Srinagar, 4 August: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah today said his government was focusing on infrastructure development of the twin capital cities of Srinagar and Jammu and installing drainage and sewerage system to address problems faced by the growing population.
Inaugurating two modern drainage facilities, he said: “With the population growing rapidly in cities, management of drainage and sewerage has attained greater dimension. The state government has initiated several measures to address the issue. Several projects are now being implemented and many have been completed.”
The drainage facilities at Pohru-Chanapora and Bemina-Fruit Mandi have been built at a cost of around Rs 56 crore, a government spokesperson said. pti