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Former legislators call on Lt Governor, highlight issues of public importance

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Former Legislators along with public delegations called on Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha to highlight important issues of public welfare and development in their respective areas, at the Raj Bhavan here today.
Former MLC, Sh Surinder Choudhary along with a delegation of Border dwellers and Tribals of Nowshera & Sunderbani area today met the Lt Governor. They projected their concerning issues pertaining to the construction of individual/community border bunkers to safeguard lives of the people from cross border shelling; holding special police recruitment from the border villages; opening of Kendriya Vidyalaya/Army School; Widening of internal roads in Nowshera/Sunderbani, besides construction of Bridge at Rajpur Bhata under GREF. The former legislator also drew Lt Governor’s attention towards the upgaradation of infrastructure at Sub-district hospital which caters the need of entire border belt and giving fillip to border tourism in Nowshera and Sunderbani areas.
On the occasion, the public delegation also lauded the efforts of the Lt Governor for giving due rights to Tribals by implementing the Forest Rights Act. They also expressed their gratitude for the first-ever comprehensive survey of the nomadic population, with an aim to chalk out plans for the socio-economic development of different tribes.
The Lt Governor, while interacting with the delegation observed that the present Government is committed towards inclusive development and the welfare of the people. He assured them that all their genuine issues would be taken up for early redressal. Similarly, former MLA Ramnagar, Sh Ranbir Singh Pathania met the Lt Governor and projected various issues of public importance, besides congratulating the UT administration for having initiated revolutionary reforms and people friendly administrative measures in J&K. He highlighted the need for formulation of a special scheme for nurturing the tourism potential of Ramnagar. He also sought upgradation of Floriculture Park at Mansar & Rani Park, Ramnagar; completion of Bindraban Park Project at Ramnagar, start of work on Shaheed Rajeshwar Singh Park, Dehari and installation of statue of Raja Ram Singh at Rani Park, Ramnagar; creation of a national highway from Sudh Mahadev up to Ramnagar, besides calling for immediate repair of various important roads and bridges in Ramnagar, among other issues.
The Lt Governor took note of the issues and assured redressal of genuine demands. He further urged Sh Pathania to continue working towards empowering the common masses.
Meanwhile, former MLC, S. Charanjeet Singh Khalsa along with a Sikh delegation called on the Lt Governor and submitted a memorandum of demands pertaining to the implementation of relief and rehabilitation of measures recommended by the DRPSC on Home Affairs, GoI; inclusion of 5300 left out families under financial package for refugees of 1947; grant of proprietary rights of small plots of land in the camps/bastis on which the displaces families have constructed pakka houses; Preservation & improvement of Sikh heritage sites across the UT; construction of Modern residential Baba Banda Singh Bahadar Memorial Public School Nowshera, among other issues of the Sikh community.
The Lt Governor assured the delegation to review their genuine issues for early redressal and urged the former legislator to continue his sustained efforts towards the welfare of the people.
Similarly, another delegation from Rajouri, lead by former minister, Chowdhary Zulfkar Ali called on the Lt Governor and put forth their concerning issues. The delegation submitted a memorandum of demands including the construction of Rajnagar Budhal to Shopian Road; Upgradation of PHC Budhal and constructing a Trauma Centre in view of the central location of Rajouri, Ramban, and Reasi Highway; Sanctioning of Kendriya Vidhalaya; Upgradation of Road network, besides bringing entire Pir Panjal Range on the tourism map, among other issues.
The Lt Governor gave a patient hearing to the delegation and assured them to review all their genuine issues and demands so that effective measures could be taken for their welfare in the right earnest.
Later, a delegation of Dental Surgeon Association led by its President, Dr. Rahul Koul met the Lt Governor and discussed several issues.
The Lt Governor while interacting with members of the delegations observed that the Government is working with an agenda of equitable and balanced development for the upliftment of all the sections of the society, besides safeguarding the rights of the people of J&K.

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JMC Mayor appeals General public to come forward and take benefits of Medical camps

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The Mayor of Jammu Chander Mohan Gupta has appeal to the general public, especially the women folk, to come forward and take full benefits of medical camps being organized by Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS).

Interacting with the locals after inaugurated ICDS medical camp at Anaganwadi centre in Shiv Nagar area Jammu, the Mayor said that all the councillors of Jammu Municipal Corporation in collaboration with other allied department are committed to provide best possible amenities to the inhabitants irrespective of any caste, creed or religion. He said that the municipal Councillor have been carrying this campaign for the last over three years since the establishment of JMC.

Mr. Gupta said that he had talked to Commissioner JMC, who is also CEO of Jammu Smarty City Ltd., to take necessary measures under Jammu Smart City Project so that Anaganwadi centers functioning within the limits of the JMC be upgraded and modernized.

Today, especial medical checkup camp was organized at Shiv Nagar Jammu with an object to provide best possible medical facilities to the needy & downtrodden families. The Mayor was accompanied by Mr. Surinder Chowdhary Councillor of ward no. 29 and Mr. Devinder Katoch, Joint Director, ICDS, Madam Akansha Kalsotra Child Development Project Officer Jammu alongwith other field staff of the department.

 

Doctors and Para Medical staff from Health Department thoroughly conducted medical checkup and provided free medicines to the persons. Madam Kamla Gupta, Mr. Ved Sharma, Mr. Naseev Raj, Mr. Balvinder Kumar, Mr. Kushan Verma, Mr. Shamsher Singh & other prominent inhabitants of Shiv Nagar, Rajpura & its adjoining localities were also present on the occasion.

Officers of department apprised the Mayor that under “Poshan Abhiyan”, the ICDS has continuously been organizing medical camps especially for the ladies from 15 to 49 age group & their thorough medical checkup is being conducted by the team of Doctors for their Anemia deduction & free medical treatment. Necessary medicines & other allied amenities are being provided free of cost to them, they added.

In today camp, children from age group 0-6 years have also been thoroughly checked up for their height & weight deduction & free medical treatment, necessary medicines were also provided to them. Besides, on the request of the general public a special camp for preparation of Aadhar Cards of persons belonging to any age group has also been started at this site.

The Mayor also supervised a plantation drive conducted within the premises of Anaganwadi centre at Shiv Nagar where a large numbers of ornamental & seasonal saplings were planted at the vacant area in order to maintain eco friendly atmosphere in and around the locality.

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30 officers of Jammu and Kashmir Administrative Service to go on training, one officer transferred

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Approval has been given to send thirty senior Jammu and Kashmir Administrative Service officers on deputation for competency program in regional administration. According to the order issued by the General Administrative Department, the officers will be given training in the work efficiency program through the Jammu and Kashmir Institute of Management and Public Administration and Rural Development. It will be organized by the Personal and Training Department of the Central Government.

The training will run from December 13 to December 25 at the National Center for Good Governance, Dehradun. The officers included Rukhsana Ghani, Mohammad Akbar Wani, Sheikh Arshad Ayub, Manzoor Ahmed Qadri, Babila Rakwal, Bashir Ahmed Khan, Rubina Kausar, Subra Sharma, Mathura Masoom, Sudarshan Kumar, Rakesh Kumar Sarangal, Abdul Rashid War, Mohammad Shahid Salim Dar, Mufti M Farid Uddin, Naseem Javed, Gulzar Ahmed Dar, Ravi Shankar Sharma, Pankaj Magotra, Manzoor Ahmed Bhatt, Manisha Sareen, Mohammad Yunus Malik, Ram Sevak, Raj Kumar, Rift Kohli, Mohammad Mumtaz Ali, Poornima Mittal, Vikas Gupta, Pawan Kumar Sharma and Tasdduk Hussain Malik.

Meanwhile, Khadi Village and Industry Board (KVIB) Secretary and Chief Executive Officer Atul Sharma has been transferred and sent to the Industries and Commerce Department for a new appointment. The General Administrative Department has issued this order. It should be noted that the administrative department organizes such capacity expansion training programs from time to time so that administrative work can be made modern. Understanding makes it easy to work.

Amish Mahajan, Content Writer, JK Media 

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Jammu: Unidentified Body Recovered from Tawi

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An unidentified male body was retrieved from Tawi on Tuesday. Police and SDRF team, on getting information, swung into action and brought the body out of the water.

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The person has not been identified yet, but the person’s age was around 50 years as per the sources.

A case has been registered, and an investigation is underway.

Amish Mahajan, Content Writer, JK Media 

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