Wednesday 28 January 2015

ridge near chaundheri to benefit 25 villages to cost 1.50 crore

By 121 News Reporter

Mohali 28th January:- The Punjab Government is committed to modernize the infrastructure so as to give further impetus to the pace of development. Keeping this in view, the bridge being constructed on the road near steel strip factory and village chaundheri will be completed by the end of February. It will cost the state exchequer Rs. 1.50 crore.

Chief Parliamentary Secretary, Industry and Commerce, N.K. Sharma said that with the commissioning of this bridge 25 villages including Chaundheri, Mianpur, Aghapur and Bhagwasi. He said that at present the people have to commute via dappar because of absence of bridge. He further elaborated that apart from this other development will also be undertaken such as transforming the falling under Nagar Panchayat lalru and they shall be provided with all the modern facilities. Giving details about other development projects, he said that during the current financial year a sum of 2 crore 44 lakh 93 thousand will be spent. According to him Rs. 27 lakh 79 thousand have been spent on installing tubewell to ensure supply of clean drinking water.

Divulging more information, he said that the work on water drainage near dappar colony has almost been completed at a cost of Rs. 4 lakh 90 thousand. Also, a sum of Rs. 28 lakh 87 thousand shall be spent on the strengthening of road near health centre and in lalru Mandi area, a sum of Rs. 14 lakh 35 thousand is being spent on streets and water drainage out of which works worth 9 lakh 55 thousand have been completed. According to him, Rs. 4 lakh 90 thousand have been spent on constructing a new passage in girls school (lalru).



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