January 7, 2021

Div Com (K) visits Kulgam, takes first hand appraisal of post snowfall situation

Stress laid on early restoration of essential services

Kulgam: The Divisional Commissioner, Kashmir, Pandurang K Pole Wednesday visited district Kulgam and convened a high-level meeting of the concerned officers to take first hand appraisal of the post snowfall situation and the steps taken to restore essential services.

During the meeting, Deputy Commissioner (DC) Kulgam, Showkat Aijaz Bhat informed the chair that above seventy percent of the priority first roads have been cleared by various engineering agencies besides snow clearance operations on other major and inner links is also going-on smoothly throughout the district besides control rooms are working round the clock at all levels to mitigate public grievances.

He also informed that the health care institutions are functioning normally with ample medicare facilities and patients are being attended by the doctors and paramedics at District Hospital and other associated hospitals.

The Div Com on the occasion took a detailed review of stock position and it was informed that there is sufficient stock of essential commodities available in the district.

He also directed the concerned to work throughout day and night and press all men and machinery on the job to ensure snow clearance and early restoration of essential services in all areas.

The concerned officers from KPDCL were directed to ensure timely lifting of damaged transformers and their repairment besides the disaster centres were asked to remain fully functional to meet any exigency during winters.

To curb black marketing, profiteering and hoarding,  the Div Com directed the concerned to conduct regular market checking and take strict action against the offenders.

The meeting was attended by  Chief Engineer PWD, Showkat Jeelani, SSP Kulgam, Gurindar Paul Singh, ACR, ACD, Ex. Engineers of R&B, MED and PDD besides CMO and other officers.

Later, the Divisional Commissioner visited several villages of the district to monitor snow clearance measures that have been put in place by district administration.

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