Work on Achabal-Chattapal road suspended: Sagar
Srinagar, Sep 30: Minister for Rural Development, Ali Muhammad Sagar has said the widening and upgradation of Achabal Soumbran Chattapal road had been sanctioned under PMGSY phase-VI at an estimated cost of Rs. 1886.31 lakhs and the work on the said road is presently suspended due to court stay issued by J&K High Court.
He said upgradation of Wangam Shangus road approved under NABARD is motorable. He said Dethu-Cherpora is black topping surface and is motorable.
This was stated by the Minister in reply to a question by Peerzada Mansoor in the House here today.
STAFF CREATED FOR HANDWARA PMGSY DIVISION
In reply to another question by Chaudary MuhammadRamzan, the Minister said that PMGSY Division Handwara has been created with staff strength of one Executive Engineer, two Assistant Executive Engineers, one Assistant Accounts Officer and one Head Draftsman.
The Minister said rest of the staff both technical and non-technical is to be met from the existing strength of R&B department.
NO RDD OFFICIAL CAUGHT RED HANDED
Minister for Rural Development and Panchayati Raj, Ali Muhammad Sagar today informed the house that no official of Rural Development Department (RDD) Shopian was caught red handed by the Police on March 31, 2011 accepting the bribe.
The Minister was replying to a question by leader of the Opposition, Mehbooba Mufti in the Legislative Assembly.
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