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Jantantra Yatra: First phase from Amritsar to Hardwar in 18 days

HT Correspondent , Hindustan Times  Amritsar, March 31, 2013
First Published: 23:53 IST(31/3/2013) | Last Updated: 23:55 IST(31/3/2013)

The first phase of Anna Hazare's 'Jantantra Yatra', which commenced from Amritsar on Sunday will take 18 days to complete and will end on the banks of Ganga at Hardwar. Organised by Jantantra Morcha, the 'yatra' will traverse through different cities and towns of Punjab, Haryana, parts of west Uttar Pradesh and parts of Uttarakhand in the first phase.

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Yatra route:
March 31 :
Amritsar--Rayya-- Beas---Subhanpur--Kapurthala--Jalandhar (night halt and rally).
April 1: Jalandhar--Phagwara--Ludhiana--Jagraon--Moga (night halt).
April 2: Moga--Ferozepur--Bhatinda (night halt).
April 3: Bathinda--Barnala-Sangrur--Patiala (night halt).
April 4: Patiala--Ambala-Yamunagar--Kurukshetra (night halt).
April 5: Kurukshetra--Karnal--Jind (night halt).
April 6: Jind--Fatehabad---Sirsa (night halt).
April 7: Sirsa--Hisar--Bhiwani (night halt).
April 8: Bhiwani--Mahendergarh--Narnaul--Rewari (night halt).
April 9: Rewari--Nuh--Gurgaon (night halt).
April 10: Gurgaon--Rohtak--Sonepat (night halt).
April 11: Sonepat--Baghpat--Ghaziabad--Noida (night halt).
April 12: Noida--Bejhera--Hapur (night halt).
April 13: Hapur--Bulandshahar--Khurja--Aligarh (night halt).
April 14: Aligarh--Hassanpur---Garh (night halt).
April 15: Garh--Merrut--Muzaffarnagar---Sharanpur (night halt).
April 16: Sharanpur--Roorke-Dehradoon--Rishikesh (night halt).
April 17: Rishikesh--Hardwar (mass rally).

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