Member of Parliament from Rohtak, Deepender Hooda dedicated three projects costing Rs 35 crore to residents of Machhrauli village in Jhajjar district on Sunday.
While a waterworks costing about Rs 14 crore and a 132-KV substation set up by Haryana Vidyut Parsharan Nigam at a cost of Rs 17.5 crore were inaugurated, a foundation stone of the District Institute of Education and Training (DIET), which would be constructed at a cost of Rs 3.5 crore, was laid.
Speaking on the occasion, Deepender said he was very happy to see the completion of the waterworks as he had also contributed in preparing its design. This waterworks, through Salhawas Link Channel, will provide water to Bhatera, Kahri, Chandpur, Jahidpur, Chota Jahidpur, Bhatera Dhani (Ghatauli) and Dhani Kahri villages on a regular basis. The power substation will provide power to 34 villages for domestic use, tubewells and other proposes, benefiting 18,718 consumers, he added.
He said chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda had announced to open a DIET in Jhajjar district, so that youth of the area might be able to make their career in the field of education. He said these projects of power, water and health, would benefit people of Machhrauli and nearby villages to a great extent.'
Deepender said the state government had established a number of important institutions in the field of health, management and technical education in the state, including extension centres of IIT-Delhi, which is a well-known institute at international level.
Education minister Geeta Bhukkal, Badli MLA Naresh Sharma and former speaker and MLA Raghubir Singh Kadiyan were also present in the occasion.
Bhukkal inaugurated a park in Machhrauli, which has been developed under the Mera Gaon-Meri Bagiya scheme by the district administration.