Jammu, November 19 | For face lifting of Peerkho area and to connect temples of the area, the Jammu Municipal Corporation has undertaken a Pathway Project covering 1.03 km starts from Peerkho to Water Point, Panjtirthi near Balram Ji Temple. The Pathway Project is being undertaken under AMRUT for an amount of Rs. 4.24 crores.
For assessing the progress of the project, the Commissioner Jammu Municipal Corporation, Pankaj Magotra (KAS) conducted an extensive tour of Peerkho area and inspected the ongoing work of Pathway. He gave on spot directions to the concerned officers for completion of ongoing work in a time-bound manner and also directed them to overcome the bottlenecks immediately if any. As the said project is very vital from a tourist point of view, this project will help to attract the tourists towards Jammu. Besides, to provide a neat, clean and pollution-free atmosphere to residents of the area especially to the morning walkers.
Among others, Jaspal Singh, Joint Commissioner (Works), Arun Gupta, Executive Engineer (T), and concerned field staff of JMC accompanied the Commissioner, JMC during the tour.