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Punjab pays attention to development of world class infrastructure

Posted on Nov 04, 07:30PM | UNI

Punjab PWD Minister Sharanjit Singh Dhillon today said that the state government was paying extraordinary keen attention to the development of world class infrastructure by creating 4/6 lane road networks and constructing state-of-the-art building infrastructure in the state.

Under this ambitious program of state government, he said, the construction of five government polytechnics would be completed by March next year while the construction of multi storey parking at Ludhiana and residential complex on Dugri Road was on advanced stage of completion.

Informing about the status of under construction 26 Community Health Centers, Mr Dhillon said that these projects would be completed well in-time as the construction was on full pace and the 90 per cent construction had been completed by the building construction wing of the PWD.

He said that these state-of-the-art buildings were on advanced stage of completion with a total cost of Rs 130 crores at Baleanwali, Bathinda, Chowk Mehta and Verka, Amritsar, Mehal Kalan in Barnala, Khera and Chanarthal Kalan in Fatehgarh Sahib District, Makhu and Wahawala in Ferozepur, Purana Shalla, Naushehra Majja Singh and Dhaliwal in Gurdaspur District, Benewal and Harta Badla in Hoshiarpur district, Hathoor and Koom Kalan in Ludhiana District, Kasal and Chabbal in Tarn Taran, Bariwala in Muktsar Sahib, Doodhan Sadhan in Patiala District, Bharatgarh in Roop Nagar district, Bareta in Mansa district, Bajakhana and Sadiq in Faridkot, Sherpur in Sangrur, Lalru in SAS Nagar, Dirba in Sangrur and added that within five months the remaining constructions would be completed.

He said that five hi-tech buildings of government polytechnic colleges were on advanced stage of completion at Amritsar, Batala, Hoshiarpur, Khooni Majra and government work center at Rajpura and Patiala.

He said that 95 per cent constructions of these projects had been completed whereas the remaining five per cent work would be completed in next two months.