Rs 59 cr being spent in Gurez Valley
Bandipora, June 27: Government is spending Rs 59 crore on various developmental activities in Gurez assembly segment of this district in the current financial year.
Deputy Commissioner Bandipora Manzoor Ahmed Lone stated this while addressing an officers’ meeting in Gurez the other day.
Lone said funds had never been any constraint in carrying out developmental activities in the district. “Every village is being connected with motorable road, every child is receiving education and every individual is provided with health services near to their home,” he said.
He said work is going on over 107 schemes at the cost of 58 crores in the tehsil. “Over Rs 12 crore has been incurred on the ongoing developmental schemes,” he said. He said that auditorium at a cost of Rs 56 lakhs in the district would be ready within few months.
The Deputy Commissioner said that Rs 1.20 crore were being spent on the model village Bodogam.
Lastupdate on : Sun, 27 Jun 2010 21:30:00 Makkah time
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