Tawi riverfront to change face of Jammu, open up new tourist avenues: J-K Lt Governor

Jul 19, 2021 21:09 IST

Srinagar (Jammu and Kashmir) [India], July 19 (ANI): In order to improve water supply position in Jammu and Kashmir, Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha on Monday chaired a meeting to review the functioning of Jal Shakti Department.
Speaking on the Union Territory Administration’s endeavour to develop the ‘Tawi’ riverfront on the lines of Sabarmati Riverfront, the Lt Governor said that the project will change the face of Jammu and open up new avenues for tourism development.
“We need to make committed efforts for the speedy completion of all the other important water projects which are connected with the development of Tawi Riverfront,” the Lt Governor said and set a deadline of one year for the completion of Jammu Tawi Barrage.
The Lt Governor also directed the officials for the completion of the ongoing water supply works to all the…

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