CM lays foundation of new Legislative Complex in Jmu
Jammu July 1: Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Friday stressed for joint efforts by the legislators to work towards peace and prosperity of the State.
“We should work together rising above party politics for the speedy progress and development of the State and restoration of permanent peace”, Omar said after laying foundation of Rs 113 crore new Legislative Complex at Jammu.
Omar said the Legislative Complex at Jammu will provide modern facilities to the legislators and Assembly and Council Secretariats. The new complex will provide ample space for the halls of the two Houses, comprising of six storey main building.
The CM asked the executing agency to complete the complex within the prescribed timeline. The new block will have upper and lower basements with a capacity of having parking facilities for 240 vehicles. In minus two level, there will be Assembly Hall with a capacity for 130 members. At minus one level, there will be offices while at main level Council Hall having a capacity for 65 members and accommodation for offices will be constructed.
The existing block will accommodate library, lounge, central hall with 180 seats, auditorium with 300 seating arrangement and galleries with 500 seating capacity.
Among others the function was attended by Speaker, Legislative Assembly, Muhammad Akbar Lone, Deputy Chairman, Legislative Council, Arvinder Singh Micky besides Ministers, Legislators and senior government functionaries.
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