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MD JKPCC inspects development works in Baramulla district

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Srinagar: Managing Director, Jammu and Kashmir Project Construction Company (JKPCC) Limited, Rajesh Kumar Shavan, today inspected various ongoing development projects being executed in Baramulla during his extensive tour to the district.

MD, while taking stock of work on Julla Bridge at Uri being constructed with an estimated cost of Rs. 735.91 lakh under Languishing project scheme, was informed that the sub-structure of the bridge has been completed. He directed the concerned officer to ensure remaining work on the project is completed within the set timeline.

He inspected construction work on Jetty Bridge which is being raised by JKPCC with an estimated cost of Rs. 2984.12 lakh under the languishing project scheme. He issued on spot directions to the General Manager and Deputy General Manager to sort out the issues hampering execution of the project so that the bridge is completed at the earliest.

MD, during his inspection to Degree College Boniyar being executed with an estimated cost of Rs. 1392.00 lakh, asked for expediting the pace of progress on the work for timely completion. He also inspected construction of the Tourist Reception Center at Salamabad Uri which is being established with an estimated cost of Rs. 863.00 lakh under Swadesh Darshan programme.

MD inspected construction work on the Medical College at Baramulla being executed with an estimated cost of Rs 11349.00 lakh. He asked the executing agency for ensuring that all quality parameters are maintained while executing timely construction of the project.

MD was accompanied by GM JKPCC, Kashmir and other senior officers and officials during the visit.

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