Dy CM stresses Master Plan implementation
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Srinagar, Oct 30: Deputy Chief Minister, Tara Chand on Saturday stressed on the proper implementation of the Srinagar Master Plan and “chalking out feasible plans for the development of the city keeping in view the futuristic needs of the people”.
An official handout said he was speaking in a meeting while taking a review of the functioning of the Srinagar Development Authority.
The meeting was attended by Director Local Bodies, Khawaja Farooq Renzu Shah, Vice Chairman, SDA, Kifayat Hussain Rizvi and other senior officers of Housing and Urban Development Department.
“The Deputy Chief Minister took a detailed review of the various ongoing projects by the SDA which includes various housing colonies and projects under urban transport,” the handout said.
The Deputy Chief Minister was informed that works are apace in the Bemina Housing Colony Noorbagh Housing colony and ongoing projects of developing the general bus stands at Batmaloo, Pantha Chowk and Transport Nagar Parimpora.
Tara Chand asked the concerned officers to gear up men and machinery to fully utilize the working period and ensure timely completion of the ongoing projects.
He said that better coordination with the line departments avoid undue delays in the completion of the projects.
He directed the concerned officers to make regular field visits and submit weekly action reports to improve the performance on ground.
The Deputy Chief Minister has also stressed on strengthening the enforcement wing of the organization to check encroachments.
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