End drainage works by Mar 2013: ERA CEO
Srinagar, Nov 16: Chief Executive Officer, J&K ERA Friday impressed upon engineers and contractors working on 17.6 Km Pohru Chowk-Chanapora and 12.8 Km Bemina Chowk –Fruit Mandi storm water drainage schemes to ensure the completion of work on these schemes by end of current fiscal, an official handout said.
The ERA CEO gave directions while conducting site inspection of the two drainage schemes taken up by the agency under the urban component of its ongoing Multisector Project for Infrastructure Rehabilitation in J&K funded by Asian Development Bank.
“CEO directed engineers, contractors and consultants to speed up pace of work on both civil and electromechanical components to ensure completion of the remaining drainage schemes by end of year,” the statement said.
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