Raipur: Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel has unveiled development works worth nearly Rs 225 crore for the welfare of people of the highly naxal affected district Sukma on Monday.
Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel did bhumipujan of 62 development works worth Rs 149.45 crore and inaugurated 59 development works worth nearly Rs 75 crore in district headquarters of Sukma district, a government statement said.
The CM has also distributed goods and equipment worth Rs 65.74 lakh to 214 beneficiaries and distributed cheques of financial aid to 54 beneficiaries. On the occasion, he also provided 50 shooties and two ambulances for efficient health services.
Works inaugurated by CM Baghel mainly includes high-level bridge worth Rs 10.96 crore on Shabri River en route Taalnar-Kodripal Road, renovation work of Swami Atmanand Excellent English Medium School Building, Eklavya Model Residential School, Girls Higher Secondary School Sukma and others.
The bhumipujan works include laying of foundation stones for the construction of new school buildings, hostels, solid liquid waste management works and others.
District administration Sukma said these works will help the government in giving momentum to the development in the highly naxal affected area.
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