Snail’s pace on Hyderpora drain work
WE THE Srinagarites
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THE Economic Reconstruction Agency (ERA) executing mega drainage project on Bye- Pass National Highway funded by Asian Development Bank (ADB) seems to have abandoned the project.
The 18 months Mega Drainage Project from Tengpora-Rawalpore, Channapora, Pohru and Bemina – Fruit Mandi, started in August 2007 is still incomplete due to lack of coordination and mismanagement.
The projection implementing unit (PIU) and Design and Supervisory Consultants (DSC) are playing blame games with each other which has hampered the Mega Drainage Project.
This drainage project has been cleared for lateral drainage and allied works as well. On spot decision is to be taken on account of allied works coming in the way of drainage project in the public interests. The allied works include making of road to its original position, rebuilding of boundary walls damaged due to construction of drainage project, restoring of water and electricity supply, whatsoever. The project is completing its 3rd year of execution in August 2010 but nothing concrete, so far has been done by the authorities.
The slow pace of work is resulting in inconvenience to the residents of colonies like Lal Ded Colony, Budshah Colony, Gulberg Colony, Mominabad, Shah Anwar of Hyderpora-Rawalpora area. The government should look into the matter.
Lastupdate on : Mon, 19 Jul 2010 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Mon, 19 Jul 2010 18:30:00 GMT
Lastupdate on : Tue, 20 Jul 2010 00:00:00 IST
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