Mughal Road to be commissioned by March 2013
PRESS TRUST OF INDIA
Jammu, Apr 12: Mughal Road, connecting Kashmir with Jammu region as an alternative highway, would be formally commissioned by March 2013.
Mughal Road's expected date of completion has been shifted to October 2012 and target date of formal commissioning to March 2013, officials of Public Works Department said.
The stretch connects south Kashmir's Shopian district with Jammu regions' Poonch district.
The project retraces the route traversed during the Mughal era, while traveling from Lahore to Kashmir via Rajouri and Poonch border districts over a century ago.
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