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Chief Minister Tirath Singh Rawat inaugurated and laid the foundation stone of 26 schemes worth about Rs 52 crore 37 lakh in Uttarkashi.

On Saturday, Chief Minister Tirath Singh Rawat inaugurated and laid the foundation stone of 26 schemes worth about Rs 52 crore 37 lakh in Uttarkashi. Out of which 12 schemes worth Rs 17 crore 41 lakh were inaugurated and foundation stones of 14 schemes worth Rs 34 crore 46 lakh were laid.



Among the schemes inaugurated by Chief Minister Shri Tirath Singh Rawat, surface improvement work by bituminous concrete on various motorways of the district of Rs. 3 crore 20 lakhs, surface by bituminous concrete on Uttarkashi Ghansali Tilwara motorway costing Rs.29.94 million. Improvement work, construction of Gyansu Upla Basti motor road from Gyansu Sald motor road at a cost of 2 crore 74 lakhs, 1.50 lanes of 30 meters span in 5 km of Bharangaon-Uprikot motorway in Varunaghati in Gangotri at a cost of 2 crore 05 lakhs Construction of steel girder bridge, construction of motorway from Jaspur band to Purali village under development block Bhatwadi at a cost of 1 crore 68 lakh and widening and demarcation of Nakuri Singot motor road under Gangotri, assembly constituency costing 2 crore 81 lakh. Functions are included.
Among the schemes laid by the Chief Minister Mr. Tirath Singh Rawat, Phase 2 work of construction of motorway from Jamak to Bayana at an estimated cost of 4 crore 64 lakhs, Nakuri-Kunsi-Manglisera-Barsali motor at an estimated cost of 05 crore 65 lakhs. Stage 2 work of road construction, Stage 2 work of construction of Jamak to Kamar motorway at an estimated cost of Rs 4 crore 19 lakh, Stage 2 work of construction of motor road up to Bandarkot-Juguldi-Panjiyala at an estimated cost of Rs 03 crore 75 lakh etc. are included.

On this occasion, Minister of State Independent Charge Swami Yatishwaranand, District President BJP Ramesh Chauhan, Dr. Swaraj Scholar, District Magistrate Mayur Dixit, Superintendent of Police Manikant Mishra, and other officials were present.