Government providing 2.75 marla plots to families dislocated from Jhelum banks

SRINAGAR: The government is proving sheltering space to urban poor families dislocated from both sides of river Jhelum from Dubji Ghat to Cement Bridge, Pandrethan, Athwajan and Tschoent Kul, a government spokesman said. Besides families shifted temporarily from Parimpora to Sumerbugh are also being rehabilitated at Rakh-i-Gundi Akhsha in Budgam.

Cindering City: In the old city, where Jhelum’s serpentine movement passes through the droop dwellings, people say, the flowing water isn’t the same.

It was said that the Srinagar Development Authority (SDA) has already identified 106 kanals of land at Rakh-i-Gundi Akhsha, a meeting presided over by Divisional Commissioner was informed.

The Div Com directed the verification committee headed by SE Hydraulic Srinagar to finalize the task of verification of the left out families by October 29, 2017.

Besides, families who were temporarily shifted from Parimpora to Summerbugh will also be included in the survey list for verification of their genuineness. It was said that DC Srinagar will finalize the list of these beneficiaries.

The Div Com said that 2.75 marlas plots will be provided to each dislocated urban poor family at Rakh-i-Gundi Akhsha.

He directed the R&B Department to prepare a Detailed Project Report (DPR) with prototype design of the Cluster Township at Rakh-i-Gund Aksha within 10 days so that the dislocated families can be appropriately rehabilitated. He instructed that essential facilities be incorporated in the DPR.

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