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DODA: The District Development Commissioner Doda, Simrandeep Singh today convened a meeting with the officers of district administration to discuss the arrangements being put in place for the smooth celebration of upcoming festival Eid-ul-Azha. ACR Doda Tariq Hussain, ACD Doda Angrez Singh, CPO Doda, DSP HQ Doda, EO MC Doda and senior officers of PHE, PDD, CAPD, Health attended the meeting.

 

During the meeting, the DDC directed the officers to further intensify market inspections to keep a strict vigil over profiteering, black-marketing, quality and hoarding of essential commodities in the market. He said that sufficient mutton besides live sheep and goats will be made available in the market at the rates fixed by the administration. PHE department was asked to ensure adequate supply of water in the town. To ensure hassle free movement of vehicles and people on Eid, Police department was directed to frame traffic management plan and ensure its regulation by deploying sufficient number of personnel in the town.

 

To tackle with any medical emergency, health department was impressed upon to keep the ambulance along with doctors and medicines ready. The EO Municipality was asked to intensify the sanitation drive in the town. Other arrangements including the stock and supply of ration, LPG Cylinders, fire tenders, uninterrupted power supply were also discussed and necessary directions were passed to the concerned.

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SRINAGAR: On the 49th day of the ongoing Shri Amarnathji Yatra, 231 Yatris paid obeisance at the Holy Cave. Till date 2,80,157 Yatris had the darshan of the Shivling at the Holy Cave.

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POONCH: Deputy Commissioner Rahul Yadav today reviewed the arrangements for the annual Budda Amarnath Yatra here at a meeting. The annual pilgrimage is commencing from August 17, 2018. The  meeting reviewed  in detail the arrangements being put in place by the district administration from Bimber Gali to Budda Amarnath Mandi for comfortable and hassle free yatra.

The concerned departments gave detailed brief on the range of arrangements including security, sanitation, installation of make shift toilets, lodging  and langer facilities, drinking water, power supply, accommodation ,medicare and traffic regulation etc. The meeting was informed that the first batch of yatris will arrive at  Budda  Amarnath on 17th of August,  while yatra will   conclude on  24th of August with the departure of ‘Chari Mubarakh’ from Dashnami Akhara Poonch.

The DDC stressed on close coordination among all concerned departments and stakeholders for smooth and successful conduct of Budda Amarnath Yatra. Additional  SP Anwar Ul Haq, district officers, members of Budha Amarnath Yatra committee and prominent citizens attended the meeting.