Virbhadra claimed Himachal Pradesh has emerged the most developed state among the hilly states in the country and the per capita income has increased to "Rs 1,30,067 from Rs 240 in 1948".
Every village in tribal Kinnaur district in Himachal Pradesh along the China border would be linked by road and the ongoing road construction projects in the district would be completed by expediting the works, Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh said today.
“There is a vast network of roads in Kinnaur but our endeavour is to connect every village in the district by road and works are going on to complete the roads so that the people can derive the benefit and avail the facility of better road connectivity for transporting their agriculture produce to main markets,” he said while addressing a public meeting at Ribba in the district after inaugurating a parking place.
Virbhadra claimed Himachal Pradesh has emerged the most developed state among the hilly states in the country and the per capita income has increased to “Rs 1,30,067 from Rs 240 in 1948”.
He also inaugurated Kashang-Akappa canal in Rarang, completed at a cost Rs 12.44 crore, and laid the foundation stone of Rs 3-crore sewerage plant in Ribba.
The Chief Minister later announced construction of Timchhe Canal, sewerage scheme, adequate funds for renovation of Pandav Temple and upgradation of a police post in Moorang.