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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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We Want Jobs Not Loan: Protesting Dental Surgeons

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Last week J&K LG Manoj Sinha announced that the government would provide financial assistance to dental surgeons. “Govt to provide financial aid to dental surgeons to start their clinic. In the first phase, 400 dental surgeons and 800 paramedics will be selected for a specially tailored self-employment scheme”, the statement of LG reads.

The protesting dental surgeons have not agreed to accept financial assistance from the government and have continued their protest to demand government jobs. The protestors said that if the government doesn’t have funds for us, the government should shut down the dental college as they increase unemployment.

While talking to JK Media, a surgeon said, “it’s unfortunate why the LG is not listening to us. We have staged a peaceful protest so that our demands could reach the LG. The LG has announced financial assistance for us, but we don’t accept his decision as if we need a loan, we have applied for it at any bank. We are not demanding something illegal. All we want is that the government should conduct an exam, and if we fail in the exam, then we can’t blame the government”.

“If the government is giving jobs to all other branches, then why not to our fraternity? The government is releasing one statement only that there are no funds for us, but they are releasing funds for other branches, then there must be some corruption in government that’s why they are not releasing funds for us. The government is also saying that the medical department is getting privatized, then the government should shut down the government colleges and also privatize the MBBS surgeons”, a female surgeon said.

Amish Mahajan
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JK Media

 

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Uncontrolled Car Hits Several Other Parked Vehicles at Pir Mitha, Shopkeepers Sets an Example

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The shopkeepers of Pir Mitha have set an example for everyone with their gesture. In a CCTV Footage accessed by JK Media, a black-coloured car was seen hitting the other parked vehicles. When someone hits their car with ours, we usually get engaged in a fight, but the shopkeepers of Pir Mitha, instead of getting involved in a row, brought the car driver and his family inside their shop and offered them water.

While talking to the media, a shopkeeper said, “in the morning, within a few minutes of opening the shop, we heard a noise, and when we came out, we saw that the car hit an auto-rickshaw and other parked vehicles. As the car stopped, we rushed towards the car. Inside the car, there was a female and child, and they were going to get their son treatment as his one eye got burnt. Then we brought the family to our shop, made them sit and offered water as they panicked out”.

“We are happy that there was no loss of life. The damaged cars could be repaired, but if someone would have died, then we couldn’t have brought him back. We want to request that everyone shouldn’t get engaged in a fight with people if a similar incident happens with them; instead, they should lend a helping hand”, another shopkeeper said.

Amish Mahajan
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JK Media

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One dead, Two injured in road accident

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A local ailing elderly woman died while her son and daughter-in-law were injured after the ambulance they were on board skidded off the road and fell into Chakwah stream near Batote on Kishtwar-Batote highway in Jammu’s Doda district on Saturday, officials said.

As per a police spokesperson, the accident took place at about 1645 hrs this afternoon at chakwa nullah near Batote when the ambulence bearing registration number JK06/ 8241 on way from GMC Doda to SKIMS Srinagar skidded off the road and plunged into the deep nullah.

While confirming the incident, SHO Batote, Ranjeet Singh told Greater Kashmir that soon after receiving the information, a rescue operation was launched but the ill woman, Haseena Begum, 73, wife of Late Bhadar Malik, a resident of Tantna in tehsil Gondan of Doda district, had died on the spot.

Two of her attendents-her son Mohammad Amin Malik, 35 and his wife Farida Begum, 32- received injuries in the accident, Singh said.

The couple has been shifted to CHC Batote for treatment, he added.

Reports said that the driver of the ambulance, who received minor injuries in the accident, escaped from the spot while police has taken cognizance of the incident.

 

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