Pulwama, Jan 20: The Deputy Commissioner (DC) Pulwama, Dr. Basharat Qayoom Saturday convened a meeting to meticulously review and finalize arrangements for the upcoming Republic Day, 2024 celebrations in the district.
Emphasizing the paramount importance of ensuring a seamless and successful celebration of the Republic Day, the DC stressed the imperative of executing all preparations promptly while strictly adhering to stringent security protocols.
During the meeting, various departments were directed to ensure coordinated efforts for the smooth execution of planned events and activities. The focus was on venue cleanliness, and officials were instructed to arrange for seating, sound systems, and lighting in government buildings and other infrastructure.
A detailed overview of the arrangements was conducted, with the R&B Department directed to ensure logistic arrangements, including heating arrangements. DC directed Subdivision, Tehsil, and Block level offices to ensure that the day is celebrated with great zeal and enthusiasm at each level.
The Health Department was tasked with organizing comprehensive medical facilities, including first aid and ambulance services at the venues.
In the context of cultural programs, parade, and flag hoisting, DC urged officials to curate a diverse and captivating showcase that reflects the rich heritage of the region. He emphasized the significance of adhering to the Flag Code, ensuring the dignified hoisting and handling of the National flag.
Highlighting the importance of coordination and timely execution, the DC urged officials to work collaboratively and ensure the National Day is celebrated with utmost fervor, zeal, and participation.
The meeting concluded with a commitment to ensuring Republic Day 2024 becomes a memorable and grand event, expressing confidence in a successful celebration of the Nation’s unity and diversity.
Senior officials from Government departments and security agencies attended the meeting.
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