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High-Level Meeting on Jammu Kashmir; Big decision likely

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Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha met Home Secretary Ajay Kumar Bhalla in the Union capital and discussed with him a series of issues including upcoming Shri Amarnath Ji yatra in South Kashmir Himalayas which was scheduled to begin on June 28 and last till August 22 but in view of second wave of COVID uncertainty prevailed over the pilgrimage.

This was first meeting of Sinha with Bhalla during past about couple of months as second wave of COVID saw the Lieutenant Governor busy in Jammu and Kashmir managing the pandemic.

The Lieutenant Governor is likely to meet more representatives of the Central Government before returning to Jammu and Kashmir on Monday.

On 22 April, the Shri Amarnathji Shrine Board (SASB), headed by Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha, suspended online registrations for the yatra as COVID-19 cases were swelling across the country.

It is still unclear if the annual pilgrimage will happen this year, but a limited number of pilgrims may get permission to travel in the first week of July. Every year, the Amaratra starts at the end of June and lasts 45 days. The yatra was staggered last year due to the pandemic, and very few pilgrims were allowed to visit the shrine every day.

In 2018, more than 7,000 pilgrims visited the Amarnathji shrine daily and around 2.85 lakh in total. The yatra was extended and lasted for around two months. The numbers fell in 2019 as the government asked pilgrims and tourists to leave Kashmir on 1 August just before it abrogated Article 370.

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Jammu: Major Accident Reported at Gangyal

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Today morning around 3 am, a high-speed tipper lorry met with a major accident in the Gangyal area. The tipper was passing from the Gangyal area at high speed, due to which the tipper collided with a road divider and turned turtle. The debris of the road divider is scattered on the road. The driver is critically injured and has been shifted to a nearby hospital.

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The lorry was loaded with gravel, and the loaded stone came out on the road. A police party reached the spot and started a probe into the accident.

 

Amish Mahajan
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Secretary Cooperatives directs for expediting liquidation of JAKFED

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The Government of Jammu and Kashmir had extended the deadline for liquidation of moveable and immovable assets of Jammu and Kashmir Cooperative Supply and Marketing Federation (JAKFED) by a period of six months. The extension is till 20th August , 2021.

Secretary, Cooperatives, Yasha Mudgal, informed this while chairing a meeting of senior officers of Cooperative Department held in this regard .

The members had a detailed deliberation on the interim report submitted by the Liquidators of JAKFED on this account.

Secretary stressed for expediting the process of liquidation and announced a slew of measures for smooth and timely completion of the process. She asked the concerned for optimally utilizing the extended time for complete liquidation of JAKFED assets and conclude it on a war footing basis.

Yasha Mudgal asked the Liquidators for dealing with the liquidation process with all their technical expertise and efficiency so that the exercise is completed to the best of the interest of the Government.

Liquidator JAKFED, Mahesh Dass, highlighted the issues being faced during the process of liquidation and discussions were held for a workable solution. Accordingly Secretary Cooperatives directed the RC to immediately frame a Committee comprising both Gazetted and Non Gazetted staff for assisting the Liquidators . Subsequently directions were also issued to frame another committee for Authentication of JAKFED record.

The meeting was attended by Registrar Cooperative J&K, Shafqat Iqbal, Special Secretary, Cooperative, Rachana Sharma besides other senior officers of Cooperative and allied wings

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This time we will take Pakistan occupied Kashmir (POK) back, Ravinder Raina

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BJP State President Ravinder Raina had an exclusive interview with JK Channel executive Mohinderjeet Singh. Raina spoke about the party on 24th June going to be attended by Mehbooba Mufti. He also slammed Pakistan and held it responsible for the dead Indians.

Q. Sir what would you say about Pakistan?

Pakistan is the reason for bloodshed in Jammu and Kashmir over the last 40 years. It has always wanted J&K to be a graveyard. I wonder why some Leaders mourn over terrorists’ deaths rather than raising voices for our innocent people. Terrorism has killed so many people of J&K and other parts of India.

Those leaders who support Pakistan in such things are the enemies of J&K’s public.

Q. This time will article 370 be back or POK will be back?

Pakistan occupied Kashmir (POK) will be back. We will take it back. Pakistan has illegally occupied some parts if Kashmir be it Muzaffarabad, Neelam valley or the rest of the places, we are going to get them back in India.

Talking about article 370, it has become history now. People dreaming of getting it back should take rest. These are dreams that will never get fulfilled.

Q. Many leaders who often speak in favour of Pakistan have been invited to the Party while other leaders haven’t been. Your take?

Registered Political parties have been invited to the party. I’m invited, Professor Bheem Singh and some Former Deputy Chief Ministers of BJP and Congress too. BJP will be the voice of Dogras, the Hindus on that day. BJP has always stood for its public and will continue doing so.

Q. Can Jammu people expect Ravinder Raina’s reply to Mehbooba Mufti in the coming event?

I think almost everyone living in Jammu knows me now. I’m the same person who gave back answers to the leaders supporting Pakistan in assembly meetings held before.

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22 Jun 2021, 5:39 AM (GMT)

Coronavirus Stats

30,002,691 Total Cases
389,661 Death Cases
28,950,726 Recovered Cases

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