Arrangements for Urs of Shahi Hamdan(R.A.), Eid reviewed in Tral


Tral—Additional Deputy Commissioner Tral, Riyaz Ahmad Malik , on Wednesday, convened a meeting to take stock of arrangements put in place ahead of Eid Ul Azha and Urs of Shahi Hamdan Hazrat Ameer Kabir Mir Sayed Ali Hamdani (R.A.), which is going to celebrated in Tral, next week.

During the meeting, arrangements including supply of water and power, cleanliness and illumination in and around the shrines, besides medical facilities, adequate transport and parking facility, fire tenders, establishing emergency control rooms were finalized.

The ADC stressed the concerned officers to work in coordination with the Auqaf Committe of Shahi Hamdan Shrine Tral to make the Urs successful without any inconvenience to the devotees there.

The Urs as per the Auqaf management, will be celebrated on 29th of August while as Shab Khwani will be held 28th of August in the shrine at Khankah Faiz Panah Tral.

The meeting was attended by Chief Medical Officer Pulwama , Block Medical Officer Tral Dr Gobinder Singh Mehta,  Dysp Tral Aijaz Ahmad , SHO Tral GM Rather , BDO Tral , Officials of Muncipal Committee Tral , Power Development Department , CA&PD, PHE and other concerned officials besides the members of Auqaf Committe Tral , Civil society Tral, and Sumo Stand Association Tral.

ADC Tral Riyaz Ahmad Malik , on the occassion urged the concerned departments to make arrangements including supply of water and power, cleanliness and illumination in and around the main venue, besides medical facilities, adequate transport availability, parking, in the premises of Shahi Hamdan Shrine.

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