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March 11, 2023 9:27 pm

All Smart City Projects To Be Completed Before Apr 15: Com SMC


Srinagar- Commissioner Srinagar Municipal Corporation (SMC), Athar Amir Khan who also heads Srinagar Smart City Project as its Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Saturday said that all the ongoing projects will be finished before April 15.

 The SMC, under the aegis of Commissioner Athar Aamir Khan has assured of completion of the road project before April 15.

 “The clock is ticking and the pressure is on for the SMC to deliver on the ground”, Athar Aamir Khan said adding as the construction workers continue to toil hard, the city is abuzz with anticipation for the G-20 summit.

“Those projects which are important as per the requirement of the G20 summit will be finished before April 15 and the already issued guidelines will be duly followed,” Khan said.

“We are on our toes and our first priority is to finish the projects of Lal Chowk [the heart of the city] at an earliest. If the weather suits our target, it is fixed and we will complete the full project in due time,” Commissioner SMC said.

Talking about the recent scarcity of water supply in Srinagar city, Aamir said that such a situation arises when work is done on any road. “The damaged pipes will be replaced and the water supply will be fixed soon. Our site engineers and technicians are trying their level best not to damage any sort of pipeline, and if it happens, it will get replaced on priority.”

“As the Chief of the Smart City project, I would like to request everyone to have patience and give us some time”, he said.

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