Shimla – Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh today dedicated Rs 173 crore Ghanvi Stage II (10 MW) Hydel Electric Power (HEP) Project to the people at Ghanvi in Pandra Beesh area of Rampur Tehsil which would benefit the state by generating revenue of rupees twelve crore annually and 56 million unit of power. The power so produced would be routed through the Northern Grid. He also visited the dam site, the intake reservoir, constructed by M/S Hydro Construction Power Company from where the water would be released in the power house of Ghanvi Stage-II project. While addressing gathering at Ghanvi, Chief Minister said Pandra Beesh area was the one of the area where all the development was due to the successive Congress Governments. The State Government had interlinked all the interiors area of the Pandra Beesh area with roads. He said that he himself had traversed the entire area and a road map was prepared to develop it and thereafter the focus was on developing this belt and providing it connectivity with roads. He said that the need was to preserve our environs and the natural wealth of the State. The government was endeavoured to provide best of education and health services to the people of the State. He said that a Community Health Centre will be constructed at Ghanvi instead of Primary Health Centre as approved earlier and announced for redesigning the maps for converting PHC in CHC. He assured to fulfill all the demands of the people of the area.He also congratulated Man Singh Thakur who did construction works and developed the Ghanvi Stage II dam site and said that both the Ghanvi Stage I and stage II were now producing 32.5 MW of power in the State and congratulated the officers of the Board. Earlier, Chief Minister inaugurated Government Senior School Building at Jhakri constructed at a cost of Rs 70 Lakh by Sutlej Jal Vidyut Nigam Foundation. He also performed the foundation stone laying ceremony of the 22 KV interlinking Sub Station which will provide feeder wise power supply to Ghanvi and would benefit people of eight panchayats having population of around 36 thousand and performed foundation stone of sewerage line at Jhakri to be constructed at a cost of Rs. 10 crore. Chief Parliamentary Secretary Nand Lal welcomed the Chief Minister and also spoke on the occasion. MPP and Power Minister, Sujan Singh Pathania, President DCC Shimal Rural, KS Khachi, Principal Secretary MPP and Power and Chairman HPSEB Ltd SKBS Negi, Chairman Kailash Federation Brij Lal, MD HPSEB, PC Negi, Satish Verma President BCC Rampur, Pradhan Mahila Congress Chandra Prabha Negi, Deputy Commissioner Shimla, Dinesh Malhotra, SP DW Negi, Pradhans and Up pradhans of Pandhra Beesh area were also present on the occasion.