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J&K Guv’s Advisor inspects Bahu–Mahamaya–Peerkho cable car project

Jammu, May 21 (UNI) Advisor to the Governor Khurshid Ahmed Ganai on Tuesday visited Mahamaya Park to inspect the status of the prestigious Bahu–Mahamaya–Peerkho cable car project.
The Advisor also conducted detailed inspection of technical installations as well as allied infrastructure being constructed at Mahamaya for the attraction of tourists to as part of the cable car project.
Reviewing the progress made on final checks before its commissioning, the Advisor asked engineers to ensure that the standard operating procedures are adhered as per international norms.
Emphasising on adherence to safety specifications and timely completion of the project, Mr Ganai directed the concerned departments to work in synergy and ensure regular monitoring of the ongoing works.
The Advisor was informed that the technical inspections are being undertaken by consultant engineers from Turkey and finishing touches are being given at terminal stations.
Meanwhile, the Advisor inspected the progress on allied recreational infrastructure being developed at Mahamaya Park including amphitheatre, fun zones, food courts, viewing decks, tiled path etc.
He called to their early completion to provide tourists, visitors an inclusive experience.
He stressed on expediting remaining works in Mahamaya park take up as part of the Bahu–Mahamaya–Peerkho cable car project to project the place as a prime religious and recreational destination for the tourists and pilgrims alike.
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