Srinagar, Aug 17 (UNI) Jammu and Kashmir Governor N N Vohra has reiterated the need for continuing effective and closely coordinated efforts for maintaining the inward and outward movement of important items round-the-clock.
He also stressed the need for uninterrupted availability of essential commodities in all areas, particularly certain rural areas from where some complaints had been received.
An official spokesman today said Mr Vohra reviewed, at a high level meeting held yesterday evening, the law and order situation in the state, particularly in Kashmir.
Based on extensive discussions, the meeting discussed the movement of essential commodities and fruits on the Lakhanpur-Jammu-Srinagar National Highway, with particular attention to the inflow of petroleum products, LPG cylinders, livestock, medicines and other house-hold consumables.
Various issues relating to the transportation of the Kashmir fruits to various markets in the plains were also discussed.
The meeting was given detailed briefings on the law and order issues front and the movement of vehicular traffic carrying essential commodities on the National Highway.
Those present in the meeting included the three Advisors to the Governor, Mr H H Tyabji, Dr Sudhir S Bloeria and Mr C Phunsog; Chief Secretary S S Kapur; GOC 15 Corps, Lt Gen Mukesh Sabherwal; Principal Secretary Home, Mr Anil Goswami; DGP, Mr Kuldeep Khuda; and Principal Secretary to Governor, Mr B B Vyas.
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