Pinjore, 31 October (Nis)
Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar said that along with Shri Mata Mansa Devi Temple, Shri Kali Mata Temple Kalka will also be developed as a grand temple. He said that for the convenience of the devotees, a parking lot will be constructed on the land adjacent to the Kalka temple. Kali Mata Temple Kalka is a symbol of faith of the devotees, devotees come here to have darshan of Mata. In view of the high movement of vehicles on the Old Pinjore-Parwanoo Road, parking arrangements will be made soon so that the devotees coming to the temple do not face any inconvenience in parking their vehicles. Chief Minister Manohar Lal was on a visit to Pinjore on Tuesday. He instructed the concerned officials to start the process of parking construction as soon as possible. Earlier, he inspected the Amravati Bridge located in Pinjore on Chandigarh-Shimla Highway and took stock of the damage caused by rain. The Chief Minister directed the concerned officials to prepare a detailed action plan in this regard soon so that such incidents do not happen again in future. On this occasion, Deputy Commissioner Sushil Sarwan, Municipal Commissioner Sachin Gupta, ADC Varsha Khangwal, former MLA Latika Sharma, Kali Mata Mandir Kalka CEO Ashok Bansal and concerned officials of other departments were present.
Sardar Patel architect of unity: Khattar
Pinjore (Nis): Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar said that Iron Man Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel was the architect of India’s unity and the Central Government under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi has paid a true tribute to him by constructing the Statue of Unity. The Chief Minister was addressing the people after flagging off the Run for Unity organized at Trident Hills Pinjore on the occasion of Sardar Patel Jayanti. On this occasion, Assembly Speaker Gyan Chand Gupta, Mayor Kulbhushan Goyal, former MLA Latika Sharma, Municipal Council Kalka Chairman Krishna Lamba were present. The Chief Minister flagged off the Run for Unity amidst the slogan of Bharat Mata Ki Jai, infusing new energy among the children and youth. Thousands of participants ran with enthusiasm and passion.