Govt facilitates distribution of essential items: DC Srinagar
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Feb 13: In a bid to provide respite to people in Srinagar city, the district administration today claimed to have facilitated distribution of essential commodities in curfew bound areas.
The Deputy Commissioner, Srinagar, Baseer Khan said that the administration facilitated distribution of essential commodities in various parts of the city.
“We had asked the CAPD outlets to remain open and today its 444 outlets were functional in various parts of the Srinagar city,” Khan told Greater Kashmir
He said that around 1.23 lakh litres of Milk, 10 trucks and 10 mobile vehicles of vegetables, 5,300 gas cylinders, 2925 poultry birds and 12,450 eggs were distributed across the city.
On functioning of hospitals, Khan said 3,441 patients were treated in various hospitals of the Srinagar city and 129 surgeries were conducted. Out of 85 medical shops around main hospitals in the city, 35 shops were functional,” the DC said.
“We had also given relaxation in curfew from 9 am to 1 pm in areas falling under the jurisdiction of Police station Soura, Lal Bazar, Zakoora , Ram Munshi Bagh , Nishat , Harwan, Rajbagh, Kothi Bagh, Shargadi, Sadder, Batmaloo, Parimpora , Nowgam , Panthachowk , Shaheed Gunj and Karan Nagar,” the DC added.
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