DW BUREAU / Chandigarh
Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Friday dedicated four development projects worth Rs 19.18 crore to the people of Narwana and laid the foundation stone of seven projects
worth Rs. 53.60 crore during his visit to this area.
Giving details, an official spokesperson here today said that in order to fulfilling the long pending demands of the people of this area, the Chief Minister inaugurated the road from Dablain to Fairan Kalan, road from Gurusar to Belerkha, strengthening of Lown
Minor, Kalwan Minor, Kharal Minor and Sinsar Minor and RCC slab for Narwana Minor.
In addition, Mr Khattar laid the foundation stone of seven projects including Block Development and Panchayat office building of Uchana block at an estimated cost of Rs. 46.26 lakh. Similarly community centers for Dhamtaan Sahib, Bhana Brahman, Dhanori, Kalwan and Kharal villages would be constructed under Narwana subdivision.
He also laid the foundation stone for drain for storm water under AMRUT scheme in Jind city, to be constructed at an estimated cost of Rs 19.97 crore. He also laid the foundation stone for shopping complex in old building of Municipal Council which would be constructed at an estimated cost of Rs 9.91 crore.
The Chief Minister laid the foundation of Mahatma Jyotiba Phulle Qila Park, which would be built on the vacant ground of Jind’s old fort in the periphery of the Municipal Council. An amount of Rs 97.62 lakh would be spent to develop this park. Similarly, all the roads under the Haryana Urban Development Authority of Jind city would be
repaired at an estimated cost of Rs 14.71 crore. Mr Khattar said that development of each assembly constituency is government’s priority.