Sagar assures uninterrupted power supply to City areas
MUHARRAM ARRANGEMENTS REVIEWED
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Srinagar, Nov 21: Minister for Rural Development and Parliamentary Affairs, Ali Muhammad Sagar Monday reviewed Muharram arrangements and assured that uninterrupted power would be supplied to areas where Muharram related events are held.
An official handout said Sagar visited areas including Hasanabad, Rainawari, Alamgiribazar and Zadibal. He was accompanied by District Development Commissioner, Srinagar, Meraj Ahmad Kakroo and other senior officers of different departments and district administration.
Sagar said “PDD has been asked to provide uninterrupted supply of electricity in these areas so that the devotees do not face any inconvenience during the holy days.”
The Minister directing the DDC to ensure that the additional quota of sugar and foodgrains should be provided in these areas. Responding to the demands of locals at Zadibal, the Minister said that the necessary instructions would be passed on to the concerned for speeding up the pace of work on the ongoing newly constructed Imambara and Mir Shamus-Ud-din Iraqi(RA)’s memorial at Zadibal. He added that we will ensure that these are constructed well within stipulated time.
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