Mayor JMC, Div Com inspect progress of work at mega facility at Gaushala Nagrota
‘75 % work of phase 1 completed; shifting of bovines to start from May 1’
Jammu: Mayor Jammu Municipal Corporation, Chander Mohan Gupta and Divisional Commissioner Dr Raghav Langer conducted an extensive inspection of the Municipal Cattle Shed coming up here at Panjgrain Nagrota.
Joint Commissioner (Adm) JMC, Pankaj Gupta; Executive Engineer (Project Division) JMC, Firdous Ahmed Qazi along with his team, Municipal Veterinary Officer, Dr Susheel Sharma and other concerned officers were present at the site.
The Mayor and Div Com went around the Complex along with the team and ascertained the quality of the completed portion and the works in progress.
Pertinently, spread over about 97 Kanal area amid hillocks and captivating ambience, the unique and modern Goshalla will have separate sheds for bulls, cows and calves along with a Veterinary dispensary for treatment of sick animals.
A treat for eyes with serene surroundings along with water bodies, the place will also have a solar plant and modern amenities to attract the tourists and pilgrims coming to Shri Mata Vaishno Devi ji Shrine.
Moreover, with its completion, the facility would also supply fresh milk and milk products to Jammu city and adjoining urban centres.
It was informed that an amount of Rs 5 crore has been sanctioned in the first instance to develop the prestigious public asset.
During the visit, the engineering wing of JMC apprised the Div Com about the present status of work on each component of the project and explained the future work plan.