KHOUR: To provide better health care to rural and border belt of Khour, Deputy Chief Minister Tara Chand on Friday inaugurated Community Health Centre, Khour and dedicated OPD services to the people of the area.
The 50 bedded Community Health Centre (CHC) has been constructed at a cost of over Rs 1,256 lakh and is equipped with 15 KV solar power back up.
While addressing the gathering, Tara Chand said the government has initiated mega projects for upgrading infrastructure in the State, new administrative units have been created and time bound public service has been ensured by Public Service Guarantee Act.
“Improved infrastructure in every nook and corner, effective and prompt public service delivery and taking administration to door step of people are hallmarks of the present government and we have ensured the same by lauching ambitious projects, creating new administrative units and enacting PSGA,” he added.
SDM, Khour Rakesh Kumar, Tehsildars, BDOs, BMO besides other senior officers and engineers of RDD, PHE, Flood Control, PDD and UEED were present during the tour.
The Deputy Chief Minister laid foundation of Degree College Khour. The college is presently running its classes in higher secondary school. The college building would be constructed at an estimated cost of Rs 970 lakh and would be having all modern facilities.
He also inaugurated Sub-Division Magistrate office, Khour Community Hall and PWD Guest House at Chak Malal, four Tehsils, four CD blocks and six Niabats. Tehsil offices at Khour, Pargwal, Kharah and Balli and block offices at Pargwal, Samwan, Khara and Balli have started operating.