Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Bhalla Nasir review progress on 4 lanning of NH

In order to scale back the hold up the Jammu-Srinagar National Highway and supply respite to the commuters from the frequent traffic jams, the Minister for Revenue, Relief and Rehabilitation Raman Bhalla together with Minister of State for Revenue, Nasir Aslam Wani these days conducted a busy tour along the National Highway and took stock of the progress of land acquisition on the sixty five kms long four lanning Qazigund to Lasjan Bye-pass road project.

Commissioner-Secretary Revenue, B.A Runyal, Divisional Commissioner, Kashmir, Dr. Asgar Samoon, District Development Commissioner, Srinagar, Baseer Ahmed Khan, District Development Commissioner, Anantnag, Farooq Ahmed Shah and alternative high ranking officers conjointly accompanied the Ministers.

At Lasjan- Bypass (Budgam), the Minister was informed that out of eleven.7 kms from Gallander to Lasjan, compensation of 10 kilometers has already been disbursed among the landowners, whileas the remaining land acquisition method is in progress.

The Ministers directed the involved officers to planned out the bottlenecks and acquire the remaining land for early construction of road project.

The Ministers later visited Galender-Pampora and enquired regarding the progress of the land acquired for the said project.

They were informed that in Pulwama district, Rs 65.24 crore are disbursed among the land homeowners. They were any informed that Rs 252.02 crore are distributed amongst the 3181 beneficiaries of Anantnag and Budgam districts as compensation.

It was conjointly given out that out of sixty five kms, work on thirty five kms is currently in progress, whereas on the remainder, work are going to be started soon.

During the visit, the Ministers were informed that the compile work of newly Sangam Bridge has been completed and therefore the any work is below progress. The District Development Commissioner, Anantnag informed the visiting team that regarding a hundred and twenty structures are dismantled and work on the project is below progress.

The Ministers conjointly visited Pujtang (Bijbehara) together with NH-I and inspected the progress of the continued land acquisition work.

Meanwhile, Bhalla whereas taking a powerful note of the slow pace of the work on the project directed the involved agencies to expedite the pace of labor on war footing in order that the project is also completed in time. He said whereas an honest portion of land has already been acquired for the project there's no any question of hurdle within the progress of finishing the project.

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