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Director Fisheries held meeting on eve of Mahashivratri
1/21/2023 11:00:08 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Jan 21: The Director Fisheries, J&K, Mohammad Farooq Dar, JKAS chaired a meeting with the all the Officers of the Department to finalise the arrangement/availability of fish on the upcoming holy festival of Mahashivratri falling on 18.02.2023.
The Director instructed all the Officers to ensure adequate supply of quality and hygienic fish during the period of festival and organise special Fish sale camps on 16th and 17th February 2023 at all the Migrant camps in Jammu Division and areas having Kashmiri Pandit community domination and other key locations in Kashmir division. The publicity of sale locations/spots for special fish sale counter shall be made well in advance in both print and electronic media. The Director also instructed to keep a provision for live fish with proper transportation at the doorstep of the Kashmiri Pandit community. He directed the officers that all measures should be kept in place to make available the fish under hygienic condition at Government rates. The officers were also directed to make available the fish at all the Government farms/Departmental fish sale centres during the festival period.
The Director urged the District officers to facilitate the fish farmers to install their stalls at Migrant camps during the festival period for sale of their produce. The officers were directed to ascertain the demand well in advance in their respective areas and monitor the availability/distribution of fish in their areas so that there is no shortage of fish during the festival period. Special monitoring teams both in respect of Jammu and Kashmir Division were also constituted to monitor and coordinate the fish sale during the festival period. It was decided that adequate quantity of Trout fish shall be made available during the festival at Fish Market Narwal, Jammu after ascertaining the demand by the concerned officer.
The meeting was attended by Manzoor Ahmed Wani, Joint Director Fisheries (Central), Jammu, Mohd. Ashraf Derzi, Joint Director Fisheries (Chenab Valley), Jammu, Abdul Majid Tak, Joint Director Fisheries (South), Kashmir and the District Officers. The Kashmir based Officers attended the meeting through Virtual mode.
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