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Div Com Kashmir reviews progress of SSCL projects

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Directs for integration of departmental dev projects with SSCL

SRINAGAR: The Divisional Commissioner (Div Com) Kashmir, Pandurang K Pole, reviewed the progress of work on various Srinagar Smart City Limited (SSCL) Projects during a meeting held here.

The meeting was attended by the CEO, SSCL; Officers of SSCL; Chief Engineers of R&B, I&FC, PHE, KPDCL, and other officers.

At the outset, CEO SSCL Athar Amir gave a detailed presentation wherein he projected different issues pertaining to R&B, I&FC, and Tourism departments.

The issues highlighted included left-out spaces under Flyovers, the Development of Sonwar Junction, the Realignment of Convent Road, the Development of Boulevard Road Right Side footpath, the construction of 2nd story of FC Building, Urban development of Nallah Mar Road, the beautification of the flyover besides Jhelum River Front Development, Jhelum Water front development and ghats, renovation of Chinar Bagh and conservation of existing shrines, Raghunath temple, etc.

On the occasion, Div Com directed concerned agencies to work in coordination to complete the pending work of projects in the scheduled time.

He directed concerned Chief Engineers to conduct site visits to take stock of works executed by respective departments and expedite the pace of works. He asked all departments to contact ADDCs for permission related to the shifting of utilities or restoration works.

Moreover, Pole asked officers that all departmental development works should be integrated with SSCL. Besides, he asked them to conduct internal audits of parked and unspent funds and submit the action taken reports.

Also, Div Com stressed that drawings of projects should not be changed frequently and asked officers to contact the third party for evaluation of drawings including NIT, Srinagar, and Polytechnic colleges.

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