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PUNJAB GOVERNMENT HAS DECIDED TO SPEND APPROXIMATELY RS 8.97 CRORES ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF LUDHIANA, GOBINDGARH AND SANGRUR

PUNJAB NEWS LINE | December 01, 2022 05:16 PM

PROVIDING BASIC FACILITIES TO THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE IS THE TOP PRIORITY OF MANN GOVERNMENT

Chandigarh:The Punjab government led by Chief Minister Punjab Bhagwant Mann is constantly striving to provide basic facilities to the people of the state. Working in this direction, Local Government Minister Dr. Inderbir Singh Nijjar said that the Punjab government has decided to spend approximately Rs 8.97 crores on development works at Ludhiana, Gobindgarh and Sangrur. The office process has been started by the department for these works.


Giving more information in this regard, Local Government Minister Dr. Inderbir Singh Nijjar said that approximately Rs 2.98 crores will be spent for the reconditioning of the humbran road from Session Chowk to Haibowal Chowk at Ludhiana.


Cabinet Minister said that similarly, approximately Rs 3.02 crore will be spent for the construction of a community center and a playground at village Daba at Ludhiana.


Apart from this, beauitification of Rajbha will be done with tiles chain link fencing in front of Shanti Nagar at MC Gobindgarh along with laying of interlock tiles and RCC pipes in the streets of different wards. Approximately Rs 1.48 crore will be spent on it.


He said that apart from this existing Primary Health Centers as Health Clinic/Aam Aadmi Clinic at Bazigar Basti Dhuri will be strengthened and at Sangrur labor for repair and maintenance of street lights and other works will be hired. The amount of approximately Rs 87.62 lakh will be spent for these works.


Dr. Inderbir Singh Nijjar said that the top priority of Punjab government led by Chief Minister Punjab Bhagwant Mann is to provide basic facilities and clean environment to the people of the state.


Dr.Inderbir Singh Nijjar has directed the officials of the department to ensure transparency and quality in these works.

 
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