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Slack relief, rescue work in Valley
NC, Cong, 2 PDP MLAs walkout
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JAMMU, Mar 31: The members of opposition National Conference and Congress joined by two members of PDP Tuesday staged a walkout from the Legislative Assembly accusing the government of slack response in rescue operations in the wake of recent floods in the Valley and landslide incident in Budgam claiming 16 lives. While opposition members before staging a walkout agitated in the House for 10-15 minutes. Two members of the ruling Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Mushtaq Ahmed Shah and Zahoor Ahmed, staged a walkout protesting the non-availability of dewatering pumps in their constituencies. “We had given prior information to the government about the situation in Budgam but the government was insensitive towards the lives of people. Had it acted in a timely manner so many lives could have...
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Rs 506.72 Cr spent in 5 yrs to secure 1472 political activists
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JAMMU, Mar 31: The state government spent Rs 506.72 Cr on the salaries of PSOs, Guard Nafri attached with 1472 political activists as their security cover and fuel and hotel accommodation in the last five years between 2010 and 2015. This was stated in a reply by the Minister in charge Home department in response to a question by BJP MLA Rajesh Gupta in the Legislative Assembly here today. “As on date a total number of 1472 political activists have been provided security cover by the security wing of J&K police. 708 vehicles were provided by the security wing to 481 political protected persons in the state. 440 political activists were extended secure hotel accommodation to ensure their security in the last five years,” the House was informed. In Jammu division a total number of 294 p...
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Packaging Jammu tourism to be taken up in mission mode: Mufti
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JAMMU, Mar 31: Comparing the tourism potential of Jammu with that of Kashmir, the Chief Minister Mufti Mohammed Sayeed Tuesday described packaging tourist destinations in the region as a huge challenge. He said the Tourism department would work in ‘mission mode’ to attract leisure tourists this season. Mufti said this while chairing a high-level meeting called to review performance of Tourism Development Authorities (TDAs) of Jammu Division. CEOs of Poonch, Rajouri, Patnitop, Bhaderwah, Kishtwar, Surinsar-Mansar and Lakhanpur-Sarthal Development Authorities briefed the Chief Minister about the present status of their authorities. Deputy Chief Minister Dr Nirmal Singh, Minister for H&ME, Chowdhary Lal Singh, Minister for CA&PD, Chowdhary Zulfikar, Minister of State for Transport, Abdul ...
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CBI court frames charges against Maj General
JAMMU, March 31 (JNF): Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) court today framed corruption charges against Major General. Special Judge Anticorruption (CBI Cases) J&K Jammu Suresh Sharma today observed that Corruption Act is made out against Major General V K Sharma, the then Major General ASC, Udhampur son of Bishuwa Mitter of P-4, Tauras Mandir Marg, Delhi Cantonment. Special Judge Anticorruption (CBI Cases) J&K Jammu Suresh Sharma observed that in the instant case, the complainant Inder Singh, allegedly, gave money to the accused, as demanded by him for the reinstatement of his firm, which had earlier been removed. He got made Photostat copies of four currency notes of five hundred each, out of these five thousand notes. He thereafter, filed the complaint before Lt General KT Parnaik...
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Mir anguished over death of 16 persons in landslides
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JAMMU, Mar 31: J&K Pradesh Congress Committee President Ghulam Ahmad Mir Tuesday expressed deepest anguish and grief over the unfortunate incident in which 16 precious lives were lost in landslides that took place at Hajam Mohalla (Charar-i-Sharief). While terming the incident unfortunate and painful, he said, “Administration should have taken measures to evacuate those families also who were residing at higher reaches in Valley, as the rains have lashed the valley for a few days.” He impressed upon the government to shift the people to safer places who are residing at higher reaches, so that Hajam Mohalla like incident will not occur again, as more rains are expected as predicted by the Met Department. Mir emphasized the need for long term measures to control the flood like situations...
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Misappropriation of Rs 74 lakhs
CBI Court denies bail to Chairman Co-op Society
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JAMMU, Mar 27 (JNF): Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) Court today denied bail to Chairman Cooperative Society for allegedly misappropriating Rs 74 lakhs of Ministry of Textiles. Special Judge Anticorruption (CBI Cases) J&K Jammu Suresh Sharma rejected bail application of Z A Bhatti, Chairman/MD/Secretary National Foundation and United Handicraft Self Help Group Federation Industrial Cooperative and a self claimed political and social activist and handed him over to CBI in a case of mis-appropriation of government funds to the tune of more than Rs 74 Lakh. According to CBI, a case under section 5(2) r/w 5(1) (d) and 120-B r/w section 420, 467, 468 & 471 was filed against V K Mahajan, V K Savita and Som Nath all then Assistant Directors Handicrafts M&SEC and Zaheer Abass Bhatti, Cha...
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Army Commander reviews security situation along Indo-Pak border
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JAMMU, Mar 24: In view of the recent twin terrorist attacks in Kathua and Samba, a top Army official has visited the Army formations along the International Border in Samba sector here and reviewed the security situation. "Army Commander Western Command Lt Gen K J Singh visited Samba military station on March 22 and 23," Jammu-based defence spokesman Lt Col Manish Mehta said. The Army Commander lauded the officers and jawans of the Samba military station who had professionally eliminated two militants who were trying to enter one of the unit locations. "The efforts of the terrorists were successfully foiled by the alert sentry on the post," Mehta said. He said the Army Commander, during his visit, met troops deployed in the forward area and applauded their role in ensuring the peace a...
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