SrinagarDivisional Commissioner Kashmir, Baseer Ahmad Khan Thursday chaired a high level meeting to review the arrangements being put in place for observance of Muharram days in Kashmir, Leh and Kargil.
MLA Zadibal Abid Hussain Ansari, Deputy Commissioner Srinagar, IG Traffic, Joint Commissioner SMC, RTO Kashmir, SSP Traffic, DGM JKSRTC, Chief Engineer UEED, Principal Govt Medical College, SEs R&B & PDD, Dy Controller LMD, Assistant Director Health, Deputy Medical Superintendent SKIMS, SE Hydraulic, Director ULBK, Deputy Director Planning, Representatives of Anjuman-i-Shar-i-Shiayan & Hussaini Welfare Committee and other concerned officers were present in the meeting whereas all Deputy Commissioners of the valley including Leh & Kargil participated in the meeting through video conferencing.
On the occasion, the Divisional Commissioner directed all Deputy Commissioners to establish Muharram Joint Control Rooms at all district headquarters for the redressal of public grievances at the earliest publish the contact numbers of these Control rooms in print and electronic media.
He also directed all Deputy Commissioners to hold such type of meeting immediately in their respective districts and personally visit the Imambaras in their respective districts to assess the ground realities. The DCs will also constitute teams to assess the arrangements and will prepare action plan and send the copy of the action plan to the MLA Zadibal and Divisional Commissioner office within 5 days for the smooth observation of Muharram days.
On the occasion, the Divisional Commissioner asked the Divisional Administration to make all the necessary arrangements for smooth conduct of all the remembrance functions and procession related to Muharram.
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