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Lt Governor Manoj Sinha meets delegation of Sikh community

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Lt Governor Manoj Sinha meets delegation of Sikh community

Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha on Sunday said that no one will be allowed to harm the unity and sovereignty of the country and the government will not deal strictly with those involved in anti-national activities or creating obstacles in the path of peace. Will hesitate Union Territory.

Speaking at the ‘Pedal for Peace’ event organized by JK Police here, the LG also said that the time is over when efforts were made to buy peace in JK and the administration is now with the sole aim of establishing peace in the UT. Works. .

No one will be allowed to harm the unity and sovereignty of the country. We want peace and brotherhood, but we will not hesitate to sternly deal with those involved in anti-national activities or creating obstacles in the way of peace in Jammu and Kashmir.

Appreciating the sacrifice of J&K Police, Sinha said that important milestones, institutions or roads in the Union Territory would be named after police personnel or other forces who laid down their lives for the country.

“The concerned committee has taken the decision and the process will start from September 30. There cannot be a better way to honor the sacrifice of those who have given their blood to save Jammu and Kashmir and the country. Many people have sacrificed their lives and I assure that the government will take care of health, education and basic facilities of their families and children.

Sinha said that it is true that the situation has changed in the Union Territory, but there has also been a major change in the policy.
“There was a time when efforts were made to buy peace, but, I think, that time is over now and everyone should understand that this administration serves the sole purpose of establishing peace and civil administration. And both the police are working on this policy. This is a huge difference which has happened in the recent past,” he said.

The LG said that the JK Police has worked to protect the peace and sovereignty of the country and has carried out its duty towards the nation along with other associates of JK in spite of various difficulties.
“I thank you for your sacrifice and for being alert to maintain internal security,” he said.
He said that the way Jammu and Kashmir Police is working with restraint and courage and with love for the motherland, it is commendable.
“Maintaining law and order, fighting terrorism and working for the interests of the people is not an easy task,” he said.
Sinha said that the JK Police is also fighting substance abuse and trying to bring in the mainstream the youth who use drugs.
“I appeal to the youth to stay away from it and channelize their energies into doing something good for themselves, their families, society and Jammu and Kashmir,” he said.
Referring to the spike in COVID-19 cases in Srinagar, Sinha appealed to the people to follow the guidelines and get vaccinated.
“Today, we see that 50 per cent of the total COVID-19 positive cases are coming from Srinagar. I… request the people of Srinagar to follow the SOP, otherwise we will go back to where we were last year,” the LG said.

Sinha said that sporting events have the power to bring about a lot more change than any other event and J&K is spending more on sports than other states.

“We are spending twice the amount we spend on sports in the country’s largest state, Uttar Pradesh. Our budget on sports and education for a population of 1.25 crore is just Rs 75 crore less than Maharashtra, which has a population of 12 crore.
“Therefore, we are spending more on sports and education as compared to other states. Our sports infrastructure is second to none. We have one stadium and one indoor stadium in every district and I am thankful to Prime Minister Narendra Modi for this.

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33-year-old dies of electrocution in South Kashmir’s Kokernag

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33-year-old dies of electrocution in South Kashmir's Kokernag

A 33-year-old man died of electrocution while repairing a wire at his house on Tuesday morning in Naubug Larnu area of ​​Kokernag in south Kashmir’s Anantnag district.

According to sources, Subbar Ahmed Wani, son of Mohammad Shaban Wani, a resident of Naubug Lernu, died on the spot due to contact with the wire.

Sources said the locals took him to the hospital, where doctors declared him brought dead.

The 33-year-old electrocuted to death post in South Kashmir’s Kokernag first appeared on JK Media.

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Mohammad Imran of Kashmir won 1 crore 20 lakhs from Dream11

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In Jammu and Kashmir, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) conducted raids at 16 places in the Valley in connection with activities related to terrorism. The raids were carried out against terrorist organizations Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM), Hizb-ul-Mujahideen (HM) and their allies Al Badr, The Resistance Front (TRF), People Against Fascist . Force (PAFF). , Mujahideen Gajwatul Hind (MGH) etc., to unearth the conspiracy to carry out various terrorist activities. According to sources, a new case was registered on October 10, after which the NIA raided.

Earlier on Sunday, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) also raided 16 places in Jammu and Kashmir. NIA operation went on in Kulgam, Baramulla, Srinagar, Anantnag. According to the information, this action has been taken in cases related to Voice of Hind magazine. The officials also raided the house of TRF (The Resistance Front) Commander Sajjad Gul. Action was taken at 16 places in Jammu and Kashmir related to the publication of ‘Voice of Hind’ magazine (which aims to incite and radicalise youth) and recovery of IEDs. Ejaz Ahmed Tak son Ghulam Mohammad Tak, Mudasir Ahmed Ahangar son Ghulam Mohiuddin Ahangar, Nasir Manzoor Mir son Manzoor Ahmed Mir and Junaid Hussain Khan son Mohammad Hussain Khan were taken to Achabal police station and interrogated.

Security has been tightened over the targeted killings in the Kashmir Valley this month. Meanwhile, over 500 youths have been detained across Kashmir to nab the terrorists involved in the attack. they are being interrogated. The youths detained include stone pelters, youths on the suspect list of OGW and cadres associated with Jamaat-e-Islami and Tehreek-e-Hurriyat. Senior IB officials sent from the center are keeping a close watch on the whole situation.

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Local goons under Mehran lens for select attacks in Srinagar

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On Monday, the Srinagar district administration rejected claims that no financial assistance was provided to the family of a Bihar street street vendor killed by terrorists in Lal Bazar and said that apart from Rs 6.25 lakh of immediate assistance Airlift was offered by the Jammu and Kashmir government. His mortal remains.

The administration also informed that three air tickets were reserved for the family of deceased Virender Paswan, but his brother decided to perform the last rites in Srinagar.

“In addition to the immediate financial assistance of Rs 6.25 lakh, the J&K government offered to airlift the mortal remains of Sh. Virendra Mr. 3 air tickets were also kept in reserve. But his brother decided to perform the last rites in Srinagar. Hence it was purely a decision of the family,” the Srinagar district administration said in a tweet.

This comes after a video of a woman, purportedly by Paswan’s wife, made the rounds on social media. In this, the woman claimed that she wanted to see her husband’s face for one last time before the cremation, but no one helped.

Srinagar Mayor Junaid Azim Mattoo had also condoled Paswan’s death and said that he would personally visit Bhagalpur in Bihar to meet his family members.
“Will personally visit Bhagalpur, Bihar to meet the family of Virendra Paswan, a poor street vendor who was mercilessly killed by terrorists in Srinagar’s Lal Bazar. His family deserves our every last sympathy, moral support and affection. We mourn his sad demise,” he tweeted.

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