The slow progress of the ongoing projects under the Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana (PMGSY) has raised concerned among various people including RWD Minister Honchun Ngandam.
Amid the COVID-19 outbreak, during the three-day review meet on the PMGSY road projects in Arunachal, the Minister urged the contractors to take up the project on a mission mode and also put in extra efforts in order to speed up the progress of the PMGSY works and achieve the target of 4,850 Kms of PMGSY roads in the state in the financial year 2020-21.
The PMGSY contractors and the department’s field engineers participated in the discussion pertaining to the progress of works and the challenges and hindrances being faced by the contractors.
The minister further stressed on “teamwork between the contractor and field engineers to achieve the target,” and directed the secretary, the chief engineer and field engineers to provide support and assistance to the contractors.
The three-day review meeting was convened on the advice and direction of the chief minister, according to a release.
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