Mamata to inaugurate slew of development projects today
Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee will lay foundation stones and inaugurate a volley of development projects during a programme at Khudiram Anushilan Kendra on Friday.
The programme has been named as Unnayan-e Bangla and she will lay foundation stone and inaugurate around 300 projects of different departments.
Most of the projects, which will be inaugurated on Friday, have been completed much ahead of the datelines.
It may be mentioned that Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee had directed all her cabinet colleagues to take necessary steps so that the deadline of any project do not get extended unnecessarily.
Moreover, lakhs of people will be benefitted in the next few years with implementation of the projects for which she will lay the foundations stones. At the same time people from across the state will deprive benefits of the development works, which are ready and will be inaugurated.
The projects, which will be inaugurated on Friday, include an agro-chemical plant in Kharagpur, SWAS mobile phone app of the Industry and Commerce department, 43 new concrete roads and several parks those were beautified.
The agro-chemical plant in Kharagpur will be of great help for the farmers in the state. With the setting up of the plant, first off job opportunities were created for both skilled and unskilled labourers. Several experts in the field will be working in the plant and it is a good sign for both the agriculture and industry in the state.
Banerjee will also inaugurate an administrative building of the Women University and a portable water supply project at Bhadreswar in Hooghly.
The people of Bhadreswar and its adjacent areas had been waiting for the inauguration of the portable water project.
With the setting up of the water supply plant, lakhs of people will be benefitted as there will be no more scarcity of safe drinking water.
Banerjee will also be inaugurating 21 branches of the Bandhan Bank from the same programme.
It may be mentioned that hundreds of projects were taken up by the state government in the past four-and-a-half years for an overall development of the state.
After the change of guard in the state, steps were taken to concretise the roads at villages.
At the same time steps for electrification of the villages were also taken and for the development of the school buildings.
A senior official of the state government said that the projects for which the Chief Minister will lay the foundation stone will take the state mainly the rural parts one more step ahead.