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JAMMU: Member Parliament (Rajya Sabha), Shamsher Singh Manhas, while chairing a meeting with officials of Urban Environmental Engineering Department (UEED), has stressed to construct undeveloped Nallahs for proper drainage system.
He said many areas of city are facing improper drainage system particularly in rainy season. Under Mission Swachh Bharat Abhiyan started by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, these undeveloped Nallahs would be constructed soon, he said.
He alongwith officials of UEED inspected two main Nallahs in Ward No 59 near Bawa Sidh Goria Mandir Paloura.
Manhas directed Rajan Sharma, Xen UEED to prepare detail project report of Nallah starting from Bawa Sidh Goria Mandir to its tail end.
Another Nallah starting from Government Dispensary which is passing through thick vicinity would be covered and constructed so that people of area get proper drainage system.
The estimated cost for construction of these two Nallahs is approximately Rs 2 cr and funds are available with concerned department.
Manhas reiterated that BJP Government at Centre is committed for holistic development of State and started many development programmes under Swachh Bharat Abhiyan Mission. He disclosed that another park would be constructed at Lower Roop Nagar near Tiny Tots School. For construction of park, an underground Nallah would be constructed from pond to flush out the rainy water.
On this occasion UEED officials, BJP activists Jai Singh, Bahadur Singh, Radhey Sham and prominent people of area were present.
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