Div Com conducts city tour, reviews pace of development projects

Srinagar

Divisional Commissioner Kashmir, Baseer Ahmad Khan, today conducted an extensive tour of Srinagar city and reviewed the progress of various ongoing developmental works undertaken by different government agencies.

Deputy Commissioner Srinagar, DIG Police, Director Education, Commissioner SMC, General Manager JK Housing Board, Engineers, R&B & PDD, ARTO, Officers, Revenue, Health, Police and other concerned officers accompanied the Divisional Commissioner.

Divisional Commissioner Kashmir conducted an extensive tour of Srinagar City.

The Divisional Commissioner inspected macadamization works at different spots in the city.

Baseer Khan also reviewed new Harwan Bridge, which is completed at an estimated cost of Rs. 2.68 crore along diversion road. He also inspected Chandipora Bridge.

The Div Com visited Mini Maternity Centre cum Hospital which is getting constructed at an estimated cost of Rs. 12.83 crore. Baseer Khan was informed that the completion date of the hospital is April 2018. The Div Com praised JK Housing Board and directed the officers to ensure judicious use of funds, besides expediting pace work of the hospital construction for its timely completion.

Reviewing the construction work of additional blocks of JLNM Hospital Rainawari, the Div Com directed the engineers to complete the wok within the fixed deadline so that the public gets benefited. The blocks are getting constructed at an estimated cost of Rs. 14.18 crore.

Div com visited Community Halls at Radapora, Khanyar and Jamia Masjid, Nowhatta where he was informed that the works would be completed at an estimated cost of Rs. 1.95 crore and Rs. 1.87 crore respectively by R&B Department. He directed the engineers to speed up the pace of construction work so that these centers will be open for the public soon.

Khan visited Nawa Kadal Degree College and inspected the site of Academic cum Science Block. The new block would be constructed at an estimated cost of Rs. 5.84 crore. He directed the JK Housing board to start the development work in the college.

Div Com inspected the Mechanical Segregator for Municipal solid waste at Achen dumping site, which was commissioned today at a cost of Rs 1.75 crores. He praised SMC for this achievement.

Khan also visited the site for New Drug De-Addiction centre at Dr. Ali Jan Road and directed the officials to start the work immediately.

Div Com inspected Parimpora new Bus stand and directed the officials to shift all utilities within three weeks of time.

Later Khan visited Teacher Bhavan at Bemina which is getting constructed at a cost of Rs. 7.51 crores by JK Housing Board. He directed the engineers to complete the remaining work immediately so that it will be handed over to the DSEK.

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