Rishikesh: Uttarakhand Chief Secretary Om Prakash on Friday visited the Kumbh mela space in Rishikesh and expressed his dissatisfaction over the preparations on the authorities hospital there.
Asking the hospital administration to enhance the situation of wards and restore non-functional lifts by March 31, the chief secretary mentioned he’ll go to it as soon as once more on April 6 to take inventory of preparations.
However, the official was proud of the preparations carried out on the Triveni Ghat, one of many well-known banks of the Ganga the place devotees converge throughout Kumbh for a shower.
Haridwar Kumbh begins on April 1 and components of Rishikesh fall within the space notified as Mela Kshetra.
Uttarakhand High Court lawyer Shiv Bhatt who represents a petitioner who has gone to court docket complaining about insufficient preparations in view of COVID-19 within the Kumbh Mela space additionally accompanied the chief secretary.
The excessive court docket had just lately issued orders to the state authorities to strengthen the preparations within the Kumbh Mela space and guarantee strict compliance of COVID-19 tips.
Mela official Deepak Rawat, Dehradun District Magistrate Ashish Shrivastava and Tehri DM Iva Ashish Shrivastatva had been additionally with the chief secretary who reviewed the preparations at various locations, together with the showering ghats of the Lakshman Jhula and Swargashram, Lakshmi Narayan, Geeta Bhawan and Paramartha Niketan premises.