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Auto collided with pillar on Panjtirthi-Sidra road, driver dies

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The driver of the passenger auto died in an accident in the Panjtirthi area of ​​the city. At the time of the accident, the auto collided with an electric pole on the side of the road. After completing the legal action, the police handed over the body to his family members. After registering the case at the Pacca Danga police station, the investigation started into the cause of the accident. At the same time, a car parked on the roadside outside the private hospital in Ruhi turn of Satwari was hit by a person coming on a motorcycle from behind. The motorcyclist was seriously injured in the accident.

On Saturday late night, as soon as the auto number JK02AW-9904 coming from Nagrota towards Jammu reached near the Mouni Baba temple, the auto collided with a roadside stand. In this accident, the driver of the auto, Sajjad Ahmed, resident of Ghulam Rasool, Khanpur, Nagrota, was seriously injured. People passing by at the time of the accident got the injured admitted to GMC Hospital for treatment. However, the doctors declared the auto driver dead in the preliminary examination. As soon as the information about the accident was received, the Panjtirthi police reached the hospital, took the dead body in their possession, and kept it in the morgue of GMC hospital for post-mortem.

At the same time, seeing the critical condition of RSpura, ward number nine, resident of Som Raj, son of Yashpal, a motorcyclist injured in the accident in Roohi Mode, took him to the family’s private hospital for special treatment. Outpost in-charge Gadigarh Lakhwinder Singh said that Som Raj had hit the car of a person who had come for treatment at a hospital in Ruhi Mode. What caused the accident is being ascertained.

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Admin Declares 6 Locations as Micro Containment Zones

Jammu DC Anshul Garg has declared 6 locations as micro-containment zones

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Former Minister, Pahari Tribe ST Forum delegation call on Lt Governor

Several delegations including former Minister; members of Pahari Tribe ST Forum and Youth leader from Bhaderwah today called on Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha at Raj Bhawan.

Sh. Abdul Ghani Kohli, former Minister met the Lt Governor and projected various welfare issues of Gujjar and Bakerwal communities pertaining to proper arrangements for Gujjar & Bakwerwal population in view of the winter season; tribal funds; Insurance for sheep; spreading awareness among Gujjar and Bakerwal communities regarding welfare policies & schemes, besides other concerns of the general public.

Meanwhile, a three-member delegation of the Pahari Tribe ST Forum led by Adv. Ahsan Mirza and accompanied by Adv. Gurdev Singh Thakur and Sh. Sajjad Mirza submitted a memorandum of demands to the Lt Governor pertaining to ST status for Pahari people, functioning of Pahari Advisory Board and other concerning issues of Pahari youth.

Later, Advocate Mohammad Majid Malik, a youth leader from Bhaderwah also called on the Lt Governor and apprised him about various issues of Bhaderwah including the declaration of Jammu University campus into a full-fledged University; construction of Chattargalla tunnel; the opening of Bhaderwah-Chamba and Bhaderwah-Bani road; Mini Secretariat and several youth-related issues.

While interacting with the delegations, the Lt Governor observed that J&K Government has adopted citizen-centric policies and is steadfastly working on all fronts for the development and welfare of people belonging to every community.

We are committed to making every section of society an equal stakeholder in the development process of the UT, the Lt Governor said.

The Lt Governor assured the members of the delegations that the genuine issues put forth by them would be given due consideration. He impressed upon them to keep projecting the issues of public welfare and development of the region.

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Jammu: Husband arrested for killing wife

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A man was arrested for killing his 23-year-old wife and trying to mislead the investigators by projecting the murder as suicide in Ramban district of Jammu and Kashmir, police said on Saturday.

Nishu Devi, a resident of Pasyal Dharalta village of Batote, was found hanging at her house on January 23 and inquest proceedings were initiated to ascertain the actual cause of the death, a police spokesperson said.

He said the postmortem of the deceased was conducted at district hospital Ramban and the body handed over to legal heirs for last rites.

During the course of inquiry, parents of the deceased alleged that their daughter was murdered by her husband and his family as they had been torturing and harassing her, the spokesperson said.

Pawan Kumar, husband of the deceased, was detained and questioned. He confessed to killing his wife by strangulating her and later hung her body to pass it as a case of suicide to mislead the police, he said.

The officials said the accused was arrested and booked for murder besides attempting to bribe a public servant to escape punishment.

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