CHANDIGARH, July 7 – Haryana Chief Minister Mr Manohar Lal today inaugurated and laid the foundation stones of 12 developmental projects involving an investment of Rs 98.82 crore for Assembly Constituencies of Panipat Rural, Panipat Urban, Israna and Samalkha in district Panipat.
While addressing the gathering after inaugurating building of Government College Bapoli (Bahrampur) and laying the foundation stone of new Government Industrial Training Institute at Bapoli near Panipat, he said that half of the developmental projects announced have already been completed and work on remaining projects is in full swing. He said that new schools and hospitals would be opened keeping in view the demand and feasibility. He also said that the pending work of Barat Ghar and Sainik Hall in Samalkha would soon be completed. Later on, the Chief Minister inaugurated the renovated building of Government Institute for Blind and laid the foundation stone of Swaranjayanti Chhatrawas building at Government Institute for Blind, Panipat.
He also gave away study kits and table sticks to the blind students. He also went around the Braille library in the institute. Social Justice and Empowerment Minister Mrs Kavita Jain was also present on this occasion. The Chief Minister also inaugurated and laid the foundation stones of developmental projects at a public meeting at Madlauda. These included inauguration of building of government college for women at Madlauda, Sub Yard at village Chhichhrana, 33 KV Sub stations at Nara and Nohra and laid the foundation stones of ITI building at village Madlauda and rehabilitation of new Urlana Minor from RD 0-50500.
Speaking on this occasion, he said that there should be no corruption in developmental works. He also thanked the people for their cooperation in checking corruption. The cost of construction of new women college building at Madlauda is Rs two crore less than the estimated cost. Similarly, Rs seven crore have been saved in construction of new bus stand in Jhajjar as actual cost was Rs 33 crore as against the estimate of Rs 40 crore. The government is fully committed to eliminate corruption at all levels. He said that all round develop of the state is being ensured. There are ample funds for development. He also urged the people to help in keeping the villages, hospitals, educational institutions, panchayat ghars and other public places clean in the state. Transport Minister Mr Krishan Lal Panwar thanked the Chief Minister for dedicating various developmental projects to the people in the district. MLAs Mr Mahipal Dhanda and Mrs Rohita Rewari and other prominent personalities were also present on this occasion.