He was speaking at a meeting con¬vened to review the sanitation works being undertaken in Srinagar and major towns of Kashmir. Officials of LAWDA, Rural bodies, Srinagar Mu¬nicipal Corporation, UEED, NBCC and others attended the meeting.
The meeting was informed that work is underway to tackle solid and liquid waste on scientific lines. Dr. Samoon said that Kashmir is known for its pristine environment and every effort should be made to preserve it. He said that government is committed to connect all house¬holds in Srinagar to Sewerage Treat¬ment Plants (STP). He directed the concerned officials to expedite work on other STPs including the one proposed at Alochibagh. He asked the officials to tackle the draining of sewerage into Nigeen Lake to preserve its purity.
The meeting was informed that with Rs 42 crores more coming to Nation¬al Buildings Construction Corporation (NBCC), around 50000 households in Srinagar would be connected to STP soon. (Agencies)
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