Kupwara DC Reviews NH701 RKCTC Road Land Acquisition Progress
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Kupwara DC Reviews NH701 RKCTC Road Land Acquisition Progress

Deputy Commissioner (DC) of Kupwara, Dr. Doifode Sagar Dattatray, conducted a comprehensive review meeting to assess the progress of land acquisition for the NH701 RKCTC road project. The meeting, held at the DC office, brought together key officials to discuss and expedite the land acquisition process, ensuring the timely completion of this critical infrastructure project.

The NH701 RKCTC road project is a vital initiative aimed at enhancing connectivity and fostering economic growth in the Kupwara district. The project involves the construction and expansion of the NH701 road, which will significantly improve transportation links within the region and to other parts of the state. This road is expected to facilitate smoother and faster travel for residents and boost trade and commerce by providing better access to markets.

During the meeting, DC Dr. Dattatray emphasised the importance of collaboration among various departments to overcome any obstacles in the land acquisition process. He directed the concerned officials to resolve pending issues promptly and ensure that the acquisition is carried out efficiently and transparently. The DC also highlighted the need for fair compensation for landowners to maintain public trust and cooperation.

The officials provided updates on the current status of land acquisition, including the identification of required land parcels and the progress of documentation. They assured the DC that efforts are being made to expedite the process while adhering to legal and regulatory frameworks.

The successful completion of the NH701 RKCTC road project is expected to have a transformative impact on the region, enhancing connectivity, stimulating economic activities, and improving the overall quality of life for the residents of Kupwara.

Deputy Commissioner (DC) of Kupwara, Dr. Doifode Sagar Dattatray, conducted a comprehensive review meeting to assess the progress of land acquisition for the NH701 RKCTC road project. The meeting, held at the DC office, brought together key officials to discuss and expedite the land acquisition process, ensuring the timely completion of this critical infrastructure project. The NH701 RKCTC road project is a vital initiative aimed at enhancing connectivity and fostering economic growth in the Kupwara district. The project involves the construction and expansion of the NH701 road, which will significantly improve transportation links within the region and to other parts of the state. This road is expected to facilitate smoother and faster travel for residents and boost trade and commerce by providing better access to markets. During the meeting, DC Dr. Dattatray emphasised the importance of collaboration among various departments to overcome any obstacles in the land acquisition process. He directed the concerned officials to resolve pending issues promptly and ensure that the acquisition is carried out efficiently and transparently. The DC also highlighted the need for fair compensation for landowners to maintain public trust and cooperation. The officials provided updates on the current status of land acquisition, including the identification of required land parcels and the progress of documentation. They assured the DC that efforts are being made to expedite the process while adhering to legal and regulatory frameworks. The successful completion of the NH701 RKCTC road project is expected to have a transformative impact on the region, enhancing connectivity, stimulating economic activities, and improving the overall quality of life for the residents of Kupwara.

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