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JAMMU: Minister for Rural Development, Abdul Haq along with MLA Marh, Sukhnandan Choudhary on Tuesday inaugurated Rurban cluster village Gole Gujral comprising small villages such as Trilokpur, Khariyan, Gole Gujral and parts of Hazuri Bagh, which will be developed with the estimated cost of Rs 52 crores in the first phase.
Speaking on the occasion, the minister said that the Cluster village Gole Gujral will be developed under the Syama Prasad Mukhrjee Rurban Mission (SPMRM) which was announced in the Union Budget 2014-15. He told that the Gole Gujral cluster village was recommended by the State Government and the same was chosen by the Central Government which will be developed on modern lines. He also congratulated the people of Marh Constituency for choosing such a dedicated representative who struggled hard to get this single village out of the entire State.
MLA Marh, in his address, asserted that due to the joint effort of State and Central Governments this cluster village will be urbanised by providing all the facilities which the people of urban areas already have. He also said that State as well as Modi led government at the Centre are keen to develop rural areas at par with urban areas. The total cost of the project will be around Rs 100 crore out of which Rs 52 crore will be spent in the first phase. Director Rural Development Jammu, R.K Bhat, ACD Jammu, Tassir, BDO Marh Ranjeet Singh, SDM Marh and Tehsildar Marh were also present.
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