Reviews progress, asks departments to expedite work
CHANDIGARH: Punjab Chief Secretary, Vini Mahajan, on Monday, directed the involved division heads to full the major public-oriented infrastructure projects within the state on a war footing inside the stipulated timeframe.
Mahahan was chairing a gathering of the Public Investment Management Committee to assessment the implementation and completion of major infrastructure projects within the state with the involved administrative secretaries of the assorted departments.
The Chief Secretary stated the Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh has initiated various pro-people projects within the state and it was the accountability of the officers of all of the departments involved to guarantee well timed completion of the projects beneath their respective departments.
Mahajan sought detailed details about projects akin to commissioning of Halwara airport, a 100-bed hospital at Fazilka and Tertiary Cancer Care Centre Fazilka, New Medical College at SAS Nagar, Jagat Guru Nanak Dev Punjab Open University, Construction of Government Colleges at varied cities, State Cancer Center in Amritsar, building of recent jail at Goindwal Sahib, Mega Milk Processing Plant at Bassi Pathana, Plywood Park Hoshiarpur and Major projects of division of Industries and Commerce together with Industrial Focal Points.
She stated all of the projects of public significance ought to be accomplished on precedence foundation in order that the folks of Punjab may avail the amenities.
In order to strengthen the focal factors in numerous cities, the Chief Secretary directed the Industries division to make sure the creation of requisite infrastructure and full all of the projects in a time-bound method.
The Chief Secretary additionally directed the Finance Department to make sure the well timed launch of the funds for the completion of assorted projects as per the necessities of the implementing businesses.
The assembly was attended by the senior officers from the departments of Civil Aviation, Industries and Commerce, Health and Family Welfare, Medical Education and Research, Jails, Higher Education and Horticulture.