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Moga gets Rs. 128 crore for sewerage projects

HT Correspondent, Hindustan Times  Moga, September 03, 2013
First Published: 20:23 IST(3/9/2013) | Last Updated: 20:28 IST(3/9/2013)

The Punjab government has approved Rs. 127.58 crore for sewerage and Rs. 12.56 crore for water supply projects, respectively, in Moga.


Former agriculture minister jathedar Tota Singh said that work on most projects had been started. In Moga, projects worth Rs. 5.20 crore for water supply and Rs. 63.62 crore for sewerage were underway.

"Baghapurana sewerage projects worth Rs. 27.25 crore is on and project worth Rs. 5.44 crore has been approved. In Dharamkot, work on sewerage projects worth Rs. 18.71 crore is in progress. Water supply projects worth Rs. 85 lakh has been approved," he added.

Tota Singh added that in Badhni Kalan, projects worth Rs. 18 crore for sewerage and Rs. 1.07 crore for water supply has been approved.

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