CM Manohar Lal has taken steps towards the creation of IMT in Baroda and a state-of-the-art rice mill will be set up for paddy-producing farmers
Team Haryana First
Haryana Agriculture and Farmers’ Welfare Minister, Jai Prakash Dalal has said that the present government has ensured developmental projects worth hundreds of crores rupees for Baroda constituency.
He further added that with the onset of construction work of most of these projects Baroda is also moving forward on the path of development.
The Minister of Agriculture and Farmers’ Welfare was addressing the people after the launching various projects during his visit to the villages of the Baroda constituency. Other dignitaries, including MP Mr. Ramesh Kaushik were present on this occasion.
He said that Chief Minister, Mr. Manohar Lal has taken steps towards the creation of IMT in Baroda. He said that a state-of-the-art rice mill will be set up for paddy-producing farmers and certainly these projects will give new dimension to the development of Baroda.
Agriculture and Farmers’ Welfare Minister, Mr. Jai Prakash Dalal inaugurated construction works of about Rs 17,85,90,000 (Rs. 17.85 crore) for strengthening water supply in five villages lying under the Baroda belt. He laid the foundation stone of a canal water-based work at Baroda Mor at a cost of Rs 471.90 lakh and a tubewell at Baroda Thuthan at a cost of Rs 35 lakh.
Likewise, he laid the foundation stone for renovation work of a tubewell in Banwasa at a cost of Rs 35 lakh and renovation of water works in Rindana at a cost of Rs 430 lakh. Along with this, he laid the foundation stone for renovation of canal water works costing Rs. 634 lakhs in Chhrana and renovation of water works at a cost of Rs. 145 lakhs in Madina other than setting up a tubewell at a cost of Rs. 35 lakh.
Apart from these, he also started the work of repair and widening of roads.