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Shimla –India News Front , Nov 12 :

Himachal   Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur inaugurated and laid foundation stones of developmental projects worth Rs. 113.45 crore in Dalhousie Vidhan Sabha area of Chamba district today during his one day tour to the constituency.

          Chief Minister inaugurated Bassa to Nadal road constructed at a cost of Rs. 8.58 crore under PMGSY, link road from Samah to Hadila, stage-II built at a cost of Rs. 2.86 crore under PMGSY, link road from Jawnas to Bhasua constructed by spending Rs. 7.01 crore, 30 meters span double lane bridge over Salandri Nallah on Bathri Sundla Langera J & K boundary road constructed at a cost of Rs. 3.62 crore, 25 meters span double lane bridge over Gharat nallah on Bathri Sundla Langera J&K boundary road constructed at a cost of Rs. 2.85 crore, 40 meters span double lane bridge over Rollah nallah on Bathri Sundla Langera J&K boundary road built at a cost of Rs. 4.07 crore, helipad at Kundi (Salooni) constructed at a cost of Rs. one crore and construction of additional block for level III PHC building at Sundal to be completed by spending an amount of Rs 1 crore.

          Jai Ram Thakur laid foundation stones of upgradation of Bassa to Nadal road to be done at a cost of Rs. 9.11 crore, Ani Near to Salooni road to be constructed at a cost of Rs. 5.19 crore, near Telka to Thaloga road to be built a cost of Rs. 5.30 crore, Chakoli to Andwas road to be constructed by spending Rs. 9.64 crore, Chakoli to Dhalla road to be built with an outlay of Rs.8.06 crore, Jawans to Bhasua road, batch-II to be constructed at a cost of Rs. 5.88 crore, Rs. 7.52 crore Government ITI building at Lachori in tehsil Salooni, rupees one crore Government Sub Treasury building at Bhalei in tehsil Salooni and Rs. 10.83 crore 50 bedded Civil Hospital, Salooni.

          Chief Minister also performed foundation stone laying ceremonies of Lift Irrigation Scheme at Sherpur to be constructed at a cost of Rs.1.56 crore, Lift Water Supply Scheme to drought affected habitations in various gram panchayats Brangal, Bhalei, Wangal, Ohra, Simmi and Kaned of tehsil Salooni to be built by spending Rs. 11.64 crore, source level augmentation of drought affected water supply schemes in gram panchayats Moura, Badka, Darekri and Seri of tehsil Salooni to be constructed with an outlay of Rs. 1.98 crore, Rs. 3.47 crore road from Manola Rest House to Mandhiar to be constructed under PMGSY, Stage-II and Rs. 1.11 crore 15 meters span bridge over Bhidroh Nallah on Kainthly Bhidroh road.   

          While addressing a public meeting at Padhar Ground, Banikhet, Chief Minister said that the State Government was ensuring that the pace of development goes uninterrupted irrespective of the fact whether the constituency has elected MLA of ruling party or of opposition. He said that the Dalhousie area has an immense tourism potential and Government was ensuring that this potential was fully harnessed.