Chief Minister Shri Virbhadra Singh on second day of his visit to Solan
district today inaugurated and performed Foundation stone laying ceremonies
of projects worth Rs 24 crore. He laid foundation stone for augmentation of
multipurpose Agriculture Produce Management block to be constructed with an
outlay of Rs 10 crore at Parwanoo and also laid foundation stone of
augmentation of Drinking Water Supply Scheme at Parwanoo under Urban
Infrastructure Development Scheme for Small and Medium Towns to be
constructed with an outlay of Rs. 7.27 crore. The scheme would benefit
Chief Minister also inaugurated Car parking at Parwanoo constructed at a
cost of Rs. 48 lakh and will have parking facility for 70 small vehicles,
besides laying foundation stone of Community Hall at Parwanoo to be
completed at cost of Rs 32 Lakh. The Chief Minister also flagged off
Mudrika bus for industrial area around Parwanoo and two buses from Parwanoo
to Bhojnagar. He inaugurated Agriculture Produce Marketing Yard completed
at a cost of Rs 1.32 crore on outskirts of Parwanoo.
Chief Minister laid foundation stone of Science Block in Government Senior
Secondary School, Bhojnagar to be completed with an estimated cost of Rs.
82.37 lakh. He also inaugurated Community Health Centre building Dharampur
constructed at a cost of Rs. 1.21 crore.
Earlier, the Chief Minister while addressing a public meeting at Parwanoo
announced Tipra Village to be taken out of TCP area and connecting it by a
link road from sector-1 at Parwanoo.
He said that he was pleased to dedicate various development schemes to the
residents of Parwanoo and its suburbs. “ I have received a complaint that
the water rates being taken from the residents in Parwanoo were higher and
I assure that the residents of the town will now get the water on
prevailing rates of IPH”, said the Chief Minister.
He said that Parwanoo was a Gateway to the State and I promise that it
would be developed as a big commercial centre in times to come and
Government will take appropriate steps to give a face-lift to the town. He
said that Parwanoo would be developed as a commercial township. He remarked
that two more bore-wells would be set up in sector 4 and 5 in the town and
sanctioned Rs 1.65 crore for Parwanoo--Naryal Road.
Referring to the APMC yard he inaugurated, the Chief Minister said that
this will give an appropriate platform to the horticulturists and farmers
of the State for storing and marketing their produce.