Haryana Chief Minister Laid Foundation Stone For 14 Development Projects At Kaithal
Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal inaugurated and laid the foundation stone of 14 development projects to the tune of over Rs 95.43 crore at Kaithal. These development projects would add a new chapter in the development of Kaithal district.
The Chief Minister dedicated four development works completed at the cost of Rs. 13.94 crore and laid down the foundation stone of 10 development works amounting to over Rs. 81.49 crores.
The four development projects inaugurated by the Chief Minister included construction of slab on Markanda Distributary up to Hospital Guhla at the cost of Rs 4.30 crore, 33 KV substation at Songhal and Jaduala at the cost of Rs 3 crore each and construction of Government Primary School, Shakti Nagar, Kaithal at the cost of Rs 3.64 crore.
The 10 development projects, of which the Chief Minister laid the foundation stone included development of Koti Kuteshwar Tirth, construction of Regional Centre of Lala Lajpat Rai University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Keorak, construction of concrete road from canal to Dera Buta Singh, Habri, from Ring Bandh Gamri to Pundri Drain, Pai and from outer ring road Pai to Pai-Pilni road, Pai, City Square and Bank Square, Kaithal, augmentation and providing sewerage system in civic amenities and infrastructure in left out area and other approved colonies under AMRUT, storm water sewer along with construction of pumping station of Manas Drain and Geong Drain under AMRUT and construction of Night Shelter Home in Kaithal.