Guardian Minister Chandrasekhar Bawankule said, “Navaratri Festival will be organized at
Shree Mahalakshmi jagdamba Sansthan at Koradi and Various mechanisms should get
completed in the upcoming ten days to provide all necessary security and security services
for about 3 lakh devotees coming from all over central India” on Thursday. Guardian
Minister Chandrashekhar Bawankule personally reviewed the various work-related to law
and order in the Navaratri Festival. He was also speaking about the occasion. Ashwin
Mudgal District collector was also present. Shri Mahslaaxami Jagdamba institute Koradi
president Adv. Mukesh Sharma, Vice president Ajay Vijayvargi, Secretary Keshavrao
Full Maharaj, Sushila Minister, Premal Patel, Deputy Commissioner of police Chinmay
Pandit, Addition chief executive officer Kamal Kishor Futane, Deputy District officer
Avinash Katade were also present. The Navratri festival will start on 29 September in
Koradi Devsthan. There will be 9 religious events held many of the devotees come to
attend this event.
The Koradi institute has taken measures for this. The number of devotees comes to visit taking this point in mind the vehicle parking facility should be done under the guidance of the police department while taking necessary measures of safety.
Considering the possibility of large no. of vehicle’s simultaneously, an adequate arrangement is required. A police station should be set up for the devotees in the area suggested District Collector Ashwin Mudgal. This time there will be three entrance gates for devotees. Also, for the purpose of law and order, CCTV cameras will be installed in all the area to cover a live watch of every specific area. Guides from the mahajenko all over the area, five high moss towers will be installed.
Twenty-four hours of health squads will be available in the area. Facilities like Ambulance, twenty-four-hour water facility for devotees. Cleaning staff for cleaning area, toilets and many other required facilities are going to be done.