In front of the Assembly races one year from now, Uttarakhand Chief Minister Harish Rawat on Friday propelled various undertakings in his Dharchula voting public and inspected improvement works in the region.
"Upwards of 27 projects, worth Rs. 100 crore, were propelled by the Chief Minister at Dharchula. He established framework stones of 17 ventures and initiated 10 others," an official release in Dehradun said.
Prior, on his entry in Dharchula late on Thursday evening, he held a meeting with senior authorities to survey advancement works going ahead in the area, it said.
"Take a shot at tasks effectively cleared ought to start immediately and must be finished in a period bound way," the discharge cited Mr Rawat as saying.
He likewise requested that authorities concerned begin deal with endorsed street ventures by October.