CM reviewed development works in assembly constituencies of Chamoli and Rudraprayag districts, but due to technical fault in the NIC, review of Rudraprayag and Tharali assembly constituencies to be held on separate date

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IEP Dehradun

Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat reviewed the development works in assembly constituencies of Chamoli and Rudraprayag districts through video conferencing at Secretariat on Friday. Mainly the implementation of the Chief Ministers’ announcements was reviewed.

In the meeting, Cabinet Minister Madan Kaushik, Prakash Pant, MLA Mahendra Bhatt, Surendra Singh Negi, Manoj Rawat, additional chief Secretary Om Prakash, Radha Raturi, senior officials of the government, dstrict magistrate at district headquarters and district level officers were present.

After the meeting, giving information to the media, cabinet minister Madan Kaushik said that review of the assembly constituencies of Badrinath, Karnprayag and Kedarnath was done. Due to technical fault in the NIC, review of Rudraprayag and Tharali assembly constituencies could not be done. Separate date will be announced for the review of these assembly constituencies.

He said that 24 announcements of Badrinath assembly constituency were reviewed. Out of which 2 have been completed and work on 19 is in progress and instructions were issued to take immediate action on the remaining. In the Karnprayag assembly constituency, out of the total announcements made, work on 20 is in progress and instructions have been issued to soon start work on the remaining. In Kedarnath assembly constituency, work on 7 announcements is under progress. Earlier, in the meeting Chief Minister instructed the officers to complete the necessary formalities as soon as possible to complete the various development projects. He said that the implementation of the Chief Minister’s announcement should be expedited. Apart from this, in the above-mentioned assembly segments, the implementation various road, drinking water, parking, classroom construction in schools and other development schemes were reviewed in detail.

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