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Ensure success of ‘Sirimanotsavam': Botcha

Correspondent

The Minister discusses arrangements with Collector, SP and other officials

VIZIANAGARAM: Minister for Panchayat Raj Botcha Satyanarayana has asked government officials and Sri Pydithalli Ammavari trust members to work in coordination with each other for the success of ‘Tholellu' on October 18 and ‘Sirimanotsavam' on October 19.

At a meeting with Collector M. Veerabrahmaiah, Superintendent of Police Navin Gulati and other officials on arrangements to be made for the utsav on Wednesday, Mr. Satyanarayana asked the temple executive officer to erect iron barricades for streamlining darshan and witnessing the awe inspiring utsav.

The Municipal Commissioner was asked to supply drinking water on all the three days, open drinking water points at all vantage areas and maintain sanitation and streetlighting. Further, he asked him to serve prior notice on owners of all old buildings in the vicinity of temple not to allow devotees climb structures for a clear view of ‘Sirimanu.'

Power supply

He asked Transco officials to supply uninterrupted power during the ustav. State Road Transport Corporation would be operating 20 per cent buses over and above last year's 166 from all corners of the district in anticipation of huge turnout of devotees from border districts too.

Medical facilities

The Superintendent of Police was asked to step up bandobust at the fort, the Rajiv Stadium and other places where cultural programmes would be conducted. Round-the-clock medical facility would be available at Edward Hospital, opposite the temple, in addition to setting up six diagnostic centres in the town.

The Assistant Commissioner (Prohibition and Excise) said liquor shops would be closed on October 18 and 19 and opening six check-posts to check flow of liquor into the town.

Zilla Parishad Chairperson B. Chandrasekhar, former Municipal Chairperson A. Suribabu, Additional Superintendent of Police Y. Prem Babu and others were present.

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