Gurgaon type development in other Haryana towns: Hooda
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Other towns of Haryana will also be developed like Gurgaon, for which basic amenities are being provided, Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda said on Friday.
"Delhi Metro has reached Gurgaon and soon it will reach Faridabad. Besides, foundation for extension of Delhi Metro up to Bahadurgarh has also been laid. Rewari-Rohtak railway line has already been commissioned," he said, adding Sonepat-Gohana-Jind rail line is under construction. Hooda was speaking at a panel discussion on 'Uncovering Growth Story of Haryana — Gains, Gaps and Goals'.
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