Community drainage project approved for Samoon colony, Solina: Salman Sagar
Srinagar: The Jammu and Kashmir National Conference youth leader and Municipal Councilor from Solina, Salman Ali Sagar, today visited Samoon colony Solina in uptown Srinagar.
While touring the municipal ward, he made stopovers at various places, particularly Samoon colony, where the local residents expressed gratitude to him for his proactive role in getting the long pending demand of having a community drainage system in the locality approved.
It is germane to mention that the much-needed project will come up at the cost of Rs 36 Lakhs. The work on the project will start in a week’s time.
They further stated that the predicaments suffered by them were finally taken notice of by the concerned councilor, Salman Sagar, who took keen interest in the project and proactively followed it as well for its approval.
While interacting with the local residents, Salman said, “Accumulation of rainwater on roads severely affected the lives of commuters and increased the probability of accidents. The severity of risk is high in this area, particularly during winters and rainy seasons. I’m hopeful that the project will be completed within time so that the local populace is able to take a sigh of relief,” he said.
On the occasion, Salman Sagar was accompanied by In-charge ward Abid Wani and other functionaries.