Srinagar, May 6 (UNI) Jammu and Kashmir government has decided to set up a three-member committee to identify languishing projects in the state.
Chief Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad announced today that he will head the committee to complete these projects.
He said the committee would identify the languishing projects which could be completed with a few lakhs of rupees in a period of about three to four months.
He said a process of fast track implementation of development projects pending for long had been initiated and funds made available for these.
He clarified that no new projects would be taken up under this dispensation, adding that replacement of old electric poles and improvement of lanes and drains and blacktopping of internal roads in cities, pending for want of some money would be handled by these funds.
He asked legislators to identify the ongoing projects within these parameters.
He said the fast track experiment had been extended to all districts of the State to ensure early completion of ongoing projects pending for want of some funds.
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