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Vikas rally: Khattar gifts various development projects worth Rs 125 cr

Gurugram : Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Saturday gifted projects worth Rs 125 crore in the ‘Vikas’ rally held in Sohna assembly constituency.
During the rally, Mr Khattar laid the foundation stone of the mini secretariat for Tauru and Sohna which is being built at a cost of Rs 16 crore. He also inaugurated the Community Health Center and residential building at Tauru which will cost Rs 5.52 crore to built.
Similarly, the Chief Minister also approved the demand of increasing the capacity of the Civil Hospital, Sohna from 50 beds to 100 beds.
Speaking about the demand put forth by MLA Sanjay Singh, Mr Khattar said that a definite plan would be made by the Tourism Department to develop Damdama Lake as a tourist destination so that proper development of the area can be ensured.
He also approved the demand for a primary health centre at Damdama for which an amount of Rs 3.5 crore would be spent. The demand to name the school in Damdama village after Shaheed Raj Singh Khatana was also approved by the Chief Minister.
On the demand raised by the MLA, Mr Khattar said that a survey of 41 colonies of Sohna city would be conducted soon and they would be regularized on the basis of a feasibility report. He also approved the beautification work of Fawwara Chowk. Besides this, the construction of Pandit Deendayal Park in the Sohna assembly constituency was also approved. An amount of Rs 5 crore will be spent on the construction of this park.
Besides this, the Chief Minister also approved the demand for widening and improvement of seven roads and initiating the construction of two new roads by the Public Works Department, at an overall cost of Rs 33.5 crore.
He also accepted the demand for upgradation of four schools in Sohna, besides approving the demand of the Marketing Board to construct nine roads of 4 km length each, on which an amount of Rs 5 crore would be spent. The demand for a stadium on 6.5 acres of land in village Sarmathala was also approved. Similarly, if 6.5 acres of land is made available in village Gwal Pahadi, a sports stadium will be built there as well, he said.
Mr Khattar said that community buildings would be constructed at six places in Sohna on which an amount of Rs 10 crore would be spent. Similarly, eight roads would also be constructed from HRDF at a cost of Rs 10 crore.
The project to build seven check dams for mountain water in Sohna assembly constituency was also approved by the Chief Minister on which an amount of Rs 2 crore would be spent. In total, projects worth Rs 125 crore were approved by the Chief Minister in the rally.

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