Himachal Chief Minister dedicated Uttarala augmented water supply scheme

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baijnath1.jpgHimachal Chief Minister today dedicated Uttarala augmented water supply scheme constructed at a cost of Rs. 59 lakh to the people of the area today. He addressed an impressive public meeting at Kandral village of Baijnath assembly segment of district Kangra on the third day of his winter sojourn to the lower districts of the State.

Chief Minister said that road construction was being accorded top priority by the State Government and record funds were made available to increase the road network in the State. He said that ambitious programme of connecting every gram panchayat with motorable road was under implementation in the State and target to be achieved by March, 2008.

Chief Minister announced opening of a primary health center and veterinary hospital at some central place in the area so that all the villages were benefited with the services of the institutions. He also announced upgradation of one school in the area to senior secondary school to facilitate the students get higher education facility in the area. He said that all other demands of the people of the area would also be considered sympathetically so that best basic amenities were made available to the people of the area.

Chief Minister remembered the contribution of late Pt. Sant Ram who represented the area for quite a lone time and ensured uniform and balanced development of the entire area. He said that late Pt. Sant Ram had focused his attention towards the Gaddi dominated areas to being them at par with rest of the developed areas besides connecting them with outside world.

Sudhir Sharma, local MLA welcomed the Chief Minister and thanked him for developing Rajiv Gandhi Govt. Post Graduate Ayurvedic College into a par excellence health center and providing adequate funds for developmental activities. He urged him to sanction one veterinary dispensary in the Gaddi dominated area. Virender Katoch, President, Gram Panchayat Kandral welcomed the Chief Minister and detailed local demands.
baijnath3.jpgChief Minister remembered the contribution of late Pt. Sant Ram who represented the area for quite a lone time and ensured uniform and balanced development of the entire area. He said that late Pt. Sant Ram had focused his attention towards the Gaddi dominated areas to being them at par with rest of the developed areas besides connecting them with outside world.

Sudhir Sharma, local MLA welcomed the Chief Minister and thanked him for developing Rajiv Gandhi Govt. Post Graduate Ayurvedic College into a par excellence health center and providing adequate funds for developmental activities. He urged him to sanction one veterinary dispensary in the Gaddi dominated area.

Virender Katoch, President, Gram Panchayat Kandral also present.

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