Srinagar, May 25 (UNI) To provide better road connectivity to the 2005 quake affected people of hilly and far flung areas in Uri of north Kashmir, Jammu and Kashmir government has upgraded three road projects costing Rs 45 crores.
An official spokesman said today that three big road projects of Navaranda, Gawlta and Kamalkote in Uri tehsil are being upgraded at a cost of Rs 45 crore to provide better road connectivity to this hilly and far flung area.
He said present government led by Chief Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad was determined to provide all basic facilities to the people of all the three regions preferably people living in far off and remote areas of the state.
He said that government has given first priority to upgrade the social infrastructure in every nook and corner of the state for which scores of projects are under execution under fast track programme.
He said that footbridge for Dalanfa village has been completed at a cost of Rs 60 lakh over River Jehlum.
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