J&K: Inauguration of housing for female BSF staff

The Border Security Forces (BSF) Jammu Border IG, DK Boora, on Wednesday inaugurated the Mahila Jawan Barracks and other residential infrastructure on the international Indo-Pakistan border. “In continuation of its efforts to provide a comfortable and modern infrastructure at the international border, BSF Jammu frontier IG DK Boora accompanied by DIG Surjit Singh inaugurated the Mahila Jawan barracks, the SO barracks and the kitchen-dining room at the front – border posts in RS. Pura sector of Jammu, ”said a spokesperson for BSF. Boora stated that BSF Jammu is committed to providing a comfortable infrastructure for its staff on the BOPs and that these buildings / structures were constructed on schedule. “This infrastructure was built as part of an Interior Ministry plan to bring all border outposts in accordance with the composite BOP guidelines. This will improve the satisfaction and comfort of BSF troops carrying out arduous and difficult tasks at the border, ”the IG said. DIG Jammu sector Surjit Singh has been instrumental in the rapid completion of this infrastructure to the quality standards prescribed by government guidelines, the spokesperson said.

Complaint filed against fraudsters for offering fake helicopter tickets to pilgrims in Vaishno Devi

Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board General Director Ramesh Kumar reviewed helicopter operations for the shrine on Wednesday. “Some unscrupulous elements are illegally offering helicopter tickets from Katra-Sanjichhat-Katra through their websites / travel portals / travel agencies,” Kumar said. Taking false, frivolous and illegal bookings seriously, Kumar said the issue of pilgrim theft has already been raised with the criminal branch and cyber branch of the J&K police. The CEO said he had not authorized any agent, agency or person to use the name of the sanctuary board to sell or undertake online reservations for services. All online services offered by the shrine council are only through the app www.maavezhnodevi.org and MATA VAISHNO DEVI, he added.

Jammu college renamed Padma Sachdev

The Government PG College for Women in Gandhi Nagar was renamed on Wednesday Padma Shri Padma Sachdev Government PG College for Women, Gandhi Nagar, here in a ceremony organized in collaboration with the district administration. The main guest on the occasion was Ashutosh Sharma and the guest of honor was Chander Mohan Gupta, Mayor of Jammu. Director Professor Sangita Nagari spoke about Padma Sachdev’s accomplishments from childhood until she became a legend through her literary walk.

J&K sees 147 new cases of Covid

J&K recorded 147 new cases of Covid on Wednesday, bringing the number of infections to 3,39,271 while three other deaths brought the death toll to 4,503. Srinagar district recorded the highest of 47 cases followed by 20 in Jammu. There are 1,446 active cases in UT, while recoveries have reached 3,33,322.

J&K will deploy trilingual land booklets

J&K Chief Secretary Arun Kumar Mehta called on the revenue department to roll out trilingual land books as a measure to fill the information gap and promote easy access for people to the revenue record. The one-of-a-kind land booklet will be delivered in Urdu, English and Hindi. As part of the Digital India Land Registry Modernization Program (DILRMP), the Revenue Department scanned large income records and placed them in the public domain under the “Apni Zameen Apni Nigrani” for scrutiny. by the population.

Panchayat delegation submits charter of demands to J&K LG

On Wednesday, a delegation of five members of the Kashmir unit of the All Jammu and Kashmir Panchayat Conference (AJKPC) met Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha at Raj Bhawan and submitted a 19-point charter of demands regarding the panchayati raj institutions. (PRI) in Jammu and Kashmir. Led by UT AJKPC President Anil Sharma, the delegation urged the LG to quickly resolve their issues, including financial empowerment of the panchayats and adequate security for PRI members in vulnerable parts of J&K. . “It is a long-standing demand from elected members of the J&K PRI that, modeled on the MPLAD fund and the MLA constituency development fund, the panchayats may also be empowered with financial powers and that the community development fund. panchayats be constituted with an annual allocation of ??25 lakh for the development of panchayat halqa through gram sabha, ”Sharma told the media after submitting the memorandum.

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