Mian Altaf visits far flung areas
Inspects progress of PMGSY road net works
Srinagar, May 6: The Minister for Forests Environment and Ecology, Mian Altaf conducted a whirlwind tour of the rural area of his constituting and inspected the pace of progress of works of various road works taken under Prime Minister Grameen Sadak Yojana PMGSY, an official spokesman said on Sunday.
He said the Minister visited Kangan, Naranag, Akhal, Hyen,Kachnambal, Revile, Kalaspattai, Gutli Bagh, Basti, Banjer, Nuner, Cowbagh, Kulan, Butkulan, and other areas and got on the spot got feed back of the progress.
Minister, according to the spokesman, was briefed by the Engineer about the latest position of the roads. He was said that 16.14 Kms Kangan -Narang under PMGSY is coming up at cost of Rs 15.17cr , while till date Rs.9.97 cr have been spent on this project and it is expected that the construction work of the road may be completed by March 2013. He was further informed that 7.45 Kms long Akhal- Hyen road under Ist stage is being constructed at a cost of Rs. 2.47 cr and so for, Rs 1.1 cr have been spent on this project.
The construction work of the road will be completed by September 2013, while the work under the second stage is under progress at an estimated cost of Rs 3.8 Crores.
After concluding one day hectic tour of far-flung areas, that have not been yet connected by blacktopped roads, the Minister asked the concerned Engineers to expedite the work so that the people of these neglected areas may be able to avail the traffic facilities at their door steps.
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