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Terrorism will not end by killing a terrorist, it is necessary to eliminate the ecosystem associated with it: LG Sinha

Lt Governor Manoj Sinha said that killing a terrorist will not end terrorism. To root out terrorism, it is necessary to eliminate the ecosystem associated with terrorism. Work is being done on the strategy to root out terrorism from Jammu and Kashmir. Efforts are being made to make state terrorism free soon.

On the political roadmap of Kashmir, he said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah have already said that after delimitation, assembly elections will be held in Jammu and Kashmir, and then statehood will be restored. However, only the Parliament of the country can do this work.

In an interview, the Lieutenant Governor said that those having any relationship with terrorism would not be given the benefit of government facilities. Under Article 311 2(c) of the country’s Constitution, anyone can be dismissed from government service without assigning any reason in the circumstances like a threat to the state, promoting terrorism. A committee is working on such matters in Jammu and Kashmir. Such guilty people cannot get government help other than government jobs.

On the suggestion of NC President Dr Farooq Abdullah and PDP President Mehbooba Mufti to talk to Pakistan for stability in Kashmir, said that the policy of the Government of India is clear that we will take the citizens of Jammu and Kashmir into confidence and talk to them only. Therefore, there does not appear to be any scope for talking to third parties.

On the conducive environment for the return of Kashmiri migrants, Sinha said that the Government of India’s work on the construction of 6000 jobs and 6000 houses was not being done at the pace for years. However, in these except 132 posts, all have been filled, and out of these, advertisements have been issued for 80 posts.

About 3500 houses are under construction for the Kashmiri migrants, and the rest are being tendered, in which the houses will be ready in the next one and a half years. Desperate on the pace of development in Jammu and Kashmir, the neighbouring country resorted to targeting killing to spoil the atmosphere in Kashmir. But almost all of the terrorists who carried out such incidents have been killed. For us, the death of an innocent person is equal to a hundred.

Under the Constitution of India, no party is being prevented from doing political activity in Jammu and Kashmir. People came out openly in the recent elections. This year has the highest number of tourists compared to the previous seven years.

In the next two-and-a-half years, with the cooperation of the people, the future of Kashmir will be a fear-free, corruption-free, democratic system and developed Jammu and Kashmir, which will contribute significantly to the making of India. So far, investment proposals worth Rs 31 thousand crores have been received for Jammu and Kashmir. In which 15 thousand crore proposals have been approved.

After the removal of Article 370, the eligible people are now being given reservations in jobs and education under the Constitution of India. Caste has been abolished and entitled to land. Forest Rights Act has been implemented for the tribal community. Sisters have been given the property right. Unprecedented change has taken place in Jammu and Kashmir.

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J&K govt orders transfers, postings in civil administration

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The J&K government on Thursday ordered transfers and postings in the civil administration.

As per an order issued to this effect by the General Administration Department, Syed Yasir Farooq, Assistant Commissioner

Revenue, Anantnag, has been transferred and posted as Deputy Secretary to the Government, Home Department.

Ms Shavi, Deputy District Election Officer, Udhampur is transferred and posted as Deputy Director, Handlooms, Jammu, against an available vacancy while Mohd Idrees, Project Officer, Wage Employment (ACD), Doda, has been transferred and posted as Deputy Director, District Employment and Counselling Centre, Doda, against an available vacancy.

Towfeeq Ahmad Gazi, BDO, Lar, Ganderbal, has been transferred and posted as Sub-Divisional Magistrate, Beerwah, against an available vacancy and shall also hold the additional charge of the post of Sub-Registrar, Beerwah, till further orders.

Sanjeev Sharma, Field Officer in the Directorate of Rural Sanitation, Jammu, has been transferred and posted as Deputy Secretary to the Government, Health and Medical Education Department.

Sunaina Saini, DPO, Udhampur, has been transferred and posted as Deputy Director, Hospitality and Protocol (Stores), relieving Ashima Sher of the additional charge of the post. Peerzada Farhat Ahmad, DSWO, Anantnag, has been transferred and posted as Project Officer, Wage Employment (ACD), Pulwama, against an available vacancy.

Arun Kumar Badyal, BDO, Mughal Maidan, Kishtwar is transferred and posted as Sub-Divisional Magistrate, Gandoh, relieving Mr Mohd. Ashfaq, Assistant Commissioner Panchayat, Doda of the additional charge of the post. He shall also hold the additional charge of the post of Sub-Registrar Gandoh, till further orders.

Syed Nadeem Iqbal Andrabi, BDO, Dadsara, Pulwama is transferred and posted as Deputy Director, Rural Sanitation, Kashmir, against an available vacancy.

Akhil Sadotra, BDO, Marh, has been transferred and posted as Sub-Divisional Magistrate, Akhnoor against an available vacancy. He shall also hold the additional charge of the post of Sub-Registrar, Akhnoor, till further orders.

Mumtaz Ahmad Pir, BDO, Tujjar Sharief, Baramulla has been transferred and posted as Assistant Commissioner Revenue, Baramulla and shall take over the charge of the post on the retirement of Rafiq Ahmad Lone on January 31 this year.

Reyaz Ahmad Shah, BDO, Pulwama, has been transferred and posted as Project Officer, Wage Employment (ACD), Anantnag, vice Nissar Ahmad Malik, who shall report to the General Administration Department for further posting.

Piyush Dhotra, DPO, Kathua, has been transferred and posted as General Manager, JKRTC, Jammu against an available vacancy.

Tariq Ahmad Reshi, BDO Chrar-i-Sharief, Budgam has been transferred and posted as Sub-Registrar Sopore, relieving Parvez Sajad Ganai Additional Deputy Commissioner, Sopore of the additional charge of the post.

Suheel Ahmad Lone, BDO, Pampore has been transferred and posted as Sub-Registrar Pulwama.

Shoaib Noor, BDO, Nowgam, Bandipore, has been transferred and posted as Assistant Commissioner Revenue, Anantnag.

Shakoor Ahmad Dar, BDO Keller (Shopian) has been transferred and posted as Deputy Secretary to the Government, Health and Medical Education Department.

Anshumali Sharma, DPO, Jammu, has been transferred and posted as General Manager, Medical Supplies Corporation, Jammu, against an available vacancy.

Shabir Ahmad Hakak, State Taxes Officer, Circle F, Srinagar, has been transferred and posted as Sub-Registrar, Budgam.

Syed Farooq Ahmad, BDO, Awantipore, has been transferred and posted as Project Officer, Wage Employment (ACD), Srinagar, against an available vacancy.

Bashir Ahmad Padder, State Taxes Officer, Budgam has been transferred and posted as General Manager, JKTDC, Kashmir, against an available vacancy.

Vishal Singh Parihar, Tehsildar, Khour, Jammu has been transferred and posted as Sub-Registrar Vijaypur, relieving Vinay Kumar, JKAS, Sub-Divisional Magistrate, Vijaypur of the additional charge of the post.

Bashir Ahmad Bhat, BDO, Aloosa, Bandipore has been transferred and posted as Project Officer, Wage Employment (ACD), Ganderbal against an available vacancy.

Afroza Bano, BDO, Budgam, has been transferred and posted as Sub-Registrar, Ganderbal.

Maxiumn Gorkie, Assistant Director, Employment, Jammu, has been transferred and posted as Deputy Director, Rural Sanitation, Jammu.

Umesh Shan, AD Tourism, NH Batote, has been transferred and posted as Assistant Commissioner Panchayat, Reasi, against an available vacancy.

Bashir Ul Hassan, BDO, Qazigund, has been transferred and posted as Sub-Registrar, Kulgam.

Phulail Singh, BDO, Bhalla, Doda, has been transferred and posted as Project Officer, Wage Employment (ACD), Doda.

Arshad Ahmad Khan, BDO Noorkhah, has been transferred and posted as Sub-Registrar, Handwara relieving Nazir Ahmad Mir, JKAS, Additional Deputy Commissioner, Handwara of the additional charge of the post.

Vishav Partap Singh, BDO, Bhomag, Reasi, has been transferred and posted as Deputy Secretary to the Government, Tourism Department.

Tanveer Ahmed Tanveer, State Taxes Officer, Kupwara, has been transferred and posted as Sub Registrar, Anantnag.

Ranjeet Singh, Deputy Registrar, Cooperatives, Jammu, has been transferred and posted as Assistant Commissioner Panchayat, Udhampur against an available vacancy.

Akshaya Rajan, Tehsildar Marheen, has been transferred and posted as Deputy Director, Motor Garages, J&K.

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Dr Jitendra hosts lunch for J&K Republic Day Tableau team

Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) Science & Technology; Minister of State (Independent Charge) Earth Sciences; MoS PMO, Personnel, Public Grievances, Pensions, Atomic Energy and Space, Dr Jitendra Singh hosted a lunch for the Jammu & Kashmir Tableau team members who had performed in the Republic Day celebrations at Rajpath in the national capital.
 
The team of artists, along with choreographers and musicians, have also been given an appointment to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday.
 
The members of the team expressed their overwhelming joy at the support and encouragement offered by Dr Jitendra Singh and also the hospitality was given by him. They said, this was the first-of-its-kind experience they had gone through and they were absolutely excited about it.
 
Pertinent to mention that, unlike on several earlier occasions, this was a rare Republic Day function at Rajpath, New Delhi in which the Jammu & Kashmir Tableau was primarily dominated by culture and art of the Jammu region and the face of the Tableau displayed Mata Vaishno Devi Bhawan along with other monumental projects like world’s highest Rail Bridge in Reasi and institutions like AIIMS, IIT and IIM, which have come up in the region during the recent years under the Modi Government. The background music and lyrics were also based on Jammu’s popular folk songs, “Sadha-e-Jammu”, “Sadhi Bakhri Pehchan”.
 
Under Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Dr Jitendra Singh said, in the last nearly eight years, a conscious effort has been made to provide equitable development and equitable attention to every region of Jammu & Kashmir. This has ignited confidence and self-esteem in every section of society and every region, he said.
 
Complimenting the members of the team for their distinguished performance, Dr Jitendra Singh said, he would like the people back home to understand the amount of effort, hard work and focussed preparation for several months, which had been put in for this performance. He also appreciated the perseverance and difficult competitive trial through which the team members had gone through forgetting their Tableau included in the Republic Day programme at the national level.
 
Dr Jitendra Singh said, very few people are aware that entry of any State or UT Tableau in a Republic Day programme at the national level has to go through different stages of competition and trial, and many States and UTs get excluded in the process and lose the opportunity to be included in the Republic Day programme. For this, he also complimented the hard work put in by the officials of the Department of Culture and consistent support rendered to them by the freelance groups engaged by them.
 
Dr Jitendra Singh had a detailed interaction with each of the members of the team individually and said they were the Cultural Ambassadors of the region. He assured each one of them of every possible support for the upgradation of their skill and performance.
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Seven fresh COVID deaths, 4,959 new cases in J&K

Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday recorded a single-day spike of 4959 new COVID-19 cases- 3565 in Kashmir and 1394 in Jammu-even as six new deaths were reported in Kashmir and one in the Jammu division in the last 24 hours.

The case tally has risen to 419731 while the death toll jumped to 4,642-2,377 in Kashmir and 2,265 in Jammu, officials said.

A total of 368432 patients have recovered from the disease so far including the 6264 in the last 24 hours.

Active cases stand at 46,657-11,591 in Jammu and 35,066 in Kashmir.

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28 Jan 2022, 12:30 PM (GMT)

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