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Div Com, RRC flag off devotees for Kheer Bhawani Mela
5/26/2023 10:01:31 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, May 26: Divisional Commissioner Jammu, Ramesh Kumar, and Relief & Rehabilitation Commissioner (M) J&K, K.K Sidha, flagged off a fleet of 125 buses with 4000 devotees on board, including a majority of Kashmir Pandits, to the Annual Mela Kheerbhawani celebrated at Mata Kheerbhawani Temple Shrine Tulmulla (Ganderbal) Kashmir.
The fleet consisted of 95 buses for Tulmulla (Ganderbal), 23 buses for Tikker (Kupwara), 3 buses for Manzgam (Kulgam), 2 buses for Logripora (Anantnag), and 2 buses for Martand (Anantnag). Packed refreshments were provided to all the devotees.
During their journey, the devotees will visit prominent temples in the district, and on 28th May 2023, on the eve of Jesth Ashtami, they will participate in the Annual Hawan and Mela at Mata Kheerbhawani Temple Tulmulla (Ganderbal).
The Divisional Commissioner assured that extensive arrangements have been made for the devotees' comfort and safety during their travel from Jammu to their respective destinations and to Tulmulla (Ganderbal) and back.
The yatris were provided lunch at Ramban Jammu. The Divisional Administration Kashmir, along with the Deputy Commissioners of the Kashmir Division, has made comprehensive arrangements for the yatris' stay, including lodging, boarding, medical facilities, and sanitation. Nodal officers have been assigned for smooth coordination and monitoring of the yatra. The District Administrations are also facilitating the participation of Kashmiri Pandits residing in Kashmir in the Annual Kheerbhawani Mela.
The devotees expressed satisfaction with the arrangements made by the government and the coordination and monitoring efforts of the Relief Organization. They expressed joy in participating in this sacred yatra and were delighted to visit their motherland and places of birth after a long time. They will pray for peace, development of the UT, and the country.
The Relief & Rehabilitation Commissioner (M) acknowledged the support of the Divisional Administrations of Kashmir and Jammu, the Deputy Commissioners, the Police Administration, and the efforts and dedication of the officers and officials of the Relief Organization under the guidance of the Secretary DMRR&R.
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