DC reviews progress on PMGSY road projects Kathua, Billawar divisions


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Ask the authorities to expedite all the works and achieve targets under fixed timeline

KATHUA, Sept 19: Deputy Commissioner Rakesh Minhas chaired a meeting of concerned officers to review the progress of works under PMGSY sector here at DC office complex today.

It was given out that out of total 256 works approved for PMGSY division of Kathua and Billawar of which 134 were earmarked for Kathua and 122 works were approved for Billawar to provide road connectivity in uncovered areas.

During the appraisal of the progress achieved by both PMGSY divisions, the DC was informed by the XEN PMGSY Billawar that 97 schemes have been completed out of 122 sanctioned schemes and remaining 25 schemes would be completed in said timelines.

Similarly, Executive Engineer PMGSY Kathua apprised the Deputy Commissioner that out of total 134 schemes, 123 works have been completed. He further informed that work on another 11 schemes is going on that would also be completed before the cut off dates.

The DC directed both the Executive Engineers to pace up the speed to complete all works in a time bound manner besides calling for removing bottlenecks to achieve maximum target works within stipulated time.

Regarding the pending works, the DC called upon the concerned officers to fix responsibility of the contractors to avoid unnecessary delays on their part. He also laid thrust on adhering to the quality standards of all works taken up by the executive agencies to get durable assets.

The meeting was attended by CPO and other concerned officers of PMGSY Kathua and Billawar divisions.



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