Deputy Chief Minister Diya Kumari and Water Supply Minister Kanhaiya Lal Choudhary laid the foundation stone of three high reservoirs for the area in a program organized at Neendad village of Vidyadhar Nagar assembly constituency on Friday. High reservoirs will be built in Neendad, Kabir Ashram and Machada Hanuman temple area at a cost of about Rs 18 crore. Upon completion of these high reservoirs, clean and uninterrupted water supply will be ensured to approximately one lakh thirteen thousand population of the area.
Addressing the program, the Deputy Chief Minister said that the government is implementing the schemes keeping in mind all sections including the poor, youth, food providers and women. All sections have been given benefits in the budget presented by the government. He said that the government is working with full commitment to implement the announcements made in the budget as soon as possible. On this occasion, the Water Supply Minister thanked the Deputy Chief Minister and said that he has given Rs 15 thousand crore to the Water Supply Department in the budget, this will speed up the work of providing tap water to every house.
Inspection of Anganwadi center and school-
The Deputy Chief Minister inspected the Anganwadi center in Neendad village. During this, he took information from Anganwadi workers regarding the children coming to Anganwadi, the books taught there and nutrition. Along with this, he inspected Government Higher Secondary School, Neendad and interacted with the school staff and students. Happy with the increase in the honorarium of Anganwadi workers in the budget, the Anganwadi workers of Neendad expressed their gratitude to the Deputy Chief Minister and presented him a bouquet.
It is noteworthy that under Bisalpur Prithviraj Nagar Drinking Water Scheme, eight water tanks are to be built in Vidyadhar Nagar assembly constituency. Out of which the work on 6 has started, the construction work for the remaining two tanks will start as soon as land becomes available.