Haryana CM Dedicated Eight Development Projects In District Rewari
Haryana Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal dedicated eight development projects to the tune of over Rs 102.93 crore to the people of district Rewari.
The Chief Minister inaugurated five ambitious development projects to the tune of over Rs 95.10 crore and laid the foundation stone of three projects to the tune of over Rs7.82 crore. On the occasion, the Chief Minister inaugurated augmentation of Water Supply Scheme at the cost of Rs 6,785.81 lakh. With this project, better water supply would be provided to the people of 31 villages and three dhanis of Bawal assembly constituency. The Chief Minister also inaugurated 12.5 km long HDPE pipeline sewerage treatment plant from Bawal to Sahbi River at the cost of Rs 9.94 crore. He also inaugurated Primary Health Centre Constructed at the cost of over Rs 3.59 crore in village Bharawas and said that the State Government is working in the direction to provide better healthcare services to the general public. He also dedicated the Administrative Block constructed at the cost of Rs2.71 crore in Rao Birender Singh StateInstitute of Engineering and Technology, village Zainabad in Kosli assembly constituency and new college building at the cost of Rs 11crore in village Kanwali.
He also laid the foundation stone of three big projects of Kosl assembly constituency. The projects included construction of V. R. Bridge 34.047 of JLN Canal and Nikhri Distributry, at the cost of Rs 94 lakh, sports stadium to be constructed at the cost of over Rs 2.38 crore in village Surheli and construction of building of Bhagat Phool Singh Regional Centre at the cost of Rs 4.50 crore, in Village Lula Ahir.
Those present included Minister of State for Public Health Engineering, Dr. Banwari Lal, MLA, Rewari Mr Randhir Singh Kapdiwas, MLA Kosli, Mr Bikram Singh Yadav and others.