Jammu: Peoples Democratic Party Minister was too candid to admit the governments failure to regulate traf-fic in Srinagar city on Monday.
Minister for Roads and Building, Syed Altaf Bukhari Mon-day admitted that that government has failed to give respite to the people from the frequent traffic jams and he even said that no significant breakthrough has been achieved so far as far as developmental issues in Srinagar are concerned.
Talking to reporters after reviewing the pace of work on various developmental projects including new assem-bly complex in Jammu, Syed Altaf Bukhari said that he is dismayed over the way traffic is being handled in Srina-gar. I dont have any qualms to admit that so far we have failed to give Srinagar a requisite respite from fre-quent traffic jams. Similarly on other developmental is-sues in Srinagar, I agree that no significant breakthrough has been achieved so far, Bukhari said.
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