Zaina Kadal bridge work reviewed
SAGAR TOURS SHAHER-E-KHAAS
Srinagar, Nov 13: The Minister for Rural Development, Panchayati Raj and Parliamentary Affairs, Ali Muhammad Sagar Tuesday toured Srinagar to review status of the development works under execution even as he asked the concerned to gear up work on Zaina Kadal bridge repairs, an official handout said.
The Minister was accompanied by officers of Srinagar Municipal Corporation, Power Development Department, R&B, Irrigation and Flood Control departments.
The Minister while “inspecting the pace of work on the restoration of the old Zaina Kadal bridge on heritage pattern directed the officers to expedite the work as soon as possible.” He also visited the historic tomb of Budshah and directed the concerned authorities to carry out beautification of the area and its catchments.
The Minister also inspected the pace of work on KZP and Syed Mirak Shah road projects and directed the concerned to ensure that these are completed within the stipulated time period.
Sagar also paid visit of Government Gousia Hospital Khanyar and inspected its functioning.
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