Baghel inaugurates key projects in Bilaspur

Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel waves to people in Bilaspur on February 25, 2022. (Photo/Chhattisgarh Govt)

Bilaspur: Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel on February 25, 2022, inaugurated the 1620-meter long Tifra Flyover Bridge, Vyapar Vihar Smart Road and a planetarium built at the cost of Rs 107.49 crore in Bilaspur.

In the programme organized at Lal Bahadur Shastri Ground of Bilaspur today, 97 development works worth nearly Rs 353. 56 crore were unveiled. This includes inauguration of 62 works worth Rs 277 crore 31 lakh and bhoomipujan of 35 works worth Rs 76 crore 25 lakh, said a press release of the Chhattisgarh government.

Major development works, which were inaugurated, include Tifra flyover built at Maharana Pratap Chowk on Bilaspur-Raipur road at the cost of Rs.107 crore 49 lakh, Academy building, approach road and boundary wall constructed in the Bilaspur University premise at the cost of Rs.36 crore 56 lakh, 264 houses built for police personnel in Tifra at the cost of Rs.28 crore 48 lakh, the Smart Road from Vyapar Vihar Smart Road Maharana Pratap Chowk to Tarbahar Chowk constructed by Bilaspur Smart City Limited at the cost of Rs.26 crore 83 lakh, and the Planetarium built at Vyapar Vihar at the cost of Rs.6 crore 77 lakh.

The release added that the works for which Baghel performed Bhoomi Pujan in Bilaspur are: automatic multi-level car parking to be built in old bus stand, Bilaspur at the cost of Rs. 10 crore 89 lakh, GIS solution system to be established in Bilaspur smart city at the cost of Rs. 9 crore 99 lakh, construction of 3.5 kms long two-lane road from Mangala Bhainsajhar to Deendayal Colony, Lokhandi Railway Gate at the cost of Rs. 5 crore 61 lakh, renovation work of 9 roads in Kota development block under Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana (PMGSY) to be done at the cost of Rs. 4 crore 85 lakh and installation of hybrid solar power system to convert existing street and auxiliary lights into dual feed with solar provision for various roads in Bilaspur at the cost of Rs.3 crore 77 lakh. (Press Release)

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