Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh dedicated various development projects of around Rs. 76 crores to the people of Nalagarh Constituency of Solan district today. He dedicated Khera Nanowal bridge across Sirsa rivulet completed with an outlay of Rs. 6.50 crore and inaugurated Regional Transport Office building at Nalagarh. He also inaugurated Health Sub-Centre, Kanganwal completed with an outlay of Rs 21.24 lakh.The Chief Minister later inaugurated Workers Transit Hostel of Himachal Pradesh Building and Other Construction Workers Welfare Board at Ghansot in Gram Panchayat Radyali constructed with a cost of Rs.4.50 crore.He also inaugurated newly upgraded Community Health Centre Ramshehar and Primary Health Centre Goyla-Panner completed with an outlay of Rs 65 lakh and Rs. 22 lakh Health Sub Centre at Baheri.The Chief Minister also laid foundation stone of Indoor Stadium Kripalpur which will have facilities like gymnasium, badminton Court, snookers, Table tennis etc.He laid foundation stones of a bridge on Dhang Rajpura road across Chinki Khud to be constructed with a cost of Rs.2.74 crore, 10 Check Dams costing Rs.5.10 crore, 28 tube-wells to cost 21.26 crore to benefit eight villages of the area and four water supply schemes of Irrigation and Public Department to cost of Rs.4.30 crore at Bhaatian to benefit 70 villages.He also laid foundation stones of Dhabota Ratyor-Bodla bridge over Mahandev Khud to cost Rs.6.19 crore and Sabji Mandi at Nalagarh to cost Rs. 3 crore.He laid foundation stone of Government Degree College Ramshehar at Rewalsar which will be constructed with a cost of rupees five crore. Besides, he also laid foundation stones of up-gradation of Panthers-Deoli road to cost Rs1.65 crore, link road from Nand to Kathi to cost Rs 85 lakh, Baglehar-Rajwat-Malehni road to cost Rs 2.66 crore and up-gradation of Ramshehar to Nerli Brahamana road to cost Rs 11 crore.