JAMMU, Mar 2: Deputy Commissioner Jammu, Simran-deep Singh paid visit to J&K’s first Solid & Liquid Resource Management (SLRM) Centre being set up at Chak Lala near Sehora, in tehsil Bishnah of district Jammu today.
The Deputy Commissioner during visit took review of the whole project and interacted with the project staff and experts engaged on the task. In Jammu district, two tehsils Bishnah and Akhnoor have been selected to set up such projects of its kind first time in the State.
As demonstration, the DC noticed the rikshaws with town’s waste material unloading on the spot and segregating the waste material in different containers for re-cycling purpose. This waste material will be put to use after recycling.
While interacting with the local people, the DC said that this pilot project is first of its type in the State and they should cooperate with the staff to make it successful and also avail benefit of it. He lauded the efforts of resource person and expert Dr Zafar Iqbal, BDO Bishnah Nazia Choudhary, DPOs Deepak Dubey and Anirudh Rai for their hard work for making this project successful.
Sirmandeep Singh also planted a medicinal plant in the complex on the occasion. The staff today planted fifty medicinal plants at the project site. The work on the second such project in Akhnoor is also going on with pace.