CM HP dedicates developmental projects worth Rs.27 crore in Kinnaur district

Sep 01, 2016 18:25 | Poltics

Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh on the first day of his visit to the Tribal district of Kinnaur dedicated various developmental projects worth Rs 27 crore, which included two Bailey bridges near Urni Dhank over River Sutlej constructed at a cost of Rs. 6.13 crore, inaugurated newly constructed building of Govt. Senior Secondary School Urni completed at a cost of Rs.3.22 crore and newly constructed Bus Stand at Sangla completed at a cost of Rs.1.24 crore. He also inaugurated Primary Health Centre building at Nigulsari,

The Chief Minister laid foundation stone of upgradation of Water Supply Scheme for Tapri to cost  Rs.74 lakh to benefit about 1400 inhabitants of the area. He laid foundation stone of Kharogala-Kuppa Flow Irrigation Scheme at Kuppa to cost Rs. 7.51 crore to benefit population of nine villages of the area, and also laid foundation stone of Taxi Stand and parking at Sangla to be constructed with an outlay of Rs.26.50  lakh.

He also performed Bhumi Poojan of up-gradation of link road from NH-5 to Nichar via Panvi  at Wangtu and  Rangle-Meeru Road to cost Rs. 2.45 crore and Rs. five crore respectively.