April 30, 2013

Rewari  (I-Haryana News)   April 25- Haryana Chief Minister Mr Bhupinder Singh Hooda   today  inaugurated a number of projects and also laid  foundation stones of many others involving   an investment of over Rs 160 crore in Rewari.

The projects   inaugurated by Mr Hooda in district Rewari involved an investment of about Rs 30.69 crore. These included   Rs 7.96 crore second academic block at Indira Gandhi Regional Centre of Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak at Meerpur. Mr Hooda   also unveiled the statue of former Prime Minister of India late Mrs Indira Gandhi at the regional centre.

The Chief Minister  also inaugurated newly built banquet hall costing Rs 5.39 crore at gymkhana club, Rewari, a new Sabzi Mandi costing Rs 7.32 crore developed over an area of  16 acres on Bawal road and 5.9 kms long minor constructed at a cost of Rs 8.20 crore at Khatwali. This minor would prove beneficial for six villages including Fadni, Jitpura, Alamgirpur, Khatwali and Khaliyawas.

Mr Hooda   also inaugurated building of Primary Land Improvement Bank costing Rs 1.21 crore  at Rewari and Pt. Chiranji Lal memorial hall at Brahamgarh complex costing Rs 15 lakh. The Chief Minister had laid its foundation stone on May 13,2012.

The projects for which Mr Hooda laid foundation stones involved an investment of about Rs 135.59 crore. The Chief Minister    launched water supply project costing Rs 55.14 crore to strengthen water supply arrangement at Dharuhera. He laid foundation stone of a sewerage treatment plant costing about Rs six crore.

Mr Hooda laid foundation stone of Rao Abhey Singh Industrial Training Centre costing about Rs 4.73 crore and Government Veterinary Hospital (Polyclinic) costing about Rs 5.05 crore at Saharanwas.

Mr Hooda also laid  the foundation stone of Rs 8.35 crore    campus school at Indira Gandhi regional centre, Meerpur, district jail, Rewari costing Rs 45.82 crore and  of a new bus stand costing Rs 8.80 crore at Rewari.  The bus stand would be set up over an area of over 20 acres  and would facilitate about 50,000 passengers daily.

He also laid the foundation stone of other developmental projects which included Pt. Bhagwat Dayal Sharma chowk costing Rs 38.70 lakh, Daksh Prajapat chowk costing Rs 32.45 lakh and Shakti Bhawan costing Rs 1.31 crore.


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