Many development projects to be dedicated to Faridabad's public
Sukhbir Siwach, TNN, Oct 26, 2013
CHANDIGARH: Haryana chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda is visiting Faridabad on October 27 to dedicate a number of development projects to the people of the area and address a massive public rally in sector 12. These projects involved an investment of over Rs 29 crore.
An official spokesman said that the chief minister would inaugurate Mental Health Care Centre, Professional Training Centre and School for Mentally Retarded costing about Rs three crore.
He said that Hooda would lay the foundation stone of three six lane single span bridges constructed by Haryana Irrigation Department at Faridabad. The first bridge costing over Rs 6.11 crore would connect sector 19-28 and 18-19 with new sectors 87-90 of Faridabad, the second bridge costing over Rs 6.46 crore would connect sector 17-18 to 86-87 and the third bridge costing over Rs 7.45 crore would connect sector 14-17 to new sector 81-86, Faridabad, he added.
The public rally is being organized by MLA, Anand Kaushik.