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Newly constructed community centres costing Rs 1.7 crore in Yamunanagar district dedicated to the citizens

March 01, 2024 11:30 AM
Newly constructed community centres costing Rs 1.7 crore in Yamunanagar district dedicated to the citizens

Punjab Newsline, Chandigarh –

Haryana Minister for School Education, Forest and Tourism,  Kanwar Pal today inaugurated newly constructed community centres in Chhachhrauli and the village of Jaydhar in Yamunanagar district. These buildings, constructed at a cost of approximately Rs 1.70 crore under the MLA Adarsh Gram Yojana, aim to provide essential amenities to the people.

Speaking on this occasion, Sh. Kanwar Pal said that the benefits of these community buildings extend not only to the local people but also to residents of neighboring villages. These facilities offer various services to villagers and provide space for their communal activities. The state government's primary objective is to ensure that people have accessible venues for their social and religious events.

Today, as part of the MLA Adarsh Gram Yojana, newly built community centres costing around Rs 88 lakh in Jaydhar and Rs 82 lakh in Chhachhrauli were opened to the public.

During the event, Minister Kanwar Pal highlighted the developmental strides taken under the leadership of Chief Minister Sh Manohar Lal, propelling Haryana to the forefront among states. He emphasized the government's commitment to inclusive development, encapsulated in the motto "Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas," which prioritizes the welfare of all segments of society. The government's focus on effective governance has led to significant progress, leaving opposition parties bereft of substantial issues and only resorting to spreading misinformation among the people. He asserted that the state government has outperformed previous administrations in terms of developmental initiatives, fostering unease among opposition.

Minister Kanwar Pal highlighted the remarkable developmental achievements realized during the nine and a half years of the present government's tenure in the state, setting new benchmarks for progress and ensuring equitable distribution of resources for all communities.

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Chandigarh, February 29 - Gopal Singh, who served as the Photo and Cinema Officer in the Information, Public Relations, Language and Culture Department, Haryana retired after dedicating nearly 29 years to his service. In honor of his retirement, the department organized a farewell party to celebrate his contributions.

Gopal Singh began his journey as a Photographer at the Headquarters in January 1995 and steadily climbed the ranks, eventually being promoted to Assistant Photo and Cinema Officer in 2020, followed by Photo and Cinema Officer in 2023. Throughout his tenure, he primarily served at the headquarters, with a notable assignment at Haryana Raj Bhavan for approximately three years. Known for his gentle demeanor and amiable nature, Gopal Singh approached his duties with unwavering dedication, diligence, and integrity.

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