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P K Pole visits Kheer Bhawani Tullamulla, inspects arrangements for Mela

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Ganderbal: Divisional Commissioner Kashmir, Pandurang K Pole on Tuesday visited Kheer Bhawani Temple Tullamulla to review the arrangements put in place for the smooth conduct of the Mela to be celebrated tomorrow.
He was accompanied by DIG-CKR, Sujit K Singh, Deputy Commissioner Ganderbal Shyambir, ADC Ganderbal Farooq Ahmad Baba, ASP Ganderbal Feroz Yehya, Executive Officer Municipality, Tehsildar Lar, President Dharmarth Trust and other officers.
DC Ganderbal apprised the Divisional Commissioner that all the arrangements have been put in place and finalized for the smooth celebrations of the said Mela.
Meanwhile, Pole took the round of the shrine and inspected the arrangements and gave necessary instructions to the district administration and representatives of Dharmarth Trust for further augmenting the arrangements.
The DC briefed the divisional commissioner about the steps taken for conducting smooth mela and informed the Div Com that various line departments like Medical, Municipality, FCS&CA, Police, SDRF, Fire and Emergency have erected their stalls for providing the requisite facilities to the devotees during the mela.
Pole asked the DC to issue instructions to Handloom and Handicrafts department to erect their stalls to showcase handicraft art so that devotees visiting here get awareness about the local handicraft art and it would be instrumental to promote the local handicrafts.
The Divisional Commissioner directed the DC that the tents and stalls installed should be moved backwards for the proper utilization of the available space, besides, keeping enough matting in the tents to provide a proper sitting place for devotees.
Speaking on the occasion, Pole said free SRTC bus service has been made available for the devotees to reach Kheerbawani Temple from various public places/Roadsides like Nehru Park/Shankar Acharya, TRC Srinagar, Airport Srinagar, Indira Nagar, Tulsibagh, Mattan & Vessu (Anantnag), Sonamarg, Gulmarg, Pulwama, Kulgam, Budgam and Pulwama.
He also appealed to the devotees to take full benefit of the bus service being provided by the administration for their convenience and appealed to them to pay their obeisance tomorrow at Kheer Bhawani, Tulmulla here.
He complemented the locals for making arrangements for the devotees which is the best example of communal harmony and mutual brotherhood.
He directed the concerned for installing more mobile toilets in the parking area, and outside the temple area.


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