Tuesday, 29 March 2016

Developing 72 Lambi Villages

Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal is now preparing on a full swing to give a new and modern look to the 72 villages in Lambi. The work has already started in a few villages and will soon go on till all the villages and give them better road connectivity and many more facilities.

Developing 72 Lambi Villages - Punjab Insight, Developing Punjab, Rural Development
A huge amount will be spent on every village, to spruce up its look, from roads to drainage systems and a lot more. On an average an amount of Rs. 3.5 Crores will be spent on every village and the carpeting of the streets will be done, to promote better movement for villagers. Also, drainage lines will be laid out around the village so that proper hygiene and cleanliness can be maintained. Work for de-silting of ponds will also be carried out in the villages.

In the first phase, the work has been initiated in 30 villages around the town and in the second phase, it will be done for 42 more villages. All this work is being carried out and executed by the Punjab Mandi Board, the Rural Development Department and the PWD (B&R).

Nawal Kumar, District Development and Panchayat Officer of Muktsar said that around 82 houses are being constructed in Kangan Khera Village for the poor and underprivileged families. This will be constructed at an estimated cost of Rs. 3.31 crores. Here, the work will most probably be completed in another four-month’s time and this will be created as one of the model villages for construction and re-modeling of other villages around the town.

Such initiatives help the villagers in leading a healthy life and also get a better lifestyle with better school and facilities where they can raise their kids. Badal has been working in a very positive way for the villagers of Lambi and had also granted funds previously for setting up of gyms, drains, panchayatghar, and repair and construction work of various school buildings.

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