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People allege execution of substandard work by GREF
5/13/2019 11:21:04 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, May 13: The inhabitants of Galhar Bhata today alleged substandard execution of work by the General Reserve Engineering Force (GREF) on Kishtwar-Padder road and sought intervention of Deputy Commissioner Kishtwar with the request to direct the concerned agency to construct the P/walls in cement masonry.
Reports said one Nihal Chand resident of Galhar Bhata submitted a written complaint before DC Kishtwar accusing that GREF agency is constructing Protection Wall on Kishtwar-Padder road at Galhar in dry masonry by use of muddy sand and sub standard material as a result of which the said protection wall collapsed damaging the standing crops of the poor famers.
"The process continues since last year. The GREF once again started constructing/repairing the said protection wall on same analogy," they said.
He stated that despite repeated request, the GREF turned a deaf ear to the concern raised by him. After giving a patient hearing, the DC took up the matter with Officiating Commander GREF and directed him to look into the matter by ensuring that the grievance raised in the application could be addressed.
Similar reports of use of sub standard material by the GREF on Padder road has come to fore from different areas all along the 125 KM road length from Kishtwar to Gulabgah Padder and from Gulabgarh Padder to Himachal Pradesh Boarder and required immediate attention of Higher authorities as the area is not only snow bound, but also prone to deadly accidents and use of substandard material in road construction will further endanger the lives of the daily commuters travelling on these roads.
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