The Fact News Service
Chandigarh, May 1
Local Government Minister Dr Inderbir Singh Nijjar announced today that the Punjab government, led by Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann, will spend Rs 2.53 crore on the beautification of Nagar Panchayat Bhai Rupa in Bathinda. The project aims to rejuvenate and enhance the overall aesthetics of the area.
Giving more information, Local Government Minister Dr Inderbir Singh said that, As part of the project, the government will be undertaking the rejuvenation of several ponds in the area. The pond near Dera khooh wala will be rejuvenated at a cost of Rs 54.71 lakh, while the pond near Viswkarma mandir will be rejuvenated at a cost of Rs 51.99 lakh. The pond near Gurdwara mansrover will be rejuvenated at a cost of Rs 32.59 lakh, while the pond at kale bagh road (UPPB-12) will be rejuvenated at a cost of Rs 47.32 lakh. The Namdhari pond (UPPB-09) will also be rejuvenated at a cost of Rs 63.31 lakh.
In addition to the rejuvenation of ponds, the government will also be constructing two in situ (screening cum grit chamber) in ward no -2 and ward no -5 at a cost of Rs 1.67 lakh each
Dr Nijjar further added that the beautification project will not only enhance the overall appearance of the area but also provide a more pleasant and enjoyable environment for residents and visitors alike. The project is expected to commence shortly, and the government aims to complete the work as soon as possible.