Intensify collection of user charges: Tara Chand tells civic bodies
Srinagar, Oct 25: Deputy Chief Minister, Tara Chand Thursday said collection of user charges should be intensified by the civic bodies of Jammu and Srinagar cities.
“Emphasizing on proper land use management, the Deputy Chief Minister asked the officers to utilize their resources judiciously. He asked authorities of SMC and JMC to intensify collection of user charges,” an official handout said.
The Deputy Chief Minister stressed the officers to ensure strict implementation of building permission and take corrective measures against the violators as per the standing norms of building Permission Act. He said Jammu and Srinagar Master Plans are being reframed with a view to accommodate all the basic needs of the people and directed officers to implement strictly the Master Plan provisions in both the division.
Minister of state for Housing and Urban Development, Nasir Aslam Wani was also present in the meeting. Senior officers from SMC, JMC, SDA, JDA, Housing Board, UEED, UDAK, JUDA, LAWADA and Urban Local Bodies were present on the occasion.
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