Ganai, Dhar visit Civil Secretariat
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, May 6: Chief Minister’s Principal Secretary, Khurshid Ahmed Ganai, and Commissioner Secretary General Administration Department (GAD) Basharat Ahmed Dhar, visited the Civil Secretariat here on Thursday to take the stock of arrangements as offices are scheduled to open in summer capital on May 10, an official spokesman said.
He said, Ganai and Dhar went round various sections and also took stock of upgradation work of Law department, PDD and Grievance Cell of the Chief Minister.
Ganai instructed the concerned authorities to ensure proper sanitation in and around the secretariat premises and cleaning of all the sections of the departments.
Later, they also visited various government quarters including Solina, TRC and Hotel Heemaal where officials and officers are putting up during the Durbar Move in the summer capital. He directed the Director Estates to personally ensure that all the facilities are in place at all the places including secretariat, so that the government employees do not face any problem. He also instructed the PDD authorities to ensure proper lighting system in all the government quarters and hotels for employees.
The Principal Secretary expressed satisfaction over the work performed by various departments for making arrangements for Durbar Move employees.
He said 90 percent work has been completed and hoped that all the arrangements would be in place by May 9.
The Principal Secretary appreciated the divisional and district administration, Municipal Corporation, TDC, Tourism, Information and Estates and other concerned departments for maintaining coordination in this respect.
Referring to traffic management, Ganai said he had discussed the matter with IG Traffic and special arrangements would be made by deploying more policemen would be put on duty to regulate the traffic.
The Principal Secretary was accompanied by Director Estates, K A Shah, Director Information, Khawaja Farooq Ahmad Renzu, Joint Director of Information, Farooq Ahmad Lone and Executive Engineers of various wings besides SP Security, Civil Secretariat, Manzoor Ahmad.
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