Rs 2.27 crore will be spent on Patiala development
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CHIEF MINISTER BHAGWANT MANN’S VISION FOR A BETTER PUNJAB: RS 2.27 CRORE WILL BE SPENT FOR DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS OF PATIALA: DR INDERBIR SINGH NIJJAR
SAYS, MAIN OBJECTIVE OF PUNJAB GOVERNMENT TO PROVIDING A BETTER LIVING ENVIRONMENT FOR THE CITIZEN OF THE STATE
Chandigarh, April 30:
The Minister of Local Government, Dr. Inderbir Singh Nijjar, has announced that the State Government led Chief Minister, Bhagwant Mann, has decided to spend approximately Rs 2.27 crore on the development projects in Patiala. The office process for these projects has already been started.
Giving more details, the Minister of Local Government, Dr. Inderbir Singh Nijjar, said that the development projects will include the outsourcing of safai sewak for the Health Branch of the Municipal Corporation of Patiala, with an estimated cost of Rs. 1.50 crores. The government has also approved the desilting of the Outer Big Ganda Nallah from Gurdwara Akalgarh Sahib to Chajju Bhat at Municipal Council Nabha, with a cost of Rs. 32.85 lakhs. Additionally, the desilting of Inner Ganda Nallahs at Different Sites in Nabha City at Municipal Council Nabha is expected to cost Rs. 33.61 lakhs.
Furthermore, the government will be installing a traffic signal system on the Lower Mall Road in Patiala at an estimated cost of Rs 10.58 lakhs at the Municipal Corporation of Patiala.
Dr. Nijjar added that the Department of Local Government has already started the official process for these development projects. In this regard, a tender has been uploaded on the Punjab Government website www.eproc.punjab.gov.in. The Minister further said that if any amendments are required in the tenders terms and conditions, all the amended information will be uploaded on the same website.
These development projects are expected to bring significant improvements in the areas of sanitation, traffic management, and overall infrastructure development, providing a better living environment for the citizens of Patiala and Nabha.
He has directed the officials of the Department to ensure transparency and quality in the development projects.