Progress of power projects reviewed
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Apr 20: Principal Secretary, Power Development Department, Sudhanshu Panday toady chaired a high level meeting of PDD engineers and reviewed the projects under Prime Minister’s Reconstruction Programme.
The meeting was attended by Chief Engineer, S&O Wing Kashmir, SE, S&O Circle 1st and 2nd and Executive Engineers TLCDs, Grid stations and representatives of firms/companies.
While taking stock of the pace of the progress, the Principal Secretary asked all the concerned agencies to complete all the on-going projects within the stipulated time.
He also directed the firms to engage more workforces for speedy up the construction activities of the said projects.
On the occasion, the Chief Engineer S&O Wing, Kashmir gave a power point presentation on all the under construction Grid stations/Transmission lines, an official statement said.
The Principal Secretary PDD reviewed the physical progress of PMRP ongoing projects coming at a cost of Rs 739 crore earmarked for Kashmir division out of revised estimate of Rs 1351 crore for J&K.
During the meeting, the Principal Secretary was informed that out of 13 Grid Stations, 9 Grid Stations including 320 MVA, 220/132 KV Mir Bazar, 320 MVA & 100 MVA, 220/132/33 KV, Budgam 220/132 KV Zainakote, 132/33 KV Pampore, Tethar, Khonmoh, Magam, Vilgam Lissar etc. have already been commissioned while construction work on the remaining Grid Stations is under progress.
He was informed, that 80 percent execution work of Shopian and Bandipora Grid Stations is completed while 160 MVZ and 50 MVA/220/132/33 KV Delina, Amargarh will be completed soon and is expected to be commissioned in the month of May, 2012. He was also told, that installation of transmission lines under the project is under progress and Rs. 54701.05 lakhs is being spent on these projects Including 132 KV Lessipora-Shopian (15 kms)132KV Badampora-Bandipora,132 KV Sagam (Lissar) Transmission line (13 kms), 132 KV single circuit Transmission line over Pir-Top etc.
Meanwhile, the Principal Secretary directed the Engineers of the department to redress the grievances about the pending financial bills of the companies.
Lastupdate on : Fri, 20 Apr 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Fri, 20 Apr 2012 18:30:00 GMT
Lastupdate on : Sat, 21 Apr 2012 00:00:00 IST
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