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Four thousand people fined for not wearing masks in Jammu, Rs 17000 recovered from violators

In view of the increasing cases of corona infection in Jammu district, the Jammu Police has intensified action against people roaming the streets of the city without wearing masks. In the first 18 days of this month (November 1 to November 18), the Jammu Police has challaned about four thousand people roaming on the road without wearing masks. The police recovered a fine of Rs 17 lakh from these people on the spot.

Jammu Samba Kathua Range Deputy Inspector General (DIG) Vivek Gupta said that the government has made rules to prevent corona virus infection. It is mandatory for people to wear masks when they step out of the house. It is necessary to keep washing hands continuously and along with it it is also necessary to follow physical distance.

He has asked all the station in-charges of Jammu district to motivate the people who are constantly roaming in the markets in their vehicles to wear masks. Along with this, people should be made aware by making announcements from the loudspeakers of vehicles that they should follow the rules to protect against corona virus. He said that in the coming days, this operation of the police will intensify.

People should also cooperate with the police in this work. Let the elderly and children go out of the house only when necessary. It is worth noting that District Commissioner Jammu has also imposed night curfew in Jammu in view of the increasing cases of corona virus infection.

Cases of corona infection are continuously coming up in Jammu and Kashmir. The infection was confirmed in 193 more people on Friday. Of these, 3,35,016 people have been infected so far. At the same time, after the recovery of 105 patients, 3,28,888 patients have become healthy so far. The good thing is that no patient died.

Similarly, the vaccination campaign is also going on. On Friday, 1206 people took the first dose, while 33,159 people took the second dose. So far in Jammu and Kashmir, a total of one crore, sixty lakh, more than 91 thousand doses have been given to the people.

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Man found dead in Jammu and Kashmir’s Poonchho

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Missing youth's body found after 40 days, relatives accused of murder

A 35-year-old man was found dead on Monday near Harmutta market in Jammu and Kashmir’s Poonch district, officials said.

The body was found around 7.30 am today and a police team recovered it and sent it to the sub-district hospital Mendhar for postmortem, news agency GNS quoted officials as saying.

A police officer who confirmed the discovery of the body has identified the deceased as Mohammad Rayaz alias Raju, son of Mohd Hussain Hajam of Harmutta Gursai.

Police said that action under 174 CrPC has been started at Gursai police station.

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Punjab: Grenade blast near Pathankot army camp

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Jammu and Kashmir: Woman injured, killed in mysterious explosion

A grenade was hurled outside an army cantonment gate here, prompting the authorities to alert them, police said on Monday.

However, no casualty was reported in the blast in front of Triveni Gate of the cantonment late Sunday night, he said.

Police said some unidentified motorcyclists hurled a grenade in front of the military area, and they were verifying the CCTV images.

He said an alert has been issued in the area after the blast.

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Rana releases album, appreciates efforts of young artistes to promote Dogri

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Devender Singh Rana

BJP leader and former MLA Devendra Singh Rana today attributed the Prime Minister’s announcement of repeal of three agriculture laws to his unwavering faith in democracy, saying Narendra Modi has emerged as a democratic-politician who puts the country first. .

“The nation is proud of the political stand taken by the Prime Minister in the interest of the nation and to fulfill the farmers’ request,” Rana said while addressing the sangat at Gurdwara Yamad Lt Gen (Retd) Bikram Singh, Bikram. Chowk, Jammu, organized in the memory of Gurupurab.

Rana also lauded the inauguration of the Kartarpur Sahib Corridor, allowing a large number of pilgrims to pay their respects at the gurdwara, yet the cowardice of the neighboring country has inflicted many wounds on the Indian psyche as a confirmatory of the most inhuman acts.

“It was only appropriate to reopen the corridor on the occasion of the Prakash Parv of Guru Nanak Devji, the messenger of peace, harmony, social justice and equality. He congratulated the sangat and expressed confidence that such occasions would be celebrated in the spirit of true friendship and brotherhood. Appreciating the valor of Sikhs, he said that their bravery and sacrifice towards the nation will always be a source of inspiration for generations.

Rana said that the people of Jammu and Kashmir have been sharing each other’s happiness by being a part of festivals, which create a sense of brotherhood and brotherhood. He hoped that this spirit of inclusion would move by leaps and bounds to bring harmony and peace in the society.

He said that all religions stand for love, friendship and selfless service but his teachings should not be allowed to remain silent in the noise of hatred and greed. He said that there is an utmost need to create awareness about the unity diversity of all religions to avoid these trends. Rana said that the best way to celebrate the festivals is to take a vow to walk the path of righteousness in letter and spirit and work towards building a society based on the natural principles of social justice, equality, compassion, love and solidarity.

This has been the core of the teachings of Guru Nanak Devji. On this occasion senior BJP leader Satish Sharma, Gurdwara Committee President and BJP leader Sardar Jasmeet Singh, BJP District General Secretary IT Cell Upinder Singh, BJP Transport Cell leaders Sardar Darshan Singh, Sardar Mohan Singh, Sardar Jagdev Singh etc. were present. , S Jarnail Singh, Anil Verma, Sanjay Sharma, Dilip Singh and others.

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