Expedite work on Sgr-Kargil-Leh road widening: Chief Secretary
Srinagar, May 27: Chief Secretary, Madhav Lal today asked the Border Road Organization to expedite the widening work of two lane Srinagar- Gumari- Kargil– Leh Highway-1D road project.
Addressing a meeting to review the road widening project, Madhav Lal said major portion of the land acquired by the State Government had been already handed over to the BRO.
He asked all the Deputy Commissioners to speed up the remaining land acquisition cases within the shortest possible time. Madhav Lal directed the Divisional Commissioner, Kashmir to convene a separate meeting with PDD to sort out the issue of shifting of distribution lines coming in the way at certain road segments.
The meeting was informed that total land acquisition required for the project was 1916 kanals and 10 marlas falling in 57 villages of three districts, out of which 1610 kanals and 2 marlas was already handed over to the Border Road Organization.
It was given out that Rs 82.77 crore had been received from BRO by deputy commissioners of Ganderbal, Kargil and Leh which, includes Rs 72.19 crore received by Ganderbal district, Rs. 6.36 crore by Kargil and Rs. 4.22 crore by Leh district. Out of which an amount of Rs 46.96 crore were disbursed among the land holders which include Rs. 38.94 crore were disbursed by Ganderbal, Rs.4.89 crore by Kargil and Rs.3.13 crore by Leh districts , the meeting informed.
The meeting decided that the bottlenecks on 13 kilometers in Ganderbal district, 22 kilometers in Kargil district and 9 kilometers in Leh district of the project would be cleared by sorting out the issues.
Financial Commissioner Revenue, Pramode Jain, Divisional Commissioner, Kashmir, Asgar Samoon, Deputy Commissioner Ganderbal, Showkat Ahmad Mir, Deputy Commissioner Kargil, Deputy Commissioner Leh, Chief Engineer VIJYAK, Anil Kumar, Col. Haraish Kumar from BRO, Senior officers of GRIEF and Collectors of land Acquisition of three districts were present.
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