CM announces IPH Sub-Division and Pharmacy college at Sulah
Dharmshala----Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur announced up-gradation of Primary Health Centres of Sulah and Bachwai to Community Health Centres (CHCs) and Dheera sub-tehsil to tehsil besides opening of Irrigation and Public Health Sub-Division at Sulah. He was addressing the people of Sulah Assembly constituency of Kangra district from New Delhi through video conference as he could not reach to his proposed visit to Sulah due to bad weather on Wednesday.
The Chief Minister said that a full-fledge ITI would be opened at Garh Jamula soon as at present there were only four trades in this ITI but efforts would be made to start more trades soon.
He announced Pharmacy College for Sulah and opening of sub-tehsil at Sulah. He also announced Rs. 10 lakh each for Guru Ravidas Mandir, Bhawarna and Gugga Mandir, Dalera.
Jai Ram Thakur said that the Nation was rock solid behind Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the country was capable to give befitting reply to Pakistan. He said that the strong Central leadership has exposed the misdeeds of Pakistan and it has been isolated in the world community.
He announced Rs. 50 lakh for improvement of various roads of the area.
Food and Civil Supplies Minister Kishan Kapoor and Urban Development Minister Sarveen Chaudhary laid foundation stones and dedicated developmental projects worth Rs. 77 crore in Sulah Assembly constituency on behalf of the Chief Minister.
They also laid foundation stone of 33KV Sub Centre Nagni to be set up at a cost of about Rs. 4.98 crore. This 33KV Sub Centre will benefit about 35,000 people of 27 villages of 10 panchayats.
The Ministers also laid foundation stone of water supply scheme for several villages of Sulah constituency constructed at a cost of Rs.32 crore. They laid foundation stone of span double lane bridge across Moul Khud on Hamirpur-Sujanpur-Thural-Maranda road to be constructed at a cost of Rs.12.75 crore and of double lane span bridge over crossing No one over Sukad Khad on Hamirpur-Sujanpur-Thural-Maranda road to be constructed at a cost of Rs. 2.16 crore.
They laid foundation stone of additional accommodation in newly upgraded 50 bedded hospital at Bhawarna to be constructed at a cost of Rs.24 crore and dedicated newly created PWD division office at Bhawarna.
Health Minister Vipin Parmar, who was with the Chief Minister at New Delhi raised various developmental demands of the area. He thanked the Chief Minister for announcing various developmental projects for his constituency.
MLA Mulkh Raj inaugurated Palampur by pass bridge on behalf of the Chief Minister constructed by spending Rs. 7.08 crore.
MLA Arun Thakur, Reeta Dhiman, Ravinder Dhiman, Arun Mehra were also present on the occasion.