Punjab government would spend Rs 37 crore for the overall development of Rajpura town during this fiscal. A decision to this effect was taken by Punjab chief minister Parkash Singh Badal, who is also chairman of PEPSU development board (PDB), during the board's meeting held in Chandigarh on Thursday.
Taking part in the deliberations, Badal directed PDB administrator to get the works of potable water supply, sewerage and sewage treatment plants executed on priority and ensure its timely completion.
The chief minister also asked him to undertake construction of roads simultaneously to ensure better connectivity to the residents.
Badal also approved to constitute a committee for the proper management of newly constructed community centre at Tripuri town in Patiala at a cost of Rs 2.68 crore over 1.25 acres.