Jammu, Feb 9 (PTI) Ahead of Prime Minister ManmohanSingh''s visit to Jammu, the state government has reviewed theconstruction work of 4,218 flats at Jagiti Township forKashmiri migrants in Nagrota area in Jammu city.
A high level officers team led by Chief SecretaryMadhav Lal inspected the status of work on the Jagti Township,which is nearing completion.
Prime Minister is schedule to dedicate the Township toKashmiri migrants in March this year.
The township spread over an area of over 89 acres,having 4,218 flats, besides all other basic facilities,including internal roads, educational and health institutions,has been developed to rehabilitate Kashmiri Migrants under thePrime Minister''s Rehabilitation and Return Package for theKashmiri Migrants.
The Chief Secretary was informed that the work onflats, roads, community centres, electrification, watersupply,sanitation drainage, development of parks, 45 shops and commonfacility centre is almost complete and would be ready forallotment by next month.
He was informed that the work on hospital, Old AgeHome and Sewerage Treatment Plant would continue beyond March2011. However, alternate arrangements for medical centre arebeing made.
A play ground which was under possession of thecompany for providing accommodation to labourers has beencleared and levelling work will also completed by March. PTIAB