SRINAGAR Divisional Commissioner Kashmir, Baseer Ahmad Khan Saturday conducted an extensive tour of Srinagar city to inspect all arrangements and face lifting works being put in place for ensuing Durbar Move.
He visited Secretariat road, Jehangir Chowk, Lal Chowk, M.A Road, TRC, Raj Bagh, Lal Mandi, Iqbal Park, Ram Bagh, Barzullah, Hyderpora, Airport Road and other places to review arrangements put in place. The Div Com was told that the face lifting, including white wash, paint, laying of tiles and renovation of pathways, besides landscaping of open spaces was in full swing.
Divisional Commissioner enjoined upon the officers to complete the repair, renovation and other maintenance works before opening of the offices so that the departments could function in a hassle free manner. Khan asked the executing agencies to keep their activities at maximum to complete the works on Sunday morning.
The Divisional Commissioner stressed the concerned officers to further gear up men and machinery on double shifts for timely completion of all repair and renovation works. Deputy Commissioner Srinagar, Chief Engineer R&B, Additional Commissioner SMC, SSP Traffic, SP (South) Srinagar, RTO Kashmir, Engineers from ERA, and other concerned officers were accompanying the Divisional Commissioner.
Div Com Inspects work on TRC, Solina-Ram Bagh flyovers
Divisional Commissioner Kashmir, Baseer Ahmad Khan today conducted motorable drives along with a cavalcade of 30 vehicles on TRC mini flyover (Grade Separator) and Solina-Rambagh stretch of JCR (Jehangir Chowk-Rambagh) flyover to inspect the patchwork and other necessary works going-on on the bridge.
He directed engineers and concerned officers to complete the construction work at an earliest while keeping safety parameters on board. He directed the executing agency to start the work on double shifts to commission the project within the deadline. On the occasion, Divisional Commissioner said that these are the prestigious projects in the Srinagar city that will decongest the traffic problem.
He asked engineers and contractors to work with added zeal and in synergy so that these prestigious projects will be completed in a time bound manner. Deputy Commissioner Srinagar, Chief Engineer R&B, Additional Commissioner SMC, SSP Traffic, SP (South) Srinagar, RTO Kashmir, Engineers from ERA, and other concerned officers were accompanying the Divisional Commissioner.
IGP visits Civil Secretariat
Inspector General of Police (IGP) Kashmir zone, Swayam Prakash Pani along with senior Police and CRPF officers Saturday visited Civil Secretariat and reviewed arrangements made for the opening of offices at Civil Secretariat Srinagar.
IGP Kashmir accompanied by DIG CKR, SSP Srinagar and CAPF officers went around the Civil Secretariat and inspected various security check-points established inside the Secretariat premises and Assembly complex.
Pani directed the officials to ensure the common citizens visiting Secretariat for redressal of their grievances are allowed during the meeting hours fixed by the authorities without putting them to any inconvenience.
IGP also reviewed the facilities available for the common citizens at the check-point. Moreover, he directed the officials to duly follow the security protocols with due regard to decency and respect of common citizens.
According to a police spokesman, he was briefed by the concerned territorial officers about various security measures adopted inside the Secretariat premises for the safety and security of employees working there.
He also interacted with the jawans posted at the Secretariat. While appreciating their commitment towards the duties, IGP Kashmir stressed on the jawans to remain vigilant while discharging duties so that the security of premises always remain intact.