Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur will give gifts worth crores to the second capital of the state, Dharamshala on January 19. On this day, CM will inaugurate and lay foundation stones of development schemes worth more than Rs 250 crore in Dharamsala, of which Rope-way Dharamshala is prominent. With the operation of the ropeway, tourism sector will increase in Dharamsala and employment opportunities will also increase. This was stated by the MLA of Dharamsala, Vishal Nahariya in the press conference.
The MLA said that the present situation of Corona is worrying. As soon as the situation becomes normal from the point of view of Corona, then after getting CM Jai Ram Thakur to visit Dharamshala again in the month of April, after laying the foundation stones and inaugurating development schemes of about Rs 1000 crores, gifts will be given to the people of Dharamshala. The MLA said that on January 19, the CM will inaugurate the war museum being built in Dharamsala for the last four years, with which it will be opened for tourists. Tourists will get a chance to see the creations related to the three armies in the War Museum. Not only this, CM Jai Ram Thakur will also inaugurate the building of Forensic Science Lab along with Environment and Pollution Control Board in Dharamsala on 19th January itself. At the same time, CM will also inaugurate the parking built in Dharamshala.
300 crores to the International Convention Center
MLA Vishal Nehria said that an amount of Rs 300 crore has been received simultaneously for the International Convention Center to be built in Dharamsala, the second capital of the state. International Convention Center is an important project for Dharamsala, which has been approved. With the construction of this center, Dharamshala will emerge as an important destination of the country and the state. During this, Mayor of Dharamshala Municipal Corporation Omkar Nehria, state BJP media in-charge Rakesh Sharma, Chief Minister’s media coordinator Vishwa Chakshhu and district media in-charge Narayan Thakur were present.