Raipur: Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel will dedicate a slew of development works worth Rs64.3 crore at Basna in Chhattisgarh's Mahasamund to people on Wednesday. The works include inauguration, bhoomipujan (foundation stone laying), construction and others in the Basna assembly constituency.
All together 37 development works worth Rs32.64 crore will be dedicated to the public under stone laying ceremony and 23 works costing Rs32.59 crore will be inaugurated.
Mr Baghel will perform the bhoomipujan of the construction works of new roads, bridges and culverts, and the construction of additional rooms in the college and schools and others on the day, a press release said.
The following day, Chief Minister’s ‘Bhent-Mulaqat Abhiyan’ programme is proposed to be held in villages Gopalpur and Pirda in the Basna assembly, the communique said. During the programme, he would take feedback on the implementation of government schemes from the villagers. He will distribute materials to the beneficiaries under various schemes. On Dec 14, a review meeting of the district officers will be held, it added.
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