Gwalior is Madhya Pradesh’s second city which is most rapidly expanding, with the city’s expansion the responsibility of municipal corporation has increased because providing road, water, sewer, electricity to whole city is a challenging task, there is an utter growth in town led by mayor. These were words shared by minister in charge of the city Jayant Malaiya during inauguration of brigade water tank built by municipal corporation under the ADB project and distribution of key to selected beneficiaries of housing for the poor under IHSDP scheme.
At the program, MP and BJP state president Narendra Singh Tomar, Minister in-charge Jayant Malaiya, Cabinet Minister of Women and Child Development Maya Singh, Minister for Commerce, Industries and Sports Yashodhara Raje Scindia, Gwalior MLA Jaibhan Singh Pawaiya, Chairperson Brijendra Singh Jadon, Gwalior Collector P. Narahari, Superintendent of police Santosh Kumar, Municipal Commissioner Vinod Sharma and regional councilors were present. Mayor Sameeksha Gupta presided over the program. She spoke about the development of the city.
Mayor Sameeksha Gupta said under project uday Municipal Corporation has developed 19 water tanks from 21 projected water tanks. She said brigade is built with a capacity of 20 lakh liter of water with a cost of Rs. 1 crore 70 lakh. With this water tank, 20,000 residents nearby will be provided with drinking water. About providing housing for the homeless poor, Mayor Sameeksha Gupta said, Municipal corporation is building 3,744 homes from which over 1000 beneficiaries have been selected and today 50 selected beneficiaries will be given the keys.