New Delhi [India], September 10 (ANI): Delhi Jal Board Vice Chairperson Saurabh Bhardwaj chaired a high-level assembly at this time on the DJB Headquarters to make sure that Durga Puja is held in a grand and protected method this 12 months.
Senior officers of Delhi Jal Board, Delhi Police, Flood and Irrigation Department, SDMs of South Delhi and representatives of a number of Durga Puja Committees had been current within the assembly together with the officers from different departments.
Discussions had been held on pragmatic methods to abate the air pollution within the Yamuna that’s discovered to extend after immersion of idols after the puja. The DJB Vice Chairman directed all the civil administration to make sure that the immersion of idols post-festival takes place solely in synthetic ponds created particularly for the devotees.
Saurabh Bhardwaj directed the Flood and Irrigation Department to assemble synthetic ponds for idol immersion in order that devotees will not be pressured to immerse idols straight within the Yamuna River. He instructed the officers of the Delhi Jal Board to make sure the optimum availability of water in these synthetic ponds in order that immersion is easy and eventful. He additionally directed the officers involved to beautify of roads across the venues of Durga Puja, association of road lights and tight safety for the comfort of the devotees in South Delhi.
At the conclusion of the assembly, Saurabh Bhardwaj mentioned, “During Durga Puja in Delhi, particularly within the southern half, big crowds of devotees collect within the space and the exercise is highest. All obligatory directions have been given to the officers involved to make sure that there is no such thing as a drawback throughout the preparations for the puja and immersion thereafter.””I’ve instructed for the development of synthetic ponds and them with water in order that the devotees would not have to face any drawback for idol immersions. We should abide by the directions of NGT relating to idol immersion within the Yamuna in order that by 2025, the target of cleansing the Yamuna, as set by Chief Minister Shri Arvind Kejriwal, is fulfilled,” he added. (ANI)