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Police arrests 3 drug peddlers, seizes 19 grams of heroin

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District police Samba under the direction and supervision of SSP Samba, Dr. Abhishek Mahajan, arrested three drug peddlers in two separate incidents in the jurisdiction of Police Station (PS) Vijaypur and recovered about 19 grams of Heroin (Chitta) like substance from their possession.

In first instance, a police party of PS Vijaypur, while performing vehicle checking duty at naka NHW AIIMS, Vijaypur, signalled a car bearing Registration Number, JK21F-5106 to stop which was coming from AIIMS construction site, Rakh Barotian and was moving towards Vijaypur town.

On seeing the police party, the driver accelerated the speed of the vehicle and tried to flee away but was successfully intercepted on the spot by the Naka party. During frisking of the driver and his associate sitting in the car, approximately 13 grams of Heroin (Chitta) like substance was recovered from their possession which was wrapped in Polythene bags.

The accused persons have been identified as: Yogeswer Singh alias Jaibu son of Yashpaul Singh of Mandi Garh, Gurha Slathian and Shivraj Singh alias Raju Militant son of Ashar Singh of Mandi Andhrar, Gurha Slathian.

Both the accused have been arrested on the spot and contraband item as well as the vehicle was also seized. In this regard, a case FIR No. 203/2021 U/S 8/21/22/29 NDPS Act Act has been registered at PS Vijaypur and investigation started.

Both accused persons are history sheeters and the accused namely Yogeshwer Singh alias Jaibu is involved in four criminal cases including two cases of NDPS Act registered at PS Vijaypur and was also detained earlier under Section 3 of the Prevention of Illicit Trafficking in Narcotic Drugs & Psychotropic Substances Act in the year 2020 whereas the second accused namely Shivraj Singh alias Raju Militant is involved in seven criminal cases including four cases under NDPS Acts registered at PS Vijaypur.

In another incident, a police party of PS Vijaypur while performing vehicle checking duty during random check point near Little Angel School, NHW Vijaypur, intercepted one person who was moving under suspicious circumstances and didn’t reveal his identity and gave un-satisfactory answers upon questioning by the police party.

During his frisking, six grams of heroin (Chitta) like substance was recovered from his possession. The accused was identified as Mohd Younis, son of Noor Alam of Rakh Barotian, Vijaypur and was arrested on the spot. The contraband item was seized and a case FIR No 204/2021 U/S 8/21/22 NDPS Act has been registered at PS Vijaypur and investigation started.


Some politicians of Kashmir try to divide people, destroy Jammu: BJP leader Rana

Some politicians of Kashmir frequently visit Jammu to try to divide people, but they will not be allowed to succeed, senior BJP leader Devender Singh Rana said on Friday.

Batting strongly for an elected government in Jammu and Kashmir, he also said that bureaucratic governance could not replace a political government.

Rana, who left the National Conference and joined the BJP last year, said, ”Those politicians who come here (Jammu) from Kashmir and try to divide people in Jammu will not succeed in destroying Jammu in the way they destroyed Kashmir.” The people of Jammu live in peace and will continue to live in communal harmony and brotherhood, the former legislator asserted at a function here.

”But we want the voice of Jammu to be strengthened, and Jammu should get its rights. So we will continue to fight for our rights. There will be no compromise,” he said.

In 2019, Jammu and Kashmir were reorganised into a Union Territory, and its administration is led by a lieutenant governor (L-G). However, bureaucratic governance is no replacement for a political government, Rana said.

”Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha is a veteran politician. He has been MP six times and has also been a minister. So he has a lot of experience in governance. The administration is being run in a good way,” he said.

”The bureaucracy in Jammu and Kashmir is efficient. They are hard-working people. We are proud of the bureaucracy and police in Jammu and Kashmir,” Rana said.

Speaking on the need for an elected government, he said people have an easy reach to elected representatives and are responsible for the people.

”They (elected representatives) are the bridge,” the BJP leader said.
Rana said that leaders of different political parties should play their roles and become bridges between the people and the administration to resolve problems.

”They should listen to the voice of the people. Then, they should take up issues raised by the people with the government and find their resolution,” he said.

Rana said that unemployment is the biggest issue of Jammu and Kashmir.
”We want opportunities of jobs and employment,” he said.

Replying to a question about the prospects of the BJP in Uttar Pradesh in forthcoming assembly elections there, Rana said that the BJP would win over 300 seats and be in the majority.

”There is peace and normalcy in Uttar Pradesh, as seen during the rule of the BJP. The era of development has started in the state”, he said.

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Jammu Airport Runway now 8000 Feet Long, Indigo Aircraft Takes First Take-off

The runway of the Jammu airport, which has been waiting for an extension for a long time, has become eight thousand feet. After completion of the runway expansion work, IndiGo’s flight took off from Jammu airport and this aircraft was saluted with water cannon on the newly built runway. Earlier, the runway of Jammu airport was 6700 feet long, which is the takeoff of incoming aircraft here. And it was too short for landing. Due to the short runway, the aircraft coming here used to carry less weight than their capacity, and they also had to apply emergency brakes to stop.

The expansion of the runway of the Jammu airport was completed by the Airport Authority in collaboration with the Air Force and MES, while Director Airport Jammu Sanjeev Kumar Garg, Air Commander GS Bullar and other officials were also present on the occasion of the inauguration of the new runway. Indigo aircraft 6E-137 took off from the new runway after duly worshipping. In addition to the new runway, a 2,800-metre-long boundary ball has also been constructed at the airport, and a turn pad is also being built to divert the Airbus 321 after landing.

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On the other hand, Director Airport Jammu Sanjeev Kumar Garg thanked the construction agencies and related departments for completing the runway expansion work of the airport. He said that the new terminal at Belicharana would provide more facilities to the commuters coming here.

A decade ago, the length of the runway of the Jammu airport was 5879 feet, i.e. 1780 meters, whereas any national-level airport should have at least 7500 feet (about 2300 meters). The Airport Authority of India has also raised questions on the short runway of the Jammu airport several times and has sought help from the administration for its expansion. In the first phase, its length was increased to 6700 feet, while now it has been increased to eight thousand feet. The army land adjoining the airport became the first hurdle for the runway extension. But, later, the administration gave the army land in the Sujwan area instead, while later, the animal husbandry department’s land was also acquired in Belicharana, where the terminal was built.

Amish Mahajan

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ADGP Jammu adhere new rank to newly promoted SP

Addl. Director-General of Police, Jammu Zone, Jammu, Shri. Mukesh Singh – IPS decorated newly promoted Superintendent of Police Sh. Jagdev Singh by pining new rank on his promotion in a simple function held ZPHQ Jammu this morning.
Shri. Mukesh Singh congratulated the officers for his elevation and stressed the officer to work with zeal and zest in future also.
The Sh. Chandan Kohli -IPS, SSP Jammu was present on the occasion.
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