The Fact News Service
Chandigarh, November 10
The Punjab government led by Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann is striving to provide basic facilities and a clean environment to the people of the state. Working in this direction, Rs.127.99 crore are being spent by the Punjab government to provide sewerage facility for Batala town.
Local Government Minister Dr. Inderbir Singh Nijjar reviewed the work of the project and directed the officials of Punjab Water Supply and Sewerage Board to complete this work within the stipulated time.
Giving more information in this regard, Dr. Nijjar said that almost 160 kms area of Batala town will be covered under sewerage network. Apart from this, sewerage treatment plant with a capacity of 30 MLD and the main pumping station will also be covered under this project. He said that under this project, the large population of Batala town will get benefit of the sewerage system.
The cabinet minister said that Main Dera Baba Nanak Road, Maan Nagar, Dumbiwal, Hassanpura, Punder, Murgi Mohalla, Shukarpura, Sunder Nagar, Main Aliwal Road, Katchakot Telianwal, Jujhar Nagar, Jawahar Nagar, Khatib, Allowal Village, Amritsar Road, Dhir Road, Jalandhar Byepass Road will be covered. Apart from this, Adjoining areas of Armaan Resort, Malawey Di Kothi, Bodey Di Khuee, Main Jalandhar Road, Navroop Nagar, Narayan Nagar, Backside of Guru Nanak College, backside of Guru Nanak Academy, Sri Hargobindpur Road, Along Kahnuwan Road Areas, Jharianwal, Prem Nagar, Shanti Nagar, Basant Nagar, Preet Nagar, Model Town, Kala Nangle Road, Dashmesh Nagar, Kartar Nagar etc. areas will be covered under batala town sewerage project.
The Minister said that the Punjab government led by Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann is committed to provide corruption-free administration to the people of the state. Therefore, they have given instructions to the officials to ensure transparency in the work and to complete the work within the stipulated time.