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One critically injured, road accident in Narwal

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A serious accident happened at Narwal Highway of Jammu on Tuesday where a motorcycle on hitting a Tanker got stuck under it.

The locals and Jammu and Kashmir Police gathered around the spot and the bike rider was safely rescued by them. However, he got critically injured and was admitted in a nearby Hospital.

Another accident occurred at the same Highway where an Alto car crashed into the road diversion. Although, the passengers are safe, the vehicle has been damaged.

As the accident video went viral on social media, netizens trolled the Administration for bad road conditions and Highway management. They said that the Government is equally responsible for the accidents as the drivers.

Muskan Langoo, Content writer, JK Media

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Long Power shutdown in THESE areas of Jammu region

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Chief Engineer, (Distribution) JPDCL, Jammu has informed that the power supply to Reasi, Pouni, Dharmari and some parts of Katra shall remain affected on September 26 from 8 am to 2 pm.

Similarly, the power supply to SICOP Industrial Area, Hatlimorh Kathua shall remain affected on September 26 from 8 am to 10 am.

Likewise, the power supply to Pargwal, Channi Tanna, Rajpura, Bhalwal Bharat, DhalwalMiulu, Hamipurkona, BSF, Batera, Dabbin, Chorpur, Manyal, Dharmkhu, TirthTalab, GREF, Gumpal, Sua No. 1, Garkhal and adjoining areas shall remain affected on September 27 from 9 am to 2 pm.

Similarly, the power supply to Billawar, Mandi, Phinter, Parnalla and adjoining areas of Baggan shall remain affected on September 27 from 9 am to 2 pm.

Meanwhile, Superintending Engineer (Distribution), JPDCL O&M Circle, Kathua has informed that the power supply to Govindsar, Railway Road, SC Mohalla, Chak Ram Singh shall remain affected on September 26, 27, 28, 29 and 30 from 6 am to 12 noon.

Similarly, the power supply to DC Mohalla, Khalki Mandi, Upper Mandi, Shivalik Bal Niketan High School, Jatt Mohalla and Janglote shall remain affected on September 27, 28, 29 and 30 from 6 am to 10 am.

Likewise, the power supply to Chak Luden and Chak Sajjan shall remain affected on September 28 from 6 am to 10 am.

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Wazir Sahab’s Murder Investigation Should be Paced Up: Transporters

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In the ongoing investigation of the murder case of TS Wazir, the Transport Association of Jammu has demanded that the investigation should be paced up and the culprits should be behind bars.

While speaking to JK Media, a Transport Association Leader said, “we all know how Wazir Sahab has come forward for the people of J&K. For the past forty years, Wazir Sahab, without his benefit, has helped the transporters of J&K. No doubt Delhi Crime Branch is investigating the murder, but we want that the investigation should be paced up as people of Gurudwara Committee was having some issues with him and they’re behind his death”.

“Police has arrested Harmeet and is looking for Harpreet but do you think these people can murder someone with such fame? Behind his death, there are people who have significant connections. We request LG Manoj Sinha to look into the matter”.

Amish Mahajan
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JK Media

 

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Action against ”deadwood” govt employees on cards in Jammu

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Jammu Divisional Commissioner Raghav Langer has directed the deputy commissioners to immediately submit a list of “deadwood” employees of the revenue department to facilitate their removal as per the provisions of the civil service regulations.
Jammu and Kashmir administration has started compiling data of “deadwood” employees to be retired at the age of 48 years or those who have completed 22 years in service.

For the process, screening committees have to be constituted at district level for the identification of employees as per the prescribed parameters like judging performance of an employee.
The committee would recommend the names of such deadwood employees to higher authorities for their termination from service.
Chairing a meeting with deputy commissioners of all the 10 districts of the Jammu region through virtual mode on Friday, Langer asked them to convene meetings of the review committees, assess the performance of employees in the light of Article 226(2) of the Civil Service Regulations and send the recommendations so that the process for their termination can be started.

The Article 226(2) deals with compulsory retirement of the officials on completion of 22 years of qualifying service, or on attaining 48 years of age.
The deputy commissioners informed that they are in process of identifying such employees and the committee meetings will be convened shortly, an official spokesman said.
Meanwhile, in another meeting the divisional commissioner directed the deputy commissioners to submit a revised list of martyrs and prominent citizens for renaming of schools, roads and chowks (roundabouts) on their names.
Pertinently, schools, colleges and roads in Jammu and Kashmir will be renamed after prominent citizens, Indian army soldiers, CRPF men and police personnel who laid down their lives in the line of duty, while serving the nation, according to officials.
The deputy commissioners apprised the meeting that the lists have been prepared in their respective districts in consultation with senior superintendents of police, block development councils and district development councils, the spokesman said.
Langer asked the deputy commissioners to send the updated lists after consultation with the Panchayati Raj Institutions with order of priority, he added.

 

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