Amarinder's 2nd phase of rallies start August 4

Updated on Jul 19, 2015 10:28 PM IST
Former chief minister Capt Amarinder Singh will be addressing seven public meetings and rallies in his second phase of campaigning from August 4 at Rampura Phul, considered to be a bastion of Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee (PPCC) vice-president Gurpreet Singh Kangar.
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None | By, Chandigarh

Former chief minister Capt Amarinder Singh will be addressing seven public meetings and rallies in his second phase of campaigning from August 4 at Rampura Phul, considered to be a bastion of Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee (PPCC) vice-president Gurpreet Singh Kangar.

The next rally will be on August 8 at Barnala, to be organised by Congress MLA Kewal Dhillon, a party spokesperson said.

Next on the schedule will be a rally at Issru, organised by MLA Gurkirat Singh Kotli on August 15, followed by Hoshiarpur rally on August 22 being organised by MLA Sham Sunder Arora.

Then, the month will end with a rally at Jaiton on August 30 that Joginder Singh Panjgraian and Kikki Dhillon are organising.

The penultimate rally will be held on September 4 with the support of Ajaib Singh Rataul and Surjit Dhiman and the whirlwind tour will conclude with a rally at Khemkaran on September 9, to be organised by Sukhpal Singh Bhullar.

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