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Minister Jaivardhan Singh performs Bhoomi Poojan of Road from Sonagiri to Bypass

Monday - February 4, 2019 2:01 am , Category : BHOPAL

Four lane road to be constructed at a cost of Rs. 5 crore 25 lakh 

Bhopal: Minister for Urban and Housing Jaivardhan Singh performed bhoomi poojan of four lane road to be constructed under the Master Plan from Sonagiri via Rajat Nagar to Ayodhya Bypass. The road will be constructed at a cost of Rs. 5 crore 25 lakh.

Minister Jaivardhan Singh said that besides constructing a smart road, problems of water, road and sewage of the ward will be resolved soon. He mentioned that quality in works is our priority. Singh stated that success is sure, if we learn more and more from the working style of the Former Chief Minister Babulal Gaur. He said that the door of his house and office is always opened to redress any kind of problem.

Yuva Swabhiman Yojana
Moreover, Singh has informed that Yuva Swabhiman Yojana is being implemented in the state. Employment of 100 days will be ensured for urban youth aged between 21 and 30 under the scheme. He mentioned that basic amenities in all the urban bodies will be developed on priority.

The Former Chief Minister Babulal Gour said that this is public programme. He mentioned that metro rail should be started soon in the city. He stated that approximately 2 crore 50 lakh people reside in cities and the responsibility to ensure facilities to them lies with the urban development and housing department. Member of Legislative Assembly Krishna Gour informed about the local problems. The Former MP Sandeep Dixit and Former President of Municipal Corporation of Bhopal Kaliash Mishra also expressed their views. The Corporator Girish Sharma highlighted the problems of the ward.-Window To News