Srinagar, Nov 17 (UNI) Expressing concern over the lack of coordination between various government agencies, Jammu and Kashmir Governor N N Vohra stressed the need for coordinated efforts between the various service providing departments.
Mr Vohra expressed unhappiness over the visible lack of coordination between various agencies, particularly engaged in the road development.
He stressed the need for coordinated efforts between the various service providing departments, stressing that overlapping caused enormous damage to the road network and inconvenience to the general public.
Mr Vohra, the first Governor to visit the major pockets in the down-town area, issued instructions to the Divisional Administration for further stepping up de-watering in the water logged low laying areas.
He also visited the historic Idgah and walked in the area to inspect the dewatering measures on the approach road.
He also visited Bagh-e-Ali Mardan, Lal Bazar, Safakadal, Anchar and Hazratbal to review the situation obtaining in the aftermath of the early snow-fall.
At Dr Ali Jaan Road, the Governor was briefed about the large scale sewerage project, currently under execution.
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