Admn to spend Rs 208.33 crore on Patiala's Chhoti Nadi, Badi Nadi revamp

Admn to spend Rs 208.33 crore on Patiala's Chhoti Nadi, Badi Nadi revamp

A 4.9-km stretch of Chhoti Nadi will be developed under the project in Patiala.

Tribune News Service

Patiala, October 23

The Chief Minister’s Office (CMO) during a meeting here today with officials of various departments in Patiala discussed revamp of projects of Chhoti Nadi and Badi Nadi along with the development of the heritage street.

Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh is set to reach the city on Sunday to start the construction of Maharaja Bhupinder Singh Punjab Sports University and lay the foundation stones of other projects at Sidhuwal village.

The officials said among other matters, the officials discussed the expenditure of Rs 208.33 crore on the revamp of Chhoti Nadi and Badi Nadi today.

They said the 4.9-km stretch of Chhoti Nadi and 8.3-km stretch of Badi Nadi would be developed under the project. The government had proposed to set up treatment plants for cleaning of water bodies.

MC Mayor Sanjeev Kumar Sharma said of the total amount, Rs 85.48 crore would be provided to the Drainage Department, Rs 101.63 crore to the Water Supply and Sewerage Department along with the remaining funds to the PDA and the PSPCL for their respective works as part of the whole project.

The state government is also going to name the Urban Estate, Phase 4 project of the PDA, Patiala, as Rajmata Mohinder Kaur, Urban Estate, Patiala.

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