Principal Secretary (Housing) Mr. Sada Kant and Principal Secretary (Industrial and Infrastructure Development) Mr. Sanjeev Saran warned
Chief Minister sets timelines for completion of pending works
If these officers commit themselves to timely completion of these projects, their transfers will be cancelled
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mr. Akhilesh Yadav has expressed his dismay and anger at the non-completion and unsatisfactory progress of many projects that have been undertaken in the state capital Lucknow. Warning the Principal Secretary (Housing) Mr. Sada Kant and Principal Secretary (Industrial and Infrastructure Development) Mr. Sanjeev Saran that these jobs should be completed as per schedule and said that in case they commit themselves to the timelines for these projects their transfers will be cancelled.
The chief minister also fixed the following timelines for completion of the projects as under:
- Construction of the main gate of the historical Sheesh Mahal, Satkhanda Park, Ghantaghar and beautification of the Picture Gallery Park be completed by December 31, 2014.
- Beautification of the Sheesh Mahal pond situated on the Durga Devi temple road in Husainabad ward by December 31, 2014.
- Undergrounding of the power systems from Teele Waali mosque in Hussainabad to Jama Masjid turn by December 15, 2014.
- Widening and beautification of the road from Hussainabad Teele Waali Maszid to Jama Masjid turn by March 31, 2015.
- Construction of community centre in Picture Gallery complex and beautification of the Raees Manzil Park by January 2015.
- Construction of Mehndi Ghat project on the kilometer 1.870 of the right hand embankment upstream of Gomti river from the Harding Bridge by January 2015.
- Beautification of the Clock Tower, Ghantaghar Pond and Picture gallery complex by December 31, 2014.
The chief minister said that the two officials responsible for these works have been warned and in case the progress on these specific works is still found to be unsatisfactory in future; stringent disciplinary action will be taken against them.