CM to lay stones worth crores of projects in Dharamshala: Nehria
The Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur is visiting Dharamshala on November 19
Dharamshala: MLA of Dharamshala, Vishal Nehria said that as per the demand of the students of the city, the seating capacity will be increased in the District Library Dharamshala. He said that the MC elections are due in January and during these elections the studies of the students of Dharamshala College will not be interrupted due to elections, as the arrangements will be made to store vvpat machines in Dari instead of the college premises during and after the election.
Nehria said, “The Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur is visiting Dharamshala on November 19 and during this, he will lay the foundation stones for many development works worth Rs 99.73 crore and will also dedicate development works worth Rs 3.30 crore in the city to the public.”
Vishal Nehria said that CM Jayaram Thakur will lay the foundation stone of the store for EVM and vvpat machines at Dari for Rs 6.70 crore.
He said that apart from this, Chief Minister will lay foundation stones of Himachal Pradesh Education Board's Teachers' House and Book Store Center to be built at Rs 4.89 crore, walkways and stairs to be built at Rs 27.82 crore, parking near near Dalai lama Temple at 5.53 crore, Hostels of Mountaineering Institute to built at Rs 4.67 crore, second phase of Rooftop Solar Plant to be set up at Rs. 84 Lakh, Upgrading of Sewerage System at Rs. 7.19 Crore, Routzone Treatment Plant to be constructed at Rs. 2.77 Crore, LED Street light system to be installed at Rs. 24 Crore and the foundation stone for building of Mahila police station at Rs 3 crore and also foundation stone of the building of the State Hotel Management Institute for Rs 11.75 crore.
MLA said, “At the same time, during his stay, CM Jay Ram Tnakur will inaugurate the roof solar plant in the city which was constructed with cost of Rs. 1.59 crores and the second section of the residential complex of Himachal Pradesh School Education Board constructed at cost of Rs. 1.17 crores.”