Div Com reviews City development
Suggests roping in of volunteers for Shalteng traffic regulation
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, July 12: In a bid to streamline traffic at Shalteng, a congested junction on the City suburb which connects to north Kashmir, the Divisional Commissioner Dr Asgar Hassan Samoon on Tuesday suggested that civil society volunteers be roped in for the traffic regulation.
Officials said the suggestion was made during a high level meeting chaired by the Divisional Commissioner while Vice-Chairperson, Srinagar Development Authrority, Dilshada Khan, District Development Commissioner, Budgam, Muhammad Rafi ,Chief Engineer ,UEED and the members of the civil society were also present on the occasion.
Samoon also discussed measures to “beautify Srinagar City, control the traffic pressure, providing of drinking water to the people of the city, particularly of the peripheries, replacing of damaged electric poles with new ones and supply of timber to the needy consumers particularly of the people of downtrodden.”
“The Divisional Commissioner, Kashmir earlier visited various areas of District Budgam, including Humhama, Bemina ,Sapdan where a number of people including some delegations met him and put forth their problems of drinking water etc,” an official spokesman said.
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