Admin Finalizes Sites for Installation Of Nine Fountains In Srinagar

Srinagar- The Deputy Commissioner Srinagar, Mohammad Aijaz Asad on Monday undertook a tour of several City areas to inspect the pace and progress of various ongoing major Developmental projects. He also took stock of implementation of the directions of the Lieutenant Governor regarding resolving public grievances.

After field visits to different areas, DC finalised the action plan for construction of fountains at nine locations under the National Clean Air Programme.

With regard to the measures undertaken for the beautification of Srinagar City, he visited SMHS Crossing Kak Sarie, Soura and Hawal areas of the district and inspected the locations identified for the construction of Water Fountains at SMHS Crossing Kak Sarie, main Chowk Soura and Mirza Kamil Chowk Hawal.

“Installation of fountains at important heavy traffic volume intersections shall be instrumental in dampening the environmental pollution” Aijaz Asad Said.

It is pertinent to mention, the DC is the Chairman of the District Level Committee for NCAP.

He also directed the R&B department to complete the repair works on the road coming under the sewage project and ensure that the road is made fully operational for vehicular movement within five days.

He also inspected the works undertaken for 60 MLD In-fall Pumping Station being carried out by NBCC under Comprehensive Sewerage in Zone 3rd of Greater Srinagar at Ali Jan Road . Officials were directed to ensure in-fall, outfall Pumping Stations are made fully operational before the set deadline.

The DC also visited Batamaloo area to inspect the cleanliness and sanitation measures undertaken by the Srinagar Municipal Corporation.

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