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CS emphasis on security measures

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  7 March 2015 12:00 AM GMT

Itagar, Mar 05: Delighted with the rail services connecting state capital with the rest of India, Chief Secretary Ramesh Negi along with IPR secretary Dani Salu had inspected the harlagun Railway Station and Tourist ILP Facilitation Centre on Tuesday last. While interacting with the railway officials on security issues, he urged the railway authority to take up initiative for erection of fencing around the boundary of railway station and put up “No Entry” sign boards in the sensitive areas, an official statement said here today. He also suggested for opening of indigenous handloom and handicrafts shop and small bookstalls related on Aruchal at railway station to cater to the need of tourists. The chief secretary directed them to maintain cleanliness around the station especially the toilets. Later, the chief secretary interacted with some of the railway passengers. He assured to start two APST buses — one from Nirjuli and another from Itagar to harlagun Railway aStation very shortly. The New Delhi bound AC Express Train (Weekly) and Inter-City Daily Express Guwahati to harlagun leave the harlagun Railway station at 9.10 pm and 9.30 pm respectively. Tourism Director Karma Leki and other officers of tourism department were present on the occasion, the statement added.

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