The workers convention by the congress party was held in Anantnag under the chairmanship of State General Secretary Congress Hilal Shah.
Congress workers from the several blocks of Islamabad (Anantnag) district participated in the convention.
While as three block level committees were formed at the occasion.
After the convention Hilal Ahmad Shah while talking to the media said that "the present PDP-BJP coalition govt has failed on ground level, they fooled the people of Jammu and Kashmir state by asking the votes on the name of keeping BJP out from the state but later they shaked hands with them.
"PDP Government recently postponed the by elections in Islamabad (Anantnag) pretended the circumstances of the valley is not suitable for the elections on the other side they are claiming that ruling party is promoting tourism in the valley so how can government claim that it is promoting Tourism when there is no peace." Shah said.
The 19RR of Indian Army, 164 Bn of Central Reserve Police Force, Special Operations Group of Jammu Kashmir Police launched a Cordon and Search Operation in Bidder of Islamabad's Kokernag area.
The at least 5th CASO in Less than two weeks was launched after Government forces received inputs about the presence of Militants in the area.
Meanwhile Locals told The Kashmiriyat that the troops have sealed entry and exit points to the village and they have began a massive search operation.
Among Scores of arrests, a student pursuing Bachelors in Arts from Degree College of Islamabad (Anantnag) has been picked up by Forces.
Identified as Iklas Amin Bhat, he is a resident of Hazratbal area in the main township of Islamabad in South Kashmir.
Iklas who is active Pro Freedom supporter on Social Media has been jailed for his alleged involvement in 'Anti State Activities.'
The Forces had allegedly raided his house a few times since Majid Khan, the famous footballer had joined militant group, Lashkar e Taiba.
Iklas was a very close friend of Shamsul before he joined militancy and used to be a known cricketer, Shamsul was arrested recently in injured condition from Qazigund encounter.
Speaking to The Kashmiriyat, the friends and family of Iklas demanded his immediate release.
A Girl namely Nazima Jan D/O Javaid Ahmad Sheikh R/O Lavloo Deesu Islamabad (Anantnag) was injured in a road accident in Deesu of Southern Kashmir's Islamabad District
Eyewitnesses told The Kashmiriyat that the lady was hit by A Santro Car Bearing Reg No JKO3A 9395 near Middle School Lavloo.
She was referred Sub District Hospital Kokernag for Further Treatment.
The Police said that Investigation has been taken up in this regard.
Stone throwing clashes began in Islamabad township near Achabal adda and Ganjiwara post Friday prayers.
As per Eyewitnesses, Scores of youth gathered at Achabal adda and started throwing stones on the Government forces deployed in there.
The Government forces chased away the protesters, however they regrouped and restarted pelting stones upon Government Forces.
Meanwhile the Mirwaiz of South Kashmir, Qazi Ahmed Yasir led a protest against the blasphemous comment made by an Indian Journalist.
Mirwaiz Yasir said, India is a Hindu Rashtra and the denial of space to minorities is shrinking, which will isolate small communities from India.
"First only Kashmir wanted independence from India, but the way Hindu Nationalists are ruling the country, they may get divided into 40 parts," Mirwaiz Yasir said.
Mirwaiz Qazi Yasir demanded the release of Political prisoners including Barkati and others.
He said Indian Government has many a times promised amnesty to stone throwers.
"We cannot trust them, until and unless they do it," he said.
Mirwaiz Qazi Yasir also paid tributes to the Militants killed the past week.
A medical cum awareness camp was held at Middle school Wandevalgam on Tuesday in Kokernag area of South Kashmir’s Islamabad (Anantnag) District.
The camp was organised by Dr Javeeda ZMO PHC Wangam, BPM unit block Larnoo under the supervision of BMO Larnoo.
Hundreds of people attending the camp were given awareness about communicable and non-communicable diseases.
65 persons (24 male and 41 females) were screened, Out of them 18 were found hypertensive (6 male and 12 females), 10 were found with diabetes (3 male and 7 females).
They were given proper advice and treatment.
There was debate by students also and first 4 winners were given monetary awards by cheques by BMO Larnoo.