Srinagar – Arrangements for annual darbur, (shifting of civil secretariat or the seat of the government, from summer capital Srinagar to winter capital, Jammu were finalised here on Wednesdays.
An official spokesman said Chief Secretary Madhav Lal today reviewed arrangements for the Darbar move at a high level meeting here. The Chief Secretary received brief from officers regarding transportation facilities put in place for moving employees and transfer of records and assets. He was informed that the renovation and face-lifting works at the Civil Secretariat Jammu and residential accommodations for the employees was on the verge of completion.
The authorities concerned also gave updates about the electricity, water, ration and LPG supply facilities put in place for employees. He was also briefed about internet connectivity Wi-Fi, bio-metric attendance systems and other issues in the Jammu Secretariat. The Chief Secretary directed all departments concerned to complete the works and provide the necessary facilities with out any hassle so that the employees do not face any inconvenience. He also directed the departments concerned to ensure that Wi-Fi and bio-metric attendance systems are made fully functional well before the opening of the winter secretariat.
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