Jammu and Kashmir: Army gave assistance to those who lost their organs in accidents, Hurriyat also demanded the reinstatement of the sacked employees, read five big news of the state

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News Desk, Amar Ujala, Jammu

Published by: charisma chib
Updated Tue, 13 Jul 2021 04:32 PM IST

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The Indian Army has also come out as a helper for the people of Keran sector, who become the support of the soldiers near the LoC. At the same time, politics in the Valley has intensified in the case of the sacking of 11 people, including two sons of Hizbul Mujahideen chief Syed Salahuddin, from government jobs by the Jammu and Kashmir government. Along with this, the gang duping rural youth in the name of government jobs has become active.

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In the name of adult and holistic education extension scheme, this cheating game is going on.

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The Indian Army has also come out as a helper for the people of Keran sector, who become the support of the soldiers near the LoC. The army gave new life to many people by setting up an artificial limb fitment camp at Farkian Gali in Kupwara, about 125 km from Srinagar, at an altitude of about 10,000 feet. The local people of Kupwara, the frontier district of North Kashmir, often help them in every task by staying with the Indian Army. Many work as porters. But during this time the people of these areas adjoining the LoC often become the target of the enemy directly or indirectly. Sometimes their houses are destroyed in Pakistani shelling and sometimes they also have to lose their lives. Sometimes they have to be the target of the gunpowder laid for the enemy. Click here to read full news…..

Politics in the Valley has intensified in the case of the sacking of 11 people, including two sons of Hizbul Mujahideen chief Syed Salahuddin, from government jobs by the Jammu and Kashmir government. After NC and PDP, now Hurriyat Conference has also demanded withdrawal of dismissal. The NC-PDP had condemned the action. It is to be known that all these employees have been sacked by the government on charges of anti-national activities and alliance with terrorist organizations. Click here to read full news…..

The gang duping rural youth in the name of government jobs has become active. In the name of adult and holistic education extension scheme, this cheating game is going on. By sending letters to the village heads and sarpachs, after selecting five youths of the village, a bank demand draft of Rs 1350 per candidate is being sought in lieu of the application. At present, no case of cheating has come to the notice of the police or the administration. Click here to read full news…..

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Every year in the rainy season, the drains come in spate and cause terrible destruction. The same happened this time as well. The Municipal Corporation claims to solve the problem of drains every time. In the city since 2018 till now, more than 300 crores has been spent on 171 drains and drains under the AMRUT scheme, but in the rainy season, all the arrangements are destroyed and people have to bear the loss of crores. Click here to read full news…..

Jammu and Kashmir Police’s six-day Joint Capacity Building Program with the National Investigation Agency (NIA) began on Monday at the Police Headquarters. Chief Guest DGP Dilbag Singh said that each day is a learning experience for all of us. Investigation is the most important part of our work. Officers should make the most of this time to improve and update their investigative skills. Click here to read full news…..

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The Indian Army has also come out as a helper for the people of Keran sector, who become the support of the soldiers near the LoC. The army gave new life to many people by setting up an artificial limb fitment camp at Farkian Gali in Kupwara, about 125 km from Srinagar, at an altitude of about 10,000 feet. The local people of Kupwara, the frontier district of North Kashmir, often help them in every task by staying with the Indian Army. Many work as porters. But during this time the people of these areas adjoining the LoC often become the target of the enemy directly or indirectly. Sometimes their houses are destroyed in Pakistani shelling and sometimes they also have to lose their lives. Sometimes they have to be the target of the gunpowder laid for the enemy. Click here to read full news…..

Politics in the Valley has intensified in the case of the sacking of 11 people, including two sons of Hizbul Mujahideen chief Syed Salahuddin, from government jobs by the Jammu and Kashmir government. After NC and PDP, now Hurriyat Conference has also demanded withdrawal of dismissal. The NC-PDP had condemned the action. It is to be known that all these employees have been sacked by the government on charges of anti-national activities and alliance with terrorist organizations. Click here to read full news…..

The gang duping rural youth in the name of government jobs has become active. In the name of adult and holistic education extension scheme, this cheating game is going on. By sending letters to the village heads and sarpachs, after selecting five youths of the village, a bank demand draft of Rs 1350 per candidate is being sought in lieu of the application. At present, no case of cheating has come to the notice of the police or the administration. Click here to read full news…..

Every year in the rainy season, the drains come in spate and cause terrible destruction. The same happened this time as well. The Municipal Corporation claims to solve the problem of drains every time. In the city since 2018 till now, more than 300 crores has been spent on 171 drains and drains under the AMRUT scheme, but in the rainy season, all the arrangements are destroyed and people have to bear the loss of crores. Click here to read full news…..

Jammu and Kashmir Police’s six-day Joint Capacity Building Program with the National Investigation Agency (NIA) began at the Police Headquarters from Monday. Chief Guest DGP Dilbag Singh said that each day is a learning experience for all of us. Investigation is the most important part of our work. Officers should make the most of this time to improve and update their investigative skills. Click here to read full news…..

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