Hyderpora flyover delay draws flak
We the Srinagarites
GK NEWS NETWORK
The bypass plays an important role for everybody in the modern times. But this vital track on the Hyderpora suburb is in a shocking state as the flyover construction there is not going on at a genuine pace. Otherwise the work would have been accomplished many years ago.
But then on the other hand, elsewhere in the country for that matter even Jammu, we see flyovers and other constructions getting completed within months.
So what happens with Kashmir? Basically, what I feel is that all the funds which Kashmir gets for development are not used fully in the Valley and the work is not carried out in time. Ultimately the funds either lapse or get transferred.
Kashmir is still underdeveloped. The construction of Bypass flyover is not going on in time and I also have the proofs for it in the form of photographs, which I have taken just a few days ago.
One can find the raw materials and machinery available for its construction but we do not have the capable human resource to manage the work efficiently.
In the photographs, we can see all machinery is idle and no workforce there.
The delay in construction of flyover has added to discrimination with Kashmiris. Is Kashmir suffering because of being what many term as a
disputed territory or there’s some other reason?
Citizen journalist Basit Javed
(The ideas expressed are author’s own)
Lastupdate on : Sun, 7 Mar 2010 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Sun, 7 Mar 2010 18:30:00 GMT
Lastupdate on : Mon, 8 Mar 2010 00:00:00 IST
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