Chandigarh, Nov 14 (UNI) Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda today gave approval to the implementation of Water Supply and Sewerage Schemes in various towns involving an investment of Rs 25 crore.
Mr Hooda said these schemes included provision of sewerage in newly approved colonies falling under Ward No 11, 12 and 13 in Ambala City at a cost of Rs 4.50 crore and an equal amount for sewerage scheme in the newly approved colonies falling under ward No 5 and 31 in Ambala City.
The Chief Minister said a sum of Rs 2.40 crore would be spent to implement sewerage scheme in newly approved colonies in Rohtak town.
The colonies included Shri Ram colony, Kunj Vihar, Gokal colony, Ajit colony, Amrit colony, New Vijay Nagar, Sheetal Nagar and Ekta colony along Jhajjar Sunarian road.
He said Rs75 lakh would be spent on laying of sewerage system in Nehru colony, Sainiwas, balance sewer in Rahar Johar area and sewerage from Jind railway crossing to Auto market, Hisar road in Rohtak town.
A sum of Rs 1.75 crore would be spent on implementation of sewerage scheme in Surya Nagar and Rajender Nagar and it would include laying of trunk sewer from Sukhpura chowk to Peer Bodhi on Gohana road in Rohtak town.
He said Rs 1.50 crore would be spent on implementation of sewerage scheme in Rohtak town and construction of disposal work at village Singhpura.
He said land acquisition for construction of boundary wall of Rahar Johr Pond and Silt clearance for preventive measures for installation conditions in Rohtak town would cost Rs 70 lakh.
Also, Rs one crore has been approved for providing sewerage scheme in newly approved colonies in Fatehabad town. A sum of Rs 96 lakh had been approved for the laying of rider sewer against small sized old and checked sewerage of Hansi town.
Mr Hooda said that in case of water supply schemes, Rs 2.44 crore had been approved for augmentation of water supply scheme in Rohtak town by updating 15 days storage capacity at 3rd water works. He said that Rs one crore would be spent to augment water supply scheme in Tohana town.