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Annexure - V: List Of Relief Camps




  1. Govt. Model School No. 1 & 2 , Ludlow Castle, Alipur Road Population : 4, 000
  2. Govt. Boys Hr. Sec. School, (Near Shyam Lal College) Shahdara Population: 8, 000.
  3. Police Station Farash Bazaar Population: 2, 000
  4. Police Station Gandhi Nagar Population : 1, 000
  5. Sr. Boys Sec. School, Opposite Radio Palace Cinema, P.S. Shakurpur Population : 1, 200
  6. Bhai Mota Singh School "A" Block, Janakpuri, Population : 1, 200
  7. Govt. Boys Hr. Sec. School, Shakurpur, Rani Bagh Population : 3, 000
  8. Govt. Girls Hr. Sec. School, Shakurpur Population : 2, 000
  9. P. S. Subzi Mandi Population : 100
  10. P. S. Sadar Bazaar Population : 100


  1. Balasaheb Gurudwara Population : 5, 000
  2. Nanaksar Ashram Population : 3, 000
  3. Durgapuri Gurudwara Population : 2, 000
  4. Jyoti Nagar Gurudwara Population : N. A.
  5. Baba Banda Bahadur Singh Gurudwara Mehrauli Population : 20
  6. Teliwara Gurudwara Population: N. A.
  7. Harinagar Gurdwara Population : 500
  8. Fatehnagar Gurudwara Subroto Park Population : N.A.
  9. Air Force Station Gurudwara, Delhi Cantonment Population : N.A.
  10. Sadar Bazaar Gurudwara, Delhi Cantonment Population: N.A.
  11. Gurudwara Singh Sahiban, Jangpura Extension Population: N.A.
  12. Pancsheel Park Gurdwara Population: N.A.
  13. Peshwani Gurudwara, Tilak Nagar Population: 1, 800
  14. Panda Nagar Gurudwara Population : 1, 500
  15. Open Sultanpuri Camp Population: 1, 000
  16. Vinodnagar area Patpar Ganj Population : 128
  17. Hans Raj Model School Camp Krishna Nagar Population : 126
  18. Kalyanpuri Block 13 Population: 300
  19. Shambu Dayal College, Ghazisbad Population : 250



  20. Singh Sabha Gurudwara, Gurgaon Population: N.A. will strive to be most comprehensive directory of Historical Gurudwaras and Non Historical Gurudwaras around the world.

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