Tribune News Service
Mandi, December 23
Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur today presided over a meeting of senior officers of the state government to review the preparedness for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Mandi on December 27.
He directed officers to ensure that all possible arrangements are made to make the event “historic”. The Chief Minister said adequate arrangements should be made for transportation of beneficiaries of various schemes to the event. He said arrangements should also be made for their food and drinking water.
He said the district police should also ensure smooth plying of vehicles, parking of buses and other vehicles.
The Chief Minister asked officers to ensure that general public does not face any inconvenience due to the event. He also said every bus carrying people must be accompanied by a liaison officer and they should reach the venue well in time.
Transport Minister Bikram Singh, while attending the meeting virtually, assured the Chief Minister that proper arrangements would be ensured for transportation of supporters. Political Advisor to Chief Minister Trilok Jamwal, OSD to Chief Minister Mahinder Dharmani, Chief Secretary Ram Subhag Singh, DGP Sanjay Kundu, Mandi Deputy Commissioner Arindam Chaudhary, Superintendent of Police Shalini Agnihotri, Director, Information and Public Relations, Harbans Singh Brascon attended the meeting at Mandi whereas HRTC Managing Director Sandeep Kumar and Deputy Commissioners of various districts attended the meeting virtually.
Directs officers to check arrangements
- The CM directed officers to make arrangements for transportation of beneficiaries of various schemes to the event
- He said arrangements should also be made for their food and drinking water. He directed the district police to ensure smooth plying and parking of buses and other vehicles