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CM Trivendra announced to open degree college in Mori, inaugurated and laid foundation stones of 46 crore schemes.


Mori / Uttarkashi. The Chief Minister of the state, Trivendra Singh Rawat, handed over developmental schemes worth crores to Vidhan Sabha Purola. On Wednesday, Chief Minister Rawat reached Frontier Tehsil Mori, where he inaugurated various schemes worth Rs 28 crore 92 lakh and laid the foundation stone for development works worth 17 crore 45 lakh 47 thousand. On this occasion, he made several announcements, including the opening of a government college in Mori. Chief Minister Rawat told the SDM that if a building becomes available, teaching work will be started in this college from the next academic session.
Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat said that Uttarkashi district is definitely marginal but the people here have the passion to move forward. Uttarkashi has been at number one in taking advantage of the Chief Minister Swarojgar Yojana. The best work in 100 days has also been done in Uttarkashi district under MNREGA. Our government has increased the working days of MNREGA from 100 to 150 so that people can get more benefit of this scheme by doing similar hard work. Happily, Uttarkashi district has the maximum 4882 people who have completed 100 days. He said that he had an old association with Uttarkashi, especially Yamuna Valley Mori.

I have been here frequently, so I am well aware of the problem of the valley. On the basis of priority, problems of the area will be diagnosed. Chief Minister Rawat said that roads only open the way for development of an area. Our government focused on laying a network of roads in the state. The total number of roads constructed during the 17 years after state formation, we are just 124 roads behind that number in our tenure. That is, in our four-year tenure, we have constructed almost the same number of roads as before 17 years. He said that now the budget for the construction of 127 bridges in the hill districts, especially the marginal districts, has been approved. On this occasion, the Chief Minister also announced the demarcation of Mori-Natwar-Sankari road, drinking water scheme and Burari-Paisal motor route. The Chief Minister was accompanied by Minister of Higher Education and District Incharge Dr. Dhan Singh Rawat, MLA Vikasnagar Munna Singh Chauhan, MLA Purola Rajkumar, Yamunotri MLA Kedar Singh Rawat, District Magistrate Mayur Dixit, SP Manikant Mishra, Block Chief Mori Bachan Panwar were present.