Govt to improve village road connectivity: Saroori
GK NEWS NETWORK
Jammu, Mar 7: The R&B Minister, G M Saroori has said efforts were on to bring the village having population of 250 under the ambit of roads connectivity across the J&K for which centre was providing adequate funding.
After laying foundation at Dedpath for the construction of four kilometre link road up to Kuchan village, Saroori addressed public at Chatroo and said the development set in motion by the former Chief Minister, Ghulam Nabi Azad shall be carried forward to steer the State on progressive line in all fields for all round development focusing special attention on rural connectivity under central funded schemes.
He said four lanning of the Jammu-Srinagar highway, construction of tunnels at Sudmahadev and Chahatroo-Vialo doubling lanning of Batote- Kishtwar Sinthan Road, will ease the distances of region and districts.
About the Singpora-Vialo tunnel, he said the formalities were at final stage and MOU was being signed with the J&K Bank after which the work shall be taken up.
Responding the demands of Chatroo people, he said an amount of Rs. 61 crore was being utilized in Kishtwar under MNREGA scheme during the year 2010-11 and asked the Rural Development authorities to clear all back long payments of the job card holders.
He also distributed laptops among the Headmasters of Government High Schools, Community Television sets among schedule tribe beneficiaries, regularisation orders among 15 ReT Teachers and Rs 8 lakh under Indira Awas Yojana.
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