A Division Bench (DB) of State High Court containing Justice Dhiraj Singh Thakur and Justice Sindhu Sharma on Thursday guided Chief Secretary to comprise a board which will comprise notwithstanding himself, Commissioner Secretary, Public Works Department, Commissioner Secretary, Finance and Commissioner Secretary, Planning to take an official choice on moving of utilities on the Janipur High Court Link Road and the installment to the Power Development Department (PDD) for making such a moving conceivable, to consider the reports outfitted by the RITES to set up a cutting edge portability plan as recommended by RITES and furthermore to consider the augmenting of the current street as recommended in the proposition arranged by the PWD, pending execution of the Metro venture.
The court headings arrived in a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) recorded by Citizen Forum through its President R K Chadha in regards to Shakuntla-Janipur fly-over, which was proposed in 2008 and was surrendered for some superfluous reasons and with respect to de-blocking/broadening of the Janipur-High Court Road.
In the wake of hearing Advocate Aditya Sharma for the PIL while AAG Amit Gupta for the State, the court saw that the present supplication is pending under the watchful eye of this Court since 2013 and the Government is still discovered battling for answers and an activity plan to de-clog the aforementioned area streets.
The DB saw that in the wake of six difficult years still there is not a single answer for be seen to the regularly expanding traffic clog issues for which a lot of cash has been spent by the Government towards installment to the association, to be specific, RITES to set up a portability plan.
DB further coordinated that the status report of the main gathering concerning the principal considerations to be held by the previously mentioned Committee be recorded following a time of about a month and a half.
At the point when the PIL came-in the mood for hearing, DB saw that consistence report has been recorded by the Chief Engineer, Public Works Department (PWD), wherein it is expressed that the proposition with respect to the development of a Metro in the Ambphalla to Janipur part is to be considered and assessed by the Housing and Urban Development Department.
It is likewise expressed that a cost of Rs. 40,000 crore would be required for the previously mentioned versatility plan both for the urban communities Jammu and Srinagar and that the experts have yet not distinguished the financing offices to execute the task. It was additionally expressed that the PWD all alone has started a fundamental task report to de-clog the street from Ambphalla to Janipur for broadening and stretching out street from two paths to four paths at an expected expense of Rs. 144.69 crore.
It is expressed that the aforementioned proposition is under procedure for being submitted to the Government for taking a view on the equivalent.