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Jatin Kishore Reviews Arrangements for Shri Amarnath Yatra and Implementation of J&K Film Policy 2024

Srinagar, June 10: Director Information J&K, Jatin Kishore, today chaired a meeting to ensure seamless arrangements for the Shri Amarnath Ji Yatra 2024 and to review the implementation of the J&K Film Policy 2024.
Attendees included Joint Director Information (Hqs) Vivek Puri; Joint Director Information Jammu, Atul Gupta; Joint Director Information Kashmir, Mohammad Aslam Khan; Deputy Director (AV), Deepak Dubey; Deputy Director (PR) Jammu/Kashmir; Nodal Officer J&K Film Policy, Maheer Thakur; Accounts Officer Directorate, Hitesh Choudhary; along with all District Information Officers and other concerned officials.

Director Jatin Kishore sought feedback from District Information Officers regarding preparations for the upcoming Yatra, focusing on the availability of manpower, staff, machinery, and other essential equipment at key locations along the Yatra route. Officers highlighted several critical issues, including manpower shortages, the availability of Public Announcement Systems, and the procurement of suitable transportation services for personnel and machinery.

Kishore emphasized the installation of hoardings at strategic points along the route to welcome pilgrims, as well as informative signages to assist and guide devotees throughout their journey.
The Director also reviewed the J&K Film Policy 2024, aiming to streamline the process of issuing film permissions and providing support to filmmakers and producers. During the meeting, Kishore underscored the importance of the film policy, highlighting it as a top government priority. He stressed the need for officers to ensure the smooth implementation of the policy, including the timely processing of shooting permissions, demonstrating the government’s commitment to developing the film industry in Jammu and Kashmir.

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