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JAMMU: In connection with the approaching Holy Navratras and expecting huge rush of the people at Bawewali Mata Temple, the Speaker, Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly, Kavinder Gupta, on Wednesday visited Bahu Fort and took stock of the arrangements put in place by the administration for the devotees.
A team of officers of Jammu Municipal Corporation (JMC), Roads and Buildings, Public Health Engineering, Health, Power Development Department accompanied the Speaker during his visit.
Reviewing the arrangements, Kavinder Gupta directed the concerned officers to make all necessary arrangements well before time for the convenience of the devotees. He directed to ensure uninterrupted power, water supply and proper sanitation in and around the temple.
The Speaker asked the concerned officials of PHE, PDD, Municipal and other concerned to ensure the basic facilities are provided to the pilgrims during these days.
The Speaker directed the JMC authorities to put in more men and machinery to ensure proper sanitation in the area during the Holy days.
Interacting with the people at Bahu, the Speaker assured them that Government is working for the welfare of the people and every genuine problem of the people will be addressed.
Later, the Speaker paid obeisance at BaweWali Mata Temple and prayed for the peace and prosperity of the State. He also interacted with the visitors at the temple.
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