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Dr Jitendra reviews developmental works of Udhampur- Kathua- Doda
7/2/2020 11:46:31 PM

Early Times Report

Jammu, July 2: Union Minister Dr Jitendra Singh today reviewed development works in Udhampur-Kathua-Doda parliamentary constituency, including the status of various national projects in the region in the aftermath of COVID pandemic.
In a Virtual meeting with the Deputy Commissioners and senior officials, Dr Jitendra Singh discussed the progress of various ongoing projects in the six districts of Kathua, Udhampur, Reasi, Ramban, Doda and Kishtwar.
One by one, the various ongoing major projects in the region were reviewed and ways to expedite their progress were deliberated upon.
As for Kathua district, it was revealed that the work on the first - ever Seed Processing Plant is complete and will become functional in a few weeks. Similarly, the work on North India’s first ever Bio-Tech Industrial Park, which has got delayed due to COVID, was also nearing completion and is now on the verge of becoming functional in near future. The work on the Highway Village has, however, been deferred for a while because of the survey being conducted for widening the Pathankot-Jammu National Highway from four lane to six lane.
Meanwhile, the work has started on the Katra- Delhi Express Road Corridor and the land acquisition process has been initiated.
Dr Jitendra Singh issued instructions for expediting the work on the Dayalachak road in Basohli region and the Majalta bridge in Ramnagar, and for planning proposals for investment in the proposed Industrial Estate in Udhampur. The Deputy Commissioner also gave an update about the water supply scheme and the proposed new Bus Stand.
The district administrations of Udhampur and Kathua were also advised to expedite the public demand for Hand Pumps particularly in the wake of ongoing summer season.
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