Haryana Chief Minister Laid Foundation Stones Of Various Projects Worth Crores Of Rupees In Rohtak
Haryana Chief Minister, Mr. Manohar Lal laid foundation stones of various projects worth crores of rupees in Rohtak.
The Chief Minister laid the foundation stone of three projects in Rohtak today which included foundation stone of construction of permanent structure on Baland Pump House Link Drain from RD (Burji) number 0 to 3500. An estimated expenditure of Rs.1.67 crore will be incurred on this project and the work will be got completed in about six months. It is worth mentioning that Baland Pump House Link Drain is available on JLN feeder on the right side of RD (Burji) number 193800. Baland Pump House Link Drain RD (Burji) number 0 to 6000 was constructed in the year 2014. Due to moisture in the ground, the soil on both sides of the drain moved. As a result, due to the blockage of the drain, the drainage of the water in fields is not carried out. Due to this problem, the crops got damaged in about 500 acres of land in village Baland. This project has been approved to meet the long pending demand of the farmers.
Apart from this, the Chief Minister also laid the foundation stone of block office building of Meham. The cost of construction of this building will be about Rs. 2.06 crore. This building will be two-storey and equipped with modern facilities. There will be seven rooms, including committee halls on the ground floor, offices of different officers and kitchens.
Mr. Manohar Lal also laid the foundation stone of Road Safety Awareness Park near the road leading to PGIMS. A sum of about Rs 3.17 crore will be spent on it and it will be developed over 2.5 acres. Apart from the people coming to PGIMS, this park will benefit people of Adarsh Nagar, Dariyav Nagar and Gandhi Nagar areas. Traffic Parks will also have symbols related to traffic rules and for children, swing and musical fountains will also installed in this park. Apart from planting different types of plants in the park, modern toilets and pavement will also be constructed.
Others present on the occasion included Minister of State for Cooperation, Mr. Manish Kumar Grover, Member of Parliament, Dr. Arvind Sharma, District President, Mr. Ajay Bansal and other dignitaries.