Rs 1.56 cr released for Bhaderwah, Thatri, Bhalessa Tourist Circuit: Tourism Min G.A. Mir
The project ’Development of Bhaderwah, Thatri, Bhalessa Tourist Circuit’ has been sanctioned by Union Ministry of Tourism during current financial year at a cost of Rs. 784 lakh, out of which Rs. 156.80 lakh has been released for implementation to be done by Bhaderwah Development Authority (BDA).
The information was given by the Minister for Tourism, Ghulam Ahmad Mir while replying to a question by Naresh Kumar Gupta in the Legislative Council today.
Mir further informed that the work on Lakhanpur-Bani Basholi-Sarthal Tourist Circuit and Bhaderwah-Kishtwar-Simthan-Srinagar Tourist Circuit has been taken up and major components have been completed, whereas the remaining works would be completed soon. He said a project for construction of infrastructure for various tourist destinations at Bhaderwah-Thatri-Gondoh has been submitted to Government of India for approval.
Jehangir Mir, Syed Rafiq Shah, Muzaffar Parrey, Jugal Kishore, Abdul Majid Bhat, Ravinder Sharma, Dr. Shehnaz Ganai and Khalid Najeeb Surharwardhy also raised supplementaries.
Rs. 44.97 cr paid as compensation to Baglihar HEP affectees: Vikar Rasool
Minister of State for Technical Education and Power, Vikar Rasool today informed the House that Rs. 44.97 crore have been paid to the Revenue Department for acquiring land of 26 villages for the construction of Baglihar Hydro Electric project in Ramban district.
The Minister was replying to a question by Sham Lal Bhagat in Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Council.
The Minister said that the affectees of village Kolthi, Kolthan and other surrounding villages have also been compensated for the loss of the land.
3201 candidates engaged under NRHM: Sham Lal Sharma
As many as 3201 persons have been engaged on contract basis under NRHM during the last three years which include Specialists, Allopathic doctors, ISM doctors, Para-medics and other officials. Similarly an amount of Rs. 615.21 crore has been approved as budget under the scheme during 2011-12 and 2012-13.
This information was given by the Minister for PHE, Irrigation and Flood Control, Sham Lal Sharma while replying to a question by Mohammad Ashraf Mir in the legislative council today.
Sham Lal further informed the House that an amount of Rs. 892.55 crore has been utilized under different heads since inception of NRHM in the state.
An amount of Rs. 724.03 crore has been the approved budget for purchasing medicines and other allied items and maintenance during the last two years, the Minister added and said that 9 new hospitals have been approved during last 3 years.
Replying to another question by Ms Rani Gargi Blowria the Minister said that there is no policy to regularize the teachers engaged in private educational institutions.
Syed Rafiq Shah, Jehangir Mir, Khalid Najeeb Suharwardhy and Ghulam Qadir Pardesi also raised supplementaries.
Work on Forage Research Station Kangri Sunderbani to be started soon: Nazir Ahmed Gurezi
The Minister of State for Agriculture, Animal Husbandry, Nazir Ahmad Gurezi while replying to a question by Ravinder Kumar Sharma said that the work on the Forage Research Station at Kangri Sunderbani would be started as soon as the funds are available.