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Himachal CM lays foundation stone of several upcoming projects

Addressing a gathering at Pooh, while on his daylong visit to the tribal Kinnaur, Thakur said the district was not only one of the biggest in the hill-state but strategically important as well.


Himachal CM lays foundation stone of several upcoming projects
While the stadium at Reckong Peo will be constructed at a cost of Rs 2.38 crore, a water supply scheme in Kalpa nearby will be completed at a cost of Rs 3.26 crore, officials said. (Image Credit: Twitter)

Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur Saturday laid the foundation stone of several upcoming projects including a mini stadium at Reckong Peo.

Addressing a gathering at Pooh, while on his daylong visit to the tribal Kinnaur, Thakur said the district was not only one of the biggest in the hill-state but strategically important as well.

This is why the state government is paying special attention to develop it, the CM said after laying the foundation stone of a lift irrigation scheme here to be constructed at a cost of Rs 5.73 crore.

Later he also presided over the closing ceremony of a four-day long state level Kinnaur Mahotsava-2018 at Reckong Peo.

While the stadium at Reckong Peo will be constructed at a cost of Rs 2.38 crore, a water supply scheme in Kalpa nearby will be completed at a cost of Rs 3.26 crore, officials said.

The CM also laid the foundation stone of Urban Mission Scheme at Mooring and inaugurated a newly constructed building of PHC Rarang.

(With inputs from agencies.)


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