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JAMMU: Director General of Police, Dr. S.P Vaid has sanctioned special reward and meritorious scholarship of Rs 5,77,000/- in favour of 141 wards of serving police personnel, who have secured above seventy five per cent marks in the annual examination of class 8th during the academic session 2016-17. The scholarship has been sanctioned out of Central Police Welfare Fund. The contributory fund has been created to encourage and boost the talented school going children of police personnel. Those who have been granted reward include 72 girl students. Sixty one wards who have secured above 90 percent in the annual examination during the academic session 2016-17 were provided Rs.3000/- each. Twenty two wards were provided Rs.10000/- each for clearing examination conducted by UPSC/PSC/BOPEE/Central Board.

 

 

They include Suhail Qasim Mir S/o HC Mohammad Qasim who qualified IAS, Tabassum Hassan D/o HC Gh. Hassan Lone, Shahiesta Malik D/o HC Mohammad Amin, Shafkat Ulla S/o HC Mohd. Sadiq, Aabid Nazir S/o HC Nazir Ahmad, Sonali Kotwal D/o HC Karan Singh, Alka Kumari D/o Ct. Hans Raj, Iram Jan D/o HC Jan Mohammad Altaf for qualifying MBBS, Arshi Sharma D/o Krishan Chand who qualified B.VSc., Pankaj Sharma S/o Inspr.(S) Ashok Kumar, Rahul Chadgal S/o HC Sat Paul, Tajamul Islam S/o SGCt. Mohd. Ashraf, Aarif Manzoor S/o HC Manzoor Ahmad, Yasir Bilal Sheikh S/o ASI Bilal Ahmad, Dheeraj Anthal S/o ASI(M) Kulbir Chand, Gunjyot Singh S/o SI(M) Varinder Singh, Akhil Sharma S/o HC Jagdish Raj, Faisal Ullah Khan S/o Inspr. (S) Nassar Ullah Khan for qualifying B.Tech, Najam-us-Saqib S/o Ct. Jalal-ud-Din for qualifying BDS, Ishrat Shafi D/o SI Mohammad Shafi for qualifying B.F.Sc and Kifayat Ali S/o SI Ghulam Mohammad Peer for getting selected for post of Lecturer.

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JAMMU: National Conference on Thursday described the reported decision to regularize nearly 60,000 daily rated workers as belated but welcome move and sought regularization of remaining casual, seasonal and daily wagers, Home Guards, SPOs besides contractual lecturers and demonstrators of higher and technical education departments in Jammu and Kashmir. In a joint statement, Provincial Presidents of the Jammu and Kashmir Provinces, Mr Devender Singh Rana and Mr Nasir Aslam Wani sought the regularization of Home Guards and SPOs as Constables in Jammu and Kashmir Police given their contribution in exigencies and maintaining law and order. They said many SPOs have sacrificed their lives during the call of their duties and their contribution cannot be undermined.

 

They urged the government to ensure the implementation of report of a high level official penal with regard to regularization of 60,000 daily rated workers soon and in a time-bound manner. “Any further delay in regularization will be unjust”, they maintained. “Sooner the government does consider the regularization of the left over categories better it would be for thousands of families across the state, who are faced with numerous hardships during these hard days”, the statement said, adding that these categories have been struggling in support of their demands for a long.

 

 

Mr Rana and Mr Wani leaders expressed solidarity with temporary workers and contractual employees and assured that the National Conference will continue to support their just cause, like in the past. They recalled the continuous support lend by National Conference to the agitating workers from time to time and hoped that the legitimate demands of the remaining categories would be fulfilled soon. 

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JAMMU: National Conference Provincial President Mr Devender Singh Rana on Thursday decried the National Green Tribunal (NGT) directive on declaring route to Shri Amarnathji Cave Shrine on Kashmir Himalyas as ‘silent zone’, describing it infringement of religious rights. “We respect judicial processes and have regard for NGT but expect as well that there should be no interference in the matters of faith”, Mr Rana said at an impromptu press conference at Sher-e-Kashmir Bhavan here this afternoon.

 

Mr Rana said the sentiments of a section of society have been hurt by this unjust directive which comes weeks after the NGT directive on reducing the number of pilgrims to Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine. “We fail to reconcile with one after another directive in recent weeks on the two important pilgrimages of Jammu and Kashmir”, he said and made a strong plea to Governor Mr N N Vohra, who is also Chairperson of Shri Amarnathji Shrine Board and Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board to take up the issue with the NGT for corrective measures. He said the sensitive religious matters should be left to bodies concerned and every effort must be made to ensure freedom of practicing religion.

The Provincial President described the pilgrimages to Shri Amarnathji and Shri Mata Vaishno Deviji in Jammu and Kashmir highly sensitive and sacrosanct for the vast mass of Hindus across the country and hoped that NGT will reconsider and rescind its decision. “Let the Shrine Boards ensure ecology of yatra related areas”, he suggested.

To a question about BJP’s silence over this important issue,  Mr Rana said though the answer lies with the party, which is ruling the Centre and partnering the government in the state, yet the ‘silence’ is intriguing. He said the directive of not chanting ‘Bum Bum Bole’ on the route to Shri Amarnathji Shrine has not gone well with the devout. Ironically, he replied to the repeated queries over the issue, “The party which raised its political edifice in Jammu on ‘Bum Bum Bole’ slogan in 2008, is now maintaining silence over the NGT directive”.

He replied in affirmative to a reporter’s question that BJP’s silence over the declaration of Shri Amarnathji Shrine as ‘silent zone’ is its compulsion to remain glued to power. Mr Rana also took the BJP head on for ignoring the NGT directive on reducing the number of pilgrimage to Shri Mata Vaishno Deviji Shrine on Trikuta Hills despite being in the government. He asked the BJP to come clear and take a position on NGT directives.

 

He said in a secular country like India, an atmosphere is needed to be created wherein all the religions flourish in harmony. “There has to be inter-religious harmony and every organization should desist from infringing upon the matters of faith”, he added. Prominent among those present in the press conference included State Vice President Thakur Kashmira Singh, senior leader Mr T S Wazir, Provincial Secretary Sheikh Bashir Ahmed, Provincial Vice Presidents Mr Jugal Mahajan, Mr Gurdeep Singh Sasan, Choudhry Haroon and Mr Anil Dhar, Co-Chairman OBC Cell Mr Abdul Gani Teli, District President Mr Dharamveer Singh Jamwal besides Mr S S Bunty, Mrs Dilshad Malik, Ch Riyaz Haqla, Mr G H Malik, Mr Rohit Bali, Mr Som Raj Taroch and others.

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