R&B departmentt for more collaborations with JK Bank
GK NEWS NETWORK
Jammu, Jan 17: Expressing his desire to collaborate with J&K Bank in construction of more roads, tunnels and bridges in the state, Minister for Roads and Buildings Ghulam Muhammad Saroori has said Chatroo-Vialoo road would be the shortest route to connect Amar Nath shrine with the rest of states and would also pave the way for pilgrims of Kashmir Valley to visit shrines of Sufi saints in Kishtwar. Saroori said that R&B department desires to collaborate with J&K Bank in some more projects and Chatroo-Vailoo tunnel was being given to the Bank on experimental basis.
He added that former Chief Minister and Union Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad has also played his important role in getting released huge funds from New Delhi for the development of the state. Terming Batote-Kishtwar-Chatroo-Vialoo-Islamabad road as the shortest route to connect Amar Nath shrine with the whole world, Saroori said that once the road will be constructed, all the devotees of Amar Nath shrine would prefer to travel on this road. He thanked J&K Bank Chairman Dr Haseeb Drabu for releasing funds for the construction of Chatroo-Vialoo tunnel.
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