Bahadurgarh: The pace of development works will be halted in 31 wards of the municipal council. Yes, the coffers of Bahadurgarh Municipal Council, one of the richest municipal councils in Haryana, will be empty. In this regard, the Head of Department has advised the Chief Engineer not to conduct tenders in future until funds are available. Currently, tenders for works worth about Rs 10.5 billion and about Rs 26 billion from other grants and funds have been floated under the CM announcement.
Poor and dilapidated roads in various areas of the city await development. But the people in the city have to wait for that. The municipal council is completing formalities for tenders worth around Rs 36 crore. Many tenders have been opened, work is also underway while the remaining tenders will also be opened soon. After completing this documentation process, the condition of roads in Bahadurgarh city will relatively improve. In fact, residents of the city hoped that good days would come for Bahadurgarh after the formation of a three-tier BJP government in the city. But sometimes the development of Bahadurgarh got stuck due to regulatory and technical approvals, sometimes from the Finance and Contracts Committee and sometimes from the Payment Approval Committee. The Council’s resources are directly related to development and the public interest. The body has its own elected government. The councilors have been yearning for some kind of development work in their areas for a year. But now the situation has become such that the local council has to turn to the government for money.
On the one hand, works worth Rs 10.5 crore of the CM announcement and on the other hand, fund and other grants worth about Rs 26 crore are going through the allocation and execution process. Much work has already begun. 1 crore 99 lakh rupees for rehabilitation of drains and parks in Sector 2, 46.80 lakh rupees for storm water drainage and repair works in ward 28, 2 crore 68 lakh rupees for sewerage as well as railway crossing in ward 11, road and drain of Parshuram Marg .2 crore 14 lakh for construction, 1 crore 24 lakh for road from Nahra-Nahari Road to Nizampur Road, 93.82 lakh for construction of drain in Sainipura of Ward-12, 91.95 lakh for construction of Drain on Diggi Wale Road in Ward-3, Ward- Rs 1 crore 90 lakh for construction of drain in Amex City in year 30, Rs 98.25 lakh for construction of drain along with parks in Sector-6, Rs 94 .45 lakh for renovation of Railway Park in Ward-5, Rs 1 crore 35 lakh for purchase of LED lights and Rs 1 crore 35 lakh for beautification. Installation of tri-color lights on the pillars will cost Rs 46.38 lakh.
SO wrote this letter
The department head of the local council wrote a letter to the chief engineer on November 20th and clarified the picture. According to the council’s financial position, various development works have been recorded in relation to the grants received and the amount available in the council fund. No future call for proposals should be published until a grant amount is received or funds are available.
The municipal council has floated tenders for works worth Rs36 million.
Chairman of Bahadurgarh Municipal Council Saroj Ramesh Rathi said that to improve the condition of roads in the city, the municipal council has floated tenders for works worth around Rs 36 crore. We take the development of the city absolutely seriously. Attempts are being made to obtain subsidies through discussions with the government. There are plans to increase the council’s income stream. The pace of urban development must not be slowed down.
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