Chandigarh: Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Sunday said that the state government is committed to provide equitable share of water to all parts of the state.

Addressing a rally at Ateli in Mahendergarh on Sunday, Hooda said, “In view of the scarcity of water in south Haryana, the state government has already prepared the scheme of constructing a canal for bringing water from Bhakhra to this area.” A sum of Rs 400 crore has been spent on this project, he added.

Hooda declared that Kanina will be made a sub-division and Ateli will get the status of tehsil and announced Rs 10 crore for the development of villages in Ateli constituency and Rs 2 crore each for the Municipal Committees of Ateli and Kanina.

He also announced that five major roads in this area will be improved at a cost of Rs 43.55 crore. Hooda added that a 50-bedded hospital will also be constructed in Kanina, on availability of land.


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