Decision: High Purchase Committee, works worth Rs 1500 crore approved, Rs 112 crore saved, digital equipment and other items worth Rs 112 crore installed.

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Decision: High Purchase Committee, works worth Rs 1500 crore approved, Rs 112 crore saved, digital equipment and other items worth Rs 112 crore installed.

Chandigarh. The First War of Independence Martyrs’ Monument being constructed by the government at Ambala Cantt to honor the martyrs of India’s first war of independence in 1857 will be completed soon. After completion of construction work on the memorial, approval of around Rs 112 crore was given for other works of the museum, including digital equipment, in the High Power Workers Purchase Committee (HPWPC) meeting held here under the chairmanship of the Prime Minister. From this monument, the young generation not only gets information about the first struggle for independence but also becomes aware of the stories about the contribution of known and unknown freedom fighters and heroes of Haryana. Furthermore, contracts and purchase of various items worth more than Rs 1,500 crore were approved in the meeting of High Powered Purchase Committee (HPPC), Departmental High Powered Purchase Committee (DHPPC) and High Power Workers Purchase Committee (HPWPC). . . About Rs 112 crore was saved by fixing the prices after negotiations with various bidders in the meeting. It is noteworthy that a saving of Rs 21.5 million was achieved in the construction of the Martyrs’ Monument of the First War of Independence by the Department of Information, Publicity, Language and Culture. Minister of State for Labor Anup Dhanak was also present at the meeting. Additionally, School Education Minister Kanwar Pal attended the meeting through video conferencing. A total of 28 agendas were introduced into the meeting and all agendas were approved.

Purified water used for irrigation

Approval for the project to use treated water from the STP plant as part of a micro-irrigation project.
The micro-irrigation projects implemented by the government with the vision of water conservation and more production with less water are continuously gaining momentum. In this regard, the meeting approved the project to use treated water from the STP plant as part of a micro-irrigation project. A solar/grid powered integrated micro irrigation infrastructure will be set up to supply treated wastewater to the existing STPs in Jatal Road, Panipat, Naultha, Paldi, Balana and Jondhan Khurd villages. The meeting also approved the distribution of work for this project. Additionally, rehabilitation works of Mahendragarh Distributorship worth around Rs 14 crore have also been approved. In addition, the Ministry of Irrigation and Water Resources also approved the purchase of pump sets and pipes for water supply in various locations.

Roads in the state are being renovated here and there

Works for widening and strengthening of Narnaul-Nangal Chaudhary, Hansi-Sisay-Lohari Ragho-Haibatpur-Khedi-Jalab, Kalanwali to Dabwali and Karnal-Kachhwa-Kaul roads in Dabwali to Kalanwali via Desu Jodha, Hisar-Tosham, Mahendragarh district. was also approved. Similarly, improvement and strengthening works on Rewari-Mahendragarh dual carriageway, Rohtak-Kharkhauda up to Delhi border, Jhajjar-Kosli road and Meham to Kalanaur-Beri road have been approved. In addition, work has also been provided for development of infrastructure facilities like road network, water supply system, sewage collection system, treated sewage circulation system etc. in IMT, Kharkhoda, Sonipat District. Approval was also given for construction of an academic block at Maharishi Valmiki Sanskrit University in Mundri, Kaithal district and purchase of vehicles for the police department for about Rs 10 crore.

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