Punjab Government plans 75 projects at Rs.25,000 crore

CHANDIGARH: The Punjab Government has chalked out an ambitious plan to implement over 75 projects, including expressways, flying clubs, super-speciality hospitals, ring roads and five-star hotels, on which approximately Rs.25,000 crore would be spent.

Mohali district police, in conjunction with the district health department, raided a manufacturing unit in Industrial Area, Phase VII on Tuesday. They were allegedly making spurious food products. The police have arrested Kishan Chand Bansal, his son Sonu Bansal and their employee Suresh Kumar on charges of cheating, criminal conspiracy and offences punishable under the Sections 420 and 120-B of the IPC and Section 16/1/A of the Prevention of Food Product Adulteration and Trade Act. The accused have been remanded in police custody for two days.

Mohali- The Punjab Tractors Limited (PTL) on Tuesday kick started a tree plantation drive in the city. Deputy Commissioner Rahul Bhandari planted the first of 10,000 saplings to be planted under the "Green Mohali' drive at the campus of the Paraplegic Rehabilitation Centre here.

The Emaar MGF company will set up a Knowledge Park in Mohali, said CEO William R Rattazi on Monday. The park would be an integrated township involving an investment of Rs 3,000 crore and similar ventures have also been planned for Jalandhar and Ludhiana. The joint cost of these ventures would be Rs 5,000 crore. While the township will keep space for offices, emphasis will also be given to education, healthcare, hospitality as well as retail.

Mohali, June 09 We have issued a notice to the illegal occupants and if they fail to vacate the land within two days, we will lodge trespassing cases against them GMADA official Almost a year after Prime Minister Manomohan Singh laid the foundation stone of a proposed integrated Knowledge City in Mohali, state officials were in for a rude shock on Monday when they found that the land was still under cultivation.

Sas Nagar- Transporters in Mohali have become so powerful that despite written orders being issued forbidding parking of heavy vehicles at the Phase 2 market, half a dozen buses can be seen parked in the area every day, clearly flouting orders. The cleaning and repair work of these buses also take place in the parking area. The shopkeepers in the market say that if they try to tell the transporters about the rules that are stated clearly on the board at the entrance of the market, they are threatened with dire consequences.

Under an ambitious scheme of the Union government, Mohali will soon become a solar city.

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