Haryana CM Will Inaugurate And Lay Foundation Stones Of Various Development Projects Of Over Rs 34.38 Crore During Kaithal Visit
Haryana Chief Minister, Mr. Manohar Lal will inaugurate and lay foundation stones of various development projects of over Rs 34.38 crore during Kaithal visit. Apart from this, he will be the chief guest in the Abhinandan Samaroh to be held in Kaithal.
While stating this here today, an official spokesman said that the Chief Minister will inaugurate 33 KV substations built in villages Kharka, Bhusla and Pilani of the district. An amount of Rs. 3 crore each has been spent to construct all these sub stations. He said that the Chief Minister will inaugurate Papsar Sub Miner set up at a cost of over Rs 2.95 crore, Kailram Miner at a cost of Rs 92.96 lakh, Munnarehari Miner at a cost of over Rs 1.69 crore and Sajama Minor rejuvenation at a cost of Rs. 40.28 lakh, an EVM machine store room In the premises of Mini Secretariat at a cost of over Rs. 1.82 crore and Thehbaneda to Pidal link road via Tehnewal at a cost of Rs.2.46 crore.
He said that the Chief Minister will lay foundation stones of other development works in district Kaithal, including rejuvenation of Urlana Minor at a cost of Rs. 2.33 crore, bridge to be constructed on drain near village Khambeda costing over Rs. 2.04 crore, residential building and mortuary to be constructed in government hospital at Guhla at a cost of over Rs 5.31 crore and arrangement of ghat and toilet on the Rasmangal Tirtha (Jakhauli) at a cost of Rs over Rs 2.79 crore and beautification and rejuvenation of Kukrityanashn Tirth (Kakot) at a cost of over Rs 2.63 crore.