Moga, October 24
With the onset of Rs 11000 crores Punjab urban environment improvement program, currently in 2nd phase, we have taken leap in sustainable growth of the cities
Under the first phase already work worth Rs 3013 crores have been done and under the second phase now Rs 8283 crores will be done.
Chief minister of Punjab Captain Amrinder Singh said while virtually inaugurated the onset of 2nd phase of this development program.
Deputy Commissioner Mr Sandeep Hans graced the occasion as the Chief Guest at the district level function held at the meeting hall of the local District Administrative Complex. Zilla Parishad Moga Chairman Mr Inderjit Singh Talwandi Bhangerian, District Congress President Mr Mahesh Inder Singh Nihal Singh Wala, Sub Divisional Magistrate Moga Mr Satwant Singh, District Public Relations Officer Mr Prabhdeep Singh Nathowal and some locals were also present on the occasion.
Disclosing this here today Deputy Commissioner Mr Hans said that under this program a total of Rs. 11000 crore development works are being carried out in the state out of which Rs. 3000 crore works have been completed while Rs. 8000 crore work in progress is also in full swing. Under this program, sewage treatment plants are being set up in the cities, with an emphasis on providing an uninterrupted supply of drinking water. Similarly LED lights are being installed and solid waste management is being further strengthened.
Mr Hans said that under this program Rs. 26 crores would be spent in district Moga, under which Rs. 12 crores would be given to Moga, Rs. 5 crores to Baghapurana, Rs. 4.20 crore to Dharamkot, Rs. 1.40 crore each to Fatehgarh Panjtoor and Kot Ise Khan and Rs. 1-1 crore to Nihal Singh Wala and Badhni for development.
Mr Hans said that as Punjab was coming out of the Corona pandemic, the development work in the state was also gaining momentum. He appealed to the people of the city to co-operate in making the Mission Fateh launched by the Punjab Government a success and in carrying out the development works in a proper manner.