Bhabhua, Oct 24(UNI) Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar today assured that all hurdles in execution of ambitious Durgawati project in Kaimur district would be removed and state government had already sanctioned Rs 180 crores in this regard.
After launching the various development and welfare schemes worth Rs 682 crores here, Mr Kumar said that state government had to suspend the works of the Durgawati project after dispute over acquisition of lands in this regard.
''Attempts were being made to clear the hurdles in execution of this ambitious projects'',he said adding any project should be executed in accordance with established law of the land as violation of rules and regulations invite litigations causing the delay in completion of the project.
Mr Kumar reiterated the commitment of the state government to ensure relief to the flood victims and said that funds would not be a constraint in providing succour to them.
''Standing crops in vast area of the land had been damaged in flood fury and state government had already announced Rs 4000 per hectare for the losses of the standing crops to the farmers'', he added.
Chief Minister announced the repairing and innovation of ancient Mundeshwari temple at government expenses, which was constructed way back in the year 107.