Surjewala unfolds govt plan to develop tehsil in Kaithal
An amount of Rs 117 crore is being spent to strengthen the transport and power supply infrastructure in Guhla assembly constituency. The state government has set up 16 power substations in the constituency to ensure uninterrupted power supply.india Updated: May 28, 2013 21:43 IST
An amount of Rs 117 crore is being spent to strengthen the transport and power supply infrastructure in Guhla assembly constituency. The state government has set up 16 power substations in the constituency to ensure uninterrupted power supply.
This was stated by state public works and industries minister Randeep Singh Surjewala at a public meeting organised at Kamheri village of Guhla subdivision on Tuesday.
He laid the foundation stones and inaugurated development projects worth Rs 53 crore in the constituency during his visit. He said the state government had introduced the single transformer scheme to improve power supply in the state and an amount of Rs 350 crore had been spent under the scheme in Kurukshetra, Karnal, Kaithal and Rohtak districts. He said an amount of Rs 40 crore had been spent in Kaithal district under the scheme.
Surjewala said that chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda's visit to Guhla on June 1 would accelerate the pace of development in the region and he would announce a number of development projects for the constituency.
He stated that the chief minister would inaugurate the new grain market at Cheeka, grain market at Siwan, a 50- bed hospital, Rajiv Gandhi Vidyut Bhawan, water sewage treatment plant at Guhla and Guru Gobind Singh Government polytechnic at Cheeka during his visit.
First Published: May 28, 2013 21:42 IST