Speaker visits Sonawari, inspects development works
Srinagar: Speaker Muhammad Akbar Lone Thursday conducted a tour of Sonawari constituency and inspected several developmental works under execution in the area. He also visited Sumbal, Hakbara, Parribal and Banyari villages.
Lone also inspected the pace of work on construction of Government Degree College (GDC) Sumbal and Parribal Bridge—coming up at a cost of Rs. 13.70 crores and 2.39 crores respectively.
The Speaker directed the Deputy Manager, JKPCC to speed up the pace of work on all ongoing works and complete the construction work of first floor of the college building during the current fiscal. He also directed officials to speed up the construction work of Parribal Bridge and complete the same by the end of September.
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