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CM inaugurates bridge at Kapurthala

HT Correspondent, Hindustan Times  Kapurthala, November 17, 2013
First Published: 22:00 IST(17/11/2013) | Last Updated: 22:01 IST(17/11/2013)

Chief minister Parkash Singh Badal on Sunday inaugurated a 70.5km bridge on the Kali Bein near Bhawanipur village. The bridge lies on the Kapurthala-Fattudhingra road at Nanakpur village.

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The opposition on Saturday had flayed the authorities for getting the bridge inaugurated 10 months after it came into use.

The CM also announced the construction of a 2km road to link the regional campus of the Guru Nanak Dev University in Jalandhar and the newly-constructed community health centre (CHC) and grain market in Fattudhingra village.

Later, the CM, accompanied by former Cabinet minister and senior Akali leader Upinderjit Kaur, paid obeisance at Gurdwara Ber Sahib, associated with the first Sikh guru Nanak Dev, on the occasion of his Parkash Purb.

The CM also gave away prizes to the winners of the kabaddi tournament at Sultanpur Lodhi.

Cabinet minister Ajit Singh Kohar, chief parliamentary secretary Som Parkash, Markfed chairman Jarnail Singh Wahad, advisor to the chief minister on national affairs and media Harcharan Bains, Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee member Gurpreet Kaur, special principal secretary to the chief minister Ajoy Sharma and deputy commissioner DS Mangat were also present on the occasion.

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