Omar reviews Dal dev-rehab works
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, May 21: The Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah, on Friday chaired a high level meeting to review the Dal development works and rehabilitation process of Dal dwellers, an official spokesman said.
He said the Chief Minister directed the Lakes and Water Development Authority (LAWDA) to expedite work and ensure that first batch of families, who were being shifted from Dal are able to get allotment of plots in Rakh-e-Arth within 7 days.
He emphasized that all necessary measures should be taken for construction of proper roads, providing of electricity and water facilities in the colony, so that those people who are being rehabilitated do not face any difficulty.
He directed the LAWDA to focus their attention more on development of lake and asked the Deputy Chief Minister to explore the possibility of involving the Housing Department for development of colonies in more organized manner.
The Chief Minister also directed LAWDA to install more aerators around the lake.
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