CM assures rehabilitation of Bhakhra dam oustees of Una
Assuring to sort out problems being faced by Bhakhra oustees of Una, chief minister Virbhadra Singh on Thursday said those who, due to certain reasons, could not be rehabilitated in Haryana state, where they were allotted land, would be resettled within the Una district.Updated: Jan 22, 2015 22:40 IST
Assuring to sort out problems being faced by Bhakhra oustees of Una, chief minister Virbhadra Singh on Thursday said those who, due to certain reasons, could not be rehabilitated in Haryana state, where they were allotted land, would be resettled within the Una district.
The chief minister was addressing a public meeting at Dumkhar in Bangana tehsil here.
He has announced mini secretariat in Bangana to facilitate the people of the area for getting revenue and other related works done under one roof. He also announced `10 lakh for re- construction of Khyushyala Shiv temple in Dumkhar.
Virbhadra said the Congress party believed in the development and the present government was ensuring uniform and balanced development in the state.
He also urged the party leaders in the district to work unitedly for the development of the area and welfare of the people.
Virbhadra said that all the vacant posts of doctors at the Community Health Centre in Bangana would be filled up and the state government would explore the possibilities of tourism in the area.
The CM also announced widening of bridge on Una-Barsar road, besides widening of Bangana-Piplo-Dhaneta road.
He also announced opening of ayurvedic dispensaries at Rainsari and Padiyol and said that notification of health sub centre at Chadoli would be issued and would be made functional soon.
The chief minister announced to open a veterinary dispensary at Sukrail. He also announced two trades of plumber and motor mechanic at ITI, Bangana, to facilitate the youth, adding that 40 hand pumps would be installed in Kutlehar constituency.
Virbhadra announced to start commerce classes at Government Senior Secondary Schools in Budan and Boul and upgradation of three high schools to senior secondary schools, two middle schools to high school and three primary schools to high schools in the area.
Earlier, the chief minister laid foundation stone of Primary Health Centre at Raipur that is to be constructed at a cost of `30 lakh. He also inaugurated an outdoor stadium at Government Senior Secondary School, Thanakalan, which will be constructed at a cost of `25 lakh and additional accommodation of school that is to be completed at a cost of `97 lakh.
First Published: Jan 22, 2015 22:26 IST