Omar inspected the land for the university during his
visit to Ganderbal and directed the Deputy Commissioner to
restrict acquiring of proprietary land for the purpose to
minimum possible extent, an official spokesman said today.
The Chief Minister also inspected various ongoing
developmental works including mini secretariat for Ganderbal
district, which was carved out of Srinagar recently. The new
secretariat will be completed by July at a cost of about Rs 22
crore, the spokesman said.
The Chief Minister directed J&K Police Housing
Corporation (JKPCC), the executing agency, to ensure quality
and standard of work and complete it within scheduled time.
Omar also inspected the Gund Rosham Narian Bridge, coming
up at a cost of Rs 8.41 crore, of which Rs 8 crore have been
incurred so far. The bridge will connect Palapora, Saidapora
and Cement bridge. He also took stock of the work of Shadipora
Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Government has
identified land for setting up of a central university in the
home constituency of Chief Minister Omar Abdullah in Ganderbal
First Published: Sunday, March 14, 2010, 19:15