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March 26, 2020 00:00:00 | Rising Kashmir News

Advisor Khan directs DCs to impose strict restrictions, take action against violators

'Ensure fumigation, power, essentials’ availability'

 Advisor to Lieutenant Governor (LG), Baseer Ahmad Khan and overall in-charge of Coronavirus Control Efforts (CCE) in Kashmir division, Wednesday directed all the Deputy Commissioners to work religiously for the safety of people so that coronavirus pandemic was stopped.
He directed them to adopt coordinated and collective approach to address all issues in mission mode so that the chain of COVID-19 pandemic infection was broken.
The advisor issued these directions while reviewing the preparedness and arrangements made by district administrations across Kashmir valley.
He sought detailed feedback from the district administrations regarding the number of suspected persons in isolation - administrative and home quarantine - with facilities in district hospitals, screening counters on highways, distribution of essential commodities, functioning of 24x7 control rooms, involvement of PRIs, lockdown measures, deployments, and other arrangements.
Advisor Khan directed to ensure complete lockdown for 21 days strictly and asked for imposing strict restrictions for general public except essential services.
He directed to enforce strict screening of travelers including outside labourers in their respective districts and issue certificates with stamps for negative persons.
Reminding the precautions to be followed, he said frontline employees should wear masks, gloves and maintain one-meter social distance while performing their essential service duty on ground.
For distribution of ration, LPG and other essential commodities, he directed the DCs to conceptualize a mechanism that should regulate in such a manner that long queues would be eliminated and social distancing strictly maintained.
The advisor asked for disseminating the contact numbers to the consumers for home delivery system of groceries and other essential commodities.
He asked the DCs to hold meetings with Beopar Mandal Committees and provide transport to them.
Advisor Khan directed the concerned to make contingency plan for areas of operation and earmark senior officers for essential services in their respective offices.
He asked them to compile feedback on a daily basis and send report to him for further course of action.
The advisor emphasized that control rooms should be made vibrant and distress calls should be promptly responded.
He also directed the PDD to ensure round-the-clock electricity to essential service offices with back-up facilities of generators.
Proper sanitation and fumigation should be done twice a day on roads, buildings and other places, he said.
Khan stressed the DCs to maintain high level of vigil and follow the directions religiously so that the chain of coronavirus infection is broken at all levels in Kashmir division.
Senior officers of various departments were present in the meeting where as the Deputy Commissioners participated in the meeting through video conferencing.


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March 26, 2020 00:00:00 | Rising Kashmir News

Advisor Khan directs DCs to impose strict restrictions, take action against violators

'Ensure fumigation, power, essentials’ availability'

              

 Advisor to Lieutenant Governor (LG), Baseer Ahmad Khan and overall in-charge of Coronavirus Control Efforts (CCE) in Kashmir division, Wednesday directed all the Deputy Commissioners to work religiously for the safety of people so that coronavirus pandemic was stopped.
He directed them to adopt coordinated and collective approach to address all issues in mission mode so that the chain of COVID-19 pandemic infection was broken.
The advisor issued these directions while reviewing the preparedness and arrangements made by district administrations across Kashmir valley.
He sought detailed feedback from the district administrations regarding the number of suspected persons in isolation - administrative and home quarantine - with facilities in district hospitals, screening counters on highways, distribution of essential commodities, functioning of 24x7 control rooms, involvement of PRIs, lockdown measures, deployments, and other arrangements.
Advisor Khan directed to ensure complete lockdown for 21 days strictly and asked for imposing strict restrictions for general public except essential services.
He directed to enforce strict screening of travelers including outside labourers in their respective districts and issue certificates with stamps for negative persons.
Reminding the precautions to be followed, he said frontline employees should wear masks, gloves and maintain one-meter social distance while performing their essential service duty on ground.
For distribution of ration, LPG and other essential commodities, he directed the DCs to conceptualize a mechanism that should regulate in such a manner that long queues would be eliminated and social distancing strictly maintained.
The advisor asked for disseminating the contact numbers to the consumers for home delivery system of groceries and other essential commodities.
He asked the DCs to hold meetings with Beopar Mandal Committees and provide transport to them.
Advisor Khan directed the concerned to make contingency plan for areas of operation and earmark senior officers for essential services in their respective offices.
He asked them to compile feedback on a daily basis and send report to him for further course of action.
The advisor emphasized that control rooms should be made vibrant and distress calls should be promptly responded.
He also directed the PDD to ensure round-the-clock electricity to essential service offices with back-up facilities of generators.
Proper sanitation and fumigation should be done twice a day on roads, buildings and other places, he said.
Khan stressed the DCs to maintain high level of vigil and follow the directions religiously so that the chain of coronavirus infection is broken at all levels in Kashmir division.
Senior officers of various departments were present in the meeting where as the Deputy Commissioners participated in the meeting through video conferencing.


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