Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat inaugurated and unveiled the foundation stones of various developmental works amounting to about Rs 178 crore in Bazpur and Khatima. These included works amounting toRs 98 crore in Bazpur and Rs 80 crore in Khatima.
In Bazpur, the CM inaugurated eight schemes amounting to more than Rs 25 crore and unveiled the foundation stones of 41 works amounting to RS 73 crore including the Eklavya residential school.
Speaking on the occasion, Rawat said that the State Government had adopted zero tolerance for corruption to provide corruption-free and transparent governance. Stating that prime minister Narendra Modi had envisioned a New India by 2022, the CM spoke of the various steps taken by the Central and State governments for the welfare of the people. Cabinet minister Yashpal Arya said that the State Government had taken various steps in the interests of the poor.
Nainital-Udham Singh Nagar MP Bhagat Singh Koshyari said that under Modi, the condition of roads in the State and across the nation had improved considerably.
In Khatima, the CM inaugurated and unveiled the foundation stones of works amounting to Rs 80 crore. He unveiled the foundation stones for construction of Eklayva residential school and Kendriya Vidhyalaya building while also announcing Rs 12.24 crore for the Eklavya residential school. Rawat also honoured Pulwama terror attack martyr Virendra Singh Rana’s father Diwan Singh Rana. Addressing the gathering, the Chief Minister spoke of the various measures taken by the Central and State governments for enhancing services and governmental schemes in various spheres. MP Bhagat Singh Koshyari, MLAs Pushkar Singh Dhami, Prem Singh Rana were also among those present on the occasion.
Sunday, 10 March 2019 | PNS | Dehradun
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