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With the Opening of Wine Shops, Long Lines were Seen Outside the Shops

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As per the roster issued by the DC Jammu, Wine shops today opened in Jammu, and long lines were seen outside the shops. People have gathered outside the shops since early morning.

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While talking to the media, a person said, “it’s been 3-4 months I’ve not drunk. There was a black market of wine in the lockdown, but I couldn’t afford it as the sellers were selling the bottles at the double the price. Today I’ll buy it at its original price. Though it’s harmful to the body, I’m addicted to it, and it becomes tough to survive without the wine.”

Many people also opposed the administration’s decision as they said that when the wine shops were closed, they could save money, but now the shops have opened, they are unable to control their addiction.

Police officers were seen outside the shops ensuring proper covid SOPs. In the line, there will be many people who during the lockdown criticized the UT government and Central government for not providing ration to them but now they have enough money to buy the wine bottles. Many people were hiding their faces in front of the camera while many people were waving at the camera.

Amish Mahajan
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Jammu: Major Accident Reported at Gangyal

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Today morning around 3 am, a high-speed tipper lorry met with a major accident in the Gangyal area. The tipper was passing from the Gangyal area at high speed, due to which the tipper collided with a road divider and turned turtle. The debris of the road divider is scattered on the road. The driver is critically injured and has been shifted to a nearby hospital.

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The lorry was loaded with gravel, and the loaded stone came out on the road. A police party reached the spot and started a probe into the accident.

 

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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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‘Strict action against people hurting religious sentiments’: Sukhnandan Choudhary on viral video

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Former BJP Minister Sukhnandan Choudhary had an exclusive interview with JK Media executive Ashish Kohli. After a video against Hindu religion went viral on social media, Choudhary condemned the act and said that investigation should be held against such people.

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Q. Sukhnandan Ji, how did you feel after watching the video? Also, how hurt do you feel listening something against your religion?

The video got viral 2-3 days back. First I didn’t watch it but then our BDC Chairman showed it to me. Honestly, I felt hurt. I got to know this person is from Kashmir. See Hindu religion does have different castes but be it Rajput, Brahmin or any other, everyone walks together. I grew up in Madd constituency and every Muslim resident lived like he was our close one.

Every person I’ve ever known in our constituency picked Tiranga with me. I never thought such incidents would happen. Many Panches, Sarpanches and BDC members came to me and told about blocking National Highway the next day but I left it on the Administration. I told if Administration takes this lightly, we’ll handle it our way. Then we organised a Press Conference.

Q. What do you think should be done with such people who try to create differences between 2 religions?

I am no Advocate to talk about any punishment for anyone. But yes we are Dogras. Moreover, we are Hindus and this video did hurt our sentiments. I feel Police should arrest such people and carry out an investigation against them.

Q. We’ve seen these days it’s become easy to defame Hindu religion and Hindu Gods. Be it movies, serials, Shaheen Bagh or Farmers protest, many people raise slogans against Hindu religion. Why?

Hindu religion is the oldest religion. All religions like Sikhism and Islam came after it. We consider them as our brothers and that’s why we ignore such talks. But whatever was said in this video wasn’t bearable. 2-3 more such people and the situations will become worse.

Q. In this video RSS has been targeted particularly. Your take on that?

It isn’t any particular party or caste. It’s against Hindu religion which includes all parties and every single person of Rajouts, Brahmins, Scheduled caste, etc. Government should take strict measures against such people.

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22 Jun 2021, 5:09 AM (GMT)

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