana-6, Gurdaspur-5, Amritsar-4, Kapurthala-2, Pathankot-2, Tarn Taran-2, Bathinda-1, FG Sahib-1, Mansa-1, Sangrur-1)


Patients reported positive on 28th September 2020- 1271

District

Number of cases

Source of

Infection outside Punjab

Local Cases

Remarks

Ludhiana

138

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7 Contacts of positive cases. 38 New cases (OPD). 65 New cases (ILI). 2 New cases (SARI). 1 New case (HCW). 22 New cases. 1 New case (ANC). 1 New case (Police Personnel). 1

New case (Pre Operative)

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

Jalandhar

101

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

30 Contacts of positive cases. 71 New cases.

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

Patiala

76

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

4 Contacts of positive cases. 72 New cases

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

SAS Nagar

127

2 New cases (Interstate Travelers)

27 Contacts of positive cases. 17 New cases (ILI).

81 New cases.

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

Amritsar

180

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

78 Contacts of positive cases. 88 New cases. 14 New cases.

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

Bathinda

62

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

14 New cases (ILI). 2 Contacts of positive cases. 1 New case (ANC). 1 New case (HCW). 44 New cases.

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Gurdaspur

88

1 New case (Foreign Returned)

53 Contacts of positive cases. 12 New cases (ILI). 2 New cases (ANC). 1 New case (Frontline Worker). 14 New cases.

Rest cases details pending as reports received late.

Hoshiarpur

72

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

5 Contacts of positive cases. 3 New cases (ILI). 64 New cases.

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

Ferozepur

19

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

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

Cases details pending as reports received late.

Pathankot

79

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

10 Contacts of positive

cases. 1 New case (ILI). 68 New cases.

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

Sangrur

27

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

3 Contacts of positive case. 6 New cases. 18 New cases (OPD)

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


Kapurthala

49

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

8 Contacts of positive cases. 6 New cases (ILI). 35 New cases.

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

Faridkot

37

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

4 New cases (OPD)

Rest Cases details pending as reports received late.

Muktsar

18

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

7 New cases (OPD). 3 New cases (ILI). 8 Contacts of positive cases.

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Fazilka

18

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

4 New cases (ILI). 14 New cases (OPD)

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

Moga

30

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

7 New cases (ILI). 23 New cases.

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

Ropar

36

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

36 New cases.

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

FG Sahib

23

2 New cases (Interstate Travelers)

7 New cases (OPD). 5 Contacts of positive cases. 4 New cases (ILI). 5 New cases.

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

Barnala

18

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

8 Contacts of positive cases. 2 New cases (ILI). 8 New cases (OPD)

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

Tarn Taran

18

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

10 New cases. 4 Contacts of positive cases. 4 New cases (OPD)

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

SBS Nagar

33

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

19 New cases. 4 New cases (ILI). 6 Contacts of positive cases. 4 New cases

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

Mansa

22

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

1 contact of positive case.

21 New cases.

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  • 5 New Cases source of infection out of Punjab


2. Cumulative Cases:-

S. No.

District

Total Confirmed Cases

Total Active Cases

Total Cured

Deaths

1.

Ludhiana

17615

1107

15785

723

2.

Jalandhar

12742

1768

10593

381

3.

Patiala

11399

1409

9672

318

4.

SAS Nagar

10116

2041

7896

179

5.

Amritsar

9724

1583

7790

351

6.

Bathinda

5747

1721

3919

107

7.

Gurdaspur

5767

969

4664

134

8.

Hoshiarpur

4384

624

3614

146

9.

Ferozepur

3638

400

3145

93

10.

Pathankot

3582

949

2562

71

11.

Sangrur

3497

411

2943

143

12.

Kapurthala

3137

634

2367

136

13.

Faridkot

2687

450

2195

42

14.

Muktsar

2416

625

1755

36

15.

Fazilka

2299

613

1652

34

16.

Moga

2197

366

1765

66

17.

Ropar

2022

542

1410

70

18.

FG Sahib

1864

197

1587

80

19.

Barnala

1810

405

1366

39

20.

Tarn Taran

1600

339

1198

63

21.

SBS Nagar

1582

290

1250

42

22.

Mansa

1550

303

1217

30

Total

111375

17746

90345

3284

  • From Patiala 1 duplicate case entry deleted.
  • From Ferozepur 1 death case shifted to SAS Nagar.
  • From Muktsar 1 duplicate case entry deleted.
  • From Mansa 1 case shifted to Gurdaspur.


Containment Zones:-

S.NO

District

S.No.

Large outbreak

Total population of the area contained

1

Ludhiana

1

New Durga Puri Haibowal

3640

total

3640

2

Ropar

1

Shivalik Avenue 1 B, Nangal

3185

Total

3185

3

Muktsar sahib

1

District Jail, Sri Muktsar Sahib

800

Total

800

4

Patiala

1

Radient textile factory Village Chouhant, Patiala

452

Total

452

5

Gurdaspur

1

VILL PAKHOKE MEHMAN PHC DHIANPUR

800

Total

800

6

Ferozepur

1

Chak Nidhana GHS

1675

Total

1675

7

Hoshiarpur

1

GALI. NO.1, TO 6, BHIM NAGAR, URBAN HSP.

1754

Total

1754

Punjab Total

7

12306


Micro Containment Zones:-

S.No

District

S.No.

Micro containments

Total population of the area contained

1

Amritsar

1

Kot Mit Singh

28

2

Green Avenue

75

3

Rani Ka Bagh Park Lane

62

4

Guru Nanak Pura Gali No. 3, 4

377

5

green Avenue gate no.4

110

TOTAL

652

2

Hoshiarpur

1

AJRAM, HARTA BADLA

3098

2

MUHALLA PARMAR CALONY, GARSHANKAR, HSP

99

TOTAL

3197

3

Ludhiana

1

Basant Avenue 934 Stno 3

842

2

Phase 2 Dugri , Ludhiana

3

Sec 32 A chandigarh Road

198

4

Village Akalgarh

5

Pind Koanke kalan( jagroan )

6

201 R, Model Town , Near Bikaner Sweets

1265

7

1097, Ayali Khurd


8

Golden Avenue Gali No 2

9

Pind Bhundri, Sidwa Bet

3483

10

Mahvir enclave , Barrewal Road , ludhiana

11

Village Khattra

377

12

Sham Singh Road Ludhiana

142

13

Shakti Nagar , Pakhowal Road Ludhiana

TOTAL

6307

4

Patiala

1

Kirshna Colony Nabha Road, Patiala

38

2

Ekta Colony, SUS Nagar, St No.3, Jhill Road, Patiala

99

3

Vill. Manjoli Near Ghanour

43

4

Vill. Dhakaunda Block Bhadson Teh. Nabha, Patiala

91

5

Vill. Kotli Block Bhadson Teh. Nabha, Patiala

84

6

Ghuman Nagar-B Street No.8, Patiala

29

7

Urban Estate Ph-2 House No. 1061- 1108, Patiala

91

8

Urban Estate Ph-2 House No. 526- 529, Patiala

19

TOTAL

494

5

Jalandhar

1

mohalla no 10

84

2

Poonia Village , Shahkot

280

3

urban estate ph 1

252


4

KHURLA KINGRA

245

5

TOWER ENCLAVE

218

6

Miawal araian

220

7

mohalla no 12, Jal cantt

28

8

Janta Colony

116

TOTAL

1443

6

Muktsar sahib

1

Mandi Harji Ram Malout

1050

2

Sarabha Nagr, Malout

2200

3

Wadhwa Streets, Giddarbaha

122

4

Dr. Ambedkar Nagar, Giddarbaha

85

5

Bentabad, Giddarbaha

150

TOTAL

3607

7

Mansa

1

JAIN SCHOOL WALI GALI MANSA

325

2

VILLAGE KULRIAN W.NO 3

219

3

SAHEED BHAGAT SINGH CHOWK, MANSA

160

4

WARD NO. 5, BOHA

92

Total

796

8

Fatehgarh sahib

1

Gurunanakpura Mohalla Bassi Pathana

71

2

Amul Milk Plant Khamano

65

TOTAL

136

9

Barnala

1

16 acre Barnal

560

2

Thulliwal

506

TOTAL

1066


10

Mohali

1

sector 78

113

TOTAL

113

11

Ropar

1

JAGJIT NAGAR, ROPAR

650

2

MANGEWAL

367

3

MAIN MARKET NANGAL

339

4

Beli

125

5

Band Lehri

167

6

Sehjowal

163

7

Gillco Valley Ropar

467

8

Mohalla Fatehgarh Sahib (APS)

357

Total

2635

12

Kapurthala

1

Vill. Nanak Nagri

42

2

Mandi Fattudhinga

68

3

Lamme Pind

4

Raipur Peerbakash

TOTAL

110

13

Pathankot

1

khothey khiala

62

2

Mamoon

60

3

MISSION ROAD

4

Taragarh

21

5

Dunera

30

6

Shant vihar , khanpur chowk

48

7

INDRA COLONEY GALI NO 4

90

TOTAL

311


14

Gurdaspur

1

WARD NO 6 FATEHGARH CHURIAN

1499

2

VILL WADALA GRANTHIAN PHC BHULLAR

4284

3

AHMADIA MOHALLA, QADIAN, CHC BHAM

1645

TOTAL

7428

15

SBS Nagar

1

Vilage Hakimpur, Mukandpur

87

2

Garhi kangoo, Balachaur

121

3

PSPCL (electricity department) balachaur

41

4

Shanti nagar, Nawanshahr

82

5

VILL. HAPPOWAL, Sujjon

490

Total

821

16

Faridkot

1

Green Enclave , Kotkapura

80

Total

80

17

Tarn Taran

1

deep avenue

120

Total

120

GRAND TOTAL

79

29316