Punjab revenue minister Bikram Singh Majithia on Monday said Sadbhawna rallies were aimed at strengthening communal harmony and peace in the state.
He said that large public participation in Bathinda and Moga rallies has given a befitting reply to the anti-Punjab forces, who were hell bent on disturbing the hard-earned peace.
While reviewing the arrangements for the Nakodar Sadbhawna rally scheduled for December 4, Majithia said the frustrated Congress tried hard to push the state into black days again by whole heartedly supporting anti-Punjab forces for gaining some political ground.
Replying to a question about the arrangements for rally, he said as per the estimates 2.5 to 3 lakh people would particulate in the rally from Jalandhar, Kapurthala, Nawashahar and Hoshiarpur districts.
He also directed the administrative officials to ensure the alternative routes for general public so that nobody faces any traffic-related problem. He also asked officials to arrange proper parking facilities to avoid any chaos during the rally.
Majithia was accompanied by transport minister Ajit Singh Kohar, senior Akali leader and MLA Bibi Jagir Kaur, former MLA Sarbjit Singh Makkar, president district planning committee Jalandhar Gurcharan Singh Channi, president Youth Akali Dal Doaba zone Sarbjot Singh Sabi, chairman zila parishad Tarshinder Singh Pannu and SAD IT cell incharge Parminder Singh Brar.