The Jammu and Kashmir Government has received a proposal to adopt the rock stabilisation model for building Mughal Road, which will connect south Kashmir’s Shopian district with Poonch in the Jammu region.
The Jammu and Kashmir government has been asked by the Supreme Court on November 22 to pave all the passage from Panchtarni to Amarnath holy cave with pre-fabricated cement tiles to ensure that pilgrims do not slip on the way.
Besides other demands, people of Ramban have demanded the Jammu and Kashmir government to build a flyover to ease the traffic congestion on the Ramban to Maitra route. They also demanded a bus service on the same route.
The Jammu and Kashmir government has requested the Centre to allow it to draw additional 500 MW power beyond the allocated quota to help the state meet increased electricity requirements during the harsh winter season.
The Jammu and Kashmir Government plans to introduce an ordinance for commencing the Bhatinda-Jammu-Srinagar gas pipeline project. The project was secured by Gujarat State Petronet (GSPL), a subsidiary of Gujarat Government, from the Petroleum and Natural Gas Regulatory Board (PNGRB) of India.
The Jammu and Kashmir Government has said that a proposed tunnel on the Mughal Road between Zaznar and Chattapani to keep the road open round the year, was under survey. A tunnel is proposed on the 84-km Bafliaz-Shopain road between Zaznar and Chattapani to keep the road open round the year, the State Minister for Roads and Buildings, Abdul Majeed Wani, said in the Legislative Council in Jammu on March 25.