Ghats inspected for Ram Navami and Chhath, focus on civil facilities

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Ghats inspected for Ram Navami and Chhath, focus on civil facilities

Thursday, 11 April 2024 | PNS | Jamshedpur


 

 
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District Magistrate cum Deputy Commissioner  Ananya Mittal and Senior Superintendent of Police  Kishore Kaushal, along with other officials, inspected various ghats ahead of Ram Navami immersion procession and Chaiti Chhath. Instructions were given for the restoration of civil facilities and adherence to the Model Code of Conduct during the festival.
 
On the occasion of Ram Navami immersion procession and Chaiti Chhath, District Magistrate cum Deputy Commissioner  Ananya Mittal and Senior Superintendent of Police  Kishore Kaushal undertook an inspection of the ghats along the Swarnarekha and Kharkai rivers. The inspection aimed to ensure proper arrangements for devotees and adherence to the Model Code of Conduct, considering the ongoing Lok Sabha elections.
 
Accompanied by Deputy Development Commissioner  Manish Kumar, City SP  Mukesh Lunayat, and other administrative and police officers, the officials visited several ghats including Domuhani Chhath Ghat in Sonari, Kadma Sati Ghat, and Beli Bodhanwala Ghat in Bistupur. During the inspection, emphasis was laid on repairing the ghats, cleaning, leveling, barricading, lighting, and ensuring smooth traffic flow. Instructions were also given for the provision of drinking water and marking of danger zones, along with necessary preparations for security and safety.
 
 Mittal, addressing the gathering, emphasized that with the Model Code of Conduct in effect, all festival-related activities must comply with legal regulations. The district administration pledged to provide necessary civil facilities to devotees at all river ghats and urged citizens to cooperate in maintaining law and order during the festivities.
 
Senior Superintendent of Police  Kaushal assured the deployment of adequate police forces at Chhath Ghats, public places, and sensitive areas to ensure security. Devotees were reminded to refrain from activities that could disrupt law and order during the festivals, with stringent security measures in place across the district.
 
The inspection witnessed the presence of various officials including DTO, Deputy Municipal Commissioner of JNAC, SDM Dhalbhum, Executive Engineer of RCD, District Public Relations Officer, Tata Steel UISL officials, concerned DSPs, and Police Station Incharges, underscoring the collective effort towards facilitating safe and orderly celebrations.
 
The proactive approach of the district administration and police in inspecting ghats and ensuring civil facilities for devotees reflects their commitment to maintaining peace and security during Ram Navami and Chaiti Chhath festivities. With robust security measures in place, citizens are encouraged to celebrate responsibly and contribute to a harmonious atmosphere.

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