SRINAGAR The divisional administration has sought the timely release of compensation to those whose land has come under different road projects in Srinagar.
This was stated during a meeting of the road projects which was undertaken by the Divisional Commissioner, Baseer Ahmad Khan. Baseer chaired the 247-th High-Level Committee (HLC) meeting of Syed Mirak Shah (SMS) road, Khanyar-Zadibal-Pandach (KZP) road and other developmental works of Circular road project to review the rehabilitation and disbursement of cash compensation to the people whose structures and land has come under the Project.
The meeting held a discussion with evidence regarding the land, structure and shops acquisition on SMS Road, KZP Road, Critical Bottleneck Structures on SafaKadal Jamallatta Road, Widening of Bottlenecks of BuchporaHazratbal Road (Phase-1), Community Centre Namchibal, Community Centre Babademb, Community Centre Mir Masjid Khanyar, Critical Bottleneck Structures on Safa Kadal Jamallatta Road, Widening of Bottlenecks of Buchpora Hazratbal Road (Phase-1), area widening at Peer Dastageer Sahib, area widening at Community Centre Jamia Masjid Nowhatta and Govt Boys Middle School Kailashpora.
Allotment of shops for dislocated shopkeepers of Syed Mirak Shah Road in SMC Shopping Complex at Khayam and Allotment of shops for dislocated shopkeepers of Qamarwari Chowk in ERA complex at Ram Bagh.
The Divisional Commissioner also interacted with affected families and shopkeepers. After mutual understanding, cash compensation and allotment of shops were approved in various cases in favour of affected beneficiaries whose land, structures and shops come under the different works of Circular road project.
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