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Mau. A meeting was held in the Collectorate Auditorium chaired by Divisional Commissioner Vijay Vishwas Pant and DIG Subhash Chandra Dubey. During the meeting, the readiness of Kanwar Yatra was checked. At the same time, the officers were given the necessary instructions. In his address to the meeting, Divisional Commissioner Vijay Vishwas Pant said that the affected subdivision judges and all area officials and police station chiefs should visit the respective routes and routes including ghats and pagodas for Kanwariyas.
All arrangements should be made in the places where Kanwar Yatris will rest for the night. He said that there should be no profanity in Kanwar Yatra. He said Kanwar Yatra would be taken out after a year of hiatus. He said that Kovid-19’s protocol should definitely be followed. In connection with the festival of Bakrid, the deputy district judge and bailiffs were instructed not to sacrifice prohibited animals under any circumstances. The Divisional Commissioner said the prohibitive places should not be sacrificed.
DIG Subash Chand Dubey instructed that all officers and station managers will take special care that no sacrifices are allowed in public places during Bakrids. He said that special care should be taken with Nagpanchmi during the month of Sawan and during Friday prayers. District Judge Amit Singh Bansal instructed all officials concerned to correct the deficiencies immediately before the festivities. So that no problems arise during the festival.
Police superintendent, Sushil Ghouls, instructed all police officers that a sufficient number of police officers would be deployed on the routes to Kanwar Yatra. Instructions were given to keep police forces in reserve on the routes that other Kanwar pilgrims would take. He said the officers concerned should hold peace committee meetings in their respective areas and resolve the issues in advance.
On that occasion, the Chief Development Officer, Additional District Magistrates, Additional Superintendent of Police, Chief Medical Officer, all District Magistrates, all Deputy District Magistrates, District Panchayat Raj Officers, District Information Officers, all Executive Officers and concerned officers were concerned available.

Mau. A meeting was held in the Collectorate Auditorium chaired by Divisional Commissioner Vijay Vishwas Pant and DIG Subhash Chandra Dubey. During the meeting, the readiness of Kanwar Yatra was checked. At the same time, the officers were given the necessary instructions. In his address to the meeting, Divisional Commissioner Vijay Vishwas Pant said that the affected subdivision judges and all area officials and police station chiefs should visit the respective routes and routes including ghats and pagodas for Kanwariyas.

All arrangements should be made in the places where Kanwar Yatris will rest for the night. He said that there should be no profanity in Kanwar Yatra. He said Kanwar Yatra would be taken out after a year of hiatus. He said that Kovid-19’s protocol should definitely be followed. In connection with the festival of Bakrid, the deputy district judge and bailiffs were instructed not to sacrifice prohibited animals under any circumstances. The Divisional Commissioner said the prohibitive places should not be sacrificed.

DIG Subash Chand Dubey instructed that all officers and station managers will take special care that no sacrifices are allowed in public places during Bakrids. He said that special care should be taken with Nagpanchmi during the month of Sawan and during Friday prayers. District Judge Amit Singh Bansal instructed all officials concerned to correct the deficiencies immediately before the festivities. So that no problems arise during the festival.

Police superintendent, Sushil Ghouls, instructed all police officers that a sufficient number of police officers would be deployed on the routes to Kanwar Yatra. Instructions were given to keep the police in reserve on the routes that other Kanwar pilgrims would take. He said the officers concerned should hold peace committee meetings in their respective areas and resolve the issues in advance.

On that occasion, the Chief Development Officer, Additional District Magistrates, Additional Superintendent of Police, Chief Medical Officer, all District Magistrates, all Deputy District Magistrates, District Panchayat Raj Officers, District Information Officers, all Executive Officers and concerned officers were concerned available.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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