Uttarakhand: Chief Minister did Surya Namaskar before Gairsain budget session, went on morning walk
The budget session is starting from today at Gairsain in Chamoli district of Uttarakhand. For which all the ministers and MLAs have reached Gairsain. Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami had also reached Gairsain on Sunday. Morning walk with the officials of the government/administration after Surya Namaskar in the Vidhansabha premises located in Bharadisain. Along with this, interacting with the regional public, took feedback of various public welfare schemes run by the government and also gave them the message of staying healthy. On Monday, Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami performed Surya Namaskar in the assembly premises located in Bharadisain in the morning. After this, he went on morning walk with the officials of the government and administration. During this, as usual, while interacting with the regional people, he gave a message to the young generation to be healthy.
आज प्रातः काल भराड़ीसैंण स्थित विधानसभा परिसर में सूर्य नमस्कार के उपरांत शासन/प्रशासन के अधिकारियों के साथ मॉर्निंग वॉक की।
इसके साथ ही क्षेत्रीय जनता से संवाद करते हुए सरकार द्वारा संचालित विभिन्न जनकल्याणकारी योजनाओं का फीडबैक लिया तथा उन्हें स्वस्थ रहने का संदेश भी दिया। pic.twitter.com/V15q7a1zi0
— Pushkar Singh Dhami (@pushkardhami) March 13, 2023
Assembly constituency divided into four zones and seven sectors
The assembly constituency has been divided into four zones and seven sectors for the budget session which is going to start from Monday in Bharadisain assembly complex. In these, four additional superintendents of police, 13 deputy superintendents of police, 25 inspectors, 60 SIs, 140 ASIs, 250 constables, five company PACs, besides LIU and fire service personnel will be deployed. Apart from this, monitoring will also be done through CCTV cameras.
On Sunday, IG Garhwal Karan Singh Nagnyal and District Magistrate Himanshu Khurana briefed the officials posted in the security in the assembly premises located in Bharadisain. He instructed the Deputy Magistrate and the police officer not to allow unauthorized persons to enter the assembly premises under any circumstances. An entry pass is required to enter the campus area.