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SAD releases constituency wise Route plan of Sri Muktsar Sahib for Sadhbhawna Rally

Rally to be held at Bathinda-Goinaina Road on November 23

SAD releases constituency wise Route plan of Sri Muktsar Sahib for Sadhbhawna Rally

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Sri Muktsar Sahib , 20 Nov 2015

The Shiromani Akali Dal today released constituency wise route plan for 'Sadbhawna Rally' to be held in Sri Muktsar Sahib District on November 23 under the leadership of party Patron and Chief Minister Punjab S. Parkash Singh, Party President and Deputy Chief Minister S.Sukhbir Singh Badal.The Traffic plan has been released for the facilitation of party workers and SAD supporters, who will be gathered in huge number, so that they have not to face any trouble to reach the venue. As per the released traffic route plan announced by Political Secretary to Deputy CM Punjab S. Parmjit Singh Sidhwan and OSD to Deputy CM S. Charanjit Singh Brar the party workers and supporters from the North side of Sri Muktsar Sahib and Gidderbaha will proceed through Kothe Kaur Singh, Ablu, Ganga, Daan Singh Wala, Blahar Mehma to Goniana Byepass to rally spot. 

The Second route has also been prepared for Malout constituency and South portion of Gidderbaha constituency and Sharawan Zail of Lambi constituency. They said that the people from this route will reach the venue through Malout Road to High Tech  Muktsar Road (T-Point) to Bus Adda Mehma Bhagwana to Kothe Nathoana, Lakhi Jungle to Goniana to direct rally spot.They said that the route no 3 will facilitate the people coming from Lambi constituency's villages of Badal village side. They said that the Sangat of this route will go through Badal Road to Byepass New Ring Road to Guru Nanak Dev Thermal Plant to Sibia Road to Gill Patti to rally spot.They also urged the people to opt only the prepared route so that traffic chaos could be averted for the facilitation of people. As per the second route chalked out for supporters and workers.

 

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