CM reiterates his Government resolve for speedy development
State Government would
provide 90 percent subsidy for construction of bamboo based poly
houses to BPL families under Pandit Deen Dayal Kisan Baagwan Samridhi
Yojna from next financial year. This was stated by Prof. Prem Kumar
Dhumal, Chief Minister while addressing a mammoth public meeting at
Bassi-Bhoranj in Mewa assembly segment of district Hamirpur after
performing foundation stone laying ceremony of of various development
projects worth about Rs. 15 crore at different places today. These
included construction of Mini Secretariat for Bhoranj Sub Division at
Bhoranj estimated to cost Rs. 10,00,97,000 where all Sub Division level
offices would be housed under one roof to facilitate people with
efficient administrative services at the Sub Divisional headquarter and
completed in two years. Rs. 1.50 crore would be spent over construction
of Cattle Feed Plant at Bhor, Bhalwani where quality annual cattle feed
of 60,000 quintals would be produced and also generate employment and
self employment avenues to about 50,000 rural youth and dairy farmers.
A modern agricultural marketing yard would be constructed at Jahu at a cost of Rs. 1.50 crore and facilitate local farmers to sell their produce at remunerative prices to the traders at their door steps thereby strengthening the farm economy in the area, Bhoranj, Sarkaghat and Ghumarwin, Sub Divisions.
Foundation stone of motorable bridge over Samlog khad at Badiana which shall cost Rs. 131.74 lakhs and benefit residents of Bassi, Khatarwar, Badyana and Manoh villages with round the year connectivity facilities.
Foundation stone of PHC building at Jahu which was likely to cost Rs. 42,78,000 which would also benefit residents of adjoining areas of district Mandi and Bilaspur districts as well.
Chief Minister said that the veterinary dispensaries would be opened in the left out gram panchayats where accommodation for the same would be made available by the local gram panchayat on priority. He said that the State Government would also consider re-employment of the retired veterinary pharmacists to man the new animal care centres. He said that such basic infrastructure would be instrumental in adopting dairy farming on income generating avocation to the rural masses.
Prof. Dhumal said that no nation could progress without prospering its rural areas. He said that with the rural empowerment the national economy would automatically progress. He said that State Government was focussing all its major policies and programmes aimed at speedy rural empowerment. He said that State Government had dedicated various such schemes to the great visionary leader Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhayaya. He always advocated for rural