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Rehabilitation of six families approved by council for NH Udhampur-Ramban

Srinagar: The rehabilitation of six families whose structures are between the National Highway Jammu and Kashmir is approved by Administrative council.

A patch of land measuring 4 kanals and 11 marlas was required for building the national highway in the Dhalwas area.

An official spokesman in a statement issued said the rehabilitation of  these affected families and consequent availability of land patch had removed a major bottleneck in completion of the project.

He said the government was keen to ensure early completion of NH-44 to ensure reliable connectivity to Kashmir.

Further, he said that the four laning of NH-44 had been completed at multiple segments and as of recently the Navyug tunnel had also been completed which was expected to significantly improve the connectivity to Kashmir during winters, as adverse weather conditions had led to frequent closure of highway in the past.

The completion of the four laning of NH-44 would play an important role for the economic, industrial, social and cultural development, better road connectivity and employment generation opportunities in the region.

Harjap Singh

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