News Patiala: Commissioner of Patiala Division Arun Sekhari today visited Momia drain and Ghaggar river at village Rasauli of Shutrana constituency and took stock of the actual situation of flood protection and flowing water. He instructed the officials of the drainage department on this occasion. According to the orders of Chief Minister Bhagwant Singh Mann, a concrete strategy should be prepared for the permanent solution to damage caused by rainwater. With which such damage to crops etc. can be prevented in time.
On this occasion, Additional Deputy Commissioner (J) Gurprarit Singh Thind, SDM Charanjit Singh, Executive Engineer of Drainage Department Ramandeep Singh Bains, and District Revenue Officer Mukesh Kumar were also present with him. Meanwhile, he also reviewed the big and small rivers of Patiala.
Divisional Commissioner Arun Sekhari also visited the Ghaggar Darya Gaze Station Khanori along with the gate built to release the water collected in Chichdarwal and Rasauli fields into the Ghaggar and took stock of the situation.
He directed Ramandeep Singh Bains, executive engineer of the drainage department, to keep 24-hour monitoring of the flow and water level of the Ghaggar river. All possible preparations should be made to overcome any possible dangerous situation.
Without this, in case of any danger, complete information should be continued to the higher authorities. Divisional Commissioner Arun Sekhari said that the administration is alert. The Punjab government is committed to protecting people’s lives and property. On this occasion, besides Tehsildar Mandeep Kaur and Shishpal Singla, other officials of the Drainage Department were present.