IEP CHANDIGARH JULY 17, 2022
Haryana Deputy Chief Minister, Sh. Dushyant Chautala said that the government will achieve the target of setting up one medical college in every district within the stipulated time. Haryana Government is determined to provide better medical facilities to the citizens. The medical college being built in Koriyawas village of Mahendragarh district will prove to be a lifeline for many districts of Haryana and Rajasthan as well.
Sh. Dushyant Chautala said this while interacting with the mediapersons after inspecting the under-construction building of medical college at Koriyawas village near Narnaul on Saturday.
He said that the construction of the building of this medical college, which is being built on 80 acres at a cost of Rs. 800 crore, will be completed by the end of this year. He said that OPD and classes will start here from the next academic session.
He said that the road leading from Narnaul bypass to Koriyawas will be widened by 10 meters so that no inconvenience is faced by the commuters. He said that the construction work of four medical colleges in Haryana will be completed within the next one year. Admissions will be started in the stipulated time in the medical colleges being set up in Narnaul’s Koriyawas, Jind, Karnal and Bhiwani.
Foundation stone laid for the construction and improvement of 8 roads to be built at a cost of Rs. 25.92 crore
Haryana Deputy Chief Minister, Sh. Dushyant Chautala laid the foundation stone for the construction and improvement of eight roads to be constructed at a cost of about Rs. 25.92 crore under the Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana from the Mini Secretariat, Narnaul.
The Deputy Chief Minister said that the Haryana government is increasing the infrastructural facilities in the state. Roads are the axis of development of any country and state. New national highways and state highways are being constructed in the state. Apart from this, expansion and widening of main roads are also being done. The Multipurpose Logistics Hub being built near Narnaul will prove to be a milestone for this region and the state.
Sh. Chautala laid the foundation stone of Sigdi to Khedi road which is built at a cost of about Rs. 413.74 lakh, road from Sundarah to Manpura road to be constructed at a cost of about Rs. 336.30 lakh, and Bewal to Khairana Kanina Ateli road at a cost of about Rs. 179.25 lakh. Similarly, foundation stone was laid for National Highway 148B to National Highway 148B road at a cost of about Rs. 743.44 lakh, Balana to Sohla road widening and strengthening at a cost of about Rs. 187.25 lakh. Similarly, foundation stone was laid for construction of Rampur Nangal Chaudhary to Dhauleda road at a cost of about Rs. 203.16 lakh, Nizampur Khetri road to Bamanwas road at a cost of about Rs. 256.67 lakh and Satnali to Nawa road at a cost of about Rs. 272.27 lakh.