Chhattisgarh stops construction works of all major projects due to Covid-19 situation with immediate effect
Cancels tenders issued for new assembly building
Chhattisgarh government takes tough measures for austerity, even New Rajbhavan and CM Construction stopped
Raipur 13 May 2021 In view of the circumstances arising in the state due to coronavirus infection, the Chhattisgarh government has stopped construction works of all major projects with immediate effect and also decided to take even more stringent measures for austerity.
In this regard, extending the measures already being taken, the construction work of new Raj Bhavan, Assembly House, CM House, Ministers and Senior Officers, New Circuit House under construction in Nava Raipur has now been stopped with immediate effect. Bhoomi Pujan of these works was done on 25 November 2019.
The state government has instructed all departments on April 26 that, like the previous year, austerity should be exercised in the financial year 2021-22. Now even further, on the instructions of Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel, the major construction works in Nava Raipur have been stopped with immediate effect.
The Chief Engineer of Public Works Department has issued orders to the concerned contractors to stop the construction work of new Raj Bhavan, new CM House, Ministers and senior officials, new circuit house under construction in Nava Raipur with immediate effect. Along with this, the previously issued tenders for the construction of 245 crore 16 lakh and 118 crore works for the construction of new assembly building in Sector-19 have been canceled with immediate effect.