Rs 6-cr facelift for Mohali community centre

Tribune News Service

Mohali, July 27

The community centre at Phase 3B1 here will be reconstructed at a cost of Rs 6 crore, Mayor Amarjit Singh Jeeti Sidhu said here today.

The community centre, which has been in a dilapidated condition for the past many years, is being demolished to clear the way for a “new modern community centre”.

Sidhu said: “The construction of a new modern community centre – which will look like a marriage palace-cum-hotel – will be started immediately after the demolition of the old structure.”

He said the new building would be equipped with modern facilities. “Besides the basement, the new building will have two halls and rooms. The community centre will be fully air conditioned. There will also be a lift to the upper floor and a ramp for the disabled. The contract for the construction has already been awarded,” said Sidhu.

The Mayor said all the promises made by the newly-elected MC team to the people of Mohali were being fulfilled at a fast pace.

“It has been a short while since I took over the charge. But my team has been working day and night for the development of Mohali. At the same time, projects are being reviewed so that they can be completed in time,” he added.

Senior Deputy Mayor Amrik Singh Somal and Deputy Mayor Kuljit Singh Bedi were also present on the occasion.

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