Rs 6 crore to be spent on construction of new community center with modern facilities: Mayor Jiti Sidhu
Dawn Punjab Bureau / SAS Nagar : The community center of Phase 3B1, which has been in a dilapidated condition for years, is going to be rebuilt. The community center will be demolished and construction of a new modern community center (which will look like a marriage palace cum hotel) will be started immediately. Mohali Municipal Corporation Mayor Amarjit Singh Jiti Sidhu today inaugurated the demolition and renovation work of this community center. Senior Deputy Mayor Amrik Singh Somal and Deputy Mayor Kuljit Singh Bedi were specially present on the occasion.
Mayor Jiti Sidhu said that a new community center would be set up here at a cost of Rs. 6 crore which would be magnificently constructed and equipped with modern facilities. There will also be a basement, two hall rooms and a few more rooms and the community center will be fully air conditioned. There will also be a lift to the upper floor and a ramp for the disabled.
Mayor Sidhu said that this modern community center would also have a great impact on the look of the city and as it is located in the heart of the city, its use and convenience would be extended to the entire city.
Mayor Jiti Sidhu said that immediately after the demolition of this dilapidated community center, construction of a new community center would be started here for which a contract has already been awarded.
Mayor Sidhu said that all the promises made by the newly elected Municipal Corporation team to the people of Mohali were being fulfilled at a fast pace. He said that it has been a short time since he took over the charge but his team has been working day and night for the development of Mohali and at the same time the projects are being reviewed so that these projects would be completed in time.
Mohali Municipal Corporation MC Jaspreet Singh, SE Sanjay Kanwar, former MC Taranjit Kaur, Ram Sarup Joshi, Sandeep Singh Kanungo, Jagroop Singh, Harinder Singh Atwal, Col. AS Mavi, Master Madan Singh and residents of Phase III B1 and Phase 3 B2 were present