Omar reviews status of mega projects in JK
DIRECTS FORTNIGHTLY MONITORING BY CS
Jammu, Dec 8: Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah Thursday reviewed the physical and financial status of Big Ticket Projects presently under implementation in Jammu and Kashmir.
On the occasion, the CM directed for monitoring of all the mega-projects under execution in the State by the Chief Secretary on fortnightly basis. He said that his office should get the status of the physical and financial progress of these projects on every 1st and 15th day of the month.
The CM also directed for formulating comprehensive DPRs for the new projects being launched in the State in various sectors. “You should incorporate all the aspects of the requirements in the detailed project reports so that funds are allotted accordingly and execution goes on smoothly”, he added. The Chief Minister also stressed on dovetailing the facilities to take best advantage of the funds available under various schemes.
The CM received project-wise appraisal of district hospital complexes, super specialty hospitals at Srinagar and Jammu, 200-bedded additional ward block of L.D. Hospital, Srinagar, and 200-bedded maternity hospitals at Jammu and Srinagar.
The CM also reviewed status of construction of Mini-Secretariats in the newly established districts of Bandipora, Shopian, Kulgam, Ganderbal, Samba, Ramban, Reasi, Kishtwar. He took detailed brief about the projects in Tourism, Higher Education, Technical Education, Sports, Revenue and R&B. He also took stock of the status of work on the construction of 4-laning of Highway project from Lakhanpur to Srinagar.
It was stated in the meeting that the OPD blocks of district hospital Kishtwar, Reasi, Baramulla and Kulgam district hospitals have been completed while as work on Ganderbal, Kathua, Rajouri and Bhaderwah district hospitals is in progress.
It was stated that 99 percent work of supper speciality hospital Jammu has been completed and it is likely to be fully completed by March 2012. The work on Institution of Traumatalogy, Srinagar is also in progress and 58 percent of it has been completed.
While reviewing the progress on the launch of two flyovers one each at Srinagar and Jammu city, the CM was informed that the bidding process for both the projects would start in January 2012.
The CM also received status of progress of work of the under construction degree colleges, polytechnic institutions, ITIs and playfields. He ascertained the progress on widening of Boulevard Road in Srinagar besides upgradation of 4-laning of Satwari-R.S.Pora road, convention centre at Jammu, new legislature complex at Jammu and construction of 4th bridge over River Tawi.
The CM also received progress on the establishment of two Central Universities at Jammu and Ganderbal. The meeting will continue tomorrow to discuss progress in other sectors.
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