State Times News JAMMU: Ahead of the annual Darbar Move from Jammu to Srinagar in the last week this month, the security forces and the State government have beefed up security to ensure incident free travel of the employees. Due to strict security related restrictions, the State government has chalked out the schedule of movement of move employees along the 300 km long Jammu Srinagar National Highway to ensure hassle free travel. To prevent any attack on the movement of the vehicles, elaborate security deployment is expected to be made to instill a sense of security among the employees. In the wake of regular suspension of traffic on account of land sliding on the National Highway, the State government has already made parallel arrangements across different district headquarters to meet any contingency. According to official sources, the first batch of vehicles is expected to hit the National Highway on April 27. To cater to the rush of passengers, the State government is expected to deploy SRTC buses to clear the rush in one go. A circular has been issued separately to the private tour operators to avoid harassment of passengers and avoid over charging. Due to security restrictions on the highway, the State government has also appealed to the employees to remain alert and respond to the situation appropriately.
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