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The resolution is given here, I wont repeat to avoid unnecessary redundancy
But in brief, therotically solution is
we have to add curly braces to the list ID
have to do this before saving the site as site template. There are some
five occurences of the site ID which we need to change, we just have to
add curly braces to the listID then only designer generates the new
list IDs for these webparts.