Works worth Rs 9 cr get MC nod

Works worth Rs 9 cr get MC nod

The F&CC meeting in progress at Bathinda on Tuesday. Tribune Photo

Tribune News Service

Bathinda, February 25

The Finance and Contract Committee (F&CC) of the civic body on Tuesday gave its nod to development works worth around Rs9 crore.

During an F&CC meeting, Mayor Balwant Rai Nath, Senior Deputy Mayor Tarsem Goyal, Deputy Mayor Gurinderpal Kaur Mangat, councillors Nirmal Singh Sandhu and Harmander Singh, MC Commissioner Bikramjit Singh Shergill, SE Sandeep Gupta, XENs Kishore Bansal and Davinder Jaura were present.

Except proposals for purchasing tree guards worth Rs45 lakh and saplings at a cost of Rs18 lakh, as many as 70 agenda items worth Rs9.18 crore were approved.

Proposals for laying premix on roads, installing interlocking tiles, renovation of parks, construction of a dharamshala, toilet blocks and memorial gate and beautification of parks were approved.

Besides, works on constructing a metal road in Bank Colony, a toilet block near Bakshi Hospital, laying premix in streets of ward no. 20, installing interlocking tiles in ward no. 45, beautification of Maharaja Agrasen Park, installing LED lights in Balraj Nagar and laying premix on the stretch from Mehna Basti to Badal Road were approved.

At the meeting, proposals for installing interlocking tiles in the Civil Lines and Ajit Road areas, constructing a drain in the Power House Road area, a dispensary in ward no. 1 and a shed in park no. 4, renovation of a toilet block near Bhana Mall Trust and repair of Shaheed Jarnail Singh park were approved.


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