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JKPCC chief GA Mir has said that the people of J&K will teach a lesson to the BJP like the recent by-elections in Himachal Pradesh, as the ruling party has inflicted a lot of atrocities on common people and all sections of the society are suffering because of BJP’s policies. . Government.

Addressing a huge public meeting in Nagrota, Mir said that the BJP, apart from looting local resources, has loosened the rule of terror ranging from tax terrorism to all other anti-poor, anti-farmer, anti-youth and anti-business policies. Have given. Offering jobs to outsiders at the cost of arbitrary dissolution and downgrading of the historic Dogra state of Jammu and Kashmir and significant scale unemployment in Jammu and Kashmir. Mir said that the BJP is looting people and skinning the common man through tax terrorism on all items of daily use including petrol, diesel and LPG.

He said that a setback of people in Himachal Pradesh in the recent by-elections forced the Modi government to reduce the prices of petrol and diesel, so people have learned how to force the Modi government to change its anti-people policies. is done, and they will repeat the same here in future.

He said that farmers have been agitating for 11 months, unemployment is at its peak, especially in J&K, economy is at its lowest level, and every section of the society is suffering from wrong policies of BJP and Modi government, people of Jammu He said that only toll plazas, privatization of electricity and offer of local resources and outsiders got employment.

He asked the people to teach a lesson to the BJP for its politics of deceit and hatred and lust for power. The rally organized by senior Congress leader Shiv Dev Singh was part of the party’s nationwide public awareness campaign, addressed by former minister and vice president Mula Ram, Raman Bhalla, chief spokesperson Ravinder Sharma, treasurer Rajneesh Sharma, former MP. TS Bajwa, DCC President Jammu Rural Hari Singh Chib and PYC President Uday Bhanu Chib.

Mula Ram attacked the BJP government for all kinds of atrocities on people and downgrading the Dogra state during the last seven years, while Raman Bhalla said that the Congress should restore statehood to Jammu and Kashmir at the earliest before the elections. will fight for

Addressing the gathering, Shiv Dev Singh said that the people of Jammu and Kashmir are fed up with the BJP’s ‘jumla politics’, rampant unemployment and record price rise under the Modi regime. He said that the people of Nagrota constituency want change in the future and will teach a lesson to the BJP.

Ravinder Sharma also highlighted the all-round failures and anti-people policies of the BJP government during its seven years of rule, while TS Bajwa in his address asked the people to bring the Congress back to power for the welfare of each and every section.

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Intruder gunned down near International Border in Jammu

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Seventeen tourists from Delhi in which they were traveling were injured when an oil tanker rammed into the national highway at Suketar near Kud.

As per reports, the minibus registration number JK20-1327 was on its way from Patnitop to Jammu when it collided with an oil tanker (JK02CL-3205) at Suketar.

SDPO Chenani Ahmed Shafi and SHO Kud Arun Kaul reached the spot and took the injured to CHC Chenani, where doctors referred them to District Hospital Udhampur. Two of the injured, identified as Anita Devi and Shubham Singh, have been referred to GMC Hospital Jammu in view of their critical condition. The injured have been identified as Ram Bhagat’s daughter Lakshmi Devi (25), Ram Bhagat’s wife Anita Devi (56), Deepak Bhagat’s wife Mamta (21), Davinder’s wife Radhika (47), Deepak (30). Ram Bhagat’s son Avinash (8) Deepak’s son, Anu (28) Bablu’s wife, Shubham Singh (32), Rajiv Singh (30) son Shiv Das, Ankur’s son Arvind Kumar, Harsh (13) son Parveen Kumar, Srishti ( 25) Parveen Kumar’s wife and Sushant (17) son Papu. Four of the injured tourists are yet to be identified.

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Samba district police arrested a man posing as an army officer under the jurisdiction of Bari-Brahmin police station.
A police team from Bari-Brahmin police station, while patrolling the Teli Basti area, spotted a man in army uniform moving around under suspicious circumstances, an official press release said.

On enquiry, the said person did not give any satisfactory reply and was unable to produce the identity card of his army which created more suspicion in the patrolling party.

On continuous interrogation, the accused disclosed that he was not an army officer and impersonated himself as an army lieutenant.
The arrested person identified himself as Raman Singh of Jammu.

In this regard, the Bari-Brahmin police registered a case against him in Samba.
Further investigation is going on in the matter.

Post Jammu: Fake army officer JK arrested by police first surfaced on media.

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Government today informed that 165 new cases of Novel Corona Virus (COVID-19), 66 from Jammu Division and 99 new cases from Kashmir Division have been reported today, taking the total number of positive cases in J&K to 341624. .

Besides this, 133 more COVID-19 patients have been discharged from various hospitals, including 28 from Jammu division and 105 from Kashmir division.

The bulletin informs that no new case of mucormycosis has been reported today, thus taking the total number of confirmed cases in J&K to 50.

On COVID Vaccination, the Bulletin informs that 55,509 doses of COVID Vaccine have been administered in the last 24 hours, taking the cumulative number of doses administered in J&K to 1,87,09,895.

According to the Daily Media Bulletin on Novel Corona Virus (COVID-19), out of 341624 positive cases, 1429 are active positive (508 in Jammu division and 921 in Kashmir division), 335665 have recovered and 4530 have died; 2199 in Jammu division and 2331 in Kashmir division.

The bulletin further stated that out of the available 19453304 test results, 341624 samples have tested positive and 19111680 samples have been tested as negative so far. In addition, 62,778 COVID tests have been conducted in the last 24 hours.

So far 5246176 persons have been listed for observation, out of which 7839 persons are in home quarantine including facilities run by the government, 1429 in isolation and 433806 in home surveillance. In addition, 4798572 persons have completed their surveillance period.

Providing district wise breakup for positive cases reported today, the bulletin said 41 cases in Srinagar, 18 cases in Baramulla, 13 cases in Budgam, 06 cases in Pulwama, 05 cases in Kupwara, 05 cases in Anantnag, Bandipora 01 case, 10 cases registered in Ganderbal. Whereas no new case was reported in Kulgam and Shopian today.

Similarly, Jammu has 31 cases, Udhampur 03 cases, Rajouri 01 cases, Doda 06 cases, Kathua 03 cases, Samba 03 cases, Poonch 07 cases, Reasi 09 cases, Ramban 03 cases, While Kishtwar did not register any new case. Cases for today.

The Bulletin further informs the general public that they can contact the helpline numbers 0191-2520982/2674444/2674115/2674908/2549676 in Jammu division and 0194-2440283/2430581/2452052/2457313/2457312 in Kashmir division for any kind of guidance and assistance. can contact on

In case of emergency, people can avail 24×7 free ambulance services by calling toll free number 108, while pregnant women and sick infants can avail free services by dialing toll free number 102, the bulletin said.

It also informs that the public can reach the national helpline by dialing 1075.

Further, the Bulletin also informs the public that for any kind of COVID-19 query, logon to www.covidrelief.jk.gov.in.

Readers can also contact us on DIPR-J&K’s official Twitter account @diprjk; Website: http://www.jkdirinf.in; Web Portal: jkinfonews.com & Facebook: @dipr.jammu.kashmir.

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