Chief secretary reviews issues related to Gurez Valley

Principal Secretary, Finance Department, Principal Secretary, Health & Medical Education Department, Principal Secretary to Chief Minister,

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Jammu, Publish Date: Nov 18 2017 12:47AM | Updated Date: Nov 18 2017 12:47AM
Chief secretary reviews issues related to Gurez ValleyGK Photo

Chief Secretary, B B Vyas Friday chaired a meeting here to review the status of important issues relating to the Gurez Valley.

Principal Secretary, Finance Department, Principal Secretary, Health & Medical Education Department, Principal Secretary to Chief Minister,

Commissioner/Secretary Public Works (R&B) Department and other senior officers attended the meeting.

Divisional Commissioner, Kashmir, Deputy Commissioner, Bandipora, Chief Engineer, PDD (M&RE) Kashmir and other senior officers attended the meeting via video conferencing, an official handout said.

Stock and supply position of essential commodities, status of health care facilities, electricity supply to Gurez valley and adjacent areas besides progress on the road connectivity front was discussed in the meeting.

Chief Secretary directed the Divisional Commissioner, Kashmir to hold fortnightly meetings to review progress on all relevant aspects as far as Gurez Valley is concerned and submit periodical reports to the office of the Chief Secretary.

To address road connectivity issues especially related to Bandipora-Dawar-Chackwali road, Pethakut-Kanzalwan and Kangan-Barnoi roads, the Chief Secretary asked Commissioner/Secretary, PW(R&B) and Divisional Commissioner, Kashmir to take up with the concerned executing agencies to expedite time bound up-gradation of these roads.

He directed submitting a status note in this regard.

On the electricity front, Chief Engineer, PDD (M&RE) Kashmir, informed that steps have already been initiated to connect Gurez Valley with Power Grid for which PDD is in the process of tendering out the project.

Principal Secretary, Finance informed that as regards requirement of funds for operating DG sets to supply electricity to the Gurez Valley and adjacent areas is concerned, 100% funds have already been released for the purpose to PDD. He said besides releasing the Rs 4.75 Crore projected earlier by the Department, Rs 1.15 Crore were also released as additional funds by the Finance Department.

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