Himachal Pradesh Govt. Sanctioned 50 Crore For Drinking Water Scheme At Balichowki
The Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur has sanctioned a major drinking water scheme worth Rs. 50 crore under BRICS for Balichowki for solving the drinking water shortage in the area. He said that Rs. six crore sericulture centre has also been sanctioned. Apart from this, Rs. six crore has been approved for undertaking flood control measures.
The Chief Minister said all the link roads in the areas damaged due to heavy rains would be repaired and maintained at the earliest. He said that appropriate funds would be provided for construction of Dhalot-Kangani road upto Thachi. He said that Sudhani-Thata-Gadagusaini road would also be constructed and improved.
On demand of the local youth, Chief Minister said that gymnasium would be constructed at Balichowki and efforts would be made to open SBI branch at Balichowki. He said that funds would be provided for construction of Ayurvedic Dispensary at Palai Dhar. He said that mudrika bus would be plied in the area.
Jai Ram Thakur said that he would participate in the 7th Jan Manch being organized on 7th October at Panjain in Balichowki area. He urged the people to actively participate in the Programme to redress their complaints and grievances on the spot. He said that efforts would also be made to construct a Gau-sadan in the area so that the crops of the people could be saved from the stray animals.
The Chief Minister said that helipad would be constructed at Thachi and efforts would be made to develop the area from tourism point of view.
Elected representatives of Panchyati Raj Institutions, Yuvak Mandals, Mahila Mandals and general public of the area interacted with Chief Minister regarding their grievances and Chief Minister gave necessary directions to the concerned officers and Deputy Commissioner, Mandi Rugved Thakur who was connected with video-conference from Mandi.