Goraya MC acquires land for sewage treatment plant

Tribune News Service

Jalandhar, October 14

Former Punjab Youth Congress president and Phillaur Assembly constituency in-charge Vikramjit Singh Chaudhary said that the land for setting up a sewage treatment plant (STP) in Boparai village had been acquired and the work would begin soon.

The land has been acquired by the Municipal Council, Goraya, at a cost of Rs80 lakh. An amount of Rs3.91 crore has been released by the state government for installation of the STP, he said.

Vikramjit said to provide better sewerage and waste disposal infrastructure to keep pace with the growing demands of the population, a new STP is being constructed in Boparai village.

Tehsildar Tapan Bhanot, Goraya Municipal Council president Kamaldeep Singh Bittu, Market Committee Chairman Dara Singh Rai, BDPO Rampal Rana, EO Randhir Singh, Goraya city Congress president Manish Jain, vice president Sanjay Atwal, Rurka Kalan block Congress president Rakesh Duggal, senior Congress leader Ram Lubhaya Punj, Municipal Councillors Jiwan Das, Rajeev Punj, Anil Joshi, Shakti Joshi and Harjiwan Jain were among those present on the occasion.

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