Jammu, Apr 20: Arrangements for the annual darbar-move of the Jammu and Kashmir government from here to Srinagar have been finalised at a meeting chaired by Commissioner Secretary General of administration Khursheed Ahmad Ganai.
The meeting, held last evening, was informed that the state road transport corporation (JKSRTC) would provide the required number of buses for the employees belonging to the Kashmir division on April 29 at the Civil Secretariat and Transport Commissioner's office here and for Jammu based employees on April 7 at the same venues.
It was decided at the meeting that for the convenience of the employees, the JKSRTC will open ticket booking counters at the Civil Secretariat and Transport Commissioner's office at Narwal here from today. It was also decided that for transport of the office records, the corporation would provide the required number of trucks on April 30.
Necessary security would be provided to the employees from during travel from Jammu to Srinagar and the health department would also provide ambulances with basic first aid and medicines during the journey.
Deputy Inspector General of police Mohammad Amin Shah informed the meeting that traffic police personnel would be deployed at all cab stands to check overcharging while the prescribed rates would be published in the local dailies.
The meeting also gave a final touch to the arrangements made for boarding and lodging of the employees and their residential accommodation at Srinagar.
The meeting was attended by Director motor garages, Director estates, General Manager JKSRTC, General Manager JKTDC, Director budgets, Deputy Director health services, Jammu, Senior Superintendent of police, security, Senior Superintendent of police, PCR, Jammu and President non-gazetted Employees Association and the Civil Secretariat.