Deputy Commissioner, Ramban, Mussarat Islam along with President MC, Ramban, Sunita Sumbria today inspected the construction site for the Multi-storey Bus Stand Ramban.

The MC Councillors, CPO, Dr. Kasturi Lal; CEO MC, Ramban, Sudarshan Kumar; ARTO, Saminder Singh, Shopkeepers, Vendors, members of the transport union, and others were also present.

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Reviewing the measures taken by the concerned Departments for temporary shifting of the Bus stand to suitable location to start the construction of the Rs 23 crore Multilevel Bus Stand Project, the DC directed CEO MC, ARTO and another stakeholder to relocate vendors to suitable places besides take care of the interests of shopkeepers, transporters and other stakeholders during the temporary shifting. The Bus Stand has been proposed to shift to Cafeteria Morh and Kowbagh.

The DC assured the executing agency of hassle-free working conditions to complete the mega project of public interest in a stipulated time frame.

Earlier, the President MC, Councillors, Transporters, Shopkeepers, and others discussed different measures for temporary shifting of Bus Stand to start work on a mega project. The Multi-Storey Bus Stand at Ramban would boost the commercial activities in Ramban, besides properly regulating Buses and other passenger vehicles for the convenience of commuters, they observed.

The Deputy Commissioner also listened to the issues of the people and directed the concerned officers to resolve all the genuine public issues on a priority basis. He also appreciated the CEO MC for restoring the street lights in the town and asked him to install lights at the Vegetable Mandi in Maitra for the convenience of the people.

The Deputy Commissioner also visited the proposed locations for temporary shifting of Gool -Sangaldan-bound passenger vehicles at Chanderog and Maitra.