Fulfilling a long standing demand of the residents from areas of Kadyal, Badyal, Kotli Arjun Singh, Badila and others, the Minister for PHE, Irrigation and Flood Control Sham Lal Choudhary today kick started the blacktopping works for 2 km stretch of road from Kadyal Gate to Kotli Shahdulla. The project is being undertaken under the City Town Plan with an estimated cost of Rs 1.16 crore. The width of the road will be stretched up to 4 meter to accommodate the traffic requirements. Addressing the demands put forth by the locals, Sham Lal announced that keeping in with the demands of the people, the stretch of road will be named after the brave son of the soil, Captain Bana Singh (PVC). He informed the people that works are underway in full swing to create a stable concrete flood resistant wall to overcome the problem of seasonal flooding due to overflowing of river Tawi. The locals also raised the demand for setting up of a Government dispensary in the village Kadyal and for processing of compensation for damages from the floods occurred last year. The Minister assured them that the issue will be taken up with the concerned departments at the earliest. Captain Bana Singh (PVC), concerned officers, various Sarpanches, Panchs and a large number of locals were present on the occasion.
Member of Parliament & BJP former State President Jugal Kishore Sharma, along with State General Secretary Dr. Narinder Singh, State Secretary & District Prabhari Ch. Vikram Randhawa, Ex-MLA Ashwani Sharma, toured Bishnah, Arnia, Rehal and Suhagpur areas of Bishnah assembly constituency. He interacted with the local people, took stock of their day to day problems […]
Deputy Chief Minister, Dr Nirmal Singh today paid homage to martyr BSF soldier Gurnam Singh, who succumbed to his injuries late last night. Dr. Singh expressed deep condolences and sympathies with the family of the soldier who sacrificed his life for the nation. According to officials, the 26-year-old BSF soldier was instrumental in foiling Friday’s […]
Balbir Ram, Vice Chairperson on the Board of Directors of J&K Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Backward Classes Development Corporation, took review of various schemes being implemented by the Corporation, at Corporation Head Office. R.K.Pandita, Managing Director, of the Corporation apprised Vice Chairperson about various schemes which are being implemented by the Corporation, for socio-economic […]