Rs 7 crore TRC, 7 huts constructed at Doodhpathri
Doodh Pathri (Budgam), Apr 25: A state of art Tourist Reception Centre (TRC) coming up at a cost of Rs. 3.27 crore at Tangnar, Doodh Pathri tourist destination would be commissioned within five months.
This was revealed during an inspection of various tourism related infrastructure working going on in the Doodh Pathri by a high level team of engineers and officers led by District Development Commissioner, Budgam, Muhammad Rafi.
The construction work on budgeted accommodation comprising 20 rooms at Doodhpathri is also going on in full swing at a cost of Rs. 3.64 crore which is expected to be completed in June 2013. Meanwhile, construction of seve huts has been completed and is ready.
The Chief Executive Officer, Doodh Pathri Development Authority informed the visiting team that on way from Rayar to Doodh Pathri to Shaliganga River, view points, rain shelter shed, parking places and food courts have been constructed for the tourists.
The District Development Commissioner instructed the Engineers of Power Development Department, Public Health Engineering and Roads and Buildings, to complete upgradation of electricity infrastucture, road connectivity and drinking water facility in the Doodh Pathri tourist resort well in advance as the tourism season has set in, adding that intending tourists should not face any inconvenience on this account.
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