Days after Governor N N Vohra expressed his concern about poor connectivity of roads, the central team deputed by the Union Road and transport ministry is proposed to visit Jammu and Kashmir to review the overall road connectivity in Jammu and Kashmir.
The team will also take a stock of the developments of various roads including Zojila and Jammu Srinagar National High way, sources said.
Reliable sources told KNS that the team will arrive here in next week and visit different areas to review the overall road connectivity and will also check the execution of current projects of roads.
“The transport ministry is concerned about the bad road connectivity of Jammu and Kashmir. The Union transport minister himself has taken the control of the things and is seriously monitoring the projects of centre for Jammu and Kashmir roads,” sources said and added that the team is also proposed to hold the meeting with the Governor NN Vohra.
Sources further said and added that the team will collect inputs on various developments and schemes which have been taken by the Union transport ministry in Jammu and Kashmir. “It will collect the inputs about the progress made with regard to various centrally-sponsored schemes, and will chalk out detailed plan for the better road connectivity,” sources added.