Mission of Amritsar Development Authority :

To ensure planned development of Amritsar city in consonance with it's rich cultural heritage.To ensure planned development of Amritsar city in consonance with it's rich cultural heritage.To ensure planned development of Amritsar city in consonance with it's rich cultural heritage.

Area of Jurisdiction

New EDC Policy

New Area Under Jurisdiction of ADA

SCHEDULE OF BOUNDARY OF AMRITSAR DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY

NORTH:- Starting from point ‘A’ which is tri-Junction point of village karyal (HB No. 201), Jastarwala (HB No. 209), Chala (HB No. 208) and moving towards East along the northern boundaries of village chala (HB No. 208), Jauns (HB No. 205), Ugar Aulakh (HB No.213), Bhala Pind (HB No. 306), Mehlawala (HB No. 305),Sehnsra (HB No. 304), Ghujewali (HB No. 246), Kotli Sakkian Wali (HB No. 295), Khalmi Khurd (HB No. 293), Kandowali (HB No. 287), Majjupura (HB No. 282), Bhadewali (HB No. 328), Dadupura (HB No. 329), Majitha (HB No. 131), Harian (HB No. 294), Begeywal (HB No. 296), Dialpur (HB No. 295), Varyam Nangal (HB No. 224), Jhande (HB No. 226), Megha Soie (HB No. 218), Rangilpura (HB No. 219), Chachowali (HB No. 216), Jaintipur (HB No. 215), Pakharpura (HB No. 214), Talwandi Ghuman (HB No. 217), Kotli Dhole shah (HB No. 213), Kadrabad (HB No. 211), Kotli Malian (HB No. 212), up to point ‘B’ which is the meeting point of Village boundary of kotli Malian (HB No. 212) and Uchoke Khurd (HB No. 205) with the common district boundary of Amritsar and Gurdaspur.

EAST:- Thence from point ‘B’and moving towards South along the southern boundary of village Kotli Mallian (HB No. 212), Sarhala (HB No. 196), Fattu Bhilla (HB No. 195), Babowal (HB No. 191), Dhadde (HB No. 235), Mukandpura (HB No. 178), Mian Pander (HB No. 177), Bhullar Hans (HB No. 176), Manghaso Rai (HB No. 174), Mehnia Brahmanan (HB No. 172), Rasulpur Kalan (HB No. 169), Khalaira (HB No. 161), Gadli (HB No. 160), Rana Kala (HB No. 122), Naraingarh (HB No. 124), Bathangarh (HB No. 125), Tangra (HB No. 126), Chhajjal Wadhi (HB No. 127), Bhaini Badechhian (HB No. 87),upto point ‘C’ which is the tri-junction of villages Bhaini Badechhian (HB No. 87), Thothian (HB No. 88) and Bhorchhi Rajputan (HB No. 86).

SOUTH:- Thence starting from point ‘C’and moving towards West along the southern boundary of village Bhaini Badechhian (HB No. 87) and Timmowal (HB No. 132) up to point ‘D’ where the common boundary of Timmowal (HB No. 132) and Bhorchhi Rajputan (HB No. 86) meets with the common district boundary of Amritsar and District Taran Taran. Thence moving towards the west along the common District boundary of District Taran Taran and District Amritsar upto point ‘E’ where the common boundary of District Amritsar and District Taran Taran meets with the international boundary of India and Pakistan.

WEST:- Thence from point ‘I’ and moving towards north-west along the International boundary up to point ‘I’ where the common boundary of village Dhanola Kala (HB No. 388) and Mula Kot (HB No. 182) meets with the International Border of India and Pakistan. thence from point “F’ and Moving Towards North east along the northern Boundary of village Dhanola Kala (HB No. 388), Mode (HB No. 390), Shshura (HB No. 346), Vanieyke (HB No. 345), Cheleke (HB No. 341), Kohala (HB No. 340), Chogawan (HB No. 329), Taplala (HB No. 189), Bhullar (HB No. 190), Karimpura (HB No. 195), Mahmad Pura (HB No. 196),Chak Kamal Khan (HB No. 197), Kotli Sakka (HB No. 199), Rakh Othian (HB No. 202), Othian (HB No. 203), Cala (HB No. 208) upto point ‘A’ which is point of Start.

NOTE:- These boundaries have been shown on drawing No. DTP(ASR) 434/07 dated 03.04.2007.