Six years completed, construction of a new collective office incomplete – Six years completed, construction of a new collective office incomplete

Shamli Even after the last six years, the construction work for the new Collectorate Office at the district headquarters has not yet been completed. At the same time, the building authorities announced that the DM Block of Collectorate will be completed on June 31st.
Four years after the establishment of Shamli District, the government required a standardized cost of 10 billion rupees (40 lakh 94,000 rupees) to build new buildings for the new Collectorate office in Goharni village in 2015. Six years ago, on July 7th, 2015, after receiving the administrative and financial approval of ten crore 40 lakh 94 thousand, the amount of four crore rupees was released as the first installment. 4.32 crore as the second installment on September 19, 2016, on March 29, 2017 a 56 lakh 89 thousand crore was released as the third installment. Construction of non-resident Collectorate Office buildings was not completed after the free funds were released.
After two years, the order was issued by the administrative and financial sanction of 29 crore 59 lakh 53 thousand by the Expenditure Finance Committee for the construction of non-permanent buildings of the Collectorate. Two crore rupees as the fourth installment on March 12, 2020, two crore 20 lakh 64,000 rupees were released as the fifth installment on September 16, 2020. On December 1, 2020, Rs 4.43 crore was approved for the sixth installment.
The government has spent more than 75 percent of the amount of Rs. 18 crore 52 lakh 53 thousand versus Rs. 29 crore 59 lakh 53 thousand on the construction of non-permanent buildings of the Shamli Collectorate. Seven crore 39 lakh 88 thousand rupees were given by the governor in the past two months as the seventh installment. Three crore 67 lakh 12 rupees as the last installment have yet to be released by the government.
Even after that, none of the four blocks of the new Collectorate’s non-residential office is completely finished. Kamal Kant Sharma, a sub-engineer with the State Construction Corporation, says there are four courtrooms in the DM block, including the DM court, bank, stop room, committee room and another ADM, entrance hall and hardwood floor with steel floors. The block of the DM office of the new collector and four courtrooms will be completed by June 31st.

Shamli Even after the last six years, the construction work for the new Collectorate Office at the district headquarters has not yet been completed. At the same time, the building authorities announced that the DM Block of Collectorate will be completed on June 31st.

Four years after the establishment of Shamli District, the government required a standardized cost of 10 billion rupees (40 lakh 94,000 rupees) to build new buildings for the new Collectorate office in Goharni village in 2015. Six years ago, on July 7th, 2015, after receiving the administrative and financial approval of ten crore 40 lakh 94 thousand, the amount of four crore rupees was released as the first installment. 4.32 crore as the second installment on September 19, 2016, on March 29, 2017 a 56 lakh 89 thousand crore was released as the third installment. Construction of non-resident Collectorate Office buildings was not completed after the free funds were released.

After two years, the order was issued by the administrative and financial sanction of 29 crore 59 lakh 53 thousand by the Expenditure Finance Committee for the construction of non-permanent buildings of the Collectorate. Two crore rupees as the fourth installment on March 12, 2020, two crore 20 lakh 64,000 rupees were released as the fifth installment on September 16, 2020. On December 1, 2020, Rs 4.43 crore was approved for the sixth installment.

The government has spent more than 75 percent of the amount of Rs. 18 crore 52 lakh 53 thousand versus Rs. 29 crore 59 lakh 53 thousand on the construction of non-permanent buildings of the Shamli Collectorate. Seven crore 39 lakh 88 thousand rupees were given by the governor in the past two months as the seventh installment. Three crore 67 lakh 12 rupees as the last installment have yet to be released by the government.

Even after that, none of the four blocks of the new Collectorate’s non-residential office is completely finished. Kamal Kant Sharma, a sub-engineer with the State Construction Corporation, says there are four courtrooms in the DM block, including the DM court, bank, stop room, committee room and another ADM, entrance hall and hardwood floor with steel floors. The block of the DM office of the new collector and four courtrooms will be completed by June 31st.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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