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Akhnoor-Poonch Highway expansion: 20 villages notified for land acquisition

Ziraat Times News Network

POONCH, MAY 21: Deputy Commissioner Poonch, Inder Jeet on Saturday chaired a meeting of concerned officers to review the progress of Land acquisition for Bufliaz- Surankote BRO road, National Highway package 7&8 and the progress of all BRO projects, here at Hqr of 79 RCC Poonch.

On the occasion, the Deputy Commissioner directed the CLA defence Rajouri/Poonch to disburse the awarded amount of surankote-1, Surankote-2 and Bufliaz road to the rightful owners within 10 days by holding special camps, besides to re-verify the structure coming under the alignment of roads.

It was informed in the meeting that 20 villages are coming in the alignment of NH 144A Akhnoor-Poonch, out of which notification under section 3A has been issued for 17 villages and notification under section 3G has been issued for 2 villages, while draft notification of 3D has been submitted to OC GREF for uploading on Bhoomi Roshni portal.

The Deputy Commissioner took a detailed review of structures and trees coming under the alignment of NH road. He directed the Xen PWD(R&B) and DFO Poonch to complete the assessment of structure/trees within 15 days.

The concerned Tehsildar was asked to facilitate the executing agency in the execution of work on BRO roads, NH road and removal of encroachment alongside these roads.

The Deputy Commissioner further directed the OC GREF to remove all illegal encroachment alongside NH road.

The Deputy Commissioner directed the OC GREF to complete the re-verification of alignment of NH road within one week time to facilitate early execution of work.

The Deputy Commissioner further directed the OC GREF and Tehsildar to remove the dumping material from the roadside to maintain smooth traffic movement for the upcoming Amarnath ji Yatra.

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