Ujjain: Collector Manish Singh holds meeting of management heads, temple priests

Ujjain: Collector Manish Singh called a meeting of priests and members of management bodies of prominent temples of Ujjain and Ghatiya tehsils on Friday, over temple maintenance. The collector instructed management heads and priests to appoint housekeeping agencies on contract, for maintenance of these temples. The collector also directed management bodies to provide maximum facilities to devotees.

The collector, priests and management heads of the temples unanimously decided against the use of polythene bags in temples. The collector instructed officials to take action against kiosk owners using polythene around temples. He also asked the priests to place more cash boxes in the temples and took stock of devotees’ facilities regarding potable RO water availability. Collector Singh insisted that development work to be done should be written on a board and placed in the temple premises, so donors may extend their contribution in the development work of the temples.

The meeting was also attended by additional collector Deepak Arya, SDM Kshitij Sharma, Ghattiya SDM SR Solanki, Ujjain development authority CEO and administrator Shri Mahakal Temple Management Committee Abhishek Dubey and officials concerned.

Collector inspects new development works

Collector Manish Singh took the stock of ongoing development works under Ujjain Development Authority (UDA) on Friday, at the UDA office during a meeting. Ahead of the meeting collector Singh inspected the open gym and acupressure pathway, machines installed for exercising, ropeway, ropeway wall and other means of amusement in the park. The UDA building and STP plant were also inspected by the collector.

UDA CEO, Abhishek Dube stated that a power point presentation of development work was also seen by the collector. Many colonies have been developed in the city by the UDA and more land for development of new colonies was demanded from the collector.

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