Addressing a huge gathering on the inauguration of new District Administrative Complex (DAC) constructed at a cost of Rs 110.57 crore, the Deputy Chief Minister said that the reforms undertaken by the SAD-BJP government have changed people’s lives for the better as now they can avail 249 citizen-centric services under one roof at 389 sewa kendars in urban areas whereas the rural areas would also see these kendars being commencing operations shortly which would take the number of sewa kendars to around 3000.
He also said that such progressive agenda has only been pursued and policies implemented by SAD-BJP government under the leadership of Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal.Coming to the emergence of Mohali as the hub of all things developmental, the Deputy Chief Minister said that the International Airport at Mohali would witness the grand spectacle of starting of international flights from September 15 which would give further boost to trade and commerce in the region.
Divulging more, Badal said that in the coming five years, Rs 2,500 crore would be spent on the overall development of Mohali which is already on the road to become economic hub of Punjab through Edu city, IT city, Medi city and the advent of Infosys. Elaborating more, he said that earlier Mohali used to be ranked third in the tricity but with these feathers in its cap, Mohali has become number one in the entire tricity.
Touching the aspect of road infrastructure, the Deputy Chief Minister said that the work on Chandigarh-Ludhiana 6 lane road and Ropar-Jalandhar road would begin soon. He also reiterated that SAD-BJP government would always continue to strive for the betterment and welfare of the people of Punjab as part of its holy commitment with them.
Mohali on numero uno spot owing to rapid development in IT and Aviation Sector
International flights from Mohali International Airport from September 15 to bring city on world map
In next 5 years, Rs 2,500 crore to be spent on development of Mohali
Punjab Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal speaking at the inauguration of the District Administrative Complex at SAS Nagar on Thursday
‘2017 polls to see SAD-BJP alliance emerging victorious
Sardulgarh (Mansa): Punjab Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal on Thursday said that the way political wind is blowing in favour of SAD in Punjab, it is clear that the SAD-BJP government would emerge victorious at minimum of 95 seats. Addressing an impressive rally after laying the foundation stone of widening of Barnala-Mansa-Sardulgarh-Sirsa road at a cost of Rs 71.73 crore, Badal said that the lifestyle of the people of Punjab has gone several notches up due to the spate of development centric projects executed in the state by SAD-BJP government.
Launching scathing attack on AAP and Arvind Kejriwal, the Deputy Chief Minister said that the whole political structure of AAP is centered on lies and deceit which deserves to be rejected by the people of Punjab. Taking a dig at AAP leader Bhagwant Mann, the Deputy Chief Minister said that jokes don’t fetch votes and also that for pnce people of Punjab fell into the net of AAP during lok sabha polls but not anymore.
‘State to soon have 200 skill centres’
Maur (Bathinda): Punjab Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal on Thursday said that the state government is going to operationalise 200 skill centres at block level in the coming one and a half month time span. These will help train the youth in different professional trades and help them earn their livelihood through self employment.
Addressing a large gathering at Old Dana Mandi here before laying foundation stone of development projects worth more than Rs 200 crore in Maur assembly constituency along with Public Works Minister Janmeja Singh Sekhon, the Deputy Chief Minister said that the state government will also provide financial help to the youth establishing their own enterprise. He further said that the SAD-BJP government has prepared a master plan to put in place a world class infrastructure in the rural areas under which 100 per cent basic infrastructural amenities would be provided to the people in 12,000 villages at a cost of Rs 30,000 crore. He also said that amenities will include clean drinking water supply, sewerage and water supply, sewerage treatment plant, construction of streets
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