Hadkhola the native village of CM Pushkar Dhami in Pithoragarh district to get facelift.

BD Kasniyal
GG News Bureau
Dehradun, 12th July. With the anointment of the new Chief minister of Uttarakhand the erstwhile sleepy village Hadkhola is witnessing flurry of administrative activities in the Pithoragarh district these days.
Hadkhola in the remote border district of Pithoragarh is the native village of the new CM Pushkar Singh Dhami and with his fresh anointment to the highest political post in the state the town has gained the ne found attention of the district administration.
The administrative officials have begun the exercise to give the village a facelift and our interacting with the villagers to resolve their day-to-day problems.
To provide basic facilities to the villagers of Hadkhola a multipurpose camp was held in the village to address their problems.
“We have from today resume the sequence of our Multipurpose camps that was stopped some two years ago due to Corona epidemic in Hadkhola village of Didihat subdivision the native original village of the chief minister,” said Anand Swaroop, district magistrate Pithoragarh.
According to the district magistrate, over a dozen officers from various from Jal Sansthan, Jal Nigam, social welfare, agricultural Horticulture, Forest, Revenue and health department take a stock of the problems being faced by the villagers and aLater a DPR of long term projects will be prepared to resolve all pending issues with immediate effect.
According to DM, the tender for construction of a linking the village with road to Kanalichina village road has already been invited. “The road construction is our priority as the chief minister is expected to visit his native village in near future,” said KN Goswami SDM Didihat and in charge of multipurpose camp.
Over 27 families are living in chief Ministers village at present while most of the families have migrated due to shortage of basic facilities .” The initiative has been taken by district administration itself and has begun organizing the multi-purpose camps in the CMs native village from today.
The villagers demanded the road connectivity to their village as only five kilometer more road is left to be constructed.
According to villages the main problem of the village is link road which has been construction only hoti 3 km and needs more 5 km to construct.
“If the road is constructed it will help the farmers to transport their agriculture and horticulture produce to the markets with convenience, said “said PS Dhami, an ex-serviceman from in Hadkhola village.

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