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Haryana CM reiterates govt’s commitment of ‘Sabka Vikas’ lays foundation stones of projects worth Rs. 1,411 crore

Chandigarh March 21: Haryana Chief Minister, Sh. Manohar Lal while once again reiterating state government’s commitment  of ‘Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas’  went on an inauguration spree and dedicated various development projects  worth Rs. 1411 crore including Education, Health, Sports, Strengthening Road Connectivity,  Water, Power etc to the people of the State.

The Chief Minister during a state level programme held through video conferencing from Chandigarh today inaugurated and laid foundation stones of as many as 163 projects in 22 districts. This includes inauguration of 80 projects worth Rs. 475 crore and laying foundation stones of 83 projects worth Rs. 935 crore.

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By dedicating various projects amounting to crores time and again the Chief Minister has restated his belief of ensuring equitable development of the state thereby taking Haryana swiftly on the  development track.

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