PAC reviews Dal conservation
Brari Numbal, Nallah Amir Khan STPs to be commissioned soon
Srinagar, July 20: Public Accounts Committee (PAC) of Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly headed by its Chairman, Rafi Ahmad Mir Friday reviewed Dal lake conservation and took stock of the developmental activities initiated by the Lakes and Water Ways Development Authority(LAWDA) in and around the lake.
“Legislators, Bashir Ahmad Magrey, Peerzada Mansoor Hussain, T Namgyal, Feroz Ahmad Khan, Syed Basharat Ahmad Bukhari and Nazir Ahmad Gurazi were also part of the Committee,” an official handout said.
The Committee among other things also inspected the Sewerage Treatment Plants (STPs) of Brari Numbal and Laam Nishant, Pumping Station and OPN Nursery Spring at Nishat. “At STP Brari Numbal it was informed that the STPs Brari Numbal and Nallah Ambir Khan projects costing Rs. 33.20 crore having capacity of 21.50 MLD are nearing completion and would be commissioned within next two months,” the handout added.
On the occasion, the Vice Chairman, LAWDA Irfan Yasin briefed the Committee about the measures taken by the authority.
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