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Punjab Lotteries Dept holds Sawan Bumper Draw – Complete Result

Chandigarh, July 8, 2019 (Yes Punjab News)

Punjab State Lotteries Department today held the draw of Punjab State Sawan Bumper 2019 at Ludhiana.

An official spokesperson of the department said that the first prize of Rs. 3 crore has gone to two tickets no. A-316460 & B-331362 (Rs 1.5-1.5 crore each).

The 2nd prize has gone to five tickets no. A-036353, B-658192, B-212798, B-587653 & A-705832 (Rs.10 lakh each) and the 3rd prize has gone to twenty tickets no. 619857, 597078, 361054, 956774, 120991, 816054, 195383, 883910, 611843 and 250904 (Rs 2.5 lakh each).

He further said that the full and final results of the Sawan Bumper draw can be checked on the official website of Punjab Lotteries Department.

The spokesperson informed that Punjab State Rakhi Bumper-2019 would also be released very soon. He said that Punjab is the only state in the country, which guaranteed gives first prize in public.

Punjab State Sawan Bumper Lottery Result

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