'Wonpora bridge will be thrown open by September'
JAVED ANNOUNCES ROAD FOR SHIMRIYAL
Rohama, (Sopore), Aug 7: Wonpora Bridge being constructed over nallah Vij in Rohama block would be thrown open for public by September while work on Rs 4.50 crore Shalkote-Naribal road is in full swing on which Rs. 87 lakh have been expended so far.
This information was given to the Minister of State for R&B, Javed Ahmad Dar while inspecting ongoing development works coming up at Rohama block in Rafiabad constituency today.
The Minister also took stock of the progress of Rohama-Khamuh-Breman road and was informed that Rs 44 lakh have been incurred on the project so far.
The minister was informed that Rs 1 crore are being expended on macadamization of 4 km Rohama-Breman road, while Rs. 87 lakh stands incurred on macadamization of 2.2 km Humdub-Panzala -Shalkote patch of Shalkote-Naribal road so far.
Javed announced a new road for Shimriyal which has no road connectivity and instructed engineers of R&B to prepare a detailed project report (DPR) of the road. Meanwhile the minister released Rs. 50 lakh as token money and directed engineers to start work on the project.
The minister visited Breman, Naribal, Kutro Naribal, Shalkote, Panzla and Shutloo.
En-route, a large number of delegations met the minister and apprised about their problems. The Minister listened them and assured mitigation of all problems in phased manner.
Responding to the public demand, the minister directed authorities of PHE department to improve the water supply position in Zarimohalla and Dar Mohalla in Balhama Rafiabad.
Engineers from R&B, PHE and Irrigation departments accompanied the minister.
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