Nahan: Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur today inaugurated and laid foundation stones of developmental projects worth Rs. 42.32 crore during one day tour to Pachhad assembly constituency of Sirmaur district.
While addressing a largely attended public meeting at Sarahan, Chief Minister said that it was due to the wholehearted support of the people of the State that the BJP succeeded in winning all the four parliamentary seats of the State with record margin.
Jai Ram Thakur said that development works worth Rs. 152 crore were going on in Pachhad Vidhan Sabha area in Public Works sector alone, which shows the commitment of the Government for the development of the area. He urged the people of the area for giving whole hearted support to the State Government and strengthen his hands.Chief Minister said that the State Government has sanctioned Rs. 45.80 crores for Chailla-Neripul Yashwantnagar-Kumarhatti Road under Output and Performance Bases Maintenance Contract (OPBMC). He also announced construction of three additional sets in PWD Rest House at Sarahan.
The Chief Minister announced opening of PWD division at Sarahan and PWD sub-division at Gagalskoh. He announced opening of BMO office at Rajgarh, IPH sub-division at Narag, ITI at Kotipadhog, PHC at Dagyar and Jaihar. Chief Minister also announced veterinary hospital at Mached and Naina Tikkar. He also announced starting of science classes in Government Senior Secondary School Diggal.
He also announced providing Rs. 70 lakh for various roads in the area. He announced upgradation of Government High School Sirmauri Mandir and Gadolpirag. He also announced science classes in Government Senior Secondary School Basan.
Earlier, the Chief Minister inaugurated office of SDM Pachhad at Sarahan, Sikken Dingr Kinner Bhaghyandhat road constructed at a cost of Rs. 4. 81 crore, Matelling and tarring of Chourighat-Sarsoo road done by spending Rs. 3.88 crore and Lift Irrigation Scheme Odour Pudla on which Rs.1.51 crore was spent.Chief Minister also launched the poster based on “Poshan Month” brought out by the Social Justice and Empowerment Department, to kick start “Poshan Mah” for the State and provided “Ann Prashan” to six babies. He also provided Smart Phones to Anganbari Workers.