Jwalamukhi gets projects Rs 105 cr : The Tribune India

Tribune press service

Dharamsala, May 10

Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur today conducted groundbreaking and laid foundation stones for 19 development projects worth around Rs 105 crore in Jwalamukhi Assembly constituency of Kangra district today .

Addressing a public meeting in Jwalamukhi, the Chief Minister announced the opening of PWD division in Jwalamukhi and Jal Shakti Vibhag subdivision in Majheen in Kangra district.

Thakur inaugurated Rs 30 lakh forest rest house in Bhadoli, Rs 3.28 crore book distribution center-guest house in Jwalamukhi, Rs 95 lakh five rooms at Jwalamukhi government secondary school, Rs 88 lakh accommodation additional to Lagru Government Secondary School, Rs 2.75 crore Lagru to Talli road, Rs 1.69 crore Balardu road upgrade to Adhwani, Rs 5.05 crore Kutiara road upgrade to Triamblu, Rs 3.21 crore upgrade from Surani road to Baggi, Rs 5.28 crore upgrade from Aghar road to Kohlri, Rs 7.69 crore upgrade from Kathog to Adhe-di-Hattian via road Sehopain Nagrota Lalwara and Rs 3.24 crore Silh to Gagruhi via Dareen Jangal road.

He also inaugurated an electricity division in Jwalamukhi which would benefit more than 1.84 lakh from about 68 panchayats.

Chief Minister laid foundation stones for Rs 55 lakh forest rest house at Jouru Tal (Amb Pathiar), Rs 17.50 crore distribution system improvement scheme of various water supply systems under tehsil Khundian, Rs 5.60 crore to provide functional connection to household tap in Silh, water supply systems for Khundian, Gharna and Jakhnal in Khundian tehsil, Rs 36.32 crore for water supply system of the Jwalamukhi temple and its adjoining area, Rs. 1.39 crore Science Laboratory to Lagru Government Secondary School, Rs 2.42 crore Samletar to Koke via Kai road, Rs 6.13 crore link road Langha Leahace via Rope to Mundal and Rs 78 lakh veterinary dispensary building in Ghallour.

MP and Deputy Chairman of the State Planning Council, Jwalamukhi Ramesh Chand Dhawala, while welcoming the Chief Minister, detailed various demands from the region.

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