The Fact News Service
Chandigarh, November 17
The Punjab government led by Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann is continuously working to provide basic facilities and clean environment to the people of the state. Taking another step forward in this direction, Local Government Minister Dr.Inderbir Singh Nijjar said that the Punjab government has decided to spend Approximately Rs.11.65 crores for development works related to water supply and sewerage at Patiala and Fatehgarh Sahib in Samana, Bhadson and Mandi Gobindgarh. The department has started the tender process for these works.
Diviluing more details , Local Government Minister Dr. Inderbir Singh Nijjar said that the Punjab Water Supply and Sewerage Board will be spend Rs 5.98 crores for laying a new sewerage line from the main road Patran to the sewerage treatment plant in Samana of Patiala and all also other works related to sewerage will be done. Similarly, approximately Rs.1.44 crore will be spent on Providing and Laying sewerage and other related works at Bhadson.
Dr. Nijjar said that apart from this, Rs. 4.23 Crores will also be spent at Mandi Gobindgarh of Fatehgarh Sahib for sewerage-related works and Providing and Laying of different sizes of water supply lines and all the works related to water supply and Sewerage will be done.
He also said that apart from this, Local Government Department has also published e-tenders for many other works related to water supply and sewerage. Through these tenders, rates have been sought for carrying out various works.
The Cabinet Minister said that the Punjab government led by Bhagwant Mann is trying hard to provide basic facilities and clean environment to the people of the state so that the life of the common people of the state can be easy and healthy.
He further said that local government department has already e-published tenders for these works on the website www.eproc.punjab.gov.in. If any amendment is made in these tenders, the details thereof will also be available on this website.
The Cabinet Minister also said that the state government wants to provide corruption-free administration to the people of the state. He has directed the officials of the Water Supply and Sewerage Board to ensure transparency and quality in these works.