Punjabenews: The Punjab government led by Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann is making all-out efforts to provide basic facilities, clean and pollution-free environment to the residents of the state. Under this series, development works are being conducted across the state by the Punjab government.
Giving more details, Local Government Minister Dr. Inderbir Singh Nijjar said that the Punjab government has decided to spend around Rs 16 crore on development works for the beautification of Amritsar city.
Cabinet Minister said that Rs 15 Crore will be spent for re-conditioning and development of GT Road from India Gate to the railway station. Apart from this, About Rs 48 lakhs will be spent on painting of bridges (second attempt) with cement based paint for beautification.
He further said that about Rs 25 lakh and Rs 49 lakh will be spent for repair of Footpath in Kabir Park Extension Scheme and supply/construction of road safety signs and features (second attempt) respectively.
He said that about Rs 49 lakh will be spent for repair and painting (second attempt) of centre verges,Kerb stones, street light poles and gantries etc.
He said that the local government department has started the office process for these works. He also said that big population of Amritsar city will benefit from these development works.
Minister said that providing basic facilities and clean environment to the people of the state is the top priority of the Mann government.
He instructed the officers of the department to ensure transparency and quality in the development works.