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Wednesday 15 August 2018
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CM doles out projects worth crores for Jaisinghpur segment

Jaisinghpur

On the third day of his winter sojourn to district Kangra Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh today inaugurate and laid foundation stones worth around Rs. 24 crore in Jaisinghpur assembly segment.

The Chief Minister laid foundation stone of 50 bedded hospitals at Jaisinghpur to be constructed at a cost of Rs. 4.45 crore. He also laid foundation stones of additional building of primary health centre at Panchrukhi to be constructed at a cost of Rs. 3.85 crore, lift drinking water supply scheme at Dagoh to cost Rs. 58.78 lakh and lift irrigation supply scheme at Sanghole to be constructed at a cost of Rs. 3.38 crore. He also inaugurated new PHC building at Bhuana constructed at a cost of Rs. 1.28 crore.

In a public meeting at Jaisinghpur, Virbhadra Singh announced for constructing science block in Jaisinghpur College. He announced for constructing bus stand at Jaisinghpur and foot-bridge at Bhulander, starting science classes at Sanghole and Lahru senior secondary schools and up-gradation of Ropri middle school to high school.

The Chief Minister opened the range office of the forest department at Jaisinghpur. He also laid foundation stones of two bridges on Bandahoo-Bairghata road to cost Rs. 5.70 crore, Ayurvedic health centre at Kosri to cost Rs. 42.50 lakh and also inaugurated a bridge at Nahlana to be completed at a cost of Rs. 98.41 lakh. He laid foundation stone of Dandel Bridge on Sukad khud at Jaisinghpur to be constructed at a cost of Rs. 2.30 crore.

He assured to takeover Shivnagar College Jaisinghpur.

Jaisinghpur MLA Yadvendra Goma, earlier welcomed and honoured the Chief Minister and thanked him for inaugurating and laying foundation stones of the development projects worth crores in his home segment. He demanded to fill up posts of gynecological doctors besides opening of veterinary hospital at Jaisinghpur.



Rahul Bhandari is Editor of TheNewsHimachal and has been part of the digital world for last eight years.