DC reviews stalled projects in Jugsalai | Ranchi News

Jamshedpur: After deputy commissioner Suraj Kumar’s Wednesday visit to Jugsalai township, a densely-populated suburb adjacent to the Tatanagar railway station, people living in the area are hopeful that the stalled redevelopment project will resume soon. Around 1.75 lakh people reside in the area.
Kumar, who had gone for a spot assessment of the present status of the ongoing projects, talked with the stakeholders. Issues such as completion of the under-construction roads, drinking water and sewerage system projects, landscape at the entry and exit gates of Tatanagar railway station, development of street food vendor zone at Naya Bazaar Haat, pushing up the much-awaited construction of the estimated Rs 29 crore road over bridge (RoB) of the Tatanagar railway at Jugsalai level crossing, building a town outpost and a Chhat ghat among others were discussed.
“This is perhaps for the first time a DC has physically visited the area along with a team of officials and toured different areas to see closely watch the infrastructure requirements of Jugsalai,” said Ravinder Singh, a businessman of D’Costa Road.
“The over bridge at the level crossing was stalled midway due to confusion over relocation of the displaced people of Chuna Bhati Basti, but with the assurance of proper rehabilitation, construction is expected to resume soon,” Satyanarayan Agarwal, a resident of Gaurishankar Road said.
“Damaged roads, defunct hand pumps, garbage pile-ups and irregular water and electricity supply are the identities of Jugsalai. I hope the interest shown by the DC in improving the civic amenities here will change things for Jugsalai,” said a private school teacher, who lives in Dukhu market area, on condition of anonymity.
Mohamed Javed, a trader and a resident of Garib Nawaz colony, said the announcement by the DC to develop a market and a vendor zone near the crematorium and the beautification of the Eidgah ground will change the ambience of the place.

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