Arzan,Garzan, Malpora dams approved
Srinagar, Oct 27: Asserting that Jammu and Kashmir is on the threshold of a big socio-economic revolution in view of ongoing massive infrastructure development, the Minister for Finance and Ladakh Affairs, Abdul Rahim Rather today announced that the Technical Clearance Committee has cleared revival of Arzan Garzan and Malpora dams at a cost of Rs. 28 crore and Rs. 50 crore respectively.
He said revival of Khanchi Irrigation Kanal has also been approved at a cost of Rs. 9.50 crore. He said on completion these projects would bring a big green revolution in Chari-i-Sharief constituency and adjacent areas.
Addressing a public gathering at Pakherpora Rather said that all commitments made to the people would be fulfilled during remaining three years of the present government.
“People have pinned high hopes with the present dispensation. Their hopes and needs would be accomplished as per their aspirations. Government is abreast with the problems of the people and no stone would be left unturned to mitigate their sufferings,” he said.
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