24-hour power for Gurgaon from August 15, hopefully for real

Gurugram, July 14 – The Haryana Government has decided to provide 24-hour power supply to District Gurugram from this August 15 onwards. Blueprint for which has already been prepared. Chief Minister, Mr. Manohar Lal, would make an official announcement to this effect on the occasion of Independence Day.

This was disclosed by Public Works (Buildings and Roads) Minister, Rao Narbir Singh, who was on a visit to various villages in Badshahpur Assembly Constituency today.
He said that Gurugram Railway Station would be upgraded with the best amenities and Dhankot-Gurugram railway station would be upgraded to an international-level station with all modern facilities on the pattern of Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi.

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He said that foundation stone of the Badshahpur Elevated Highway would be laid before August 15. After the construction of this elevated highway, commuters would be able to travel from Rajiv Chowk to Sohna in just about 18 minutes.

The Minister laid the foundation stones of various development works in different villages today, including streets that are being constructed in the village Khandsa at a cost of Rs 2.84 crore; road and phirni in village Jhanjhrola at a cost of about Rs 79 lakh; road, boundary wall of cemetery, community centre and choe in village Mandkola at a cost of about Rs 95 lakh and other development works in village Harsaru at a cost of Rs 1.21 crore.

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