Jammu: Comptroller and Auditor General of India has expressed concerned regarding the delay in building of government flats. In the report CAG stated that department had not formulated any long term Perspective Plan for development of colonies in Srinagar and Jammu indicating actual requirement of accommodation and modalities for development of colonies.
The CAG in its report for the year ended March 31, 2015, said the work on construction of 400 residential flats taken up in June 2012 at an estimated cost of Rs 85.92 crore for completion within three working seasons, had not been completed as of March 2015 due to insufficient funding.
According to the given time line the construction of 48 flats should be completed by august 2015 and construction of other should be scrapped due to non-availability of funds by planning and development comission.
The CAG report also said that the government quarters constructed on 18 kanals and nine marlas of land at Khazir Manzil and Dalgate Srinagar were gutted during 1989-90.
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