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5 foot bridges completed in Reasi
Over 6000 rural population get benefitted
REASI, Sep 10: District Administration Reasi has completed construction of 5 foot bridges benefiting around six thousand population in the hilly belt of the district.

The construction of bridges was taken up under MGNREGA in convergence with the funds provided by NHPC under Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and completed at a cumulative cost of Rs 51 Lakh.

The bridges were constructed at Panchayat Thakrakote to connect Matta and Jhandi having a population of 250, over Lesan Nallah in Bhaga to connect Lesan, Deradabrian, Maryal and Lornu with Simbal Choa, Shhapra and Chumbra benefiting over 700 souls, over Nallah Chana ward No. 2 to connect Tulli and Jandhralai with Masal in Tehsil Chasana benefitting 2200 people, another over a stream to connect Udhari, Chana and Gundi Neosi benefiting over 2000 people, over Kabbi Nallah at Lamsora ward No. 5 connecting villages of Shallain Pattian, Nai Basti with Kabbi, Beru Gabbar, Kolali, Fandhar and Fadoge all having total population of about 700.

These bridges also provided connectivity to 06 schools, 03 medical aid centers and 12 Anganwadi centres.

The locations of bridges were selected keeping in view the requirement of the people who had to cross over the nallahs for availing the services of schools, hospitals, ration etc. The District Development Commissioner Ravinder Kumar visited all the sites and took painstaking efforts for the time bound completion of these bridges.

A proposal of more such bridges has also been mooted by Rural Development Department for this year.

News Updated at : Sunday, September 10, 2017
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