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I-Day arrangements finalized at Udhampur
UDHAMPUR, July 20: To discuss the arrangements for the Independence Day function, a meeting of officers of different departments was convened under the chairmanship of the District Development Commissioner, Udhampur, Mrs. Yasha Mudgal here today.

It was decided in the meeting that the main function would be held in the premises of Government PG College for Boys ground where the VIP would unfurl the National flag followed by march past of contingents drawn from District Police, SKPA, Forest Protection Force, NCC and students of various schools. The school children would also present cultural programmes reflecting rich cultural heritage and patriotism.

Threadbare discussions were also held regarding arrangements of seating, barricading, security, traffic regulation, drinking water and power supply, sanitation, first-aid, deployment of buses and fire-tenders etc.

The DDC directed the engineers of R&B, PHE and PDD to ensure effective arrangements of barricading, seating and drinking water besides uninterrupted power supply on the day of function. The Executive Officer, Municipality was asked for maintaining cleanliness of college ground and town well in advance while Chief Medical Officer was directed to deploy mobile van with staff and medicines at the venue of the function. District and Traffic Police would make security and traffic regulation on the day.

A committee of officers was also constituted to finalize the list of outstanding students to be awarded on the National Day.

Important Government buildings would be illuminated in the evening of auspicious day, the meeting decided.

The celebrations of the National Day would start with the playing of Shehnai Vadan by the District Information Centre, Udhampur in the wee hours of the day.

News Updated at : Sunday, July 21, 2013
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