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Contracts and purchases worth more than 620 crores approved

Chandigarh, July 15 (Trinew)
In the meeting of the High Powered Purchase Committee (HPPC) and the High Power Works Purchase Committee held under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Manohar Lal, the purchase and contract of about Rs 620 crore 88 lakh was approved. About Rs 15.47 crore has been saved by fixing the rates after negotiation with various bidders in the meeting. Agriculture Minister JP Dalal, Power Minister Chou Ranjit Singh, Transport Minister Moolchand Sharma and Minister of State for Revenue and Disaster Management Anup Dhanak were mainly present in the meeting.
10 agendas of Irrigation, Haryana Vidyut Prasaran Nigam Limited (HVPNL) and Uttar Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam (UHBVN) in High Power Purchase Committee and 4 agendas of Public Works (Buildings and Roads) and Public Health Engineering Department in High Power Works Purchase Committee Went. All agenda items were approved. The contracts and procurement processes approved in the meeting included the strengthening work of Sirsa-Ludesar-Bhadar road in district Sirsa and construction of two-lane road from Panchgaon to Farrukhnagar via Jamalpur in Gurugram. Similarly, construction of 100 bedded State Institute of Tuberculosis and Cardiopulmonary Diseases at Ambala city, renovation and upgradation of water works at Hansi Town, district Hisar, repair of old waterworks and construction of 8 MLD water treatment plant, 20 KVA and 10 KVA distribution Purchase of transformer, construction of 220 KV transmission line connected to IMT Kharkhoda in Rohtak area, construction of 220 KV substation at IMT Kharkhoda (Pocket-A) and 220 KV substation at IMT Kharkhoda (Pocket-B), Sonepat etc.
Gate jam of Delhi’s ITO barrage will be investigated
Taking quick cognizance of the posts coming on social media and the news received through various mediums about the 5 gates of Delhi’s ITO barrage being jammed, Haryana Chief Minister Manoharlal has ordered the formation of a two-member high-level fact-finding technical committee in this matter. . The Chief Minister has ordered that the matter be investigated thoroughly and the report be submitted to him within 24 hours. Two Engineers in Chief have been made members of the committee. Chief Minister Manoharlal said that in this matter, the Haryana government wants to know the truth about the non-opening of 5 gates of ITO barrage with full impartiality. The Chief Minister said that the Haryana government is seriously engaged in providing relief to the flood-affected people. He said that almost all the states of North India have suffered huge loss of life and property due to floods.

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