Sultanpur Lodhi, now a white city, nearly ready to receive Guru Nanak’s devotees

A total of 5,500 houses, 17,000 shops and all religious places have been whitewashed as part of an initiative of the SAD.

WITH JUST days to go for 550th birth anniversary celebrations of Guru Nanak, the holy town of Sultanpur Lodhi is now nearly ready to receive devotees. Spick and span in a fresh coat of white, the town has made special arrangements for devotees to stay, but is also now equipped with state of art emergency medical facilities.

A total of 5,500 houses, 17,000 shops and all religious places have been whitewashed as part of an initiative of the Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD), on which over Rs 4 crore has been spent, collected through contributions from political leaders, workers and public.

Medical facilities
A new ICU, trauma centre and emergency ward have been set up at Civil Hospital Sultanpur Lodhi which will be available for people within a 50 km radius of the town. MLA Navtej Singh Cheema said Punjab Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh had announced that this hospital will get a facelift in the first Cabinet meeting at Sultanpur Lodhi just last month, and modernisation work had been completed in less than two months.

The hospital also has a defibrillator to cater to heart patients. Moreover, 16 special beds have been added alongwith an emergency ward with another six beds with central oxygen supply. The fully air-conditioned ICU ward have a suction route with manifold system and multi para monitor which will provide information like breathing…

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