Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar said on Saturday that historic places in Mahendragarh district would be developed as tourist destinations.
He said that the state government is working in a planned manner for this and added that the reconstruction of “Rani Talab” at Madhogarh Fort has been carried out and the work of “Rani Mahal” is also in the final stages.
An amount of Rs 9 crore will be spent for this work, he said.
The chief minister was addressing a program at Madhogarh Fort on Saturday after visiting Dhosi Mountain, according to an official statement.
Khattar said that Dhosi and Madhogarh have immense potential for tourism.
He said there are plans to develop the Dhosi Mountains as a pilgrimage site and that the King’s Fort of Madhogarh will also be rebuilt in the coming days to attract more tourists.
Khattar said that once these places are developed to promote tourism, it will improve employment opportunities in the region. “In times to come, people from all over will come here to trek,” he said. Regarding the establishment of the Model Industrial Township in Khudana, Khattar said that a meeting will be held soon to hand over the panchayat lands to the Haryana State Industrial and Infrastructure Development Corporation. The cooperation of the villagers is necessary in this regard, he added. The state government wants industries to be created here to provide jobs for people in the area.
Meanwhile, during a rally in the Sohna assembly constituency in Gurugram, Khattar announced development projects worth Rs 125 crore. He laid the foundation stone for a mini secretariat for Tauru and Sohna. An amount of approximately Rs 16 crore will be spent on this project. The CM also inaugurated a community health center and a residential building in Tauru.
It also approved the request to increase the capacity of the civil hospital in Sohna from 50 beds to 100 beds.
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