ACK reviews stock, supply position of Ladakh, far-flung areas of Kupwara, Bandipora

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Srinagar, Oct 3: Additional Commissioner Kashmir (ACK) Dr Abdul Salaam Mir today chaired a meeting of officers to review the stock and supply position of essential commodities and other supplies to Leh, Kargil districts and far-flung areas of Kupwara and Bandipora Districts.
Deputy Commissioners of Leh and Kargil appraised the divisional administration through video conference about the supplies in their regions.
During the meeting, officers informed the chair that 100% quota of Ration was already stored in the twin districts. Regarding Animal Husbandry products, 80% items were dumped and the remaining supply will be stored in ten days of time. For mutton purposes, 90,000 sheep are lying at Sheep Husbandry farms at Leh region and for Kargil, the supply will be dumped in a week time. Total 412 quintals of Agriculture seed has been supplied to Leh and 276 quintals to Kargil district and remaining target will be supplied shortly. For supply of Cements, 80 trucks in Leh and 32 trucks in Kargil are already lying at Godowns. Total 70% electrical material is stored by PDD and remaining supply will reach in twin districts shortly.
Deputy Director Health Services, Kashmir informed the meeting that the sufficient stock of life saving drugs has already been stocked to Leh and Kargil districts.
Deputy Commissioners of Kupwara and Bandipora informed the chair that 80% stocking of all essential items were already stored in far-flung areas such as Machil, Keran, Tanghdar, Gurez in their respective districts and remaining target will be dumped in ten days of time.
Additional Commissioner Kashmir (ACK) directed all other concerned officers to store their remaining target of their respective commodities to the Ladakh region and far flung areas of Kupwara and Bandipora before the end of this month so that people will not have to face any difficulty for want of amenities and send weekly report to the Divisional Commissioner’s office for further course of necessary action.
Director FCS&CA, Director Animal Husbandry, General Manager SRTC, Director Sheep Husbandry, Joint Director Agriculture, Director Horticulture, Deputy Director Health, Representatives of JK Cements & Oil Companies and other concerned officers were present in this meeting where as Deputy Commissioners of Leh, Kargil, Kupwara and Bandipora participated the meeting through video conferencing.