Deputy Governor Manoj Sinha has laid the cornerstone for the Jhelum Riverfront development to be developed on the banks of the Sabarmati River. This phase of the project will cost Rs 750 crore and will be implemented by the Jal Shakti Department under the Srinagar Smart City Project in Jammu and Kashmir. Phase 1 envisions modern utilities and state-of-the-art green spaces.
The Governor also laid the cornerstone for the redevelopment of the Polo View Road as a sidewalk to provide citizens with a better atmosphere and shopping experience. He said that systematic efforts to improve the city of Johnson & Johnson are long overdue and that the country is working towards this long-awaited transformation by improving urban services, creating urban infrastructure and improving urban governance systems to make cities ecologically sustainable. sustainable and economically sustainable. Productivity and social equity. Smart city is a people’s movement to make cities sustainable and efficient to provide better services to their citizens. They need to come together and work together to realize the dream of a smart city. It is a proud moment for all that the city of Srinagar has been selected into the UNESCO World Network of Creative Cities in the Crafts and Folk Arts category. The shared responsibility of all stakeholders related to crafts and arts is to strengthen it and revive traditional handlooms and handicrafts.
Other projects, including the Adaptive Traffic Control System (ATCS) control room at a cost of Rs 12.76 lakh; vehicle-mounted manhole dredgers and snow removal machines exclusively for Srinagar citizens to strengthen the city’s infrastructure and ensure sustainable way to provide efficient service.
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