SRINAGAR The Divisional Commissioner Baseer Ahmad Khan directed all District Development Commissioners (DDCs) of Kashmir division to ensure that languishing projects are completed on priority.
The Divisional Commissioner stated this while reviewing the status of different languishing projects across the Kashmir Division including Leh and Kargil districts.
He said that a major initiative has been launched by the Governors administration to complete languishing and incomplete infrastructure projects across the State for which an amount of Rs 8000 crore is being spent.
He directed all DDCs to compile a report regarding the languishing and incomplete infrastructure projects regarding water supply, irrigation and flood control, roads, bridges, buildings, electrification, health and other necessary pending projects across the Kashmir division and send the same to the Divisional Commissioners office for further necessary action.
Khan directed Commissioner SMC and Chief Engineer UEED to furnish details of defunct drainage system across the capital city Srinagar so that proper drainage network is created on priority.
The Divisional Commissioner also directed for constituting inter-disciplinary teams in the districts to monitor languishing and incomplete projects so that they are completed on time.
District Development Commissioner Srinagar and VC LAWDA Dr Syed Abid Rashid Shah, CEO ERA, VC SDA, Chief Engineers of R&B, PDD, PHE, I&FC, UEED, PMGSY and Mechanical Engineering Department, Joint Commissioner SMC, Assistant Commissioner and other concerned officers were present in the meeting.
While as other DDCs of the division participated in the meeting via video conferencing.
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