Director Urban Local Bodies (ULB), Mathura Masoom along with Deputy Commissioner (DC) Bandipora, Dr Owais Ahmad today laid the foundation stones of various major projects, here.President Municipal Council (MC) Bandipora, Khursheed Ahmad; CEO Municipal Committee Bandipora, Wali Mohammad; Tehsildar Bandipora, Tariq Ahmad; Executive Engineer R&B besides concerned officers were present on the occasion.Masoom along with DC Bandipora laid the foundation stone for many projects taken under FC grants. The projects include construction of Slaughter House at Kuloosa costing Rs 2.11 cr and Construction of Marriage Hall at Kuloosa that shall be constructed at the cost Rs 99 lac.Director ULB also laid the foundation for reconstruction of Old Building/Development of lane and construction of Garage at Office Premises of Municipal Committee Bandipora which shall cost for Rs 99 lac.
Later Masoom attended an awareness workshop organised at Town Hall Bandipora. The aim of the workshop was to aware people about various schemes kept available for the common masses by the department. She urged people to take full benefits of such schemes so that their livelihood is made worthwhile.She also urged the people to help and coordinate with the district administration to keep the path of development for Bandipora clean. She advised the people to keep their surroundings clean so that diseases are kept a bay from society. While speaking on the occasion, the DC said that the district Administration is committed for the overall development of the district. He said several developmental projects have been taken up for the development of urban areas including construction of lanes and drains, augmentation of existing power supply system, augmentation of healthcare, cleanliness, solid waste management and augmentation of town drainage .He said that the administration has already completed various welfare and development projects in the district while most of the projects are complete and few are near completion. He also said that the administration is ready to deal with the challenges posed by the winter.