Work was suspended on the 114-km stretch in the section as the proposed alignment was found to be too problematic. Construction of Chenab rail bridge was also in jeopardy with the suspension of the work.
The seven-member expert committee headed by former Railway Board Chairman M Ravindra was constituted last December to suggest a possible new alignment in the section after the suspension of the work.
The committee submitted its report two months back after examining the problems in the area.
"The committee has suggested not to abandon the work carried out in the existing alignment. It has also suggested certain modifications in the alignment to continue the work further," said the official.