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SRINAGAR: Srinagar police has pressed its men for dewatering in many inundated areas of the city. Srinagar police installed water pumps and has started dewatering in inundated areas of Sanatnagar, Chanpora, Narparistan-Mahraj Gunj, Mughal Masjid Nowhatta and Kothibagh. The process of dewatering will continue in waterlogged areas of city.

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SRINAGAR: In wake of incessant rains lashing Kashmir valley for over a week, Divisional Commissioner, Kashmir, Mr. Gazanfar Hussain Thursday said that situation is under control and divisional administration has taken appropriate measures to tackle with any eventuality and men and machinery have been kept  on alert to meet any exigency and to avoid any loss to life and property.  IGP Kashmir, Mr. Javed Mujtaba Gillani, Deputy Commissioner Srinagar, Dr. Farooq Ahmad Lone were also present on the occasion.

 

Giving details, the Divisional Commissioner said that there are sufficient stocks of essentials in the Valley. He said all basic amenities including drinking water, electricity is being provided to the public without any disruption. He said that as many as 70 fire tenders have been deployed for dewatering the water logged areas. He said that all health centres are working normally for providing medicare for the needy. He further said that till date 369 villages have been affected due to water logging and the people of the areas have been shifted to the safer places.