The President Inaugurated and Laid the Foundation Stone of Schemes worth Rs 2001.94 crore in Uttarakhand.
- 09 Dec 2022
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On December 8, 2022, President Draupadi Murmu inaugurated and laid the foundation stone of nine development schemes worth Rs 2001.94 crore for the state in a civic reception program organized at the Chief Minister's residence in Dehradun, Uttarakhand. This includes inauguration of three schemes worth Rs 528.35 crore and foundation stone laying of six schemes worth Rs 1473.59 crore.
- The President also announced a 132 KV modern-tech power plant at Material in Haridwar district at a cost of Rs 84 crore on behalf of Soban Singh Jeena Government Medical College Almora, Pitkul constructed at a cost of Rs 330.64 crore, construction of its related line, 4.5 MW Kali Ganga constructed at a cost of Rs 113.71 crore in Rudraprayag district. The second small hydro power project has been inaugurated.
- Apart from this, he also inaugurated the 144 MW plan of Chila Power House at a cost of Rs 306 crore, construction of green building of Integrated Office Complex at a cost of Rs 204.46 crore under Dehradun Smart City Project, 220 KV substation at Mangalore in Haridwar at a cost of Rs 131 crore, 750 He laid the foundation stone of the underground overhead HT and LT power lines of Dehradun's main roads at a cost of Rs 32.93 crore, construction of second phase at Government Polytechnic Narendra Nagar at a cost of Rs 32.93 crore and modern inter-state bus terminal at Tanakpur in Champawat at a cost of Rs 49.20 crore.