Degree college to be opened in Bilaspur’s Swarghat: Jai Ram Thakur

Published on Jun 28, 2022 03:10 AM IST
Addressing a meeting at Bilaspur’s Ghawandal Chowk, Himachal CM announced that a government degree college will be opened at Swarghat in Naina Devi assembly segment
Chief minister Jai Ram Thakur on Monday laid foundation stones of projects worth <span class='webrupee'>₹</span>112 crore in Bilaspur district. (HT Photo)
Chief minister Jai Ram Thakur on Monday laid foundation stones of projects worth 112 crore in Bilaspur district. (HT Photo)
By, Shimla

Chief minister Jai Ram Thakur on Monday laid foundation stones of projects worth 112 crore in Bilaspur district on Monday.

Addressing a meeting at Ghawandal Chowk, the CM announced that a government degree college will be opened at Swarghat in Naina Devi assembly segment.

The CM said the government will take over Shakti Senior Secondary School, Naina Devi and open a Primary Education Block office in Naina Devi. “The primary health centre in Bhakra wil be upgraded to a community health centre, an Auyrvedic dispensary will be opened at Dhulet and funds will be provided for building link roads in the area.”

He also directed officials to look into upgrading government middle schools in Mandayali, Swana, Dadoh, Bhated, Sidhsuh, Samtehan and Uttper. He said Uttper School will be renamed after Vijay Kumar, who laid down his life for the country.

Thakur paid obeisance at the Naina Devi Temple and also flagged off an HRTC Bus on the Naina Devi-Kolanwala Toba-Shimla route.

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