J&K launches infra upgrade projects

    Jammu Kashmir Infra Upgrade Projects
    In an attempt to build classic road network in and around the Hazratbal Shrine and Dal Lake areas in the heart of Srinagar, the state government in Jammu & Kashmir has recently rolled out an ambitious amount of Rs. 45-cr project for the development of the revered shrine and its adjoining areas on the banks of the popular Dal Lake. The project aims to construct tensile structures for prayers during summer and monsoon, four-laning of 'dargah' entrance, illuminating the shrine complex, underground ablution spaces, dormitory for devotees, re-developing dargah market, an Islamic Cultural Centre and a sewerage treatment plant for the shrine complex, an official spokesman said, adding that the project also envisages an obstruct-free view of the famous Dal Lake from the shrine complex and it would be completed in two years. The state government plans to develop facilities in Srinagar so that the city could be promoted as a tourism destination, thereby contributing to the local economy and is also keen to protect and upgrade the several shrines, mosques and places of heritage across the city to boost tourism.
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