Moga: The SAD-BJP combine will form thegovernment for third consecutive term in Punjab, Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal said today, as he spelled out a blue print for Rs 40,000 crore smart villages project.
He said the project includes concreting of streets, installation of solar lights and other infrastructure development projects which will be completed in coming five years.
He said that smart village project will be launched from Rode village in Moga district which will have all ultra modern facilities.
Sukhbir said that SAD-BJP combine will go to the public with the agenda of development and expressed hope to form government for third consecutive term.
Touching the developmental aspect, he said that apart from making Punjab a power surplus state, the road network has also been fully strengthened and transformed.
He said that most of the developmental and welfare measures in the state was held under the leadership of Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal.
Taking on Congress, he said that Punjab Congress chief Amarinder Singh cannot spell out even a single development oriented measure during his tenure as Chief Minister from 2002 to 2007.
He said that in October a free medicine and skill centers would be operationalised and every year, nearly 1 lakh youth would be imparted skill development training to enhance their employability.
Branding Congress and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) as “anti-Punjab”, he said that these parties are deliberately defaming Punjab. PTI
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