SRINAGAR: Divisional Commissioner, Kashmir, Rohit Kansal called on Governor, N.N Vohra, here on Tuesday.
Kansal briefed the Governor about the estimated losses suffered by the people on account of recent floods and the relief, rehabilitation, health and sanitation measures which are presently underway.
The Governor advised the Divisional Commissioner to urgently review the impact of the recent floods on the educational schedules, from the school to the University level, and have the government’s decision about the revised vacation and examination schedules announced without any delay.
The Governor also advised Kansal to direct Dy. Commissioners, and all others concerned, to speed up the rehabilitation work to ensure that all those adversely affected by the floods are under safe shelters before the winter sets in.
Later, Sushoba Barve, Executive Director, Centre for Dialogue and Reconciliation (CDR), met Governor and apprised him about the relief work being carried out by the CDR in the aftermath of unprecedented floods in the State and about CDR’s continuing initiatives to foster communal harmony within the State and better understandings across the LoC.
The Governor lauded CDR’s philanthropic endeavours to lend a helping hand to the flood affected people.