Punjab

Construction of road from Barnala to Mulowal started at a cost of Rs. 4 crore 72 lakhs due to the efforts of Kewal Singh Dhillon

Kuldeep Sood | April 07, 2021 08:25 PM
Punjab Tribune Bureau

Barnala: Thanks to the efforts of Kewal Songh Dhillon, the road from Barnala to Mulowal is being constructed for Rs. 4 crores 72 lakhs. Kewal Singh Dhillon said that record breaking development works is being carried out in Barnala since the Congress government came to power in the state under the leadership of Chief Minister Capt. Amarinder Singh. He strongly instructed the road construction officials and contractors that no negligence would be tolerated in the construction of the road. 

It is worthwhile to mention here that the condition of this road is worst for a long time. Due to which the passersby are facing a lot of difficulties. This road connects the villages of Surjitpura Kothe, Rangiyan Kothe, Jawandha Kothe, Kothe Bakriyanwale, Sekha, Rangiyan, Sultanpur, Mulowal etc. and now with the commencement of the construction work of this road, the passersby traveling from Barnala to Dhuri will be greatly relieved. 

JE Jagdev Singh, Kewal Singh Dhillon's Secretary Deep Sanghera, Hardeep Jagal, Happy Dhillon, Palwinder Goga, Gursharan Singh, Surjit Singh Sarpanch Sekha, Buta Singh Sidhu, Bholu Khaira, Kidi were present on the occasion. Mann, Gurdeep Grewal, Gurdial Singh, Jugraj Singh Member, Jeet Singh Member, Hardev Singh, Makhan Singh Member, Jagsir Singh Kothe Surjitpura, Darshan Singh, Kulwinder Singh etc. were present.

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