Announcing the construction of two new buildings at the Government Degree College campus in Una, Thakur said the government will think about developing the institution as a regional centre.
On the occasion, he urged the teachers, parents and students to join hands to curb the menace of drug abuse.
"The growing tendency of drug abuse, particularly amongst the youth is a matter of concern," he said.
Earlier, the chief minister laid the foundation stone of a mini Secretariat in Una, an administrative block of Police Lines in Jhalera and a National Career Service Centre for differently abled persons.
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