CM dedicates and lays foundation stones of 19 developmental projects of Rs. 165 crore at Lambloo in Hamirpur Assembly Constituency

Hamirpur(QNN)

Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur inaugurated and laid foundation stones of 19 developmental projects worth Rs. 165 crore at Lambloo in Hamirpur assembly constituency of Hamirpur district today.  While addressing a public meeting at Lambloo in the Constituency, Chief Minister announced opening of Primary Health Centre and Veterinary Hospital at Lambloo, upgradation of Veterinary dispensary Taal to Veterinary Hospital and upgradation of Government High School Pathiyan to Senior Secondary School.   He said that it was probably for the first time that developmental projects worth Rs. 165 crore were dedicated to the area in a single day.  He said that  Rs. 38.31 crore LWSS which was dedicated by him today, foundation stone of which was laid two year back would provide drinking water facilities to Dugha Panjali, Kallar Katocha, Kallar Purothan, Lambaloo, Bhari Bhelara, Kangroo Gasota, Bhalla Jamali Mandir and Thana Gummer villages.  Chief Minister said that Himachal Pradesh not only emerged as the frontrunner State in administering the first dose of vaccine to the eligible population, but it also stood first in providing the second dose of vaccine to the people of the State. He said that people of the country were fortunate that the Nation during this testing time was led by an able and strong leadership. He said that it was due to the motivation of Prime Minister Narendra Modi that not only indigenous vaccine was developed, but the biggest free vaccination campaign of the world was also launched in the country. He said that it was unfortunate that the Congress leaders were even politicising such a sensitive issue. He said that it was probably due to the misdeeds of the Congress leaders that the oldest political party of the country has completely lost its base throughout the country. Jai Ram Thakur said that the main aim of the present State Government during the last four years was to ensure the socio-economic upliftment of the poor and the downtrodden. He said that all the schemes, policies and programmes of the State Government were aimed at upliftment of the persons living at the lowest ebb. He said that the very first decision of the present State Government was aimed at welfare of the old people and another at ensuring proper shelter to the abandoned cattle. He said that Rs 500 were being provided per month per cattle in Cow Sanctuaries and Gau Sadans, which now has been increased to Rs 700 per month per cow in the budget 2022-23.