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JAMMU: Several delegations of the residents of Batote, Kud, Chenani and Patnitop submitted strong memorandums to Prof. Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party on the havoc being created by the tunnel from Chenani to Ashri Nala (Ramban) on the Highway from Jammu to Srinagar as people have realized that three most important sectors from the tourism point of view shall be the principle victims if Chenani-Ramban Tunnel is built.

The people including sarpanches, village committees and other members of the civil society called on Prof.Bhim Singh and sought his support to save the residents of the area and the future of great tourist resorts of Jammu Pradesh like Sudhmahadev, Patnitop, Batote and other areas which shall completely vanish from the geography of Jammu Pradesh if tunnel is built for the luxury and comfort of a few hundred tourists.

Prof.Bhim Singh in his communication to the press said that Patnitop sector has developed in Jammu Pradesh which can match the tourist resorts like Pahalgam, Gulmarg, Sonamarg and other places of the Valley. He appreciated the concern expressed by the local areas of Kud, Chenani, Batote and Patnitop and assured to fight for the cause of Jammu Pradesh.

 

Prof.Bhim Singh also met members of 13 families of Sugetar village in Chenani tehsil whose land and residential houses collapsed during the unprecedented rain last week. He demanded immediate relief for the families who have lost their houses and land. He said the need to be rehabilitated without delay.

 

Prof.Bhim Singh was caught in the traffic jam caused because of the failure if traffic police between Udhampur and Jammu. On his appeal hundreds of panches and sarpanches who had blocked the highway withdrew their dharna from the highway in Tikri and Manthal. Prof.Bhim Singh said that there is no governance in J&K and open corruption patronized by the BJP-PDP government.

 

Prof.Bhim Singh demanded that Chenani Tunnel project should be abandoned immediately and four lane between Banihal and Udhampur should be made first priority as has been done between Udhampur and Jammu.

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JAMMU: BJP State General Secretary and MLA Kathua, Rajiv Jasrotia has greeted the Workers of state on the eve of International Labour Day. In a message he reiterated the Government’s commitment to establish the dignity of labour, to bring transparency and accountability in the enforcement of Labour Laws and to promote workers’ welfare through good governance initiatives. “I extend my warmest greetings and best wishes to the workers in the country.

Government of India in its endeavors is guided by the mantra of “Shramev Jayate”. Work is a celebration only when both partners – the worker and industry – thoroughly benefit from it. Govt of India is also taking important initiatives to establish the dignity and respect for each and every worker in the country through provision of social security while at the same time enhancing the avenues and quality of employment.“The clarion call of Hon’ble Prime Minister for “Make in India” finds echo in our initiatives to ensure the ease of doing business. We believe that the ease in compliance will create massive avenues of employment for the youth of this country and in turn also promote  “transition to formality” in a big way, he added.Highlighting the initiatives taken by Govt of India, Jasrotia said “Good Governance through effective use of information technology is the underlying idea behind the initiative of Digital India. 

“Reduction of inequality and providing social protection to all is a step forward for inclusive growth. Providing social security to one and all is the priority for the government.  “India is a young country with more than 65% of the population in the working age category. Govt is responding to the vision of Skill India to harness the potential of this unprecedented demographic dividend .Over the last one year there have been major initiatives to promote Demand Responsive Vocational Training and Career Services to enhance employment and employability of our youth and other vulnerable sections of the workforce.

Apprentice Protsahan Yojana(APY) launched on 16th October, 2014 aims to support one lakh apprentices in next two and a half years by sharing  50 % of the stipend with a  vision to have more than 20 lakh apprentices in next few years against present number of 2.9 lakh. Enhanced rates of stipend indexed to minimum wage of semi-skilled worker have been notified for trade apprentices.Govt is modernizing employment Services. National Career Service (NCS) became operational in March, 2015.100 Model Career Centers are to be developed to provide training in Last Mile Employability skills.

Another mile stone was achieved with NCVT-MIS Portal which went  live from December 2014.Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) for construction sector is our unique initiative to bring the informally trained construction workforce in the ambit of skilled labour. Training  of  ITI  instructors through distance learning technology has been initiated to improve the quality and delivery of training in ITIs.  “Industrial peace and harmony can be achieved only when the goals of employment and employability are in tune with the goals of industrial development and growth. It is our vision to have an environment which is conducive for inclusive growth and development of the country.

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JAMMU:  In order to strengthen the relation of Public and police Keshav Chopra District General Secretary BJYM (West) along with Mohalla Welfare committee  and Chowki Officer  Talab Tillo Police post organised Police and Public Meeting at Talab Tillo Police Post. The residents of Lane No-1A, Lane No 1, Lane No 6, Suraj Nagar of Talab Tillo (Ward No. 30) participated in that. Chowki Officer Sumit Sharma urged upon the residents to Co-operate and strengthen the hands of Police. The residents highlighted the issue of Drugs, Chain snatching and other issues like security of the residents.

And also requested the police to increase their routine movement in streets and organise nakkas so that the culprits should be booked. Chowki officer assured them to take action on this and also thanked the residents for giving their valuable suggestions. Dr R.K Gupta, Puneet Gupta, Swami Mahadev Giri, Kanhaiya Sharma, Narinder Khanna, Kapil Kapoor, Pawan Gupta, Dinesh Gupta, Parshotam Gupta, Harbans Verma, Tarsem Gupta, Romesh Gupta, Ram nath Sharma, Sourav Gupta, Manoj Tandan, Abhi Verma Abhishek Gupta and several other prominent were also present.

 

 

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