Visits Jhelum Rajbagh Riverfront, Spends Memorable Moments With People
Srinagar- Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor, Manoj Sinha said on Wednesday that his government’s prime objective is to restore the historical glory of Srinagar and create infrastructure that improves quality of living for all the citizens and to provide better and improved urban services.
Sinha made these remarks while visiting the Jhelum Rajbagh Riverfront on Wednesday and spending a few memorable moments with the people, an official spokesperson said.
The LG, he said, enquired about the works and directed the CEO, Srinagar Smart City to establish a visiting room and other facilities like Library and reading room for the students.
“The Jhelum Riverfront captures the grandeur of the city, the river, joy & enthusiasm of the people, and the walk along the river is rejuvenating and an experience not to be missed,” Sinha said.
He praised the vibrant ambience and commendable work done by the SSCL.
“In the coming days, the Jhelum Riverfront will attract more visitors and provide a high quality of life for citizens. Other development works are also tapping the vast potential and vitality of Srinagar city,” the LG said.
He also told the officials that the collective effort should be to make the city come alive and improve infrastructure for people.
“Our prime objective is to restore the historical glory of the city, create infrastructure that improves quality of living for all the citizens and to provide better and improved urban services,” Sinha added.
Commissioner SMC and CEO Srinagar Smart City Athar Amir Khan, the spokesperson said, briefed the LG on the works for the development of the Jhelum Riverfront.
Pertinently, Jhelum Rajbagh Riverfront stretch, under Srinagar Smart City, has been transformed into a world-class public space with facilities like walkways, cycling, green space, free wifi, universal access and numerous activities. Hashtag art along with other artifacts have also been installed on the Riverfront.
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