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Mayor starts renovation work of Janj Ghar Sector 23*

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*Chandigarh, March 5:-* Aiming to enhance the infrastructure and facilities of the Janj Ghar at Sector 23, City Mayor Kuldeep Kumar has started the renovation work at a cost of Rs. 2 crores in the presence of Ms. Anindita Mitra, IAS, Municipal Commissioner, Sh. Daman Preet Singh, area councilor, other councilors, officers of MCC and prominent persons of the area.

While addressing the gathering, the Mayor said that the civil work will focus on revamping the flooring in the main dining hall, corridors, rooms, and kitchen area. Additionally, attached washrooms will be constructed in consultation with Architect to improve convenience for the general public. Water-proofing treatment will be applied to the roof and toilet block, and the main hall will be made echo-proof with improved aesthetics. An open kitchen will also be constructed for the use of the general public and the existing toilets will undergo renovation.

He said that new plumbing fixtures will be provided, as well as constructing inspection chambers and manholes to ensure proper disposal of grey water. The electrical work will include rewiring, installation of light fixtures, ceiling fans, and split AC units to enhance the overall electrical infrastructure and functionality of Janj Ghar.

The Mayor further said that the Janj Ghar holds immense importance as a community center, and it is the duty of MCC to ensure that it offers the best facilities and amenities to residents. This renovation project will not only improve the infrastructure but also enhance the overall experience for visitors.

Earlier, the area councilor Sh. Daman Preet Singh welcomed the Mayor and other dignitaries in the programme. He said that the MCC has carefully planned the renovation work to address the needs of the public. The aim of this project is to create a modern and accessible space for everyone to enjoy. This project shall be completed by January 2025, he added.