[Economy]: Minister Showkutally Soodhun Saudi Arabia Offers RS 18 BILLION To MAURITUS For The Project Of Heritage City

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Deputy Prime Minister regretted that in Mauritius we say “falsehoods” about him while elsewhere a prince recognizes his skills.

Showkutally Soodhun, Minister of Housing and Lands, announced that Mauritius will benefit from funding from Saudi Arabia to the Heritage City project. “We have the records soon and everything will go very quickly,” said the minister at a ceremony in honor of the elderly, Dookhun residence, Bonne Terre, Sunday.

The project will be spread over 336 acres, next to the triangle Ebony, south of Apollo Bramwell. The National Assembly, the prime minister’s office and eight major departments will move there. If, initially, the Mauritian government will not have to pay a penny, he must pay a rental over a period of 20 to 25 years. The roads that will be built there will be four lanes. The buildings will be intelligent and the concept of e-government will be integrated.

Showkurally Soodhun said that it is the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, Mohammed Salman bin Abdulaziz al Saud, who announced his decision to his country to finance Heritag e City and the country will soon receive US $ 500 million (Rs 18 billion).


The Minister Soodhun also indicated that Emirates Airlines will help his district for the construction of a pool of Rs 40 million. Moreover, it will be a member of the Hajj committee with the Prince Salman.

Regarding the arrest of Hassenjee Rohumally and his wife Farihah, the government maintains that the number 3 can not prevent people from talking and regrets that Mauritians do not recognize its merits. “The police did its job. People speak lies to me. A prince recognized my skills, while in the country, there are some who tell falsehoods about me, “he says.

The wife of the Prime Minister, Lady Sarojini Jugnauth, also intervened. She wants seniors guide young prisoners scourges like drugs, alcohol and tobacco. “These three ailments are associated with rape, prostitution and theft,” she says.

The Minister of Public Infrastructure, Nando Bodha, meanwhile, announced the hiring of drivers and controllers by national transportation company. “The Road Development Authority will start the construction of a road at a cost of Rs 600 million in the South and National Development Unit will build drains shortly,” he explains.

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