Himachal Pradesh among best states in matter of Covid management: Jai Ram Thakur
Announces upgradation of Wizar Singh Degree College Dehri to PG College
Dharamsala: Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur today performed foundation stone laying ceremonies of nine developmental projects worth about Rs. 43 crore in Fatehpur Assembly Constituency of Kangra district.
While presiding over the ‘Labharthi Sammalen’ of various welfare schemes of the State Government at Wazir Ram Singh Stadium at Fatehpur, the Chief Minister announced opening of Sub Tehsil at Rae, up gradation of High School Barot to Government Senior Secondary School, channelization of Nagoh and Kundal khuds, Rs 10 lakh for retaining wall at Guru Ravi Dass temple complex, Patwar Circle at Nangal, starting of MA Hindi and M. Com classes in Wizar Singh Degree College Dehri (Fatehpur) and upgrading this college as Post Graduate College.
He announced Rs 2 crore for link roads and other works of the area which include the link road from Diana to Kulala in G.P. Diana.
Chief Minister laid foundation stones of Rs. 7.49 crore flood protection work in Fatehpur khud for protection of various offices, two tube well, three water supply schemes and Fatehpur Bazar area in tehsil Fatehpur,
Jai Ram Thakur also provided benefits to the beneficiaries of various welfare schemes on the occasion.
He also announced construction of Saheed Samarak at Fatehpur, upgrading of Police Post Fatehpur to Police Station, Rs 10 lakh for construction of Press Club Fatehpur and making CHC Rae 24x7 functional health institution.
Jai Ram Thakur said, “ Himachal Pradesh is among the best States in the matter of Covid management. The steps taken by the State Government to check the spread of this virus has been appreciated not only by the Prime Minister, but even by other States also. The Congress remained in power for about 50 years in the State as well as at the Centre. There were only 50 ventilators in the State when this virus broke in and I took up the matter with the Prime Minister and immediately 500 new ventilators were provided under the PMCAREs for the State. Today there were over 700 fully functional ventilators in various hospitals in the State.”
The Chief Minister said that there was only one oxygen plant in the State whereas today as many 10 plants have been made functional and 28 were being established soon.
Forests Minister Rakesh Pathania said that it was the right time for the people of Fatehpur to wake up and join hands to support the policies and programmes of the State Government. He said that the present State Government has ensured balanced and equitable development of the State.
The Fatehpur assembly constituency will soon go to poll as the seat here is lying vacant since the death of Congress MLA Sujjan Singh Pathania in February this year.
Deputy Commissioner Dr. Nipun Jindal welcomed the Chief Minister, other dignitaries and beneficiaries of different schemes initiated by the State Government. He also detailed various developmental schemes launched by the State Government and number of beneficiaries benefitted in the Kangra district.
Social Justice and Empowerment Minister Sarveen Chaudhary, Industries Minister Bikram Singh, Chairman Woolfed Trilok Kapoor MLA Gegrat Rajesh Thakur, MLA Indora Reeta Dhiman, Chairman Kangra Central Cooperative Bank Rajiv Bhardwaj, Ex MLA Manohar Dhiman, Vice Chairman State Small Saving Board Sanjay Guleria, Mandal President Kartar Pathania were present on the occasion among others.