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The rooftop of Auditorium Boys Government Degree College Anantnag on Friday collapsed leading to damages to building and loss to crores of rupees.
As per official sources the construction of college building was taken up by Division of Roads and Buildings and its allied businesses in 2017. As per official sources 7 crore of rupees have been spent on development work to this point.
With the collapse of college building, the preliminary reviews prompt that the shelter suffered 2 crore rupees losses,
As per reviews apart from rooftoop, property like chairs, desks, trollies, racks, electronic and digital equipment’s have been broken.
Quickly , Deputy Commissioner Anantnag Kuldeep Krishan Sidha rushed to the spot and took overview of the damage.
“I visited right here to take inventory of the scenario and all technicalities are being ascertained right now”, DC Anantnag instructed the news agency and added an enquiry has been ordered to bring the culprits to process. “Authorities will not spare those found guilty in executing this mission in a mischievous means”, Sidha stated and added “I’m going to put in writing Commissioner Secretary, an administrative head of R&B in this regard in order that whosoever proven negligence will not go unpunished”.
DC additionally stated the incident is a major setback to public exchequer and administration is not going to watch it as a mute spectator. “We’re ascertaining the explanations how the construction collapsed when there isn’t a such quantity of snow over the rooftop”, stated Govt Engineer R&B Qazi Javed Amin
Director Faculties Prof. Peerzada Yusuf stated that college occurs to be a property of scholars and public and any damage to it is “deplorable”.
“Will get the main points and are ascertaining the details, whosoever will likely be concerned in negligence would be brought to justice”, he added.
Principal Degree College Anantnag Prof. Fayaz Ahmad termed the incident “surprising” and “painful”. “The incident is extremely surprising and painful. Authorities should book the involved”, Prof Fayaz added.