DDC Anantnag reviews progress of projects under AMRUT

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By Fast Kashmir on 25/10/2017.

DDC Anantnag reviews progress of projects under AMRUT

ANANTNAG, OCTOBER 24: The District Development Commissioner, Anantnag, Mohammad Younis Malik today chaired a meeting to review the status of AMRUT implementation in the district.

It is pertinent to mention that storm water management, sewerage treatment, septage drainage system, multilevel parking, beautification, and augmentation of transportation infrastructure are the components under AMRUT which shall be executed at a cost of Rs. 120 Crore.

The STP plant at Mehandi Kadal is having the capacity of 4 million litres per day. It was said that a population of 31000 shall be benefited by this plant and all the household sewerages will be connected to it.

The DDC directed the officers of R&B, UEED, PHE, PDD and BSNL to have a joint inspection and document the details of shifting of utilities, areas which need to be taken initially and submit the report within 20 days. Besides, he also directed all engineering department to complete the tendering process of the patches taken up.

Meanwhile, the DDC directed all the concerned departments to compartmentalize all the projects in small units so that people do not suffer.

It was given out that the dismantling work of the TB Hospital; Jangatmandi is going on as a multi-level parking slot shall come up at the spot.

The meeting was attended by SE Hyraulic, Ex. Engineers of UEED, PHE, PDD, I&FC, CEO MC Anantnag and officers of BSNL.