Srinagar: Deputy Commissioner, Srinagar, Er. Farooq Ahmad Shah reviewed the Eid-ul-Azha and Muharram-ul-Harram arrangements being made in Srinagar district in an officers meeting held here today.
The meeting was attended by the officers of CAPD, RTO, Police, PWD, R&B, Srinagar Municipal Corporation, Forest, Health, Revenue, PDD, Animal Husbandry and representatives from Shia Associations.
The Deputy Commissioner directed the officers of CAPD for providing essential commodities i.e. rice, atta, sugar, K.oil, LPG to the Shia dominated areas during Muharram days and the department of Forests was also directed for providing firewood to the Shia dominated areas. He also directed the PDD and PHE departments for providing uninterrupted power and drinking water supply during Muharram days.
The Deputy Commissioner was also directed Srinagar Municipal Corporation to maintain cleanliness of the Imambaras. He also directed the R&B department to make renovation of roads of Shia dominated areas. He also directed the Health department to provide medicare and Ambulance facilities to the Azardars.
Meanwhile, the Deputy Commissioner took also stock of the arrangements of Eid-ul-Azha in an officers meeting held here today and directed CAPD department to intensify market checking squads so that the illegal profiteering would be curbed.
The Deputy Commissioner also directed the concerned departments to identify the places where the sacrificial animals would be kept available for sale.
The Deputy Commissioner exhorted upon the Health department for providing medical camps at Dargah Hazratbal, Jamia Masjid, Jenab Sahib Soura, Khankhai Moula, Kalashpora, Syed Sahib Sonwar, Dastigeer Sahib Khanyar and TRC ground.
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