ADGP Vijay Kumar reviews finals arrangements of Shri Amarnath Yatra at Baltal, Shadipora, Manigam


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SRINAGAR, June 30: The final arrangements for Shri Amarnath Yatra was reviewed by Additional Director General of Police (ADGP) Kashmir Zone Vijay Kumar alongwith other officers of police and security forces at Baltal Base Camp and Transit Camps, established at Shadipora and Manigam, here today.

The ADGP Vijay Kumar was accompanied by SSP Ganderbal-Nikhil Borkar, Additional Superintendent of Police Ganderbal as well as officers of CRPF, SSB and ITBP with a purpose to ensure the smooth functioning of the camps and also met with the stakeholders involved in organizing the SANJY-2023.

During his visit, the ADGP Kashmir inspected the facilities at both the Baltal Base Camp and Manigam Transit Camp for the safe and smooth conduct of the SANJY.

 The ADGP also reviewed the infrastructure, accommodation, medical facilities, security arrangements, and overall logistics to assess their readiness for the pilgrimage. The ADGP also visited Joint Control Room (JCR) Baltal, inspected working procedures, interacted officials from Army, BSF, CRPF, ITBP, SSB, JKP and Army’s Aviation at JCR, followed by the ADGP also observed functional aspects of drone surveillance and counter measures at Army Camp Baltal.

Moreover, Vijay Kumar also held meetings with various stakeholders, including senior police officers, camp administrators, healthcare professionals, and representatives from local authorities and addressed the concerns raised by the stakeholder during the meeting.

The ADGP also ensured that all necessary measures were put in place to meet the needs of the devotees participating in the pilgrimage.

The ADGP Vijay Kumar directed the officers and officials present during the meeting to fulfil every need of the pilgrims including adequate accommodation, clean water, sanitation facilities, medical assistance, and security measures throughout the duration of the pilgrimage.

He also stressed upon the officers to manage the alternative routes at congested junctions for the hassle-free movement of commuters for the convenience of the general public.

Moreover, he took the opportunity to brief the State Disaster Response Force (SDRF) NDRF and Mountain Rescue teams regarding their roles and responsibilities as these teams are crucial in providing immediate assistance and rescue operations in mountainous regions during natural disasters.


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