3 yrs on, CHC Tanghdar still incomplete
Karnah, May 27: Despite passing of three years, the construction work on the new Community Health Center at Tanghdar here is yet to be completed.
Sources said the executing agency, Jammu and Kashmir Police Housing Corporation, had failed to meet the deadline for the completion of project.
“The work on CHC was to be completed in two years, but the agency has failed to meet the deadline,” sources said, adding the work, which was going on at snail’s pace was stopped in 2010 due to some unknown reasons.
According to locals, the sub-district hospital building was in dilapidated condition. “The 2005 earthquake caused extensive damage to the building,” they said, adding the building had become unsafe for patients and the staff.
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