Rs 776 crore plan for development of Gurgaon
Gurgaon, Feb 23 (UNI) The Haryana government has envisaged an ambitious plan for the all-round development of Gurgaon within next three years involving an investment of Rs 776 crore.
The city would be developed at par with the international standards, Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda told media persons here after laying the foundation stone of various developmental works involving an investment of Rs 56 crore.
To a question, Mr Hooda said the government was considering providing more powers to the officers posted at Gurgaon so that entreprenuers and the real estate developers would not have to go to Chandigarh or Panchkula frequently for redressing their grieavances.
He made it clear that the government had issued licences to the colony developers for setting up of authorised residential colonies at Gurgaon without any discrimination.
Mr Hooda said that the government had also increased the compensation for acquisition of land of the farmers.
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