DC Jammu, Anshul Garg inspects work progress on Ring Road Project
Directs to complete work within stipulated timeframe
Anshul Garg, Deputy Commissioner Jammu, Jammu, Kashmir, Jammu And Kashmir, Jammu & Kashmir
Jammu : Deputy Commissioner Jammu, Anshul Garg today conducted an extensive tour of Sarore, chal Avtara, Naugran, Miran Sahib, Mandal, Gho Manhasan, Karloop and Deyaran area of Subdivision Jammu South, R S Pura and Marh and inspected the progress of work on Ring Road Project.He was accompanied by, Additional Deputy Commissioner Satish Sharma; Project Director YP Singh; SDM Jammu South, R S Pura, Marh and concerned Tehsildars, besides Engineering wing of National Highway Authority of India and other concerned officers.During the tour, the Deputy Commissioner visited various locations including like the starting point of the Ring Road and other locations and inquired about the progress of work there.The NHAI officials briefed the Deputy Commissioner about the present status of work on prestigious road project and also informed about future work plan. It was informed that work is in progress on various phases of Ring Road Project.
The concerned official apprised the Deputy Commissioner that the work is at different stages of completion.Meanwhile, the Deputy Commissioner also reviewed the progress of land acquisition and disbursement of compensation and was informed that land acquisition and disbursement of compensation amount has almost completed.The Deputy Commissioner directed concerned officers to complete the early disbursement of compensation so that 100 % disbursement of amount for land compensation is made to the land owners whose land has been acquired. He also directed the concerned officers to provide enabling conditions for smooth execution of work on the project.The Deputy Commissioner directed the NHAI officers to expedite the pace of work and emphasized on early completion of the road construction work so that it could be thrown open for general public at the earliest. He also gave targets for completing the various stretches of the Ring Road Project. He further asked the concerned officers to engage more men and machinery to speed up the work progress. He also instructed them to formulate weekly, monthly work completion plans.