‘92,000 projects completed this year, all heritage places to be developed’
Raja Syed Rather
Srinagar, May 20 : Chief Secretary, Dr. Arnu Kumar Mehta on Saturday said that Srinagar is looking better as ever and that the development has gained pace as 92,000 projects have been completed this year compared to only 9,000 works in 2018-19.
Talking to reporters here, the Chief Secretary, as per the news agency—Kashmir News Observer (KNO), said that there has been no change in the venue for any G-20 event in Jammu & Kashmir, saying that the life in normal in the Union Territory and all the events will take place as per the schedule.
He said that Srinagar is looking better as ever, which he had already promised to the people, adding that all the heritage markets across Srinagar are also being developed.
Dr. Mehta further said that the developmental works have already gained pace here as from just 9,000 projects in 2018-19, this year witnessed the completion of 92,000 projects in J&K, thereby increasing the pace by almost ten times.
He also said that J&K has a lot of talent and potential, if the people are given a chance, they can do wonders.
Dr. Mehta said that the playfields like TRC, SK Stadium, Bakshi stadium, Illahi bagh ground have been renovated for the sportspersons, saying that the government has responded to the demands of the general public everywhere.
He added that the mission to come up with the playfields in every Panchayat has been achieved—(KNO)