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  • Approves proposals for development of infrastructure

JAMMU: .A meeting of management committee for J&K Police Public schools was chaired by Director General of Police J&K Shri Dilbag Singh  here today. The meeting reviewed the functioning of these Schools established across the state. The meeting was attended by Chairperson Police Wives Welfare Association (PWWA) Dr Rubinder Kaur, ADGP Headquarter Shri A G Mir IGP Armed Jammu Shri Danesh Rana, IGP Headquarter Shri Anand Jain, Smt Shabnam Mir, Smt Asmat Salaria, Smt Sunaina Mehta PWWA members, SSP M S Chohan, SSP PTWS Shri Rajesh Bali,  AI’sG of PHQ Shri Shalinder Singh, Shri Manoj Kumar Pandith, SSP Hqr. Jammu Shri R C Kotwal, XEN PCD Shri Khurshid Ahmad Wani and  other officers.

The DGP reviewed functioning of  Police Public Schools at Jammu, Srinagar, Doda, Rajouri, Anantnag, Baramulla and Kupwara, one by one. He also sought reports regarding the progress in academics and sports of the schools as also issues faced by these institutions. While discussing different issues, the DGP instructed the officers to identify the areas where further improvements are required. He said that various facilities for the students also need to be enhanced to bring improvements in the overall functioning of the schools.

The DGP approved some proposals with regard to infrastructure of these  schools. He gave directions regarding the improvement in the transport facilities. He advised  the officers to identify the schools were computer labs and libraries are required to be established so as to improve educational standards of these schools. DGP directed the officers to explore the possibilities of providing smart classes in these schools so as to use this modern education techniques in best possible way.

He said that rewards for students excelling in sports at national and state level should be considered to boost their morale and talent. He emphasized for extra-curricular activities in the schools for the mental and physical development of students. In the meeting a number of proposals for enhancing the educational standards were discussed many of them were approved. The  members of the committee gave  suggestions for enhancing the quality of education in these schools.

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SRINAGAR: According to reports, Kashmir has witnessed the highest number of the casualties this year. 2018 turned to be the bloodiest year of the decade. The killing continue with around 413 persons killed this including militants, civilians, as well as the security personals. According to the home ministry data, casualties include 223 Militants, 77 civilians, and 80 security personals.  Among the armed forces, 41 were police personals, including the 9 SPO, 31 army personals, and 9 paramilitary forces were killed in the state the report said.

 Of the 223 militants killed 93 were foreigners, while 81 of the militants were killed during last 80 days since local body and panchayat elections were announced in September 15. Apart from having a record number of militants killings since june  19 when the state was placed under the governor rule as compared to the preceding period under PDP-BJP government this year, many top militant commanders  were  accounted for  by the security forces. These include top Lashkar commander  Naveed  Jatt ,jaish sniper  Usmaan Haider and Hizbul mujahideen commander Altaf  Ahmad Dar ‘’ the report said

The number of the civilian casualties has shot up to 77 from 40 in last year 2017. Among those 59 civilians were killed during protests near encounter site while as other 35 civilians killed were suspected as the over ground workers (OWG) or informers of armed forces and political workers were killed by unknown gunmen. Meanwhile the militant related incidents has rose to 429 from 342 last year. The figure reflects increased attacks mounted by militants. Explaining the higher of number of militant related incidents this year a security officer said, there were clear attempt to disrupt the local bodies and panchayat polls in the state.’’ 

The security official requesting anonymity said ‘’the political dispute needs to be solved and figured out   as it leads to war and destruction in the state of jammu and Kashmir and as well as to security forces. The grave human rights violations should be stopped’’.

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SHOPIAN: Four Policemen guarding the minority community were killed when militants attacked on a police post in Zainapora area in south Kashmir’s Shopian district. As per the reports reached to Kashmir News Bureau, "a group of militants opened fire at the police post in Zainapora, resulting in to death of three security guards and injuries to another at Zainapora."

The injured cop was immediately shifted to nearby hospital for treatment, where from he was referred to Srinagar, however he succumbed to injuries raising the death toll to four. Moreover, the militants after carrying out the deadly attack decamped with four service rifles from the policemen.

Meanwhile, a joint team of army and SOG launched a massive hunt to nab the assailants. While as, the slain constables are identified as Mehrajuddin (belt no. 477/ Spn) of Chewa Ajas Bandipora, Hamidullah (belt no. 860/ Spn) of Fatehpora Anantnag, Anees Ahmad Mir (belt no. 480/ Spn) of Souch, Kulgam. The Jaish-e-Mohammad(JeM) militant outfit has claimed the responsibility for the attack. 

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