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JKP providing helping hand to poor and needy persons

Saturday, 20 January 2018 10:53 Written by

January 20

 

Jammu and Kashmir Police in collaboration with UDAY Foundation continues the campaign to help the poor and needy persons of the valley. This initiative of police is launched on the directions of Additional Director General of Police Shri Munir Ahmad Khan.
 
During this campaign in District Anantnag, large number of footwears and blankets were distributed among the attendants and patients in hospitals of Anantnag, who were facing the chilling cold weather. The distribution was aimed for attendants and patients at various hospitals of Kashmir Valley. 
The blankets were also distributed in Orphan Children's Home Mattan.
Senior Superintendent of Police Anantnag Shri Altaf Ahmed Khan KPS flanked by DySP DAR, DySP Hqrs and SHO Saddar, distributed the blankets among the attendants and patients at Sherbagh Hospital Anantnag. 
Superintendent of Police (Hqrs.) Anantnag, Shri Tahir Ashraf KPS who was accompanied by SHO Mattan distributed blankets  among the inmates at Markazi Falahi Masturaat (MFM) Children's Home Mattan.
 
The campaign will continue and will also be held in other Police Stations jurisdictions of the District so as to reach the maximum of poor and needy persons said SSP Anantnag. He further added that there is a need for sensitising the society of its responsibility towards orphans and needy. He said that this gesture of Police is to reaffirm the faith in brotherhood and underlined that Police is from the society and has a major role to play apart from professional commitments.

Er. Rasheed leads protest at Anantnag against establishing Army Camp at Homeshalibugh... No new Army Camp now at Shamsipora Homeshalibugh........ DC Anantnag

Friday, 19 January 2018 10:35 Written by

january 19

 

After assurance from State administration Protest was called off outside DC Office Anantnag against establishing an Army Camp at Shamsipora Homeshalibugh.
Hundreds Led by AIP Supremo and MLA Langate Er. Rasheed staged a strong protest outside DC Office Anantnag against establishing an Army Camp at Shamsipora Homeshalibughl. People from various localities gathered and joined protest, besides Dozens of AIP volunteers including party Senior Leader Zeeshan Pandit. Talking to media persons on the sidelines of protest Er. Rasheed said that on one side Govt is claiming to minimize the role of Army in dealing with law and order issues but on the other side new camps are being established and that too without following proper procedures. Er. Rasheed said that though  our battle is for Resution of Kashmir dispute but security agencies can not be allowed to have  jungle Raj and do what they want. Later district administration headed by Deputy Commisioner Anantnag held negotiations with the protestors. After talking to the higher authorities Deputy Commissioner communicated that the work on establishing camp will be stopped right away and no camp will be established in Shamsipora village to address the concerns of inhabitants. Following the assurance sit in was called off.

Amazing result of 10th class of Chowgam & Chaklipora of Chitergul high schools no student passed any subject

Friday, 19 January 2018 10:03 Written by

January  19

 

Main cause of flourishing the privatization of education system is the 
negligence of administration in the valley. Govt. has highlighted the position 
holder students of 10th class & 12th class of the valley but they have ignored 
their responsibilities assigned to them while observing the results of govt. 
schools in rural/remote areas.

Govt. teachers are never accountable about their performance although, paid in billions by govt. treasuries. Chowgam & 
Chaklipora high schools of Chitergul Shangas Tehsil have set their record of 
10th class results because no student has passed even a single subject in the 
results declared by State Board of School Education recently. The locals told to 
the team of the kashmiriya that the govt. must lock up such institutions in order to 
safeguard the future of students from the deception & cheating.

Batangnard-Mohrimohla Dandipora of Kokernag have no access to road, power, water & school

Friday, 19 January 2018 09:52 Written by

January 19

 

Tribal communities are especially funded by the govt. but some remote 
villages of South Kashmir still have no access to basic amenities to survive 
their normal life. Batangnard-Dandipora of Kokernag is a remote village with 
300 souls lack road facility which can connect the said area with Anantnag-
Kishtiwar National Highway. Last year govt. has undertaken the earth cutting 
of the said road but work has been stopped due to some unknown reason & 
people are suffering in wet seasons & carry their loads & patients on their 
shoulders, reminding the tradition of 18th century in South Kashmir. The said 
village has no facility of power which is the rare example in our state; 
although the govt. is claiming to develop the infrastructure of rural areas but 
no practical proof in such villages can be found. This remote tribal village has 
no school to educate their kids which is a stigma on the so called developed 
state & the modern system of education. They are using traditional methods to 
light their homes during night hours & facing a great challenge to read & write 
in modern society. The locals told to the team of the kashmiriyat that they are being 
exploited & discriminated in every field of life & are still utilizing indigenous 
& traditional methods to sustain their life.

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Timber smugglers arrested, illegal Timber seized by Anantnag Police

Wednesday, 17 January 2018 09:34 Written by

January 17

 

On a specific information, Police party of Police station Mattan led by SHO Mattan seized Two tractors bearing registration numbers JKO3 -6779 and JK03F 4494 which were laden with illegal timber at Kehribal Mattan in district Anantnag.

In this regard, police Arrested both timber smugglers namely Ramiz Farooq Dar son of Farooq Ahmaf Dar Resident of Brakpora and Fasil Rashid Dar Son of Abdul Rashid Dar Resident of Brakpora Anantnag and a Case FIR No 03/2018 Under section 379,406,407,409,109 and 06 Forest act registered in Police station Mattan and further investigation is in progress.

 

CASO in Kokernag's Kharpora

Thursday, 11 January 2018 10:07 Written by

January  11

The Government Forces Launched a Cordon and Search operation in the Kharpora area in Kokernag of Southern Kashmir's Islamabad (Anantnag) district.

The Searh Operation  was launched by 19 RR of Indian Army, SOG of Jammu Kashmir Police, 176bn of CRPF, 19 RR of Indian Army launched a joint operation in the area after receiving specific inputs about the presence of militants in the area.

The areas around Kharpora have been sealed as Government forces launch a massive search operation.

The CASO was going on when this report was filed.

Internet Restored in Ananatnag

Thursday, 11 January 2018 05:23 Written by

January  11

 

Mobile Internet Services including 2G, 3G and 4G internet services have been restored in Southern Kashmir's Islamabad after nearly 30 hours.

Internet including 2G, 3G and 4G services had be suspended in Kulgam and Islamabad (Anantnag) districts when encounter broke out in Larnoo, Kokernag.

However the telecom companies on 09 January were directed to shut down the internet temporarily.

CRPF Man Shoots Self in South Kashmir

Wednesday, 10 January 2018 14:33 Written by

January 10

A Paramilitary Trooper of 164 Battalion of Central Reserve Police Force committed suicide on Wednesday evening at Kokernag area in South Kashmir’s Islamabad (Anantnag) District.

Official sources told The Kashmiriyat that Head Constable Balester Paygi posted in Kokernag shot himself with his service rifle.

The immediate cause of the death is not known yet, however unofficial reports suggest that he committed suicide after he had a verbal brawl with his wife over the phone.