DDC Sgr reviews developmental works


SRINAGAR: Deputy Commissioner, Srinagar Dr Farooq Ahmad Lone accompanied by Sub Divisional Magistrate (East) Srinagar Tehsildar North and other Revenue officials today visited Ishber Nishat.

During the visit, the DDC directed for development of park in the area besides removal of encroachments from Kahchari/State Land.

The Deputy Commissioner also visited Urban Health Centre and MMC Zakoora. He directed to the concerned to prepare estimate for re-construction of the gutted floor of Mini Maternity Centre Building.

Later the DDC reviewed the progress of disbursement of relief under   Prime Minister’s Development Plan. He directed all the Tehsildars to upload account numbers of all the pending cases immediately as NDMA has fixed 31st March,2016 as cutoff date for the purpose.


Rain forecast: DDC Sgr reviews preparedness of departments

 In view of rain forecast   by the Meteorological Department, the Deputy Commissioner Srinagar convened a meeting today in his office chambers and reviewed preparedness of departments to meet any eventuality including   dewatering of waterlogged areas.

Among others, senior officers from Srinagar Municipal Corporation, Mechanical Engineering Department, Public Works Department UEED, Fire and Emergency Services attended in the meeting. 

The meeting was informed that the concerned departments have made all arrangements and are ready to meet any eventuality in case of heavy rain fall. The concerned functionaries informed have kept standby men and machinery for dewatering to drain out water from inundated areas if any. The Deputy Commissioner directed all the Departments to ensure timely dewatering in the water logged areas of Srinagar City.

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