Saturday, December 25, 2010

ROB as Xmas Gift for SIRSA, traffic eased w.e.f.

Watch Video: Congress Rally Badhatay kadam Inauguration of ROB and Astro Turf 25 Dec 2010

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X-Mas gifts: ROB and Astro Turf (Artificial Grass Hockey Ground) inaugurated.

Sirsa to be declared industrially Backward from January 1st 2011


25 December, 2010

Pictures & Videos: Amar Singh Jyani, Amit Soni, GS Mann

1. ROB and Astro Turf (Synthetic Grass Hockey Turf) inaugurated at SIRSA

2. Sirsa to be declared industrially backward from January 1st 2011

CM Haryana, Mr. BS Hooda, today dedicated to the public the much awaited Railway-over-bridge (R-O-B) in the midst of the city, and inaugurated a Synthetic Grass (Astro) Hockey Turf for at the sports complex. The CM reached Sirsa a couple of hours late owing to inclement weather, his helicopter was not given landing permission at Sirsa due to dense fog, instead CM’s chopper landed at Fatehabad from where he reached SIRSA by the road route.

Addressing a well attended public meeting (Rally) ‘Badhatay Kadam’ at Shaheed Bhagat Singh Stadium Sirsa, Chief Minister Haryana, Mr. BS Hooda said that in the State’s industrial policy to be announced on 1st January 2011, Sirsa shall be declared industrially backward; this will bring a lot of benefits for setting up of industrial units at Sirsa. Industrialization of Sirsa shall in turn generate a number of employment opportunities for the youth added the CM.

Apart from this the Chief Minister announced four Khareef Irrigation channels for Sirsa to be constructed at a cost of Rs80crore, he also said that repair of all water courses and canals shall be carried by 2015; construction of approach roads on both side of Ghagger Bridge connecting Mallewala and Nezadela (notably the bridge was constructed by the villagers of these two and adjoining villages, by their own concerted effort and fund raising) were also announced. He also announced that work for a new building for Govt. College at Dabwali shall be started soon. A Driver’s Training Park (Traffic Park) in Sirsa under the aegis of Haryana Roadways, a sub treasury at Sub Tehsil Nathusari Chopta and repair of roads of Nathusari Chopta shall be done soon. He also announced a package of 15crore rupees from HRDF and UDM and development of sports academy at village Foolkaan.

Before this MP Sirsa, Dr Ashok Tanwar read a list of demands of Sirsa and Fatehabad, prepared in consultation with all the Congress leaders of this area. Ch Ranjit Singh, Dr KV Singh, Perhlaad Singh Gillankehra, Malkiat Singh Khosa, Gopal Kanda, Kuldeep Sharma, Phool Chand Mullana, Dr Ram Partap, Raghubir Singh Kadian, Anand Biyani, Master Sampooran Singh, Kuldeep Singh Gadrana, Ch Dhurra Ram, Rajesh Vaid, Amit Sihag, Bhupesh Mehta etc also addressed the rally. The united efforts of all leaders of the Congress working in tandem visibly under the directions of MP Ashok Tanwar brought success to the rally.

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