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SRINAGAR: Kulgam police and Army has evacuated 27 families from Waltengo Nard.In view of the avalanche warning, Kulgam Police and Army has evacuated 27 families consisting of 58 souls from Waltengo Nard and shifted them to GHS Nowbugh. The civil administration have made adequate ration, heating and other arrangements for these families.

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GANDERBAL/KULLAN: Another spell of snowfall started in Sonamarg and other hilly areas of the Central Kashmir Ganderbal district. Reports reaching here (JK MONITOR) from Sonamarg, Kullan and Fraw indicate that heavy snowfall has started since Saturday morning, there was some improvement in weather condition yesterday on Friday, as Gagengir, fraw,Kullan and sonamarg receive  another spell of heavy snowfall, heavy snowfall is also recorded from Baltal, Zojila pass that connects the valley with Ladakh region of the state, with snow continuing more snow is expected in coming days. As higher reaches of state has also received heavy snowfall, intense cold has gripped entire state.

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  • Div Com urges all DCs to remain vigilant on curbing of H1N1

 

SRINAGAR: Divisional Commissioner Kashmir, Rohit Kansal has convened a high level officers meeting here today to review the arrangements for curbing H1N1 disease, preparation for conducting 10th and 12th class examinations and construction of protection bunds on the banks of flood affected rivers in the Valley. The meeting was attended by all Deputy Commissioners of Valley, Chief Engineer Irrigation & Flood Control Kashmir, Director Health Services Kashmir, Director Education Kashmir and other officers.

 

While, review of Swine Flu disease treatment, the Director Health Services informed the Divisional Commissioner that the H1N1 is under control and no death case has happened for last two days in the valley. On this occasion, the Divisional Commissioner directed all Deputy Commissioners to keep vigil on the said disease. It was informed in the meeting that all the adequate arrangements were put in place for conducting examination of 10th and 12th classes in transparent manner.

 

Reviewing of functioning of  Flood Control department, the Div Com was informed that construction work on bunds of rivers are in progress and Rs. 32 crore are being spend on them, out of which Rs. 22 crores have been utilized on the construction of these bunds. The Div Com reiterated upon the authorities to ensure complete demolition of encroachments on the river banks. Mr. Rohit Kansal directed the Deputy Commissioners to ensure supply of free rations among the targeted ration holders besides, ensure distribution of timber among the flood victims.  He further directed the concerned officers to furnish the bank account of flood victims to the concerned authorities at an earliest.