JK prioritizes road projects for NABARD funding
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Sep 30: Minister for Rural Development, Ali Muhammad Sagar on behalf of Chief Minister informed the House that the government has prioritized 479 road projects and recommended for NABARD RDIF XVI funding during 2010-11, out of which 290 schemes only were sanctioned.
This was stated by the Minister while replying to a question by Radhey Sham Sharma in Legislative Assembly today.
The Minister said three road projects under NABARD of Nowshera constituency have been sanctioned which include construction and upgradation of Rajpora to Kamala Kote, Sai to Bakerwal basti and Middle School Dabbar to Shahjamal road.
The Minister also gave detailed information about physical and financial achievements registered for upgradation of road connectivity during last two financial years under State and Centre plans in Nowshera constituency.
Replying to another question by Basharat Bukhari regarding present status of road projects being executed in Sangrama constituency, the Minister said that upgradation of Gohan Bandibal-Faqirbagh road, Tapper Kalantra-Choora Kreeri-Sheikhpora and Seer Chankhan-Sangrama roads have been prioritized for upgradation under PMSGY.
He said at present NRRDA, Union Ministry of Rural Development has put on hold upgradation programme under PMGSY, adding that as soon the rider is lifted, the DPRs for upgradation would be submitted.
The Minister said that detailed project reports for upgradation of Bandibal-Faqirbagh, Puthkhah-Seer Sangrama via Wogub Krankshivan Panzipora-Tarzoo Ningli-Hathishah-Chankhan, Tapper-Kalantra, Daulpora via Nowpora Chinned and Wagila Kachumuqam Masjid Angan roads are under process of preparation. He said the detailed project report for upgradation of Tapper Kriri Baba Reshi road via Sheikhpora Salam Dedar including Choora Kriri and Chankhan-Seerjagir roads has been prepared at an estimated cost of Rs. 1050.85 lakhs and Rs. 264.69 lakhs respectively. He said possibilities shall be explored for their assured funding.
Lastupdate on : Fri, 30 Sep 2011 21:30:00 Makkah time
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