J&K: Parliamentary committee reached Anantnag, inspected the parking made under AMRUT scheme
New Delhi: Parliament’s Standing Committee on Urban Development Ministry reached Anantnag on Monday. The team inspected the car parking made under the AMRUT scheme. After this, the members of the delegation reached Pahalgam and also participated in the immersion worship of Chadi Mubarak on the banks of the Lidder river. The committee consists of thirty members including the chairman Jagdambika Pal.
The officials informed the committee about car parking and told the committee that due to the lack of parking in Anantnag, people used to face a lot of trouble, but due to the construction of parking, the problem of jams will be solved. Development works are being done by the Central Government with an amount of Rs 513 crore. In this, emphasis has been laid on getting water to every house.
Parliamentary Committee on Urban Development with representatives of J&K Housing and Urban Development Department as well as Finance Department, Smart City Mission, Sanitation Mission, PM Awas Yojana, Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transport (AMRUT) Yojana, Metro Project Along with the alternate transport system, Deendayal will hold a meeting with the officials associated with the Antyodaya Yojana. Simultaneously, the parliamentary committee will also review the implementation and progress of these schemes. The Parliamentary Committee is also scheduled to visit Srinagar, Gulmarg. After this, on August 25, the parliamentary committee will go to Leh.