Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh today dedicated developmental projects worth Rs 25.84 crore to the people of Churah and Chamba assemblies constituencies. Besides inaugurating five major bridges, the Chief Minister dedicated many road projects and an Ayurveda health institution to the people at Churah.The Chief Minister inaugurated the additional block of HPPWD rest house at Bhanjraru completed with an outlay of Rs 60 lakh, 19.75 metres Pangola nallah bridge on Pathankot-Banikhet-Chamba-Tissa road completed with an outlay of Rs 94.53 lakh and steel truss bridge over Shakti Nallah on Tissa-Seikothi-Jhajjakothi road completed with a cost of Rs. 1.36 crore. He inaugurated beam bridges over Parved Nallah on Tissa-Seikothi-Jhajjakothi road, over Amred Nallah completed with an outlay of Rs 55.40 lakh and over Dhanju Nallah completed with an outlay of Rs. 50 lakh. It is pertinent to note that the foundation stone of these bridges was also laid by him in the present government regime.
He also laid foundation stones of up-gradation of 27 kilometres Tissa-Seikothi-Jhajjakothi road at, Colony Mod, Bhanjraru to cost Rs. 8.40 crore, construction of Nera-Maindka-Thalli road to cost Rs. 4.68 crore and Ayurveda dispensary at Bhanjraru to cost Rs 48 lakh. Later in Chamba, the Chief Minister inaugurated the Chamba Bus Terminal completed with a cost rupees five crore and flagged off bus service and also inaugurated the newly constructed Ghoom-Janjla road completed with an outlay of Rs 2.67 crore.Virbhadra Singh hoisted the 133 feet monumental flag near DC office Chamba. This is one of the tallest monumental flag hoisted in the state. Besides, he also dedicated the Lakhdata Park near DC office Chamba to the public.The Chief Minister also unveiled the statue of Babasaheb Bhim Rao Ambedkar near Gandhi Gate Chamba and offered tribute on his 126th birth anniversary. He also unveiled the statue of Mahatma Gandhi at Gandhi Chowk, Chamba.