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Minor reshuffle in Police
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JAMMU, June 27: The state government today ordered minor reshuffle in the police department here. Rajesh Kumar IPS, IGP Railways, J&K has been transferred and posted as Director SSG J&K vice S Ahfadul Mujtaba, IPS. Mubarak Ahmed Ganaie, IPS , IGP Armed Kashmir has been transferred and posted as IGP Railways, J&K vice Rajesh Kumar IPS. S Ahfadul Mujtaba, IPS, Director SSGJ&K has been transferred and posted as IGP Armed Kashmir vice Mubarak Ahmed Ganaie, IPS. Sajad Ahmad Shah, Additional SP Traffic City, Srinagar, has been transferred and posted as Additional, SP North City, Srinagar ...
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Kovind visiting J&K tomorrow
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JAMMU, Jun 26: NDA presidential nominee Ram Nath Kovind, who on Sunday started touring different states for campaigning and meeting the legislators who are part of Presidential Electoral College, will visit J&K on June 28. According to BJP sources, Kovind accompanied by Union Housing and Urban Development Minister, Venkaiah Naidu, Union Minister of State in PMO, Dr Jitendra Singh and BJP national general secretary, Ram Madhav will visit Srinagar on Wednesday i.e., June 28. Kovind started his campaigning from Lucknow in UP from Sunday. According to party sources, Kovind after reaching Srinagar will drive straightway to the residence of Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti where besides Deputy Chief Minister, Dr Nirmal Singh legislators of PDP,BJP, Peoples Conference (PC) and other allies are li...
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Targami, Rafi Mir condemn lynching of police officer
‘Cruelty in any form is unacceptable’
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JAMMU, June 23: CPI (M) senior leader and MLA Kulgam, Muhammad Yousuf Tarigami andn PDP General Secretary Rafi Ahmad Mir Friday condemned the lynching of a Deputy Superintendent of Police (DySP) to death on Thursday evening. Tarigami termed the incident as ‘terrible and criminal’. “It deserves condemnation from all quarters. I appeal to my people they must openly voice their condemnation over this heinous crime,” he said. “Cruelty is cruelty. Cruelty in any form is unacceptable,” Tarigami added. In a statement, PDP General Secretary Rafi Ahmad Mir over mob lynching of a DySP in Jamia Masjid yesterday, said that humanity is at its lowest ebb and there is no place of such barbaric and inhumane acts within the parameters of Islam. In a statement issued to KNS, he said that there are no...
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Murder of Police officer
Governor rule is only way out to restore peace: Bhim
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JAMMU, June 23: Prof Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party expressed deep shock on the act of heinous murder of a young police officer, Mohd Ayub Pandith today in front of Jamia Masjid, Nowhatta in Srinagar when there was no such situation in the area. Bhim Singh urged President of India to act according to the mandate of the Constitution of India without delay as any more delay shall prove a disaster for the unity and integrity of the entire nation India. Bhim Singh said that some undesirable and unwanted elements from across the border have cross lined into the State with a definite plan to create chaos, disorder and lawlessness in J&K with a dangerous plan to disintegrate India. That needs to be checked forthwith. The only way out, NPP Supremo said, is to dismiss a gove...
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Ware House traders support GST regime from July 1
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JAMMU, June 23: While supporting implementation of GST regime in the J&K State from July Ist, Ware House/ Nehru Market traders' body have asked the BJP to get the GST implemented in the State as per schedule or come out of the coalition. A meeting of the traders of Ware House/Nehru Market whole sale food grain Mandi was held under the president/ ship of Rajesh Gupta along with the general secretary Deepak Gupta, senior vice president Ashok Gupta, junior vice president Dharam Pal Gupta, secretary- Munish Gupta and cashier Rahul Gupta, along with other members of the association, regarding proposed GST regime which this State is not implementing from July 1st, creating lot of confusion among trading community as well as among general public. Amid increasing controversy over extension of...
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Parliament can save J&K from further death & destruction: Bhim
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JAMMU, June 22: Prof Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party has urged the President of India to intervene without any further delay in his capacity as the custodian of Constitution vis-à-vis Autonomy ridden state of J&K which has been passing through the most dangerous period in its history since 1947. NPP Supremo in a strong appeal to the President of India who is literally a Viceroy vis-à-vis J&K within the meaning and scope of Article 370 of the Indian Constitution though this provision was temporary yet it has survived for nearly 70 years thanks to the Parliament of India. Bhim appealed to all the Members of the Parliament from different areas of the country and different political groups and parties to take up the situation in J&K on urgent footing because the situati...
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APSCC protests against Govt order
‘Ignoring Punjabi language a humiliating attack’
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JAMMU, June 22: All Party Sikh Coordination Committee (APSCC) Thursday staged protest against the government for failing to declare Punjabi as compulsory subject in schools. Scores of APSCC members assembled at Sanatnagar Gurudwara and marched towards the main road to press the government over their demands. The Sikh raised anti-government slogans and were demanding government to fulfil their demands. Talking to KNS, APSCC chairman, Jagmohan Singh Raina said that the government decision is based on ‘vote bank politics’ and is ‘a humiliating attack’ on the Punjabi language. “Implementation of Government order No 333-edu of 2017 is totally based on vote bank politics and is a humiliating attack on the Punjabi language. Punjabi has been one of the oldest languages in the State, but now u...
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Silence of BJP on GST proving disastrous for traders of Jammu: Chamber
‘BJP-PDP govt forcing us to go for Jammu Bandh’
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JAMMU, June 22: An urgent meeting of the Office bearers of Chamber of Commerce & Industry was held today at Chamber House to discuss the confusion regarding implementation of GST in the state of J&K from July 1, 2017. The President Chamber of Commerce & Industry Rakesh Gupta expressed serious concern regarding non-serious attitude adopted by the government leaving the business world in utter confusion and chaos. In a communication sent to Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of India, Amit Shah, National President BJP, Ram Madhav, National General Secretary BJP, Rajnath Singh, Union Home Minister and Arun Jaitley, Union Finance Minister, Chamber questioned the silence of BJP State Unit on the subject which reads as under It is extremely unfortunate that the utter silence of BJP J&K Unit o...
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Encounter specialist SI acquitted
JAMMU, June 21 (JNF): Court today acquitted an ‘encounter specialist’ Sub-Inspector, Shiv Krishan Sharma alias Sonu, who was reportedly instrumental in killing 68 militants in Doda-Kishtwar belt and arrested by the police for running militant group, as witnesses turned hostile. While acquitting Shiv Krishan Sharma and seven others, Principal Sessions Judge Bhaderwah MK Sharma observed that before drawing the curtain in the case, Court cannot help observing that this is a case in which the police cited as many as 93 witnesses to establish various charges against the accused and out of 93 witnesses, 15 were examined under section 164-A CrPC. Surprisingly, majority of the witnesses including some police personnel and respectable people of the locality have turned hostile. They have stated...
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Army to deploy 2 more battalions in South Kashmir
NEW DELHI, Jun 21 (Agencies): Two additional battalions — a total of 2000 men — of the army will be sent as reinforcement to four troubled districts of Jammu and Kashmir, officials said today. With the presence of additional forces in Kulgam, Anantnag, Shopian and Pulwama, some army camps in Shopian and Pulwama will be revived again, they said. The officials said the two additional battalions, which have already started moving to Kashmir, will be posted to some of the more vulnerable areas of the four districts....
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