Jaipur. Strict action will now be taken against sensors that do not repair the road in the defect liability period (guarantee period). Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, during a review meeting of the works of the Public Works Department at CM Niwas on Friday evening, instructed the engineers to ensure quality and said that strict action should be taken against the sensors which do not repair the road during the defect liability period (guarantee period). Go
During this period, Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot reviewed in detail the schemes of PMGSY, CRIF, SRF, RIDF, Rural Development Path etc. and ongoing construction works in collaboration with NAHI, World Bank and ADB. Gehlot also interacted with additional chief engineers, superintending engineers, executive engineers working in various districts of the state through video conferencing.
The Chief Minister said that the state government is working with the goal of making the state the first state in the country in terms of road construction. Public money is being spent on construction projects such as roads, over bridges, culverts etc. In some cases, the roads get damaged before the stipulated period due to low quality construction. It is the responsibility of the department that whatever roads are built should be sustainable and last for a long time. Support of third party experts should also be sought for quality check.
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