Srinagar – Speaker Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly, Mr. Mohammad Akbar Lone today directed the officers of civil administration and police to work in unison and ensure hassle free functioning of the ensuing Assembly session commencing from Ist October, 2012.
Mr. Lone was chairing a high level meeting of officers of Police and civil Administration to review the arrangements for forthcoming Assembly session which include security, parking facilities, uninterrupted electricity and water supply, issuance of security passes, coverage through print and electronic media by the government.
The meeting was attended by the Deputy Speaker Legislative Assembly, Mr. Mohammad Sartaj Madni, Director General of Police, Mr. Ashok Prasad, ADGP, Mr. Ram Lubhaya, Divisional Commissioner, Kashmir, Mr. Asgar Samoon, Secretary, General Administration Department (GAD), Sheikh Mushtaq Ahmad, IGP, Kashmir Mr. S.M.Sahai, IGP Traffic, Mr. Munir Khan, Secretary Assembly, M. Ramzan, District Development Commissioner, Srinagar, Mr. Baseer Ahmad Khan, Director Information, Mr. Zaffar Ahmad, Director Estates, Mr. R. K. Koul, Commissioner SMC, Dr. Qasba, Special Secretary Law, Mrs. Farhat Tasneen, SSP Srinagar, Mr. Aushiq Bukhari Director Floriculture, Kashmir, Managing Director JKPCC and other officers of various departments and Assembly Secretariat.
Stressing for ensuring fool proof security arrangements during the session, Mr. Lone said that the police department has to play a vital role in making the session safe and comfortable for all the Ministers, legislators and officers of the government including media persons.
Lauding the role of security agencies and civil administration for making the previous budget session a grand success, Mr. Lone hoped that the coming session will also prove to be fruitful and significant for all the stake holders of the State.
Mr. Lone directed the Secretary GAD to ensure submission of reply of questions and other required information immediately to the Assembly Secretariat well in time.
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