The ruins built at a cost of crores of rupees became the focal point for the convenience of the farmers of the border villages
Kalanoor : Kala Guraya and Dostpur of Kalanur block of the border district Gurdaspur have become ruins due to the neglect of the Central Government, prepared at a cost of crores for the convenience of the people of the border area. From time to time.
The foundation stone of the focal point was laid on 9 June 1999 by the then Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal in the Panchayat land of Dostpur village under Kalanaur, which is situated on the banks of the international border between India and Pakistan. At that time gram panchayat Dostpur had planted soil worth Rs 10 lakh in 4 kg of cultivable land of the panchayat and in this focal point the government had constructed a concrete block, three rooms including a community hall and three luxury shops. But later it was taken through its essence. Dairywal Kiran, Fort Nathu Singh, Shahur, Shahur Kalan, Kamalpur Jatt, Kukkar Chhod, Garhti, Choda, Malomua etc. villages in the border area belonging to Focal Point Dostpur were to get facilities through this focal point, it took the form of ruins. have taken
Apart from this, the foundation stone of Village Kala Guraya Focal Point of Kalnaur Block was laid in October 1997 during Shiromani Akali Dal Badal government by Cabinet Minister Sucha Singh Langa in about 30 acres of land of Village Kala Guraya and in this center Mandi Pucca Khet, Petrol Point facilities like pumps, cooperative banks for villagers and farmers, godowns for storing farmers’ crops, workshop for making tractors, etc. were to be provided and educated unemployed youth of the village were to be placed in the said institutions. They were shown the tricks of arranging a job.
The Akali-BJP government of that time had constructed a health center at a cost of crores of rupees in 30 acres of land including five acres of cultivable land in addition to 25 acres of ancient Theh land of village Kala Guraiya. In which 7 rooms, 1 open hall, a garage, two toilets, two washrooms were built. The windows, fans, water tanks, taps, motors, doors etc. have disappeared from the past and the building has taken the form of a forest due to the trees growing in the dilapidated building of this hospital.
In addition, the community hall built in this focal point has four ventilated bedrooms, four toilets, two kitchens and an open hall with good quality doors, windows, fans, switches and other valuables, and the position of the focal point has also disappeared. has disappeared. has gotten worse.
The farmers and intelligent people of the area have strongly demanded from Chief Minister Bhagwant Singh Mann and Rural and Panchayat Development Minister Kulwant Singh Dhaliwal that the focal point created in the Panchayat land of the said villages should be taken so that the people of the border can get the facilities in the said focal points. can go. Talking to Rural Panchayat Minister Kuldeep Singh Dhaliwal regarding the dilapidated centers, his PA said that the meeting is going on.