Parwanoo: Chief Minister Prem Kumar Dhumal today laid the foundation stone for a Rs 12 crore community centre under integrated housing and slum development program at Parawnoo.
Speaking on the occasion, the chief minister said that the government had launched integrated housing and slum development programme under which 192 dwelling units would be constructed by HIMUDA at a cost of Rs 12 crore at Parwanoo for urban poors which includes two community centres each with a cost of Rs 32 lakh.
He asked HIMUDA to complete these housing projects within a year so that they could be allocated to poor families by March 2012.
During the visit Dhumal also inaugurated the 7th unit of Anand Automotive Group and commended the groupâ€™s efforts to construct a park and sports complex at a cost of Rs 40 lakh.
On the occasion he said that a working women hostel to be constructed by Anand Group by spending Rs 4.15 crore would go a long way in providing residential security to working women of not only Anand Group but also working women of other industrial units.
Earlier, chief Minister planted a sapling of ‘Rudraksh’ at Municipal Council Complex. Those present on the occasion included Daisy Thakur, chairperson Parwanoo MC, Rajeev Sehjal MLA of Kasauli and others.