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Governor reviews arrangements at Holy Cave
6/22/2018 11:00:01 PM
Early Times Report

SRINAGAR, June 22: Governor N.N. Vohra, Chairman Shri Amarnathji Shrine Board (SASB), accompanied by Shri Umang Narula, Chief Executive Officer of the Board, visited the Holy Cave, Panjtarni, Baltal and Domel Yatra Camps and Neelgrath Helipad to review the status of arrangements for the Yatra commencing on June, 28 2018. Governor was briefed about the up-gradation of track on Baltal-Holy Cave axis, security arrangements and the facilities being established for the establishment of medical facilities, shelter sheds, langars, tents, shops, pre-fabricated huts, toilets, baths, etc. Governor had discussions with senior officers of Army, J&K Police, CRPF, BSF, ITBP, NDRF, SDRF regarding security arrangements being made on and along the track for the smooth conduct of Yatra.
Governor issued instructions to the Camp Director at Holy Cave to seek the help of Army and Para Military Security units to recce the area, particularly the slopes above the Holy Cave, to see that there were no loose stones/ boulders which could roll down and cause injuries to the pilgrims. Governor emphasized that strict monitoring of sanitation arrangements be ensured for the proper disposal of all bio-degradable and non- biodegradable wastes. Governor further directed the Camp Directors and other functionaries of the board to particularly ensure effective sanitary arrangements in respect of the functioning of toilets / bath units and, cleaning of the Camp area, thrice a day.
At the Panjtarni Base Camp, Governor inspected arrangements for supply of power, water supply, proper installation of Baths and toilets and the treatment of their out flows. He directed the Camp Director to personally supervise, daily, and ensure the sanitation of the toilets and baths and also ensure that regular doses of microbial consortium are added by the agency responsible for ensuring sanitation for effective degradation of waste.
Governor visited the Access Control Gate at Domel and reviewed the security preparations and movement plan of the Yatris with Col. Nitin Khajuria, Commanding Officer, 8 Rajputana Rifles, and Sh Ramkesh Sharma, Camp Director and Shri Prithpal Singh, Deputy Camp Director.
At the Neelgrath Helipad, Governor inspected the Waiting Hall area and other facilities created for the Yatris and directed to ensure that the toilets and wash-rooms are kept clean and hygienic at all times.
During his near day long visit to the Camps in the Yatra area, Governor held a review meeting at the Baltal Base Camp with Deputy Commissioner Ganderbal; Senior Superintendent of Police Ganderbal; concerned Divisional and District level officers and officers from the CPMFs and the State Police. He directed the Labour and Animal Husbandry Departments to ensure the proper registration of Ponies and the Pony-wallas, Dandi-wallas, Palki-wallas and the authorized strength of the Pithus (labour).
Governor directed GM (Works) to ensure that all the toilets and baths, at every Camp location, are connected to proper waste disposal systems and foolproof arrangements are made for maintaining cleanliness of toilet facilities, at all times. The Governor stressed on the Police officers to ensure that all regulatory measures are most strictly enforced to ensure that every registered Yatri is enabled to cross the Access Control Gates at Baltal without any inconvenience. CAPD officials informed the Governor that adequate arrangements are being made for stocking rations, fire-wood and fuels for the coming Yatra.
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