Srinagar: Following snow in Kashmir, the roads and connectivity in Kashmir was badly hit. The administration has claimed they have been working round-the-clock
According to a press release, Deputy Commissioner Dr Syed Abid Rasheed Shah, has been monitoring the response mechanism put in place in the district to ensure that affected services were restored at the earliest.
The administration has said that it has cleared snow and water-logging accumulated overnight from all major roads and lanes and restored power and water supplies to all areas of the city.
Special reinforcements have been deployed on roads leading to important installations like hospitals and receiving stations of different departments.
Pertinently, the DC had yesterday chaired an emergency meeting of senior officers of all line departments and later took a firsthand appraisal of efforts on the ground during a late-night inspection tour of the city.
The departments were asked to be proactive and ensure there were no interruptions in essential services because of inclement weather situation in the district.
Shah has said the administration is well-prepared to deal with challenges of prevailing weather situation in the district.
He said the general public can report their related concerns at helpline numbers 7051112345 and 9419042342.