The security officials asked for the requirement of security bunkers at Civil Secretariat, especially New Assembly Hall building, which was accepted by the Principal Secretary.
Principal secretary planning, development and monitoring department Rohit Kansal on Friday chaired a high-level meeting at Civil Secretariat Jammu to review the arrangements for bi-annual Durbar Move.
Divisional commissioner Jammu Sanjeev Verma, IGP Jammu SDS Jamwal, DC Jammu Ramesh Kumar and senior officers from JMC, GAD, Estates, SRTC, FCS&CA, Health, PDD, PHE, Floriculture, JKTDC were present at the meeting.
Kansal directed the IT Department for installation of computers in each department at the Civil Secretariat Jammu well before the opening of offices to avoid wear and tear during physical transportation of computers with the Move.
The meeting was informed that from the next Durbar Move, the WiFi and networking equipment won’t be shifted during Durbar Move as Civil Secretariat Jammu and Srinagar shall be provided with dedicated WiFi facilities.
The meeting also discussed security arrangements at Secretariat and residential quarters for move employees in detail. The security officials asked for the requirement of security bunkers at Civil Secretariat, especially New Assembly Hall building, which was accepted by the Principal Secretary.
Kansal directed the officers from Estates to ensure adequate arrangements for ferrying of official records and transportation of employees and said that only one-way traffic from Jammu to Srinagar should be allowed during these five days to avoid congestion on the highway.
Kansal asked food, civil supplies and consumer affairs department to issue temporary ration cards and gas connections to the Move employees for their Jammu stay and to ensure timely supply of rations.