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Make street lights fully functional in Jammu city': Advisor Sharma
1/21/2019 11:21:08 PM
Early Times Report

JAMMU, Jan 21: Advisor to Governor, Kewal Kumar Sharma today directed officers to ensure speedy implementation of the various programmes being implemented by State Urban Development Agency (SUDA) maintaining that these have an immense potential of ensuring job creations and also providing the necessary skill trainings to the youth of the state.
The Advisor said this while chairing the governing body meeting of the SUDA here today.
Financial Commissioner Housing and Urban Development, KB Agarwal, Secretary in Housing and Urban Development, Anil Gupta, Directors of Planning and Finance, CEOs of Urban Development Agency Jammu and Urban Development Agency Kashmir and other senior officers attended the meeting.
While asking the agency to constantly assess and monitor the implementation of the several programmes being implemented, the Advisor said these have a high potential of elevating the economic profile of urban poor. He said that they should also ensure proper implementation schemes meant to provide economic support to urban youth for setting up micro enterprises.
While reviewing the implementation of various other schemes, the Advisor was informed that under Self Employment programme (SEP) 3828 individuals stand sponsored, 3000 cases of urban youth stand approved under employment through skill training and placement(EST&P).
Later, the Advisor convened a meeting to review the status of street lights in the Jammu city.
It was attended by Financial Commissioner Housing and Urban Development, KB Agarwal, Secretary in Housing and Urban Development, Anil Gupta, CEO ERA Raghav Ranjan, Commissioner JMC Pankaj Magotra, Chief Engineers of R&B and PDD and other officers.
The Advisor directed the officers to ensure the street lights of the Jammu city be made fully functional and necessary repair and augmentation be also done. He said that the officers should synergies their activities to remove the bottlenecks, if any, so that the people of the city do not face any inconvenience vis-a-viz street lighting.
The Advisor also directed the officers of JMC and PDD to work out an effective mechanism to come up with the comprehensive proposal to further augment the existing network of street lighting besides undertaking necessary repair works.
The meeting was told that around 38050 street lights have been installed in different wards of the Jammu City and necessary repair work has also been undertaken in case of 1725 lights. JMC also projected the issue of having a separate electric division for effective implementation of the new street lighting project and its maintenance.
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