FATEHGARH SAHIB: As a part of the efforts being made to commemorate 550th birth anniversary of Guru Nanak, the state government had approved a special development project for Fatehgarh Sahib district.
The government will be spending Rs 3.84 crore for the development of Iserhael village, which was blessed by Guru Sahib with his visit. Local MLA Kuljit Singh Nagra said the work has already started under which high tech solar lights are being installed on the road proceeding towards historical Gurdwara Sri Theh Sahib from Fatehgarh Sahib - Chandigarh Road.
The project cost is Rs 2.5 lakh. Special lights will also be installed in the premises of Gurdwara Sahib. Besides, a sum of Rs 4.50 lakh is being spent for park, Rs 5.50 lakh for a gym, Rs 4 lakh for ground, Rs 1.47 lakh for bus shelter, Rs 4.10 lakh for the up-gradation of the school, Rs 10.72 lakh for Dharamshala, Rs 35.89 lakh for sewerage system and Rs 30.66 lakh for the up-gradation of the village pond and beautification of its en catchments.
Besides this special beautification project of the area around the Gurdwara Sri Theh Sahib is also underway.
He said that 'Guru Ka Bagh' which is being developed near Gurdwara Sri Theh Sahib would have mango trees of more than 35 varieties. These mango plants would cover the area of 2.5 acres. Special efforts are underway to conserve the Historical tree of 'karrer' present near Gurdwara Sahib. Moreover, Seechewal Project was also underway which would help in cleaning the sewage water that would flow into the village pond and it would be further used for irrigation.
Nagra said that no stone would be left unturned for the development of this village and it would be highlighted at world level. All the underway projects in this village would be completed soon. He urged the people of this village that they must keep a regular check on the development projects and must contribute for the development of this village.