Tribune News Service
Shimla, June 29
Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur laid the foundation stones of development projects worth Rs 70 crore in Pangi area of Chamba district from Shimla today through video conferencing.
The foundation stones laid included the upgrade of Dhawars-Sural-Bhatori road to be completed at a cost of Rs. 12.35 crore, 24-km Sach Khas- Towan road to be completed with an expenditure of Rs 16.02 crore and a link road from Saichu to Chasak village to cost Rs 2.25 crore.
He also laid foundation stone of additional accommodation at Government Senior Secondary School, Killar, Revenue Bhawan at Killar, new building of Civil Hospital, Killar to be completed with an outlay of Rs 18.89 crore and of doctors’ residences at Killar.
The Chief Minister said that these developmental projects would prove a boon to the people of Pangi area.
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