28042019-btd-01.qxd 4/27/2019 11:47 PM Page 1 c m y b Bathinda TRIBUNE SUNDAY | 28 APRIL 2019 | BATHINDA D-DAY NEARS, CANDIDATES GO ALL OUT TO WOO VOTERS As the polling date nears, candidates are going all out to accelerate their campaigning in the Bathinda LS seat. INSIDE POLL POSTERS DEFACE PUBLIC, PRIVATE PROPERTY Despite poll code, posters of various political parties visible on city roads, defacing public and private property. c m y b INSIDE ANGANWADI WORKERS SEEK FULL HONORARIUM Members of the Anganwadi Mulazam Union blocked the Bathinda-Mansa highway to lodge protest against the state. INSIDE
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