Ensure dedicated transport service to Court Complex Moominabad: Div Com to RTO
SRINAGAR, JULY 04: Divisional Commissioner Kashmir, Baseer Ahmad Khan, today directed RTO Kashmir to ensure dedicated court specific public transport facility to District Court Complex (DCC) Moominabad.
The Divisional Commissioner made this direction while reviewing the progress of work and other co-related infrastructure issues concerning the DCC Moominabad.
The meeting was informed that six vehicles are plying to and fro from Jehangir Chowk to Moominabad area.
The Divisional Commissioner directed RTO Kashmir to ensure that ten vehicles should ply exclusively and dedicatedly on this vital route immediately so that people do not face difficulty regarding the transportation to the district court complex.
Regarding the cleanliness in and around the court complex, Khan directed Commissioner SMC to deploy additional manpower to the area for proper and regular sanitation drive.
Commissioner SMC informed that a joint survey has been conducted by Traffic Advisor to Government, ascertaining the feasibility on the installation of traffic signals and construction of rotary traffic circular near the district court complex.
The Divisional Commissioner asked the Traffic Advisor to submit Topographic Survey within two-days to Commissioner SMC for necessary action.
Engineers of UEED informed that the STP stands installed and are presently on trial run.
For identification and construction of tea and coffee shop in the premises for judicial and staff members, Khan directed Superintending Engineer R&B to prepare a proposal immediately so that the construction work can be started soon.
For beautification and landscaping of district court complex premises, it was also informed that DPR worth Rs 1.64 crore had been already submitted to concerned authorities for necessary action.
Additional District and Sessions Judge, Traffic Advisor to Government, RTO Kashmir, Additional Deputy Commissioner Srinagar, Commissioner SMC, Chief Engineers of UEED and PHE, Director Floriculture, Superintending Engineer R&B, Assistant Commissioner (Central) and other concerned officers were present in the meeting.