SRINAGAR: Divisional Commissioner, Kashmir, Dr. Asgar Hassan Samoon conducted an extensive tour of down town area of Srinagar city and stock of Law and order situation besides availability of essential commodities and health care facilities.
Deputy Commissioner, Srinagar Mr. Baseer Ahmed Khan accompanied.
Meanwhile Divisional Commissioner, Kashmir conducted a review meeting with all Deputy Commissioners of Valley to monitor the facilities being made available, besides attendance of employees in the offices through Video Conference here today.
It was given out that adequate stocks of essential commodities are available in the Valley. The meeting was also informed that as many as 231 lakh units of power are supplied to the consumers daily in the Valley, besides, 129 rice, 17 wheat, 20 sugar, 5 poultry, 7 sheep truck loads and 31 diesel, 9 petrol, 29 k. oil and 14 LPG tankers were received from Jammu today.
As many as 1995 outlets of CA&PD were open and distributed 1726 metric tons of rice, 151 metric tons of sugar, 203 metric tons of atta, 1884 kilo litres of kerosene oil and 12779 LPG cylinders were distributed among the consumers, the meeting was informed.
It was also given out in the meeting that as many as 10955 patients were provided medicare facilities at different medical institutions of the Valley, besides 193 surgeries and 183 deliveries were conducted during last four days, while 261 medical stores were functional in the Valley and adequate stocks of medicines are available.
Divisional Commissioner directed that Railways authorities to operate train services from February 18, 2013.
Among others, Deputy Commissioner, Srinagar, Director CA&PD, Kashmir, Director Health Services Kashmir, Chief Engineer Electric Maintenance, Principal Government Medical College Srinagar, Joint Director Accounts and Treasuries besides, Regional Transport Officer, Kashmir attended the meeting.
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