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Gandhi Nagar Rehri zone, which is causing road accidents, to be Removed

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Municipal Corporation Jammu is preparing to remove the street zone built-in Gandhinagar on the Bikram Chowk-Satwari road of the city. In fact, in the evening, vehicles are parked randomly on the road in the street zone, which becomes the cause of accidents. In such a situation, the Municipal Corporation has decided to take the street vendors back by removing their places in the street zone. For this, the street vendors will be taken there by putting a lens on some part of the drain behind the street zone. With this, vehicles parked on the street zone will be parked on the service instead of the main lane. Preparations are being made to remove the street vendors from Satwari in front of Presentation Convent School from the main road. From Gandhi Nagar Army Gate to the prominent stop, the road will be removed and taken back in the first phase. If all goes well, then the work of putting the lens on the drain will start.

In the evening, people who are contemptuous of food reach Gandhi Nagar. Due to the lack of parking arrangements in the street zone, people park their vehicles in the middle of the road, due to which other cars passing through the road become victims of accidents. Road accidents happen every day due to the haphazard parking of vehicles. But it seems that the police and administration are waiting for some misfortune.

Municipal Corporation Commissioner Avani Lavasa says that street vendors will be removed from their place and moved backwards to organise parking in the Gandhi Nagar street zone. Due to which the parking of vehicles will be in the service line only.

SP City South Deepak Dhingra says that he has spoken to the officials of Municipal Corporation Jammu to organise parking in the street zone. A few personnel from the Gandhi Nagar police station are deployed daily to rectify the system in the parking zones.

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Beware: Lady thief roaming the streets of Roop Nagar

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Another theft case of ₹7,200 has been reported from a boutique named ” The Hanger’ located on the main road in Roop Nagar, Jammu.

A lady who visited the boutique duped the owner and took away garments amounting to a total of ₹7,200.

The owner at first didn’t recognise the lady, but she pretended as if she was their regular customer.

“After selecting the garments, she asked for an assistant boy to come along and will make the payment to him as she reaches her residence”, the owner said.

She instead fooled the owner and the boy as well and wasn’t seen anywhere after that.

The boutique owner has filed a complaint in the nearest police station on January 18.

Police are investigating the matter, and soon the lady thief would be caught; till then, the locals are advised to beware of such miscreants.

Aditi Tikku

 

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2 vehicles loaded with 432 KG banned Polythene Seized

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J&K Pollution Control Committee today seized two vehicles and 432 KG of banned polythene carry bags of below 75 microns.
A team of J&K Pollution Control Committee headed by Divisional Officer, JKPCC Jammu South seized a Scooty (Honda Activa-125) carrying banned polythene carry bags weighing (Approx.) 12 KG, In another major crackdown a Mahindra Pick up van bearing registration no. PB06AZ7742 was intercepted by the JKPCC team at Anti Polythene Check Post Lakhanpur and recovered 21 bags weighing 420 Kgs of banned polythene carry bags from the said vehicle being carried to UT of J&K. Manufacturing, stocking, distribution, sale and use of Polythene Carry bags below 75 microns has been banned as per GoI Notification G.S.R. 57(E) dated 12.08.2021.
J&K Pollution Control Committee has appealed to the general public to stop the purchase and use of polythene carry bags below 75 microns thickness.
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Jammu’s Super Specialty Hospital wears deserted look

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The premises of the Government Super Specialty Hospital Jammu wore a deserted look after many management officials, doctors, and paramedic staff tested positive for COVID-19.

With a surge in COVID-19 cases, the Out Patient Department (OPD) also saw a minimum presence of patients.

On their entry to the hospital, Rapid Antigen Tests are performed on the patients.

“The people who return COVID-19 positive results are not permitted entry into the hospital while people with negative reports are allowed to move into the OPD,” an official said.

“The authorities are allowing only 50 patients in each department of OPD for a checkup every day while around 150 patients used to visit the departments usually,” the official said.

He said that the people had also become conscious and they too were avoiding coming to the hospital unless it was an emergency.

“Routine surgeries have been stopped and only emergency surgeries are being conducted in the operation theatres,” the official said. “Around one-third of people come for an OPD checkup at the hospital now. As the people are tested on their entry to the hospital, many avoid coming to the hospital.”

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