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No breach in Tindiwala Bundh in Ferozepur – Govt. refutes reports

Chandigarh, August 26, 2019 (Yes Punjab News)

The Punjab government has refuted certain Media Reports informing that there has been a breach in the Bundh in Village Tindiwala at Hussainiwala Border in Ferozepur.

A spokesperson of the government clarified that the news was not correct.

“There is no breach in the Bundh at Tindiwala. The District Administration is maintaining a close vigil and taking all possible action to avert any breach. An Inner Bundh is being constructed to deal with any emergent situation arising out of a breach in the Main Bundh,” the spokesperson said adding that the situation continues to be tense but under control.

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