Adhere to rates, quality of bricks: Div Com
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Nov 24: Divisional Commissioner, Kashmir, Dr Asgar Hassan Samoon directed the officers concerned to ensure that bricks are sold at the government approved rates without comprising quality standards. The Div Com was speaking at a meeting chaired by him and attended by Deputy Commissioner Srinagar, Mehraj Ahmed Kakroo, DC Pulwama, Shafat Noor, DC Islamabad (Anantnag), Kifayat Hussain Rizvi, and DC Budgam, Muhammad Rafi.
The meeting was also attended by representatives of RTO Kashmir and State Road Transport Corporation.
It was informed that rates of ‘B’ class bricks have been fixed at Rs 3100 per thousand and Rs 4100 per thousand for ‘A’ class bricks. The additional charge of transportation of bricks has been fixed at the rate of Rs. 37.35 per Kilometer and is chargeable for a load of 3000 bricks per truck.
Dr. Samoon in pursuance of Rule 6 of SRO 152 has constituted a high level committee comprising of Deputy Commissioners of Pulwama & Budgam and Chief Engineers R&B, Mechanical Engineering, Directors, CA&PD and Industries, General Manager, SRTC and representatives of All Kashmir Brick Manufacturers Association, in order to regulate the quality standard for bricks being manufactured in Kashmir Division.
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