Gangtok, Jan 22 (Agencies): Sikkim Chief Minister Pawan Chamling announced that Rs 100 crore has been sanctioned to establish a proper and dependable drinking water supply line for Namchi the district headquarters town of South Sikkim.

"A sum of Rs 100 crore has been sanctioned to establish a water supply line for Namchi and the concerned Departments has been directed to do the needful," Chamling said on Friday.

While inaugurating a multi-level car parking cum shopping plaza and a District Libray cum Museum at Upper Singithang in Namchi, Chamling also announced that plans were underway to set up Kisan Bazaars in all the four districts of the state and ruralmarketing centers, waste management, open theaters at the bigger bazaars and roadside amenities every 15 km.
   
Speaking on the occassion ,state Urban Development minister DB Thapa said the parking cum shopping plaza was constructedn at a cost of Rs 18.3 crore while Rs 14 crore was spent on  the construction of the District Libray cum Museum.