Div Com Reviews Status Of Essential Commodities

SRINAGAR — In view of preventing inclement weather conditions, frequent closure of National Highway and other issues, the Divisional Commissioner Kashmir Baseer Ahmad Khan today convened a meeting with all District Development Commissioners (DDCs) to review the status of essential commodities.

During the meeting, the Divisional Commissioner was informed that essential services are functioning smoothly in all the districts and the government employees are attending their duties properly.

All DCs were directed to ensure judicious distribution of ration as there is procedural requirement of advance stocking of ration for the month of March. He further elaborated that in view of the frequent closure of highway, availability of essential supplies is being ensured for public convenience especially in snow-bound areas.

Divisional Commissioner Kashmir informed the meeting that the rationing of petroleum products in the division has been ordered due to persistent closure of the Srinagar-Jammu highway. He said the order will be withdrawn as soon as the highway is fully restored and supplies are received.

During the meeting, the Div Com directed all DCs to hold public darbars and civil society meetings for redressal of public grievances on priority basis through public outreach programme.

He called for better synergy to ensure effective distribution of essential commodities to the people.

Additional Commissioner Kashmir Tasaduq Hussain Mir, Deputy Commissioner Srinagar Dr Shahid Iqbal Choudury, Deputy Commissioner Pulwama Dr Syed Abid Rashid Shah, Assistant Commissioner Qazi Irfan and other officers were present in the meeting, which was attended by the DCs from other districts of the division through video conferencing facility.

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