CM inaugurates and lay foundation stones worth Rs. 124 crore in Rampur Vidhan Sabha

Announces opening of Sanskrit College at Shingla and HPSEB Sub Division at Neerath


Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur inaugurated and laid foundation stones of 30 developmental projects worth about Rs. 124 crore at Rampur in Rampur Vidhan Sabha area of Shimla district. 

While addressing a mammoth public meeting at ground of Govind Ballabh Pant Government Degree College Rampur, the Chief Minister announced opening of Sanskrit College at Shingla, HPSEB Sub Division at Neerath, Police Post at Kholighat, Sub Tehsils at Jeuri and Thalli-Chakti, bus stand at Sarahan, Fire post at Jeuri. He also announced Rs 10 crore for Tikkar-Khamadi road being constructed under CRF at a cost of Rs. 108 crore. He also announced that Brandli Khad Sungri road would be constructed and maintained under PMGSY-III. He also announced upgradation of three veterinary dispensaries of the area into veterinary hospitals, upgradation of one Primary School of the area into Middle School, and also upgradation of Primary School Rampur to Model School. He said that Jhakhari to Kahrkahan Gaura road would be mettled under NABARD funding by spending Rs. 5.85 crore.

Chief Minister said that the Rampur area was similar to his own area Seraj and has ensured that this area gets priority in the matter of development. He urged the people of Rampur constituency to give opportunity to the BJP to represent the constituency and see the difference. He said that it was strange that despite being represented by the Congress, several panchayats and villages of the area lack road connectivity. He said that despite that since the area was emotionally associated with a tallest leader of the State, the area lacks basic facilities. He said that people must ponder that how long they would keep themselves associated with a particular clan and let the development suffer.