Three teams unfold road construction checks in dibai
Dibai: Arriving to inspect the prescribed sites the upper Chief Secretary imposed three teams from the district level to check the quality of the road and Three teams unfold road construction checks in dibai .
Arrived in the area on Thursday, additional Chief secretary and Nodal officer of the District, Kumar Kamlesh first of all, talks with officials including district Magistrate Anuj Kumar Jha and Sidio Esha Duhan.
Sometime after unstoppable at the guest house, the upper Chief Secretary with the convoy of officers arrived at the go ¨ Vadapur Road from Galibpur Road.Here he saw a five-kilometer-long road construction position of Didaura Vishwnathpur that cost about 44 lakh 80 thousand rupees. Gave to department officials in order to talk to the officials of the concerned department on the spot to flatten the botched track against the road. The additional Chief secretary told journalists that three teams including ¨ Foursquare, social welfare and RCS have been put to scrutiny for the quality of the road.
Checking the quality of the road will transmit them to the report. He then reached the State Virgo Inter College (Kaser Kaser) built at a cost of Rs 4 crore 97 lakh in Kafila art, where the Karaydai body of the college-up Project Corporation Limited was founded by the subsidiary project manager of Ghaziabad to co-build the building.
He collected college-related information from the District School inspector. The Upper Chief Secretary explained that college is made good it will be attempted to be launched as soon as possible. On this occasion district Magistrate Anuj Kumar Jha, Sidio Isha Duhan, ADM ¨ Aurobindo Kumar Mishra, SDM Sanjay Pandey, co-Raghuvendra Mishra etc. are present. Talks with Qadri,the upper Chief Secretary of the land for college, talks with Swami Faijul Hassan Qadri, who was donated to the college on the spot.
Qadri pointed out that he had about eight bighas of land in some part, in which he made a tajamahalanuma building in remembrance of the remaining land he had donated to the Lucknow WAFF board to create a college for the area’s girls education.