Centre approves grants for Srinagar-Leh transmission line

GK NEWS NETWORK

Srinagar, June 28: Government has extended gratitude to the Centre especially the Union Ministry of Power, for granting approval to the funding of the ambitious and much needed 220 KV Level Single Circuit, Srinagar-Leh Transmission Line under Central Plan assistance, an official statement said. The Principal Secretary, Power Development Department, B. R. Sharma in a communiqué addressed to the Joint Secretary, Union Ministry of Power, Dr. M. Ravi Kanth, while thanking the Centre for ‘in principle’ approval for Srinagar-Leh Transmission Line has said “I acknowledge the receipt of above referred letter with thanks. The Government of J&K is deeply grateful to the Ministry of Power, Government of India, for its vigorous and sustained efforts, which have led to the “In Principle” approval to the funding of the 220 KV Level Single Circuit, Srinagar-Leh Transmission Line under Central Plan Assistance”. The D.O. conveying approval for funds for Srinagar-Leh Transmission Line under Central Plan Assistance has been addressed to the Chief Secretary, J&K, S. S. Kapur by the Joint Secretary, Ministry of Power, Govt of India, Dr. M. Ravi Kanth.

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