Rain Alert – CM Pushkar Singh Dhami gave strict instructions to the officials.

Amidst the heavy rain alert in the state, Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami visited the Disaster Control Room at the Secretariat and took stock of the situation in the state. The Chief Minister said that there is a need to remain alert in view of the possibility of heavy rains. Disaster preparedness should be regularly tested. Any deficiencies found should be rectified immediately. No officer’s mobile should be switched off. There will be no excuse in this. Strict action should be taken against the concerned for dereliction of duty.
According to the situation of their districts, the District Magistrate should take a decision regarding the holiday in the schools. Do not take any carelessness.
The Chief Minister directed that the supply of essential commodities like food grains, medicines, fuel etc. should be checked once again. Continuous coordination should be maintained with the mobile operator companies so that there is no problem in the communication network.
The Chief Minister asked to make such a system that the information disseminated from the state headquarters reaches the village without any delay. All the departmental secretaries and heads of departments should regularly monitor their respective departments from the point of view of disaster. In the event of a disaster, the buildings and places identified for the living of the affected should be re-examined from the point of view of safety. New and young officers should be appointed.
It was told that adequate number of SDRF and NDRF teams are deployed. Real time monitoring is being done. JCBs etc. have been installed at various places to open the roads immediately after landslides. There is a ban on long-term leave of officers and employees.
Chief Secretary Dr. SS Sandhu, Secretary Dr. Ranjit Sinha and other officers were present on the occasion.

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