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Wednesday, December 7, 2011

CM opens Amar Shaheed Sainik Mela in Chamoli

Dehradun, December 7
Chief Minister BC Khanduri inaugurated the Amar Shaheed Sainik Mela in Sawaad village in the Devaal development block of Chamoli on the occasion of Armed Forces Flag Day today.
On the occasion, he also dedicated to the people and laid the foundation stones of a number of development schemes worth more than Rs 38 crore.
Addressing a public meeting, the Chief Minister said the state government had taken an initiative to promote corruption-free and clean administration. To make Uttarakhand corruption-free, the government first introduced the Lokayukta Act and to ensure that things work properly under the Act, it also constituted a new department, Suraaj Bharashtachar Unmulan Evam Jan Sewa, he claimed.
He said the government also formulated the Right to Service Act under which public services would be available within the stipulated time frame. He said various amenities would have to be mobilised in the remote hill areas as well as foster development in the villages and promote the construction of roads there to prevent migration from the region.
The Chief Minister reiterated his resolve to foster development in the state and claimed that the government was committed to providing all facilities and civic amenities to the people.
He said the people had been waiting for Kunar Bend-Ghes Motor Road for long and the dedication of this important road to the people was indeed a major achievement.
Karanprayag MLA and chairman of the Garhwal Mandal Vikas Nigam Anil Nautiyal and Pindar MLA GL Shah also addressed the gathering. 

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