Taj visits Tral
Govt to explore connectivity between Dachigam-Tarsar, Marsar lakes
Tral, Apr 15: Minister for PHE, Irrigation and Flood Control, Taj Mohi ud Din on Sunday said the Government would explore road connectivity between Dachigam and Tarsar-Marsar lakes to exploit the hidden tourist potential of Tral. He said the project would be examined under PMGSY.
Addressing a gathering here in south Kashmir, the Minister said the present government has embarked upon the development of all regions and areas on equal footing. He regretted that Tral could not take off on the developmental flight due to disturbed conditions in the area but hoped that now on the people would join the development offensive of the government to make their area a developed one.
He said special attention would be paid towards the development needs of the area. He asked people to take extra care while choosing their representatives.
Taj reviewed the developmental scenario in the town in a joint meeting of officers, engineers and prominent citizens. He directed the engineers to complete all the ongoing hydraulic projects in the town on priority. He said Rs 8 crore liabilities generated on account of several projects in the town would be released soon. He directed immediate repairs of protection bund near the local Gurdwara.
Lastupdate on : Sun, 15 Apr 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Sun, 15 Apr 2012 18:30:00 GMT
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