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JAMMU: Minister of State for Education, Tourism, R&B, Information and Technical Education Shakti Raj Parihar today visited Government Medical College, Jammu to enquire about the health of those injured in the accident at Malhori. The Minister interacted with critically injured patients and directed the Hospital management to provide every all possible medical facilities and best -possible treatment to the injured in the accident for their speedy recovery. He also provided immediate financial assistance of Rs.20,000 to the injured. Meanwhile, he also asked the hospital administration to ensure that the patients admitted in the Hospital are provided with requisite medical facilities so that they do not face any inconvenience during the treatment.

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BHADERWAH: District Development Commissioner, Bhawani Rakwal today held a meeting to discuss the modalities for holding a Multi speciality Medical Camp under Sadhbhavna at Sub district hospital Bhaderwah to be organised by 4 RR on the behest of Dr Jitendra Singh, Minister of State for Development of North Eastern Region and Prime Minister’s Office. The Meeting was attend by Brig. Rohit Nautiyal, D. D Panday C.O 4RR, Principal Degree college , Dy Director Health services Jammu , CMO , ASP Bhaderwah, Tehsildar Bhaderwah besides other officers of tehsil administration.

During the meeting, discussions were held regarding preparation of the camp and directions were issued to all the officers to work in coordination with the army and make the camp successful. D. D Panday, C. O 4 RR gave a brief presentation regarding the Multi speciality medical camp and said that the programme is being organised  at SDH Bhaderwah on 09 & 10th of June where in a large number of patients are expected to be given free consultation and treatment.

DDC directed the officers of Bhaderwah administration to make the people  aware about the camp for their participation in large numbers and avail benefits of expert advice, opinions and treatment from specialist doctors visiting Bhaderwah during the camp. He directed EO Municipality to clean the venue and install dustbins at suitable places besides asked to arrange the sufficient number of chairs for people visiting the camp. ASP Bhaderwah was directed for deployment of adequate security particularly around the hospital and whole town in general. BMO was directed to provide full cooperation to the organising authorities for making the event successful.

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SRINAGAR: On a complaint from the people of Dalal Mohalla Nowab Bazar Police Station Maharaj Gunj with the assistance of Drugs and Food Control Organisation Kashmir seized a ton of stale pickle from a pickle manufacturing unit in Dalal Mohalla. The unit is housed in a residential house and the owner had been manufacturing the pickle and would distribute it to the whole Srinagar city.

Apparently as per the experts of Drugs and Food Control Organisation the inmates of the house had been manufacturing the pickle using some toxic chemical substance resembling a white powder. The substance makes the vegetables to pickle within 24 hours. Around a ton of such toxic pickle was seized by the organisation and some samples were kept for chemical analysis. Cognizance under Food Safety and Standards Act has been taken in the matter by the Drugs and Food Control organisation.  People of the area appreciated the action of Police. Meanwhile people are requested not to buy unpackaged and unlabelled pickle which may be detrimental to their health.