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Post-Snowfall redressal: Div admin Kashmir restores facilities through quick response

January 13, 2022 | BK News Service

After the recent snowfall, Divisional Administration of Kashmir under the supervision of Divisional Commissioner Kashmir, Pandurang K Pole achieved maximum success in restoration of power, roads for traffic movement and Water supply schemes in all the districts of valley.
According to the statement issued by Divisional Commissioner’s office regarding the present status of snow clearance and restoration of other facilities by line departments including Mechanical Engineering Department, Roads and Building Department, Urban Local Bodies, Jal Shakhti Department, KPDCL besides SMC, it is informed that under action plan 1st, MED cleared 100% roads from snow while 98% roads were also restored under action plan 2nd & 3rd till January 11, 2022.
Similarly it is informed that R&B department has successfully cleared snow from roads of length 5339 KMs out of 5535KMs under its jurisdiction. The R&B has deployed 366 snow clearance machines during the recent snowfall to restore the roads for traffic and public movement and has achieved the target of 96.45 % restoration of roads till January 11, 2022.
Likewise, ULB achieved the success in snow clearance from roads of 909 KMs out of 911. Besides, SMC has cleared hundred percent of 1143 Lanes mechanically while 5661 By-lanes manually.
It was further informed that the present quantity of rice available in the division is 68697MTs, LPG stock is available for 24 days, MS 14 days, HSD for 18 days.
Moreover, the report says that out of 483 WSS affected by recent snowfall 449 have been already fully restored by January 09.
At present 14 WSS are to be made fully functional for which the work is going full swing.
The areas which have been affected due to snow are provided water by the fleets of Jal Shakti water tanker besides DG are being used at water lift plants.
After recent snowfall, JKPDCL reported an outage of three 33Kv feeders and seventy five 11Kv feeders out of which all 33kv outages have been cleared while restoration of five 11Kv is under progress as per the report updated on January10, 2020.

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Post-Snowfall redressal: Div admin Kashmir restores facilities through quick response

January 13, 2022 | BK News Service

After the recent snowfall, Divisional Administration of Kashmir under the supervision of Divisional Commissioner Kashmir, Pandurang K Pole achieved maximum success in restoration of power, roads for traffic movement and Water supply schemes in all the districts of valley.
According to the statement issued by Divisional Commissioner’s office regarding the present status of snow clearance and restoration of other facilities by line departments including Mechanical Engineering Department, Roads and Building Department, Urban Local Bodies, Jal Shakhti Department, KPDCL besides SMC, it is informed that under action plan 1st, MED cleared 100% roads from snow while 98% roads were also restored under action plan 2nd & 3rd till January 11, 2022.
Similarly it is informed that R&B department has successfully cleared snow from roads of length 5339 KMs out of 5535KMs under its jurisdiction. The R&B has deployed 366 snow clearance machines during the recent snowfall to restore the roads for traffic and public movement and has achieved the target of 96.45 % restoration of roads till January 11, 2022.
Likewise, ULB achieved the success in snow clearance from roads of 909 KMs out of 911. Besides, SMC has cleared hundred percent of 1143 Lanes mechanically while 5661 By-lanes manually.
It was further informed that the present quantity of rice available in the division is 68697MTs, LPG stock is available for 24 days, MS 14 days, HSD for 18 days.
Moreover, the report says that out of 483 WSS affected by recent snowfall 449 have been already fully restored by January 09.
At present 14 WSS are to be made fully functional for which the work is going full swing.
The areas which have been affected due to snow are provided water by the fleets of Jal Shakti water tanker besides DG are being used at water lift plants.
After recent snowfall, JKPDCL reported an outage of three 33Kv feeders and seventy five 11Kv feeders out of which all 33kv outages have been cleared while restoration of five 11Kv is under progress as per the report updated on January10, 2020.


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Legal Advisor: M.J. Hubi
Printed at: Abid Enterprizes, Zainkote Srinagar
Published from: Gulshanabad Chraresharief Budgam
RNI No.: JKENG/2010/33802
Office No’s: 0194-2451076, 9622924716 , 9419400056
Postal Regd No: SK/135/2010-2019
Administrative Office: Abi Guzer Srinagar

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