Srinagar critiques of recent works
Srinagar critiques of recent works
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On Monday, June 12, Srinagar’s Deputy Commissioner (DC), Mohammad Aijaz Asad, inspected the progress being made on major development projects in the Srinagar District, including the expansion of the Bone & Joint Hospital and the Lal Ded Hospital’s healthcare infrastructure.

The future location of the Peerbagh Hostel for the Children of Deceased Members of the Armed Forces/Martyrs was another stop on his itinerary. The District Commissioner visited the Bone & Joint Hospital in Barzulla to assess the development of the Rs 88.95 crore World Bank-funded project to build a 120-bed specialised orthopaedic block, which will feature an intensive care unit with six beds, two private wards with twelve beds each, three modular operating theatres with separate radiology, physiotherapy, and faculty rooms.

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The DC toured the under-construction facility and ordered the executing agency to redouble the staff and work in night shifts as well to finish the critical project within the given schedule so that patients have better Orthopaedic facilities. The District Commissioner had previously been to Peerbagh to check on the progress of the Rs 7.44 crore Hostel for Wards of Ex-Servicemen/Martyrs.

Wards of Armed Forces (Ex-Servicemen)/martyrs will be served by the 100-bed Sainik Bhawan, which was described to the DC as a Ground+2 building with 25 rooms.

The DC has ordered the police to increase their productivity to meet the project’s deadline.

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