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Government committed for development of hard areas: Himachal CM
Himachal's Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh has said that the State Government was giving given added attention for providing roads, drinking water, electricity, health, educational institutes and other basic amenities to the people of hard, remote and tribal areas of the State. He was addressing a public meeting at Kwar in Shimla district, today.

He said that the State Government had formed Sub-Cadre for all tribal and hard areas of the State in which Dodra-Kwar Sub-Division, Jabal, Khabal, Pekha, Tangnu, Janglik, Dundi, Mehala, Sindasli, Dagoli, Rohal, Ranol, Kharshali, Gaonsari, Diswani, Dakgaon panchayats of Chauhara Block of Rohru Sub-Division in Shimla district, had also been included.

It would be ensured that all functional posts in various departments were filled in tribal, hard and far-flung areas. The government was according priority to fill all vacant posts in such areas so as to ensure speedy development and better facilities to the people.

Chief Minister said that out of five gram panchayats of the area, Kwar, Dodra and Dhamwari had been provided road facility whereas efforts would be made to connect remaining Jiskoon and Jakha panchayats with road before next winters. He said Jiskoon and Jakha panchayats would also be inter-connected with road facility.

He announced construction of  new building for Government Senior Secondary School (Girls), Kwar and Rest House at Kwar. He said motorable road would be constructed upto Sewa Dogri from Naitwar in Uttrakhand which would provide all weather road facility to the people of Dodra and Kwar. He also directed for soling of road from SDM office to helipad ground within six months.

Chief Minister said Senior Secondary School had been sanctioned for Jiskoon which would be made functional from next academic year.   

Singh said that it was Congress Government which provided road facility to the Dodra-Kwar. He accused the previous BJP Government for completely neglecting the development of hard areas like Dodra and Kwar.

Earlier, the Chief Minister paid obeisance at Kwar-Jakha Devta temple.

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