Libraries to come back up in 28 villages

Libraries to come back up in 28 villages

Tribune Information Service

Parvesh Sharma

Sangrur, February 9

In a giant push to inculcate the behavior of studying, the Punjab Authorities has determined to assemble 28 libraries in numerous villages of the district.

The federal government will spend Rs 30 lakh on every library. On the district library, authorities will spend Rs 90 lakh to improve amenities. The chosen villages the place libraries will come up are in numerous Meeting constituencies that embody Sunam, Dirba, Dhuri, Sangrur and Lehra of Sangrur district.

The opposite villages the place libraries might be constructed, embody Mandvi, Hotipur, Karail, Channo, Batriana, Majhi, Nagra, Bhasaur, Kanjhla, Ladda, Bhullerheri, Gujjran, Khetla, Kamalpur, Lehal Khurd, Raidhrana, Harayu, Badrukhan, Dhadrian, Duggan, Balian, Akoi Sahib, Ghanori Kalan, Balian, Katron, Jakhepal, Phalera and Sheron. “It’s a very good resolution as presently, majority of children waste their time on cell phones. After the development of a library, kids will get high quality materials to learn,” stated Gurwariam Singh, a teenager from Ladda village.

Jaspal Singh, a resident of Akoi Sahib stated aside from releasing the grant, the CM ought to be certain that every penny was utilised correctly. He alleged that previously, crores of grant was misappropriated. “The CM ought to direct his officers to spend sanctioned quantity with transparency. The development of library is an efficient resolution. It can give proper course to kids dwelling in villages,” he stated.

Aside from rural residents, city residents of Sangrur metropolis may even see revamped amenities on the district library. The work to transform this library right into a digital library has already began and is more likely to be accomplished inside few months. “From CMs discretionary fund, we have now acquired Rs 3.7 crore for this venture. Groups of specialists have already began work. All panchayats have provided full assist and thanked CM Bhagwant Mann,” stated Jitendra Jorwal, Deputy Commissioner, Sangrur.

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