Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan and PWD Minister Gopal Bhargava virtually dedicating Rewa flyover from Mantralaya on Tuesday.
Staff Reporter :
Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that overall development of entire Vindhya region, including Rewa, will continue. Work on all areas including infrastructure development, health facilities, education, skill development, employment etc. are in progress. A network of industries is being laid in the area. Agro-based industries are also being set up. He said that newly-constructed flyover will be named after Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel. Cancer patients will be provided treatment facilities in Rewa. He dedicated the newly-constructed flyover at Rewa through video conferencing from Mantralaya on Tuesday.
The cost of this 1.5 km-long flyover is Rs 43.50 crore. Public Works Minister Gopal Bhargav and Principal Secretary Neeraj Mandloi were present on the occasion. Vidhan Sabha Speaker Girish Gautam, former Minister Rajendra Shukla and MP Janardan Mishra attended the virtual programme. In the meantime, Chief Minister said that Bansagar project has changed the scenario of Vindhya region. Increase in irrigation facilities has given a boost to agriculture and trade and employment opportunities have increased. Along with this, Asia’s largest solar power project and super speciality hospital have also begun operating here.
Vidhan Sabha Speaker Girish Gautam praised CM Chouhan for effectively controlling corona in State and reckoned CM’s commendable contribution in development of Rewa. He said that about 5,000 people are diagnosed with cancer in Rewa every year, so a cancer hospital must be opened here. Public Works Minister Gopal Bhargav said that Chief Minister has made possible the overall development of the entire Vindhya region, including Rewa. Former minister Rajendra Shukla said that under the leadership of Chief Minister, Rewa is developing at a fast pace.