CM inaugurates developmental projects Kangra’s Indora


Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur, after inaugurating and laying foundation stones of 13 developmental projects worth about Rs 161 crore at Indora  in Kangra today,  addressed a mammoth gathering at Indora.

He announced the opening of Fire Sub Station at Indora, PHC  at Sugh Bhatoli, upgradation of PHC Badukhar to CHC, opening of ayurvedic dispensaries at Saniyal and Surajpur, upgradation of Government Primary School Badukhar to Government Middle School, upgradation of Government Middle School Rajakhasa to Government High School, upgradation of Government High Schools Gagwal and Sahauda to Government Senior Secondary Schools, starting of two new trades in Government ITI Gangath, upgradation of veterinary hospital Indora to Polyclinic and upgradation of veterinary dispensary Kandrori to veterinary hospital.

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Jai Ram Thakur announced that veterinary dispensary at Gheta would be upgraded as Mukhya Mantri Aarogya Pashu Aushdhalya. He also announced Rs 10 lakh each for five roads of the area, Rs 15 lakh for construction of bridge in the area, starting of chemistry classes in Government Degree College Indora, starting of commerce classes in Government Senior Secondary School, Mangwal and science classes in Government Senior Secondary School Indora and Rs. 20 lakh for playground at Surdava, He said that efforts would be made to provide Sugar Mill in the area.

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Chief Minister said that Rs. 161 crore developmental projects dedicated and foundation stones of which were laid today would go a long way in making Indora Vidhan Sabha area a most developed area of the state.

Jai Ram Thakur said that the opposition even did no shy away in politicising this sensitive issue and termed it as BJP vaccine. He said that the same leaders later got themselves vaccinated to save themselves from Covid.

Chief Minister said that Congress remained in power for long in the State, but they did nothing new to ensure welfare of the weaker sections of the society.