Railway Station To Be Disabled Friendly And Green
The Chandigarh railway station will be build disabled friendly and green in the coming fiscal and no new train declared for the city today.
The city station between 500 railway station to be made disabled friendly. An announcement will be consider by Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley in the Budget currently.
The railway station will now provide number of facilities for the disabled people’s. A segregate dropping zone will be earmarked for them at station and also provide other facilities for them are parking area, special washrooms, wheelchairs and a ramp for easy entry and exit, a special ticket counter and helpline for disabled.
Ambala Divisional Railway Manager Dinesh Kumar said that the division had accepted information from the ministry concerning making the Chandigarh railway station disabled friendly and green. He said that the complete information about the funds and other appearance was still awaited.
Budget 2017: Chandigarh Accquires Rs 4312 crore
NEW UT Secretariat structure, brainy traffic management system, working and maintenance of rural sewerage system in 13 villages and sports complexes and multi-level parking at Judicial Academy between the assignments proposed in the budget announced for 2017-18. Although the UT Administration had needed Rs 6,151 crores for this fiscal, the BJP government assigned Rs 4,312.40 crores for Chandigarh, an extends of just 9.51 per cent. At last year, UT got Rs 3,937.79 crores which was extended to Rs 4,268.75 crores as the government gives additional funds for Kajauli waterworks. In This year’s budget mainly focuses more on rural and urban development and maintenance with maturity of the share going to this head.
Centre Informs High Court Flights not to be curtailed from Chandigarh
On Wednesday the centre has poised the Punjab and Haryana High Court and the flights would not be reduced at Chandigarh International Airport since of recarpeting of the runway in March and April and decision take from the Air Force authorities at the local level. The instruction was provided by Assistant Solicitor-General of India Chetan Mittal to a division bench, comprising justices SS Saron, during the continued hearing of a public interest filed by the Mohali Industries Association. Mittal knowledgeable the court that a decision was taken by officer who newly joined the Air Force in Chandigarh resulting in the reduced of flights but that decision has taken back.