Troops to vacate govt, pvt. buildings: DGP
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Jammu, Jan 9: Director General of Police Kuldeep Khoda said Saturday that alternate accommodation to the troopers in lieu of government and private buildings was coming up at several places across the state.
“Many more buildings under this programme are nearing completion and would be handed over to the security agencies shortly. By this way some more departmental and private buildings will be got vacated from the security forces,” he said while reviewing the housing facility for police and security forces here today.
The buildings, according to DGP, are being constructed at Wurnhall, Devsar, Bahibagh in Islamabad district, Midora, Lasipora in Pulwama District and in Handwara.
Khoda said the departmental buildings got vacated so far include Old Court Building at Mehandikadal Islamabad, University Guest House at Hazratbal, Moulana Azad Memorial Stadium at Jammu, Hostel Building of Indian Institute of Hotel Management at Rajbagh, PHE Hut and School Building at Akingam, Departmental Buildings at Verinag, Larno, Batakote, Aishmuqam, Zirpara Bijbehara and Indoor Sports Stadium at Srinagar.
He said that during last two years, the department had constructed more than 500 buildings across the state. These include 6 administrative blocks, 4 district police offices, one sub-divisional police office, 9 district CID offices, 4 district telecom offices, 15 police station buildings, 7 police post buildings, 26 barrack accommodation for policemen, 200 residential quarters for lower subordinates, 200 residential quarters for upper subordinates, 3 SHO quarters, auditorium and battalion headquarters.
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