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  • JK Police- Vision 2021 launches Mentorship Platform Event

JAMMU: Our boys & girls are highly talented and we just need to mentor them to realize their goals. This was stated by Director General of Police Dr. S.P Vaid at the launch of Mentorship Platform Event organized by J&K Police in collaboration with Vision 2021 under Civic Action Program at Police auditorium here today afternoon. Speaking on the occasion , Director General of Police who was Chief guest of the event said that Jammu and Kashmir Police   has been promoting  various programs aimed at helping youth of the state to harvest their talents & help them rise high on ladder of success & self actualization and added that this event with Vision 2021 team is one of these efforts.

 

Dr. Vaid said that the boys & girls of Jammu and Kashmir are highly talented and we just need to mentor them so as to assist them to achieve and realize their goals. Commanding officer IR 15th BN Ms Anita Sharma and the founder of Vision 2021, Ms Rachna Sharma welcomed the guests and highlighted the aim of the programme.  Mr. Ashwani Jakhar, Ms. Bhawana Agarwal, Mr. Pratha P. Roy Chowdhury, Mr. Mayyur R Girotra, Ms. Sakshi Vij. Mr. Saurav Arora, Ms Deepaka Arora and Mr. Shayamal Vallabhjee gave lectures aimed at motivating the youth to work hard and with perseverance

 

Mentor Panel Discussion and open question answer session besides Mentee exercise for students was also held at the event. Spl. DG Shri V.K Singh, DG/Commandant General SDRF/HG/Civil defence, Shri Dilbag Singh, IGP Personnel, Shri J.P Singh, IGP Headquarter, Shri Surinder Gupta, IGP Armed/IR, Jammu, Shri Shafkat Ali Watali, DIG IR Jammu, Shri Vijay Kumar, senior police officers and students of various schools attended the event.

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SRINAGAR: General Public is requested to abide by traffic rules and norms and co-operate with the Traffic Police on duty in better management of City Traffic.  Unfortunately, yesterday at around 2:30 PM one person driving vehicle No. JK04D-1930 took a wrong turn near Regal Chowk. Traffic police officer / officials present on the spot stopped the car for taking wrong turn and during checking of the documents of the driver found driver driving vehicle without possessing a valid driving license.

 

The violator raised hue and cry and created scene for almost ten minutes thereby restrained traffic police officers / officials in performing their legitimate duties. The violator tried to prove them wrong and provocate traffic officer / officials on duty by one or other means. However, the traffic officer / officials on spot maintained utmost composure and uprightness in discharging their duties. The traffic officer / officials on spot dealted with the violator without losing their cool and performed their duties with dedication. These kind of acts will only create hindrance in traffic movement.

 

SSP Traffic Police City Srinagar Shri Tahir Saleem Kahn has requested the general public to cooperate with the traffic police on road for better traffic management and also carry Registration Certificate, valid driving license, valid Insurance document, valid pollution check certificate, fitness certificate, Route Permit (in case of passenger vehicle) while driving a vehicle.

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RAJOURI: The Rajouri based Non Government Organization (NGO) headed by young journalist and activist Chowdhary Rabiya Shafiq Friday held a candlelight march in solidarity with 8-year-old girls Zainab and Asifa who were recently kidnapped and murdered in Kasur Pakistan and Kathua Jammu respectively. The march which started from Jama Masjid ended at Gujjar Mandi Rajouri and witnessed a large participation of youth. 

A large number of people including women, children and youth attended the demonstration amid  sloganeering like ‘we stand with you' and displayed banners expressing solidarity with the victims. They demanded punishment for the perpetrators of the heinous crimes. Speaking on the occasion, Chowdhary Rabiya Shafiq said the candlelight march was aimed to draw attention to violence against women all over the world, adding, the modesty of women should be respected in all ways no matter which place. “It is not an agitation but a peaceful candlelight march through it we appeal first lady Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir Mehbooba Mufti to intervene and ensure that killers of Asifa are handed down the death sentence,” Rabiya added.

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