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Fatehgarh Sahib MP Dr Amar Singh demands International Tourism Centre status for Historic City

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Ludhiana, July 2, 2019 (Yes Punjab News)

Newly elected member of parliament (MP) from Sri Fatehgarh Sahib Constituency Dr Amar Singh has demanded the International Tourism Centre status to Holy City Sri Fatehgarh Sahib.

While delivering his maiden speech during zero hours in Lok Sabha today, Dr Amar Singh said that Sri Fatehgarh Sahib is not only a city but also a place where Sikhs and people of all walks have full religious faith. Chhote Sahibzaada’s sacrificed their lives for the sake of humanity in this city.

He appealed the union government to provide world-class infrastructure in the city so that people from throughout the world can visit this holy city.

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