Bhumi pujan of 30 meter span bridge and road connecting village at Tahal Khad
Author(s): Arvind SharmaDharamshsala, November 22, 2019: “61 crore rupees are being spent on the construction and maintenance of roads in the Sullah Legislative Assembly area”, said the Health and Family Welfare Minister, Vipin Singh Parmar...
Dharamshsala, November 22, 2019: “61 crore rupees are being spent on the construction and maintenance of roads in the Sullah Legislative Assembly area”, said the Health and Family Welfare Minister, Vipin Singh Parmar on Friday.
Parmar was addressing the people after performing Bhumi Pujan of 30 meter span bridge and road connecting the village at Tahal Khad, which is to be built at a cost of Rs.2 crore 10 lakh in Panapar-Kholi village of Sullah Vidhan Sabha constituency.
He said that all the Panchayats have been connected by metalled roads and serious efforts are being made to connect each of the villages with jeepable road facility. He said that works of 15 crore 72 lakhs on Pradhan Mantri Gramin Sutra Yojana, 41 crore 59 lakh of Navard and Rs 122 lakh in Mukhyamantri Gramin Sadak Yojana are going on in the Sullah Legislative Assembly area. He informed that in addition to this, the work of tiring 50 km roads has been done. Parmar said that Rs 29 crore will be spent on the improvement and expansion of the roads from Dheera to Kahanfatt and Parur to Dheera-Naura.
On this occasion, he also inaugurated electrified tube wells installed at Panapar-Kholi village for improvement of drinking water worth Rs 3.5 lakh. He said that with the construction of the bridge at Tahal Khad and the road for Panapar-Kholi, the demand of the people of this place will be fulfilled. He ordered the Public Works Department to provide facilities to the people by constructing the bridge and road in one year.
Health Minister said that it is the responsibility of the government to fulfil the needs of the society and the government is serious for the uplift and development of the society. He said,” under the AYUSHMAN Yojana, about Rs 44 crore has been spent on free health services to about 46 thousand people of the state, whereas in Himcare scheme, about 50 thousand people of the state have been provided health care assistance of Rs 48 crore. Himcare cards will once again be issued in the state from January to March next year. Those who have not yet made Himcare cards can avail of this.” He said that the state is also starting Sahara scheme from this month, in which 24 thousand per year will be given at the rate of Rs. 2 thousand per month for the help of people suffering from 8 serious diseases.
He announced an overhead tank for drinking water in Panapar Haar and Rs.5 lakh for the repair of Foot Bridge at Panapar-Kholi. In the program SDM Dheera Vikas Jamwal, Executive Engineer Public Works Munish Sehgal, Executive Engineer Vidyut Pritam Kapoor, Tehsildar Palampur Ved Prakash, and many other distinguished persons were present.