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J&K LG Girish Chandra Murmu reviewed the progress of a number of projects in the Union Territory's winter capital

He visited the market square and the tourism reception center to evaluate the facilities there. During a visit to the Tawi bank, the LG was briefed on the progress of its beautification project and the Jammu Lake project by Ajeet Sahu, the chief secretary of the Irrigation and Flood Protection Department. During his visits, Murmu was accompanied by senior department officials and department heads. Claiming that the administration tried to speed up the projects, the LG said, "We don't know what happened in the past, but we will take it from here and see that it is completed." In June last year, the government of Jammu and Kashmir terminated GR Infra Projects Limited's contract for the development of the artificial Lake Tawi. The administration will publish new offers to resume work. A revised detailed project report has been drawn up stating that Rs 51.57 billion is required to complete the project and Rs 4.97 billion to reverse the damage caused by floods to date. Launched by the government of Congress and NC in 2009, the project was marked by delays and missed six deadlines before work stalled in 2018. According to the project plan, an auto-mechanical dam would be built on the Tawi River, one kilometer downstream from the Tawi Main Bridge. This will help create an artificial lake in Belicharana. The 1,500 meter long and 600 meter wide artificial lake, which is unique here, will add a new dimension to tourism in the city of Jammu. In Phase II of the project, beautification and embankment work is to begin as part of the Tawi River Front Development Project, for which the Jammu Development Authority (JDA) has already signed a MoU with the Sabarmati River Front Development Corporation. Before Murmu started the tour, he was worshiped in the famous Raghunath Temple that morning.