Chandigarh, 04 December , 2023– Haryana Chief Minister, Sh. Manohar Lal has inaugurated and laid the foundation stones for 39 developmental projects worth around Rs.590 crore during the state-level function commemorating Sant Shiromani Sain Ji Maharaj’s birth anniversary in Jind district. These projects, including 8 inaugurations worth around Rs.51 crore and 31 foundation stone laying ceremonies totaling Rs.539 crore will provide significant benefits to Jind district.
The Chief Minister inaugurated the Municipal Council Office building constructed at a cost of about Rs.15 crore. In addition, various road widening and strengthening initiatives, such as the Jind-Hansi road, Jind-Bhiwani road, and improvements to several other roads, were inaugurated, amounting to crores in expenditure. Furthermore, the Chief Minister also inaugurated the Asan village Water Works for the smooth supply of drinking water in Asan and Shiva villages, this will cost approximately Rs.5.3 crore.
Foundation stone laid for 31 projects worth Rs 539 crore
The Chief Minister inaugurated various developmental projects in Jind, involving a drinking water supply initiative for the town at a cost of Rs.388.27 crore. Additionally, he sanctioned Rs.75.87 crore for augmenting sewage systems in different colonies of Narwana town. The special maintenance of the Jind-Julani Janjgir road, with an expenditure of Rs.3.82 crore, and the special repair of the Jind-Safidon road connecting Jind-Rohtak via Jind-Gohana road crossing the Delhi-Bathinda railway line, costing Rs.3.85 crore, were also inaugurated. Moreover, the foundation stone laying ceremony for the construction work of roads on both sides of the canal, from Kandela bridge to Delhi-Bathinda railway line bridge, with an expenditure of Rs.5.98 crore, was conducted.
Beside these projects, the Chief Minister also inaugurated developmental works like construction of road from Primary School to Julani Minor, construction of road from Main Julani Road to Narwana Road, Construction of Pandu Gate, construction of Jayanti Devi Gate, construction of synthetic track in Eklavya Stadium and also laid the foundation of park construction. These initiatives, costing crores, are aimed at improving the civic infrastructure and overall living standards of the region.
The Chief Minister initiated numerous road strengthening projects, upgrading bridges, and improving sewage systems, with a focus on diverse areas across the district. The reconstruction of numerous roads, strengthening of existing infrastructure, and various other development initiatives collectively stand as a testament to the government’s commitment towards comprehensive growth and infrastructure enhancement in the Jind district.