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HT Correspondent , Hindustan Times
Kullu, October 10, 2013
The government has spent Rs. 80 lakh on repairing roads in Kullu town as part of preparations to host the town's famous Dussehra fair, said an official of the public works department on Thursday.  
Kullu public works department executive engineer Vinod Anand said that as part of beautifying the town, the district administration had also acted against those encroaching on link roads "This was part of beautifying the town," he said.

To improve sanitation, the town's municipal council (MC) has deployed nearly 150 workers. MC chairman Rishabh Kaliya added that they weregoing to construct two toilets costing `50 lakh for the people's convenience.

"With the district administration's help, MC will also install mobile toilets, which would help us maintain sanitation in the town," he said.

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