Our CorrespondentLudhiana, September 10After a long time, various schemes developed and maintained by the Ludhiana Improvement Trust (LIT) seem to be in for a makeover. At a meeting of the Trust convened here today, second after new chairman Ram Balasubramanium took over, development works with a cost of more than Rs 4.22 crore were approved. 1 to 56) parking site at a cost of Rs 48 lakh, road works in Block C and D of Rajguru Nagar at a cost of Rs 89.79 lakh and laying interlocking tiles in the parking site of the same scheme at a cost of Rs 49.93 lakh. Auction of properties startsRegistration of bidders for online auction of properties in various colonies of the Trust commenced today from 11.00 am onwards. The LIT has made an offer for sale of 15 built-up booths in Maharishi Valmiki Nagar, seven booths in Kitchlu Nagar, five booths in Shaheed Bhagat Singh Nagar and nine shop-cum-flats in Bhai Randhir Singh Nagar.
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