SRINAGAR Deputy Commissioner Srinagar, Dr Syed Abid Rasheed Shah, Tuesday visited Chatti Padshahi Gurdwara at Rainawari here to review the arrangements made on the occasion of birth anniversary of the sixth Sikh Guru, Guru Hargobind Jis onJune 29.
The DC while taking an on-the-spot review of arrangements at the gurdwara where thousands of devotees from various districts are expected to join the celebrations and attend the shabad kirtan in honour of the revered guru, directed all concerned departments to ensure all arrangements are finalized so that the festival is celebrated in its full color.
He instructed for ensuring hassle-free traffic and parking arrangements and uninterrupted supply of power and water and directed the concerned departments to ensure sanitation and immediate repairing of defunct lights, if any, in and around the gurdwara.
Dr Shah also directed the concerned department to provide four quintals of rice to the gurdwara langar offering free food to devotees during the course of the celebrations. He also directed for setting up a medical camp with free health checkup and tests at the gurdwara.
The Police was asked to provide a sufficient security cover around the gurdwara to prevent any offence by miscreants.
The DC also instructed the SRTC to make adequate number of buses available at Baghat, Alochi Bagh and Jawahar Nagar so that devotees face no inconvenience traveling to Chatti Padshahi.
Senior officers from all concerned departmen
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