Chanapora drain work to be started soon: SMC
Srinagar, July 20: The Srinagar Municipal Corporation (SMC) has assured that work on Chanapora drain would be started soon, an official handout said.
“The meeting of Committee on Petitions (PC) Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly was held here under the chairmanship of MLA Kafeel-ur-Rehman and discussed the petition received by the Assembly Secretariat from Rose Lane Colony Chanpora regarding construction of drain,” the handout said.
“Threadbare discussion was held on the said petition. The Srinagar Municipal Corporation (SMC) informed the meeting that Rs. 1.5 crore project has been prepared for the purpose and construction work on drain at Rose Lane colony Chanapora will be taken up in hand soon,” it added.
“Keeping in view of the urgent public importance, the Chairman of the Committee directed the SMC to start the construction work of the drain on priority. The Committee recommended for release of funds for the purpose,” it added.
Legislator, Indu Pawar besides Commissioner SMC Dr GN Qasba, other senior officers and engineers of SMC and Assembly Secretariat attended the meeting.
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