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10 June 2021
10-06-2021

Chandigarh, June 10: Two days after sharing the blueprint of State Government’s roadmap for developing Panchkula as a ‘Centre of Excellence’, Haryana Chief Minister, Sh. Manohar Lal once again reiterated his commitment of ‘Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas’ and went on an inauguration spree to dedicate several projects costing more than Rs.1100 crore focusing on Education, Health, Sports, Strengthening Road Connectivity, Water, Power etc for the people of the State.

The Chief Minister during a State Level Programme held through video conferencing from Chandigarh today inaugurated and laid the foundation stones of several projects in 16 districts.

This includes the inauguration of various projects of more than Rs 200 crore and laid foundation stone of other projects costing around Rs 900 crore.

State Cabinet Ministers, State Ministers, Union Ministers, Members Parliament, MLAs, Public representatives and Administrative officers also attended the programme from the districts.

While this is not the first time that the Chief Minister has virtually dedicated and laid the foundation stones of various development projects as earlier also on March 21, 2021, projects worth Rs. 1411 crore were gifted to the people of the State.

Sh. Manohar Lal by dedicating various projects amounting to crores time and again has restated his belief of ensuring equitable development of the state thereby taking Haryana swiftly on the development track.

The list of projects the foundation stones of which were laid by the Chief Minister during the state-level programme includes 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 district.

The list of inaugurated projects includes 33 KV Sub Station Jatton Gate in Karnal, 50 Bedded Hospital in Kalayat, district 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, 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.

Karnal gets several projects costing around Rs 500 crore

Developmental projects costing more than Rs 500 crore were dedicated to the people of Karnal district.

The list of inaugurated projects includes 33 KV Sub Station at Jatton Gate and two mini sewer cleaning jetting machine for maintaining sewerage system. Besides this, the Chief Minister laid the foundation stone of remodelling of augmentation Canal with WJC Main Branch, 33 KV Sub Station each at Chakda and Bansa.

Panchkula gets projects costing around Rs 160 crore

Several developmental projects costing more than Rs 160 crore were dedicated to the people of the Panchkula district.

The list of inaugurated projects includes H.L. Bridge on Khartia Badisher to Bhoj Koti, Kalyan Bhawan, Sector-2, Panchkula. The Chief Minister also laid the foundation stones of three projects, which include, construction of MCH Block and service block in the campus of Civil Hospital, Sector-6, Panchkula, construction of malaria office building in the campus of Civil Hospital, Sector-6, Panchkula, widening and strengthening of Naringarh Raipur Rani road.

Sirsa gets projects costing around Rs.100 crore

Various developmental projects costing more than Rs. 100 crore were dedicated to the people of Sirsa district. The list of inaugurated projects includes 33 KV Sub Station each at HUDA Sector, Kalanwali, Mamera road and Dabwali.

The Chief Minister also laid the foundation stone of several projects, which include augmentation and renovation of water supply scheme by constructing two boosting stations and making FHT connection in village Ding. Providing Functional Household Tap Connection(FHTC) in villages Sakker Mandori, Tarkanwali and Makhosarani, Upgradation of Chattergarh Patti to Nejadela road, Subakhera to Kamal-Bhadra-Kurangawali road, Bijuwali to Abubshahar via Munnawali, Ganga road in Dabwali Block, DHS road Sanwatkhera to SORD via Diwankhera, Khuian Malkana, Malikpur, Rampura Bishnoian, Jhuthikhera Dabwali Block and Kewal to Pucca Kamal (2) Kalanwali to Dadu in Odhan Block under Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana-lll (PMGSY) and lastly the work of widening and strengthening of Kalanwali to Rori road.

Fatehabad gets projects costing around Rs. 80 crore

Various developmental projects costing more than Rs. 80 crore were dedicated to the people of the Fatehabad district. The list of inaugurated projects includes GSSS Hassinga and Community Centre, village Bhirdana.

The Chief Minister also laid foundation stones of various projects that includes the Upgradation of Sadhanwas to Punjab Border via Meond Kalan, Jakhal Block, Haidarwala to Manghera via Dharsul, Zabtwala, Tohana Block, Ratia Babanpur road to Gurusar via Lambha, Chimmo, Burj, Chando Kalan, Raipur road, SH-21 to village Kulrian upto Punjab Border via Kamana, Kawalgarh, Bara, Mehmra, Badalgarh, Babanpur road, SH-21 to MDR-101 via Phull, RattaStations at Pehowa-II and Malikpur.khera, Lali, Jallopur, Dadupur, Hukmawali, Haroli road, SH-21 to Bangram via Dhingsara, Khairati Khera, Manawali, Bhodia Khera road, Bhuthan Kalan to Gorakhpur via Jhalnia, Khajuri Jatti, MP Rohi, Dhanger, Salamkhera, Dharniya, Chinder, Badopal, Khumaria road, Rattateh to Dharsul via Mussa Khera road, Block Jakhal, Jamalpur to Lehrian via Chander Kalan road, Block Tohana and Fatehabad to Rhodia Khera via Majra, Dhani Majra, Dhanger, Bighar road under Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana-lll (PMGSY) The projects also include widening and strengthening of Bhattu to SH-21 road via Sulikhera, Kirdhan, Seikhupur Daroli, Khabra Kalan, Gadli, Ramsara, Dhabi Khurd, Dhabi Kalan, Dehman to Mochiwali to Tohana road via Bhuna, Dulat, Bhattu, Buwan, Lehrian to Sanchla road via Buwan, Bosti, Bhattu , Bhuna to Ratia road under Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana-lll (PMGSY).

Kurukshetra gets projects costing around Rs. 50 crore

Various developmental projects costing more than Rs. 50 crore were dedicated to the people of the Kurukshetra district. The list of inaugurated projects include reconstruction of old Saraswati arch type bridge by providing 3 spans with 8.50-metre carriageway and 12.50 mroadway, New Administrative Block of Mini Secretariat, Kurukshetra and two New 33 KV Sub Stations at Pehowa-II and Malikpur.

The Chief Minister also laid the foundation stones of other projects that include providing four lanning and strengthening of Karnal- Ramba-Indri-Ladwa road from Km. 30.120 to 32.82 towards Indri and Km. 33.20 to 34.70 towards Shahabad and construction of Gate in the name of Baba Banda Singh Bahadur on Shahabad– Brara road.

Jind gets projects costing around Rs. 30 crore

Various developmental projects amount to more than Rs. 30 crore were dedicated to the people of Jind district.

Community Health Centre (with Residences), Muana was inaugurated by Sh. Manohar Lal. Meanwhile, the Chief Minister laid the foundation stone of construction of Primary Health Centre including Residences, Hatt, construction of Boys Hostel having a capacity to accommodate 80 student, Rajiv Gandhi Government Polytechnic, Narwana, construction of 33 KV Sub Station, Sulehra under (OP) Circle, DHBVN and construction of ITI Building, village Pegan.

Faridabad gets projects costing around Rs. 30 crore

Various developmental projects amounting more than Rs.30 crore were dedicated to the people of the Faridabad district.

The list of inaugurated projects include Observation Home and Place of Safety in the premises of Kasturba Sewa Sadan (under Swarn Jayanti Scheme), inauguration of New building of Government I.T.I. Faridabad in the campus of existing BTC building Sector-18A, Faridabad and inauguration of I.T.I, village Sikrona.

Sonipat gets projects costing around Rs. 20 crore

Various developmental projects costing more than Rs. 20 crore were dedicated to the people of the Sonipat district.

The list of inaugurated projects include Sub Health Centre in village Gamri and Nayat respectively, PHC with two residential quarters in village Jakholi, Fire Station Building in RGEC, Sports Complex Building, Bhagat Phool Singh Mahila Vishwavidyalaya, PSA Oxygen Plant (1000LPM) under CSR, Khanpur Kalan.

Meanwhile, Sh. Manohar Lal laid the foundation stone of construction of Godown for proper storage for EVM and VVPATs (4000 Unit), Mini Secretariat.

Palwal gets projects costing around Rs. 20 crore

Various developmental projects amounting more than Rs.20 crore were dedicated to the people of Palwal district. These include laying the foundation stone of construction of CHC at village Mandkola, construction of PHCs at villages Khambi and Bhiduki,(including residential houses), construction of SHC at village Asawata, construction of PWD Rest House, Hassanpur, construction of Sports Stadium, Ramgarh, Block Hassanpur, construction of New PWD Rest House and Subordinate Rest House-cum-Class IV Residence at village Mandkola.

Hisar gets projects costing around Rs. 20 crore

Various developmental projects costing more than Rs. 20 crore were dedicated to the people of Hisar district.

The list of inaugurated projects includes two-lane RoB at L/C No. 4-A on Hisar-Sadalpur Railway Line at Km. 3/7-8 crossing Southern Periphery road along Balsamand Distributaries Hisar, Sub Health Centre at village Niyana, Community Health Centre at village Siswal and New Bus Stand, Balsamand.

Rohtak gets projects costing around Rs. 20 crore

Several developmental projects costing more than Rs. 20 crore were dedicated to the people of Rohtak district. The list of inaugurated projects includes the reconstruction of AR Bridge at RD 101000 Bhiwani Sub Branch.

The Chief Minister also laid the foundation stone of Block Office Building in Kalanaur Block, Upgradation of the road from Katwara Khidwali Brahmanwas Sanghi road, from High Embankment road over drain number 8, from Dobh to Chimani via Marodhi Ballambh Kahanaur, from Rohtak Bhiwani road to Garhi Ballm via Baniyani Patwapur.

Kaithal gets projects costing around Rs. 15 crore

Various developmental projects amounting more than Rs. 15 crore were dedicated to the people of Kaithal district. The list of inaugurated projects includes 33 KV sub-station each in Titran and Padla and a 50 bedded hospital in Kalayat.

Charkhi Dadri gets projects costing around Rs. 10 crore

Various developmental projects costing to more than Rs.10 crore were dedicated to the people of Charkhi Dadri. The list of inaugurated projects include PHC with residential accommodation in village Sanwar, CHC at village Gopi, Park cum Vayayamshala established on four acres of land in village Dagroli, four Park cum Vayayamshala established on two acres of land in villages Kari Adu, Kari Dharni, Pichopa Khurd and Bass Ranila. Besides this, the Chief Minister also inaugurated Village Knowledge Centre in villages Pichopa Khurd, Berla, Mandola and Rawaldhi respectively.

Bhiwani gets projects costing around Rs. 9 crore

Several developmental projects more than Rs. 9 crore were dedicated to the people of Bhiwani district that includes inauguration of CHC at village Kairu and PHC at with residential accommodation at village Jhumpa Kalan.

Yamunanagar gets projects costing around Rs. 9 crore

Various developmental projects costing more than Rs.9 crore were dedicated to the people of Yamunanagar district that include the inauguration of new building of CHC, Saraswati Nagar, construction of four rooms, bathroom, physics, chemistry, biology and general science lab, boundary wall and laying of block tiles in the ground of Government Senior Secondary School, Jathlana and Zila Parishad Building.

Panipat gets projects costing around Rs. 5 crore

Various developmental projects costing more than Rs. 5 crore were dedicated to the people of Panipat district that include the inauguration of 33 KV Sub-station Kurana and Media Centre Building, Panipat.