Irfan Shah visits Batamalo Sahib(RA) shrine
Srinagar, Apr 16: MLA Batamalo constituency, Irfan Ahmad Shah accompanied by Deputy Commissioner, Srinagar, Baseer Ahmad Khan visited the shrine of Sheikh Dawood (Batamalo Sahib(RA)) and took stock of Urs arrangement made by District administration.
On this occasion, the MLA urged the district administration to ensure uninterrupted water and power supply during the Urs period, an official handout said. He also directed SMC authorities to maintain cleanliness in and around the shrine of Batamalo Sahib (RA), it added.
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