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    Jammu KashmirDC Jammu reviews Amarnath Yatra plans to enhance pilgrim security and experience

    DC Jammu reviews Amarnath Yatra plans to enhance pilgrim security and experience

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    The DC of , Sachin Kumar, recently conducted a comprehensive review of arrangements for the upcoming . Key areas that received special attention during the meeting included security, traffic flow, pilgrim amenities and medical facilities.

    Improving surveillance was a priority, with the DC ordering the installation of CCTV cameras across critical locations. Fire safety was another emphasis, underscoring efforts to safeguard against potential hazards. Coordination between various departments will be crucial, according to the Senior Superintendent of Police, who stressed smooth interagency cooperation.

    With the pilgrimage season approaching, comprehensive preparations are underway to welcome hundreds of thousands of devotees making the holy trek. Officials are leaving no stone unturned in planning for security, comfort and well-being. Continued reviews will ensure all elements are in place well before the Yatra kicks off. Pilgrims can feel at ease knowing that their safety remains a top priority for local authorities.

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