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Rs 817 cr plan approved for tercentenary of Sikh shrine in Nanded

Written by: Staff

Mumbai, Mar 13 (UNI) Maharashtra government has approved a development plan of Rs 817 crore for strengthening the infrastructural facilities at Nanded in Marathwada region, in view of the tercentenary celebrations of ''gur-ta-gaddi'', a revered Sikh shrine.

Delivering his address to the joint session of the state Legislature, Governor S M Krishna said lakhs of pilgrims from within and outside the country are expected to attend the celebrations.

The development plan has been sanctioned to strengthen the infrastructural facilities in Nanded and improving the area around the holy shrine, he added.


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