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Heavy Traffic Jam at Ashajipora after Truck Turtles

Thursday, 31 August 2017 05:03 Written by

August 31

A  Srinagar Bound truck colided into another truck near the famous Mandi of Ashajapora area in Islamabad (Anantnag) late night on Wednesday.

The Truck hit another speedy truck travelling from on the opposite side after which the truck turtled on the main road, Eyewitnesses said.

The truck has not been moved yet which is causing heavy traffic jam around the area, Locals told 'The Kashmiriyat.'

 

Tariq Ahmed from Ashajipora sends us this news, If you want to contribute to 'The Kashmiriyat' write to us at write@thekashmiriyat.co.uk

My Kupwara

Wednesday, 26 July 2017 13:18 Written by

July 26

The Northern Kashmir District of Kupwara is has been on the developmental front from the last couple of years, But some factors still add to its downfall and backwardness.

The District lags behind in cleanliness of main drainage system and main tracks of Kupwara Town.

Tracks for Pedestrians are used by shopkeepers for their personal material and all showoff of their stock.

Shopkeepers use more space than they own which forces the people to walk on the roads leading to Traffic jams in the main Town of Kupwara.

There is no space for pedestrians and no proper parking is seen in the Town.

Locals in the main market Kupwara complain that some of the drainage and tracks are left unclean which results in the blocked drainages causing problems to the locals.

Some locals also claim that, “local municipal committee sweepers don't perform their duty on daily basis; they somehow manage to come here and clean the streets and drains after 20 to 25 days. They do it by their wish and don't really care about the performance of their duty.”

The shopkeepers in the town allege that we clean the drain on their own.

The Kashmiriyat reporter, Tasaduq Hussain in this connection got in touch with The Municipal committee officials in Kupwara who agreed to the faults within the system and said that they are trying to address the issue as soon as possible. The officer said “We had 35 Sweepers earlier and at present we have a smaller number. We are soon planning to appoint new sweepers and make sure the issues concerning general public addressed.”

He also said that, “We will soon launch an operation against the shopkeepers who block the way for pedestrians”

He also seeked the cooperation of General Public to achieve the goal.

 

(Nasir, a student has contributed this news after which The Kashmiriyat got in touch with Kupwara officials to take up the issue)

Non-functional ATMs give tough time to residents of Kokernag

Tuesday, 25 July 2017 10:30 Written by

July 25

The Automated Teller Machines in Kokernag area of District Islamabad Anantnag often remain out of service, giving tough times to locals here.

The users said ATM often are closed, lack cash and remain closed in the evenings, causing a lot of inconvenience to them.

“Clients are seldom benefited by the ATM facility in Anantnag. The machines often remain out of order for days,” said Mohd Ashraf, a local.

"The authorities should keep them working round-the-clock or close them so that the clients do not suffer,” said Shekeel Ahmad, an employee.

 

(Khurshid Ahmed from Kokernag send us this news. if you wish to send us any news, email us at write@thekashmiriyat.co.uk)

Road Accident in Islamabad (Anantnag)

Friday, 14 July 2017 11:59 Written by

July 14

Two residents of Aishmuqam identified as Aamir and Imran were injured in a road accident when their bike collided with a vehicle on the KP road of Islamabad (Anantnag).

They have been shifted to the District Hospital of the area for treatment. 

 

Shah Haroon from janglat Mandi brings us this news, if you wish to contribute to 'The Kashmiriyat, email us at write@thekashmiriyat.co.uk

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House Catches Fire in Anzwalla

Friday, 14 July 2017 05:19 Written by

July 14

A house caught fire in Anzwalla area some five kilometers away from the District Headquarters in Islamabad (Anantnag) district of Southern Kashmir on Thursday. The house owned by brothers Abdul Rashid Sheikih and Mushtaq Ahmed Sheikh was gutted in the devastating fire which was caused due to a gas leakage.

The wife of Abdul Rashid was cooking after which she forgot to turn off the switch of the gas stove which later resulted in heavy fire, the family members did not suffer any major injuries, however the house was gutted in the major fire. 

Umer Khurshid sent us this exclusive story. If you want to send your stories to us, write to us at write@thekashmiriyat.co.uk

 

Road Accident in Achabal, Army Checking in Khundroo

Monday, 10 July 2017 15:21 Written by

July 10

The Army is checking vehicles and civilians proceeding towards Shangus area of Islamabad (anantnag). According to reports the Army is asking civilians to prove their identity and is thoroughly checking the vehicles near Pengwan area of Achabal.

Meanwhile a Speedy Wagon R Car bearing the registration number JK03E 6742 has met an accident after it skidded off the road and fell down in a rice field bear Achabal area of Southern Kashmir's Islamabad (Anantnag) area. Two young people identified as Haider Ahmed and Iqra Magray residents of Trahpoo, Achabal in Islamabad (Anantnag) district have been injured in the attack. They have been shifted to the nearby hospital for treatment.

Vikey Khan from Achabal brings us this news, if you wish to contrinute to 'The kashmiriyat' write to us at write@thekashmiriyat.co.uk

Troopers Thrash Driver resulting in Heavy Traffic Jam near Srinagar

Monday, 10 July 2017 05:08 Written by

July 10

The troopers deployed near Pantha Chowk area of Srinagar thrashed a driver early morning on Monday after which the driver parked his vehicle on  the main road joined by dozens of other drivers to protest against the unprovoked thrashing.

Hundreds of vehicles were stranded on Srinagar-Jammu highway from Pampore to Pantha Chowk area of Srinagar on Saturday due to a protest against the thrashing of a driver allegedly by the paramilitary Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) troopers.

A massive traffic jam has been witnessed on the highway with hundreds of vehicles stranded.

 

This news was brought to us by Basharat Nazir from Shirpora who is one of the stranded in the heavy traffic jam. If you wish to make contributions to 'The Kashmiriyat', write to us at write@thekashmiriyat.co.uk

Speedy Police Vehicle collides with a Tractor in Islamabad (Anantnag)

Monday, 03 July 2017 08:08 Written by

July 03

A speedy police vehicle and a tractor collided in KP Road area of Islamabad (Anantnag) district of south Kashmir.  Locals said that a speeding police Rakshak vehicle collided with a tractor. "The Police vehicle was probably rushing towards the venue of the firing where a local lady and a Policemen were injured which is not more than 5 minutes away from the venue of the accident" said a local.

 

Irfan Reshi from Qazi Mohalla brings us tthis news, if you want to make valuable contributions to 'The Kashmiriyat,' email us at write@thekashmiriyat.co.uk