ANANTNAG: The District Development Commissioner Anantnag, Muneer-ul-Islam convened a meeting of officers here today to review the arrangements being made for smooth conduct of forthcoming Eid-i-Milad-un-Nabi ? celebrations in the district.
The District Development Commissioner took review of the arrangements put in place by various departments for the devotees in the district, especially at holy shrines of Khiram Hazratbal, Kaaba Marg, Ziyarat Hazrat Reshi, and Ziyarat Aishmuqam.
It was decided in the meeting that better traffic management plan, employing designated routes for devotees and vehicles will be ensured in the district during the holy days. In this connection, the District Development Commissioner stressed upon the officers of the traffic department to ensure proper management and streamlining of the vehicles besides providing adequate public transport to the devotees paying obeisance at the shrines.
The District Development Commissioner directed the officers of PHE and PDD departments to make available adequate drinking water supply to the people and provide uninterrupted power supply in and around the holy shrines of the district, respectively.
Regarding the ration distribution in the district, the officers of the CAPD department were asked to provide adequate supply of rice, sugar, atta and kerosene to the people before the commencement of holy days, besides stocking additional quota of rice, sugar and other essential commodities in the district.
The District Development Commissioner asked the Chief Medical Officer (CMO) Anantnag to ensure better medicare facilities besides keeping standby emergency ambulance services at the shrines during the Milad celebrations.
He also directed officers of Municipal Committees of the district to ensure proper sanitation and cleanliness in and around the localities of the shrines.
The meeting was attended by ADDC, SDMs, CMO, district officers of various departments besides prominent citizens of the district.
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