District Magistrate and Superintendent of Police inspected the upcoming Ramotsav program to be organized in Ayodhya/removal of encroachment on Ram Van Path Gaman route, cleanliness campaign etc.

Sultanpur 07 January/Upcoming Ramotsav program to be organized in Ayodhya/In view of the ongoing encroachment removal work, cleanliness campaign, beautification etc. on the Ram Van Path Gaman route (from Chitrakoot to Ayodhya), by District Magistrate Krittika Jyotsna and Superintendent of Police Somen Burma. Visit and inspection was done. The District Magistrate inspected the encroachment being removed from Gabhadiya Overbridge to Amhat. He directed all the concerned officers including Sub-District Magistrate Sadar, Police Range Officer City, Executive Engineer PWD, Executive Officer Municipality, Executive Engineer Electricity that the work of removing encroachment should be completed on time, so that the general public can get the convenience of transportation. Could.

Thereafter, the District Magistrate took stock of the ongoing encroachment removal and cleanliness campaign from Amhat to Amethi border via Payagipur intersection. During this time, under the leadership of Additional District Magistrate (Administration) Pankaj Singh and all other concerned officials, the work of cleanliness campaign and removal of encroachment is going on at a fast pace. During this time 06 J.C.B. Cleaning campaign is being conducted through machine, tractor trolley, labeler etc. Sanitation workers of all concerned Gram Panchayats have been deployed.
Madam District Magistrate directed the District Supply Officer to do the work of cleaning, toilets, beautification of the premises, lighting etc. of all the petrol pumps and restaurants etc. falling on the Prayagraj to Ayodhya road from Amethi-Sultanpur border to Sultanpur to Ayodhya border. It should be ensured in time.
District Magistrate Madam directed the District Panchayat Raj Officer to coordinate with all the concerned village heads to make the cleanliness campaign, beautification etc. work successful in view of the Ramotsav program and to motivate all the heads for public participation.
DM, SP, and Additional District Magistrate (Administration) along with other concerned officials inspected the ongoing intensive cleaning campaign and encroachment removal work from Amethi border back to Ayodhya Sultanpur border via Payagipur intersection, Bypass, Totiyanagar, Dwarkaganj, Katka, Kurebhar Bazaar. to be done. During this time, intensive cleaning campaign was being carried out by the sanitation workers of all the concerned areas.
During this period, Madam District Magistrate informed all the concerned officers regarding illegal parking, encroachment, cleanliness, road lights, beautification of roadsides, overbridges etc. on Prayagraj Ayodhya Highway, plantation of trees, encroachment near shops, repairing footpaths, drinking water, traffic etc. While directing, he said that this work should be completed as soon as possible. He met Deputy Collector Sadar C.P. Pathak, while directing Police Area Officer Shivam Shukla, said that the work of removing encroachment should be ensured as a permanent arrangement. He said that it should be ensured that encroachment does not happen again.
Madam District Magistrate directed the heads of departments of PWD Department, Electricity Department, District Panchayat Raj Officer, Executive Officer of Municipality, Forest Department, Irrigation Department and other departments to remove all types of encroachments along the highway. There should not be any kind of traffic jam. He directed everyone that all the departments should make unified efforts to ensure all the arrangements in time.
Superintendent of Police Somen Burma gave necessary guidelines related to law and order and traffic diversion. He directed that the ongoing encroachment removal and cleaning work should be completed in a peaceful manner. The general public should not face any kind of inconvenience.
Additional District Magistrate (Administration) Pankaj Singh is continuously conducting in-depth inspection of all the concerned sites along with the concerned officers of all the departments. He assured the District Magistrate that the ongoing cleaning campaign and encroachment removal work will show better results as soon as possible.
On this occasion, Deputy Collector Sadar C.P. Pathak, Police Area Officer Shivam Shukla, ARTO (Administration) Nand Kumar, District Panchayat Raj Officer Abhishek Shukla, Assistant Labor Commissioner Madhubanram, District Supply Officer Jeevesh Maurya, District Information Officer Dr. Dhirendra Kumar, Executive Engineer PWD Chitra Verma, Executive Officer Municipality Shyamendra Mohan, Supply Inspector Nanhe Singh and other concerned officers and employees were present.

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