Parmeet Chauhan ( SHIMLA )
Deputy Chief Minister Mukesh Agnihotri while addressing the meeting of Chintpurni Temple Trust at Ghaluwal in Una district today said that world-class infrastructure will be developed for facilitating the devotees at Chinnamastika Dham Chintpurni.
He said that that ropeway and escalator would also be constructed besides improvement of Bharwayi-Chintpurni road.
Deputy Commissioner Una and Chairman Chintpurni Mandir Trust Raghav Sharma gave detailed information about the history of the trust and the developmental projects under construction. He informed that there are 11 members in the trust and its monthly expenditure is Rs 1.28 crore. He informed that work was in progress on 14 projects of Chintpurni Temple Trust and Rs 39 crore were being spent on these projects.
Secretary, Language, Art and Culture, Rakesh Kanwar, Superintendent of Police Arjit Sen, Additional Deputy Commissioner, Dr. Amit Kumar Sharma and senior officers of various departments were also present in the meeting