Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Thursday dedicated several projects costing more than Rs 1100 to the people of the state.
The Chief Minister during a state level programme held through video conferencing from here inaugurated and laid the foundation stones of several projects in 16 districts. This included the inauguration of projects worth Rs 200 crore and laying of foundation stone of projects costing around Rs 900 crore focusing on education, health, sports, strengthening road connectivity, water and power.
Union Ministers, state Cabinet Ministers, MPs, MLAs and administrative officers also attended the programme from various districts. The CM laid the foundation stone of projects including remodeling of augmentation canal with WJC main branch in Karnal district, construction of MCH block and service block in the campus of Civil Hospital, Sector-6 Panchkula, widening and strengthening Naringarh Raipur Rani road in Panchkula, widening and strengthening of Kalanwali to Rori road Sirsa, and foundation stone of construction of ITI Building, village Pegan in Jind, said an official spokesman.
He said that the inaugurated projects included 33 KV Sub Station Jatton Gate in Karnal, 50 Bedded Hospital in Kalayat in Kaithal, Sports Complex Building, Bhagat Phool Singh Mahila Vishwavidyalaya, Khanpur Kalan, Sonipat and New building of Government I.T.I. Faridabad in the campus of existing BTC building Sector-18A in Faridabad, Observation Home and Place of Safety in the premises of Kasturba Sewa Sadan in Faridabad, two-lane RoB at L/C No. 4-A on Hisar- Sadalpur Railway Line in Hisar among others.
The spokesman said that developmental projects costing more than Rs 160 crore were dedicated to the people of Panchkula district while projects worth Rs 100 crore were dedicated to the people of Sirsa.
In Kurukshetra, the projects inaugurated by the Chief Minister included reconstruction of old Saraswati arch type bridge , new administrative block of Mini Secretariat, Kurukshetra and two new 33 KV sub stations at Pehowa-II and Malikpur. In Panipat, the Chief Minister inaugurated 33 KV Sub-station Kurana and Media Centre building, the spokesman said.