Secretary to the Government, Cooperatives Department Yasha Mudgal accompanied by Registrar Cooperative Societies J&K, Shafqat Iqbal and other senior functionaries of the department today paid visit to Ashijipora area of Anantnag district where she took onspot assessment of the property of the erstwhile Jammu and Kashmir Cooperative Supply and Marketing Federation Limited (JAKFED).
Secretary also took a detailed review of various aspects associated with erstwhile JAKFED during which she was briefed by the Registrar about it’s current status.
Meanwhile, Yasha Mudgal also undertook inspection of Super Bazar Anantnag and got a first hand appraisal of several activities associated with it. She was apprised that about 50 functional Cooperative societies under different nomenclatures are registered that are providing a range of products . The Secretary applauded the concerned stakeholders over the performance. The Secretary directed them to make the store accessible to the general public, to keep the store open as per the market timings and ensure that quality products are supplied through it. She also directed to formulate a proper roaster in view of COVID-19 pandemic.
Later, the Secretary chaired a meeting with the concerned officers at Dak Bungalow Khanabal Anantnag wherein a comprehensive discussion on various related matters was held.
After taking a thorough review, the Secretary emphasized for reviving and redefining the role of Cooperatives towards the socio-economic welfare of the society. She said that need of the hour is to strengthen Cooperative societies adding that several livelihood opportunities can be explored if various Stakeholders are taken on board. She also added that Cooperative movement offers opportunities to our educated youth who can perform productively in newer gainful commercial areas.
Yasha Mudgal also emphasized to focus on the fields of diary, poultry and other potential areas and put in every effort in making a viable and vibrant Cooperative movement in the district.
SSP Anantnag, ADC, Deputy Registrar Cooperatives, General Manager Super Bazar Anantnag among other concerned functionaries were also present.
J&K Police inspector shot dead
A police inspector was shot dead by terrorists in Nowgam area on the outskirts of Srinagar on Tuesday evening, reports said.
Report said that terrorists fired upon Pervaiz Ahmad Dar while he was returning home in Kanipora area after offering Maghrib (evening) prayers.
Dar, they said, was critically injured in the attack, following which he was shifted to SMHS hospital in the city where doctors declared him dead on arrival.
Dar was posted at Parimpora police station, said the sources, adding that he worked in the Criminal Investigation Department (CID).
“Investigations have been started in the matter,” said a police official while confirming Dar’s killing.
Govt orders promotions of officials in J&K
The Departmental Promotion Committee meeting of Handicrafts and Handloom, Department Kashmir was held today under the Chairmanship of Director Handicrafts & Handloom wherein the promotion of 79 officials of Ministerial/ executive and technical cadre of the Department were cleared for promotion to the next higher level/ grade.
Apart from clearance of promotions, several issues which were pending disposal since the last so many years were also addressed during the meeting and cleared/ confirmed by the committee thus resolving the long pending grievances of certain sections of employees of the department.
Post merger of Handicrafts & Handloom Department into a single entity, this was the first Departmental Promotion Committee Meet and was held after a gap of more than 2 years.
Hailing the development, the employees appreciated the efforts of the Director Handicrafts & Handloom, Kashmir for holding the meet in a swift manner.
Congratulating the promotees, the Director advised them to work with zeal and zest for the betterment and welfare of the artisan community.
The whole exercise was conducted in view of the instructions given by the CS for conducting the DPC meets expeditiously and on the regular intervals
7th standard student dies by committed suicide in J&K
A 17-year-old boy has allegedly committed suicide by hanging himself to death in Srinagar on Tuesday afternoon.
Official sources said that a class 7th student has hanged himself to death at his residence in Rahim bagh area of Mehjoor Nagar Srinagar.
They said that he was rushed to SMHS Hospital where doctors declared him brought dead on arrival.
Meanwhile, local police has taken cognizance of the matter and started investigation.
- Jammu: Major Accident Reported at Gangyal June 22, 2021
- J&K Police inspector shot dead June 22, 2021
- Secretary Cooperatives directs for expediting liquidation of JAKFED June 22, 2021
- ‘Strict action against people hurting religious sentiments’: Sukhnandan Choudhary on viral video June 22, 2021
- This time we will take Pakistan occupied Kashmir (POK) back, Ravinder Raina June 22, 2021
Jammu3 months ago
Transfer and posting of J-K Police Inspectors
COVID 192 months ago
New Covid-19 guidelines for Jammu University
Business1 week ago
Now, get a driving licence without taking a test at the RTO
Jammu2 months ago
Weekend lockdown in Jammu from tomorrow: Details Inside
Sports2 months ago
IPL 2021: Smith, Warner, Maxwell and other Australians can face 5 yr jail, here’s why
Jammu2 months ago
E-auction of Liquor Shops in J&K: Check Full list
Kashmir2 months ago
Rs. 92,000 fine imposed on a bakery
Kashmir4 weeks ago
Unlock: Big Update regarding opening of shops and business establishments