Budget worth crores approved for development works in Theog Vis area: Rathore

A small fair was organized on Saturday in Nahaul Panchayat falling under the Theog sub-division. Congress MLA Kuldeep Rathore was present as the chief guest at the three-day Thoda fair. Thoda Dal, Khund Rajana and Fagu main parties were the main center of attraction at the fair. Addressing the program, All India Congress Committee spokesperson and MLA Theog Kuldeep Rathore said that no let up will be allowed in the development of the Theog assembly constituency. He said that a budget worth crores has been approved to compensate for the damage caused due to rain. Under this, Rs 27 lakh has been approved for the school building and Rs 30 crore for the metalling of Fagu Sainj road. A budget of Rs 4.5 crore has been made for the drinking water system in Theog rural area. Similarly, the budget has been approved under the Prime Minister Rural Road Scheme. Alloti Taila Bridge will be constructed soon. Due to this this panchayat will be connected to Sirmaur and Solan. The demand for tarring and other works on many roads including the 1500 meter road from Jubbad to Raivaiyan will also be fulfilled.

For this program, Rs 20,000 was announced for the fair committee, Rs 10,000 for Mahila Mandal, Rs 5,000 for both small parties, and Rs 5,000 for school children.

In the program, Kardar Dharech, Tiyali Congress Theog Kumarsain Block President Kanwar Narendra Baburam, State Secretary of Congress Party Rajesh Verma, President Seva Dal Rajesh Sharma, Mandal Congress President Matyana Roop Lal Bhardwaj, Pradhan Gram Panchayat Namhol Bhagat Ram Verma, Block Congress General Secretary Bhupendra Bundel, Panchayati Raj Secretary Roshan, senior Congress leader Laik Ram Verma, Youth Congress District General Secretary Nishu Snehi, Vice Principal Om Prakash, Principal Government Senior Secondary School Nahol and staff, Principal Mohar Singh, Vijay, Daulat Sharma, Surendra, Baburam, Sonthal Gram Panchayat Chiyog. Dinesh Jagta, Devi Singh, former head Dhamandari, and other officials were present.

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