Estimates Committee for timely compensation to land owners
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Aug 11: Estimates Committee today called for paying adequate compensation to the land owners, whose land is acquired for construction of PMGSY road projects.
“The timely compensation to the farmers will facilitate fast acquisition of land”, it observed.
Headed by its chairman, G. M. Saroori, the Committee during its inspection of developmental projects in Chenab Valley districts noted with concern slow progress over the road projects on account of delay in payment of compensation.
The Committee asked the Power Development Department to speed up the execution of RGGVY and replace worn out and dilapidated poles and conductors thereon on war footing.
“The village electrification scheme has not shown any worthwhile progress in remote areas”, it said.
The Committee, an official statement said, conducted inspection of Ganpath bridge, Assar hospital, Chamba road, Nathi tourism complex, Lopa bridge, Shivdal bridge, Thatri bridge and asked the executing agencies to accelerate pace to ensure time bound completion of these projects.
While inspecting Thatri hospital, the Committee called for landscaping of its ground to improve ambience around the health institution.
The legislators Ch. Zulfkar Ali, Ashok Kumar, Indu Pawar, Subash Gupta, Naresh Gupta comprised the Committee members on tour.
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