Jammu: Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha on Wednesday visited Baramulla and Bandipora in connection with the on-site inspection of Transit buildings at Fatehpora Baramulla and Bandipora.
LG Sinha directed the officials and the construction agency to complete the project immediately and without any delay.
He familiarized himself with the progress of the work being carried out in the above two places and emphasized that the work should be completed on time.
Deputy Commissioner Syed Sehrish Asghar and other administrative officials accompanied the Governor in Baramulla.
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He interacted with the officials and engineers of Baramulla and Bandipora.
The relevant deputy commissioners informed the governor about the progress of work in energy, water supply and other branches.
Dr. Arun Kumar Mehta, General Secretary; Pandurang K Pole, Divisional Commissioner, Kashmir; Vijay Kumar, ADGP Kashmir; Vijay Kumar Bidhuri, Commissioner of Revenue/Secretary to Government; Dr Sehrish Asghar, Deputy Commissioner Baramulla; Dr. Owais Ahmad, Deputy Commissioner Bandipora and other concerned officials were present.
On December 12, DC Bandipora Dr Owais directed the concerned executing agency to prepare manpower and machinery and speed up the pace of project work on war footing and complete it as soon as possible.
Earlier in February this year, the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) had announced that 6,000 transit houses would be created in Kashmir at a cost of Rs 920 crore, along with restitution of land to Kashmiri migrant applicants over the past five years.
The Ministry of Home Affairs has responded to a parliamentary query on the number of properties restored to Kashmiri Pandits in the last five years, whether there is an organization that monitors and monitors the status of these properties, and whether there is an organization that monitors the status of these properties. The state took ownership in the absence of the owner.