Patiala, December 1
Minister of Information and Public Relations, Punjab, Chetan Singh Jauramajra, has announced the government’s decision to set up a bus terminus with a cost of approximately Rs 6 crore for residents of Samana and villages in the area. Jauramajra said Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann has approved a grant to fulfil the long-standing demand of the residents of Samana.
Jauramajra visited the old bus terminal in Samana, where the new terminal is planned to be constructed. He said a tender has been issued for the construction of a modern bus terminal across two acres. He added the roof of the new terminal will have solar panels and technology for rainwater harvesting will also be implemented. — TNS
To cost Rs 6 crore
New terminal will cost Rs 6 crore approximately and will be spread on 2 acres of land. The roof of the new terminal will have solar panels. A technology for rainwater harvesting will also be implemented at the site.
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