Gwalior, 17 October 2014: Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that metro train will run in Gwalior in future. He directed to prepare DPR for this. Chouhan was addressing a public meeting at Gwalior today. Union Steel and Mines Minister Narendra Singh Tomar was also present on the occasion.
The Chief Minister said that flyovers necessary for developing Gwalior as ultramodern city will be constructed within 5 years. For this, he asked public representatives to get action plans chalked out in consultation with district administration. The Chief Minister said that 25 thousand houses for the poor will be constructed in the city in next 5 years. He assured to make available necessary funds for setting right city’s sewage system. The Chief Minister sanctioned Rs. 2 crore for infrastructure works. He also announced Rs. 50 lakh each for Antari, Dabra, Bilowa, Bhitarwar and Pichhor urban bodies.
The Chief Minister inaugurated and laid foundation stones of 242 development works of Gwalior costing Rs. 62 crore 68 lakh. He said that pace of industrialisation will further accelerate following recent Global Investors Summit and lakhs of youths will get employment. He said that a new industrial area is coming up at Sitapur and a new industrial corridor is also being developed from Morena to Gwalior.
Union Minister Tomar said that the state is achieving new dimensions of development under the leadership of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan. He urged people to partner in Chief Minister’s efforts and “Make in India” campaign of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Health & Family Welfare Minister Dr. Narottam Mishra, Women and Child Development Minister Maya Singh, Minister of State for GAD Lal Singh Arya, MLAs Jaibhan Singh Pawaiyya, Bharat Singh Kushwaha and Ghanshyam Pironiya, Mayor Sameeksha Gupta and Chairman of Samanya Nirdhan Varg Ayog Balendu Shukla were also present on the occasion.
Foundation stone laid for 100 anganwadi centres
Chief Minister Chouhan laid foundation stones for 100 anganwadi centres at Gwalior today. Chouhan inaugurated a trauma centre costing Rs. 4 crore 46 lakh on the premises of district hospital at Murar. Chouhan also laid foundation stone for state’s first 4-storey multi-level parking costing Rs. 10 crore 75 lakh at City Centre and sports complex costing Rs. One crore 75 lakh. An attractive exhibition was put up by various departments at the programme venue.