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Finishing pending connectivity projects to drive Centre’s narrative of change in J&K

‘4 key projects identified, deadlines to be fixed’

September 04, 2019 | BK ONLINE

To bring about a change in the developmental landscape of Jammu and Kashmir, the Centre has identified four key connectivity projects which have been undergoing construction for many years with no completion date in sight.
According to sources, the Centre has flagged the slow pace of work on laying down railway network to connect the Valley with the rest of country, the unfinished Ramban-Banihal-Qazigund stretch of Srinagar-Jammu National Highway, Mughal Road and Anantnag-Kishtwar road.
Sources said a committee of experts from various central ministries and the state department are working to identify the issues which have delayed completion of these key connectivity projects.
Sources said the speedy and time-bound completion of these four projects will propel the narrative of change propagated by the Centre in the aftermath of the abrogation of the Article 370 of Indian Constitution that granted special status to Jammu and Kashmir.
“Once these projects are finished and handed over to public, it will lead to a real change on the ground. The completion of these projects will also open new vistas for the development of Jammu and Kashmir,” a senior officer of J&K administration said.
Jammu and Kashmir is currently under President's rule. The state Assembly was dissolved on November 2018 after the ruling coalition between the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the People's Democratic Party (PDP) fell apart in June 2018.
The Valley has remained under lockdown for more than four weeks since the abrogation of the Article 370 by the BJP-led Centre and a sweeping crackdown on not just militants but even mainstream parties like National Conference and Peoples Democratic Party.
An array of political leaders, businessmen, lawyers, activists and others have been confined to Centaur Hotel on the banks of Dal Lake which has been declared as a sub-jail by the state administration.
No announcement has yet been made on the charges under which the mainstream leaders and others have been arrested, and whether and when they will be released.
Earlier, the daughter of Mehbooba, Iltija Mufti, had written to the home minister that she was fearing for her life and that she was being denied permission to meet her mother who she said has been confined to ‘one room’.

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Finishing pending connectivity projects to drive Centre’s narrative of change in J&K

‘4 key projects identified, deadlines to be fixed’

September 04, 2019 | BK ONLINE

To bring about a change in the developmental landscape of Jammu and Kashmir, the Centre has identified four key connectivity projects which have been undergoing construction for many years with no completion date in sight.
According to sources, the Centre has flagged the slow pace of work on laying down railway network to connect the Valley with the rest of country, the unfinished Ramban-Banihal-Qazigund stretch of Srinagar-Jammu National Highway, Mughal Road and Anantnag-Kishtwar road.
Sources said a committee of experts from various central ministries and the state department are working to identify the issues which have delayed completion of these key connectivity projects.
Sources said the speedy and time-bound completion of these four projects will propel the narrative of change propagated by the Centre in the aftermath of the abrogation of the Article 370 of Indian Constitution that granted special status to Jammu and Kashmir.
“Once these projects are finished and handed over to public, it will lead to a real change on the ground. The completion of these projects will also open new vistas for the development of Jammu and Kashmir,” a senior officer of J&K administration said.
Jammu and Kashmir is currently under President's rule. The state Assembly was dissolved on November 2018 after the ruling coalition between the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the People's Democratic Party (PDP) fell apart in June 2018.
The Valley has remained under lockdown for more than four weeks since the abrogation of the Article 370 by the BJP-led Centre and a sweeping crackdown on not just militants but even mainstream parties like National Conference and Peoples Democratic Party.
An array of political leaders, businessmen, lawyers, activists and others have been confined to Centaur Hotel on the banks of Dal Lake which has been declared as a sub-jail by the state administration.
No announcement has yet been made on the charges under which the mainstream leaders and others have been arrested, and whether and when they will be released.
Earlier, the daughter of Mehbooba, Iltija Mufti, had written to the home minister that she was fearing for her life and that she was being denied permission to meet her mother who she said has been confined to ‘one room’.


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